To enhance the lives of people living in Salford through sport, leisure and a range of other opportunities
Salford Youth Alliance is a three-year project that will support more than a thousand 8-to-24-year-olds through the Big Lottery Fund’s Reaching Communities programme in a bid to improve coordination of youth services in Salford and tackle crime and anti-social behaviour by providing ongoing opportunities to keep young people engaged with the local community.
The Alliance will offer opportunities that will improve people’s confidence, raise aspirations and provide skills and experience. The organisation will streamline youth services, which will create a joined-up service, bringing all parties together to deliver maximum benefits to young people.
Salford Youth Alliance is made up of many organisations including Salford Community Leisure, Salford Council and Oasis Hub MediacityUK plus housing associations (Salix Homes, City West Housing Trust, Great Places and Pendleton Together), youth organisations (Salford Lads and Girls Club, Manchester United Foundation, Rio Ferdinand Foundation) and other community organisations.
Those accessing the service will go through a seamless process whereby they can progress from one age-related activity to the next via a leadership track. They will be able to participate in volunteering, training and placements across different organisations building up accreditations for their CVs. The participants will also be able to take advantage of peer support, leadership development and support for enterprise, which will improve their employability and encourage them to become role models for other local youngsters.
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