Exciting opportunity – helping young people flourish in Norfolk
Norfolk Safety CIC and partners are excited to announce that we are about to apply for funding to develop a Young Persons Social Inclusion Centre.
We are working in partnership with Norfolk Constabulary, Norfolk Fire & Rescue Service, a range of mainstream community activity groups, an SEMH School (Social Emotional and Mental Health School) and an Alternative Vocational College.
This innovative Social Inclusion Centre will provide an inspiring community facility with bespoke space for our partners to deliver their Youth engagement activities and employability opportunities. The centre will also provide an inclusive access point for more vulnerable and sometimes excluded young people.
The centre will facilitate bespoke activity spaces for our partners to deliver their youth engagement activities and employability programmes.
The collective ability of this 12 strong consortium will offer real access to engagement, opportunity, learning and fun. Our aim is to enhance and develop young people’s skills, health and wellbeing in an affordable, well equipped and safe environment.
Alongside this, Norfolk Safety CIC has recently made a pledge to support ‘Flourish.’ This initiative, led by the Children and Young People Strategic Alliance, has a shared ambition to make Norfolk a county where every child and young person can flourish.
“Norfolk Safety CIC pledges to create, in partnership with other organisations a new, built, venue in the coming 12 months. The venue will offer children and young people a multi-functional, accessible setting to meet, learn and have fun that will help all to flourish.”
If you are interested in supporting this fantastic opportunity or would like to be involved please contact Glenn Floyd, Managing Director of Norfolk Safety CIC at firstname.lastname@example.org
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