WHO WE ARE AND WHAT WE DO
Through previous work in the charity sector and speaking with schools all over the North West, our Trustee's saw that there was a need for educational workshops on a number of safeguarding issues that we felt children and young people have to face in society today. Being parents ourselves we felt passionate about starting our own charity to offer help, advice and support.
Our main focus is providing our Gang for Life? Project to children aged 10-16. The project is a combination of Sports Activities (Sport for Life Project) to promote good physical and mental wellbeing amongst our beneficiaries, and Anti-Gang Educational sessions covering topics such as Grooming & Peer Pressure, County Lines Gangs, missed opportunities and much more.
We are proud to work with ex-gang members that have changed their lives around and are willing to share their own very personal stories with our beneficiaries, which leaves a huge impact.
We have been delivering our workshops for the last two years to children in Greater Manchester, Cheshire and Lancashire, and we see the huge need for this project for children aged 10-16.
We are dedicated to reducing the number of children being recruited and exploited by criminal Gangs.
As a charity, we rely heavily on grant aid and financial support from the general public to produce and deliver our workshops, and research shows that as children face new issues that constantly arise and present problems for young people that our projects should be made permanent.
GET IN TOUCH
We'd love to hear from you! If you would like to work with us, or find out more about our work and upcoming projects, we recommend emailing us for a quicker response.
GRG House, Cobden Street, Salford, Greater Manchester, M6 6NA