Community Ventures is delighted to receive funding from The National Lottery Community Fund to host our Service. Discover Your Bright Spark is our family based personal development coaching programme which helps parents to help their children to develop a positive mindset from a young age. We provide a relaxing and fun environment for families to
Community Ventures Development Services C.I.C offered an opportunity for community members to gain knowledge on how to gain employment, access training courses, and to learn new skills. Our service users were provided with support and guidance and here is the impact our work and approaches had on one of our service users. At the start
Fantastic news as The Portland Inn project is shortlisted for the Royal Institute of British Architects MacEwan award. Their amazing 'Raise the Roof' project which took place on the Century Street Green Space last summer, with the objective being to reclaim the space following many months of ASB in the area by delivering many activities
Community Ventures Multi Lingual Service is now working in Sandwell, in partnership with The European Union Social Fund and the Skills Funding Agency. We will now be hosting weekly session for participants who Need Help Getting into Employment. The sessions which we host in partnership with EPIC help people with CV Hints & Tips Creating
Community Ventures & Ignition Partnership Ignition is a journey of personal development discovery and has been beautifully created by the inspirational international trainer and coach TeeJay Dowe. Ignition uses a combination of coaching, training, and conversation to empower young people to build confidence, boost self worth and to provide vision and direction when choosing options
Community Ventures in partnership with Stoke on Trent City Council and partner organisations are working together to tackle City centre issues via a multi agency asset based approach. Our role is to support City centre residents businesses and community groups to identify assets and enable action. To deliver local projects and long-term sustainable interventions and
Community Ventures are working in partnership with Stoke on Trent City Council with the aim of reducing loneliness and isolation throughout the City. Loneliness affects our health and quality of life; it also impacts on the wider economy, the NHS and social care. A pilot scheme covering the Longton East area will focus on reaching
Community Ventures delivered 13 social activity sessions in the North of the city using the Fegg Hayes Hub, these sessions included colour therapy, crafting, meditation, 1st Aid, cook and eat, sharing skills, music, quiz’s and advisory talks from local organisations. These sessions were facilitated and delivered by Community Ventures and some of our partners.