Activities, fun, friendship and work-related experiences for young people with additional needs aged between 14 and 25 in Monmouthshire
There are so many ways you could support The Building Bridges Project. Enhancing the lives of young people, some of whom are facing daunting physical, educational, mental health or emotional challenges, is a really worthwhile cause and we are always looking for new ideas and ways of doing things. You could...
The Building Bridges Project is a not-for-profit initiative managed by the Bridges Center (registered charity no: 1079085), so if you like what we do for young people in Monmouthshire we'd really appreciate your financial support.
It's easy to donate online, please visit our JustGiving.com page and help us sustain the Project's life-changing work with young people with additional needs across Monmouthshire.
We love getting people involved in the project. If you could give a few hours of your time to a great cause and would like to discuss how you could help please phone Beccy Williams, our project manager, on 01600 710895 or send her an email.
Big Lottery funding helped us set up The Building Bridges Project and get it going, however it's vital that we think about the project's ongoing sustainability. If you have any fund-raising ideas or suggestions (for large or small amounts), we'd be very please to hear from you.
Help raise our profile
If you love our project and want to see it carry on supporting young people to live their lives the way they want to, please tell as many people about us as you can. A great way to spread the word is to 'like' our public Facebook page: facebook.com/buildingbridgesmonmouthshire and share our news with your friends – especially those who might be able to support us through referrals and positive influence such as: social workers, fitness workers, youth workers, local and County Councillors, Assembly Members, our region's MP, GPs; not forgetting local groups and businesses.
Give us valuable feedback
We'd welcome your ideas, thoughts and feedback about the Project so far. We’d also like to hear what you think of our ideas for the future and we'd be particularly grateful for feedback we can share with the Big Lottery as part of our mandatory evaluation report.
Help guide the Project's future
And last but by no means least, we're always looking for people to join our Steering Group. We're also keen to establish a parents/friends committee – any help you can give us would be very welcome!
The Building Bridges Project gratefully acknowledges the support received from the following organisations: