frca aims to make a positive difference in the lives of children and young people and to empower, raise confidence and give a voice to them primarily through the creative and performing arts. To support, nurture and raise their aspirations as individuals in order to help them be, not only rounded, contributing adults, but also successful ones.
The F.U.S.E Youth project exists to better the lives of young people living in housing estates by providing children and young people with skills and opportunities that they may not get without our intervention.
TFCF are pleased to be supporting Grow Gardeners. A scheme offering paid work experience and training for young people in Sheffield who are at risk of long-term unemployment.
Lads Need Dads believe prevention is crucial in reducing the growing number of boys coming from fatherless homes who under achieve at school, struggle with their mental health, or are excluded from school or engage in offending behaviour.
Solent Youth Action works with young people across the South of Hampshire to help them contribute to their local community and participate in positive youth-led projects.
Three13 provide a practical approach to learning; helping people who face multiple barriers to become confidently aware of their abilities.
Youth Café Cornwall
TFCF are excited to be supporting
Kent Film Foundation uses Film and Arts to build confidence and aspirations in young people.
Biddulph Youth and Community Zone is the town’s only remaining facility dedicated for young people. Through the Centre’s classes, workshops, and activities, we address problems and issues that affect the whole town of Biddulph.
The Duke of Edinburgh Award is a challenge for any young person. For those with hearing loss it becomes doubly difficult so it is with great pleasure that we will be funding Phoenix, based in Stevenage Hertfordshire, with their ambitious plan to guide a group of young people with hearing loss in their quest to achieve their Bronze standard during the course of 2023.