Mother Teresa Service Association

An ERSF grant to the Mother Teresa Service Association has been spent on training poor tribal young girls in the production of broomsticks. The one hundred and sixty four thousand plus rupees was crucial in providing opportunites for the recipients who otherwise would stand little chance of getting on in life. The Secretary of MTSA […]

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The Forgiveness Project

The Forgiveness Project’s restorative justive/victim awareness programme received a welcome £8,000 boost courtesy of ERSF. In addition to running RESTORE in four prisons in England and Wales in the funding period, the charity also began to run programmes in the community; in partnership with London Probation in Croydon and infoBuzz in Gloucestershire. The ERSF funding […]

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Bounce Back Foundation

A £10,000 contribution towards an innovative, life-changing programme for ex-offenders has been put to good use. The aim of the work of the Bounce Back Foundation is to reintegrate ex-offenders into the community after a custodial sentence, reduce unemployment rates of ex-offenders and reduce re-offending rates. Money from ERSF has been used to increase the […]

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Mentoring Plus

Mentoring Plus used a £2,000 ERSF grant to fund activities between young people and mentors. Mentors are given an allowance of £25 a month to pay for activities they might undertake together such as drinks, swimming, crazy golf and so on.

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Freedom to Learn

Freedom to Learn have used a £10,000 ERSF grant to help young people in Nepal through formal and informal education. The project consisted of five weekly three hour workshops with more than 100 children from marginalised families and communities in the Kathmandu Valley. The project’s facilitators used traditional educational techniques as well as drama, forum […]

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