Scottish Charity Number: SC037680
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Brothers of Charity project Working Together works with young people 16+ who have a learning disability from the central Scottish Borders, to strengthen their resilience, wellbeing and gain employment skills. Their continued mission is to support young people so they can achieve the most fulfilling life possible, reach their full potential and gain meaningful employment.
Cheviot Youth works with children, families and community to help and support them develop skills, gain experience, access opportunities for personal growth and provide challenges that motivate, test and inspire. We do this in a safe, accessible and positive environment through the provision of a Community Café, a Digital Media Service, a Food Distribution Programme, a Mental Health Support Service, a Training, Employability & Advice Service, and a four centre Youth Work Service. Kelso Youth Club, The Planet, Abbotseat Road, Kelso, TD5 7SL Jedburgh Youth Club, The Jedburgh Hub, The Old School, Friars, Jedburgh, TD8 6BP Ancrum Youth Club, Ancrum Yetholm & Morebattle Youth Club, Yetholm, TD5 8RA And Cheviot Youth Mental Health Support Services, Unit 6 Tweedbank Industrial Estate, Tweedbank, TD1 3RS
Connect Berwickshire Youth Project provide community-based youth work opportunities to young people from age 5 upwards in the Berwickshire area. They provide drop-in and project based services in Duns, Eyemouth and Coldstream. Duns Youth Group, 14 South Street, Duns, TD11 3AH Eyemouth Youth Club, Tides Reach Youth Centre, Eyemouth, TD14 5ET
They aim to connect young people to meaningful, business lead experiences in school that widen an understanding around career choice, informing them about all the available pathways and support the development of transferable skills, which are key to the future world of work. We support the Young Person’s Guarantee, looking to provide every 16-24 yr. old with a positive and sustained destination, whether that is a job, an apprenticeship, further or higher education, training, volunteering or setting up their own enterprise. We have DYW Coordinators in each of our high schools who facilitate activities, link businesses and work with teachers to enhance the learning across the curriculum.
Eat Sleep Ride is a social enterprise providing affordable therapeutic equine and countryside interactions for children, young people and their parents, guardians, and carers in Southeast Scotland and Northumberland. Our purpose is to help, support and inspire people through the provision of experiential learning, life coaching, animal assisted interventions, equine based training, accreditation, certification, volunteering, work placements and employment opportunities. Using a careful blend of fun, friendship and expert tuition, collaboration with allied health professionals within nature, people develop social and emotional competencies, learn coping strategies and set goals to enable them to live healthier, happier, and more fulfilled lives as well as gaining the benefits of taking part in team work, assuming personal responsibility and acquiring new skills.