Statement by Groundwork
Youth services and education are at top of young people’s Spring Budget 2020 wish list.
Pupils at a Northamptonshire school are embarking a literary voyage of discovery thanks to funding from the One Stop ‘Carriers for Causes’ programme.
The charity released the film last year and was created to celebrate the people and organisations that harness community spirit.
ESF Community Grants provides funding pots between £5,000-£20,000 to small or voluntary organisations that work with unemployed people into a job, back into education or on a training course to help further their career development.
Groundwork has announced a new programme that will inject over £636,000 of funding to support local communities take back control of their energy usage.
Groundwork UK CEO, Graham Duxbury, urges all candidates standing for election to make a commitment to supporting volunteer-led groups if elected.
Our survey of UK community groups has found grassroots groups are increasingly at the forefront of tackling many challenges but are lacking support and finding it harder to sustain their activities.
Businesses in flagship business park vote overwhelmingly in favour of third successive Business Improvement District.
John Troth OBE is to step down as Chair at Groundwork North Wales from November 2019 after 25 years of service, to the charity.
Groundwork volunteers help tidy up Northwich green space
Rivington project gives Phil a new lease of life
Callum becomes Pulse Ally
Grow Speke has positive impact on pupils' lives
Prince's Trust is a 13 week action-packed programme for 16-25 year olds designed to boost confidence and open the door to your future career, this article explains what the 13 weeks programme includes.
Jamil discovered an interest in the environment through youth club and by participating in a number of social action activities in his local community.
Jack's involvement in the Prince's Trust programme opened the door to employment and a place on Groundwork's Youth Advisory Board.