Cloudy Community have developed the Ambitious Associations Creative Action Programme which is interactive and designed to engage and equip young adults for a positive and productive lifestyle. On this course, participants are given the opportunity to envision, plan and execute the steps to be a successful member of society.
Children and Young People’s Voluntary Sector Forum – CYPVSF
Islington Children and Young People’s Voluntary Sector Forum brings together organisations working with children and young people. We aim to make life better for children and young people in Islington so that they are safe, happy and have fun. The three main objectives are:
Building relationships and communication between people and organisations involved in children’s lives
Increasing awareness of children and young people’s needs
Developing the skills and strengths of voluntary and community organisations to better support children and their families
The Forum meets 4 times a year at meetings and two network lunch events. Meeting and events cover topical issues; give feedback from local Council developments and discuss how to influence policy; and ensure children and young people’s needs are met. The Forum comes together to present a strong voice to effect change in Islington.
Islington Children and Young People’s Voluntary Sector Forum is a network for all those working with children from 0-18 in Islington. Choices Director is an Executive Committee Member of CYPVSF
If you are interested in joining Contact the Chair: Denise Ward or for Events and training information: Chris Taylor.
Alexandra Wylie Tower Foundation
The Foundation was established to support the causes about which Alexandra Wylie, a dynamic and effervescent 17 year old, felt passionately. She was a brilliant student, loved the performing arts and was a keen scientist. Allie impressed everyone she met with her love for life and was vehemently against any form of social exclusion. AWTF keeps Allie’s memory alive by supporting children and young people to find and follow their dreams.