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Regent’s Place Community Fund2019-03-26T12:20:21+00:00

Project Description

A collaboration of businesses supporting local projects

Funding grassroots projects around Regent’s Place to make a real difference

The Regent’s Place Community Fund is an exciting and unique business-led initiative, in which businesses at Regent’s Place have come together to support local grassroot charities and make a real difference to our local area. The Fund focuses on projects that support social cohesion in the community, skills and access to employment, and healthy living.

Semble has come on board to co-deliver the Regent’s Place Community Fund in it’s third year.

To visit the campaign website, visit:

www.regentsplace.com/communityfund

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Campaign updates

Here you’ll find the latest news regarding the progress of the campaign.

Blogs from the supported projects

Mock Interviews – helping prepare guests for work

April 15, 2019 |

In our Jobs Club we are supporting our members through every step of finding a job, from setting goals to preparing for an interview. When someone is offered an interview this is something to celebrate! However, the hard work is [...]

A Mentor’s Perspective

April 09, 2019 |

At each Jobs Club session we are supported by a team of amazing volunteer mentors from the local business community who work on a 1-2-1 basis with our guests to support them with developing and following through a personal plan [...]

Just Enough have a goal:

February 19, 2019 |

And that goal is...to educate every child and empower them to believe they can make a difference in the world, whether it is large or small. We are so excited to be working this year with Regents Place Community Fund [...]

AYBI Positive impacts

February 18, 2019 |

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_PliwhfLLDg&feature=youtu.be Through evaluation and discussion sessions these young people expressed that being involved in AYBI has great value for their social and personal development, during these sessions young people have made comments such as: “It helped to change the way [...]

AYBI empowering young people

February 18, 2019 |

https://youtu.be/YRHMhMEAA0w Coaches and senior members play an extremely important role, both in terms of setting expectations of behaviour and by offering support and advice in both all-physical and cognitive intervention techniques. These senior figures are seen as credible authority figures, [...]

Baby Boomers Rock Again!

February 20, 2019 |

Our new Music Circle aims to attract younger "older" men between 60 and 75 years of age who wish to re-visit the skills and experiences of their youth.There will be a significant increase in retired older men as this baby [...]

The Year of the Pig

February 07, 2019 |

Third Age Project Chinese Members organised a fabulous party to celebrate the new Year of the Pig inviting the whole community along. It was held in our lovely newly refurbished Centre in Cumberland Market. Chinese Members dressed in traditional costumes [...]

120 mentoring sessions in!

January 28, 2019 |

Our Employment Support Pathway operates by using trained mentors from the local business community to share their skills to support users of our Jobs Club with their individual employment goals. Mentoring is a crucial part of our success. The 1-2-1 [...]

Employment Support Pathway – One Month In!

December 11, 2018 |

On 14th November we opened up the Employment Support Pathway in conjunction with our winter night shelter welcoming in the first guests of the season. Over the last three weeks we have seen twenty guests accessing support over 38 mentoring [...]

Euston Foodbank – Redistributing food in our community

February 17, 2019 |

Update February 2019 The New Year has kept us incredibly busy - our reverse advent campaign brought in so many donations we are still busy sorting our storage. Fortunately the Regents Place Community Fund has enabled us to prepare for [...]

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