Future Projects is a community based charity located in the West of Norwich; an area marked by significant disadvantage in learning, skills, employment, health and crime indicators. Future Projects is increasingly becoming a driving force for social change in the area and now delivers a wide range of programmes across Norwich and the wider area.
Created in the year 2000 by two community volunteers in response to high levels of anti-social behaviour, Future Projects currently employs c30 full time and part time staff and uses over 200 volunteers to provide programmes and projects which aim to help to overcome social exclusion and enrich people’s lives.
Our approach to delivering services is key to our success and focuses on grassroots community based engagement which enables us to deliver innovative but focused programmes in response to local need. We aim to Engage, Inspire, Educate, and then Support our clients and service users to overcome their barriers and achieve their aspirations, empowering them with the confidence, skills and knowledge necessary to resolve their own needs in the long term.
Our mission is to engage, inspire, educate and support the local and wider community, providing first class services and promoting community development and cohesion.
Our vision is that of a community which has equality of opportunity and the education, skills and confidence to overcome its social or economic disadvantages and contribute fully to society.
The aims of the organisation set out the changes we hope to make:
The Project works with hard-to-reach groups and empowers individuals to reach their full potential. Situated in the NELM area; an area marked by significant disadvantage in learning, skills, employment, health and crime indicators.
Future is increasingly becoming a driving force for social change in the area.
Future collaborates with many local, regional and national partners to deliver its aims and objectives. If you would like to donate please click here.
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