Donation to The Pimlico Foundation



Partner: The Pimlico Foundation

Project: Donation

The Pimlico Foundation, which operates under the youth movement Outbreak, aims to create a cohesive community and help young people from disadvantaged backgrounds living in Pimlico. The charity provides the area with after school clubs, one-on-one mentoring, detached youth work, sports and creative activities, each of which are designed to prevent anti-social behaviour and encourage community spirit.

The Axis Foundation donated £700 to the charity to help them purchase equipment including: board games and a table tennis set. This donation means that there is wider range of activities available at the weekly youth club. These sessions provide the young people who attend with a safe and relaxed space where they can interact with each other and engage with informal learning which serves to enhance their social and personal development

In recent years, there has been concern about anti-social behaviour within communities. The Pimlico Foundation works to create positive dialogue within the local area and encourage a sense of hope and empowerment.

The Pimlico Foundation works with young people to create a hub which provides physical, emotional and spiritual support, helping them to reach their full potential. The charity is dedicated to reaching out to the local parents, young people and their families; they hold a weekly ‘hot chocolate outreach’ which reaches around 100 people. Attendees receive free hot chocolate and get the chance to speak to the youth workers from the charity about local events and help to shape the community.

 

 

Project feedback...

Mark Liburd, Senior Youth Worker, commented: “We’d like to thank the Axis Foundation for their gift of a donation. The donation has enabled us to purchase a table tennis set and board games and these are perfect ways to encourage the young people who visit us to interact with each other. The donation has added to our youth work and we appreciate the donation as it’s something that the children are really benefiting from.”

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