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July 25, 2016

Partnership established with the Feminist Review Trust

Supporting Girls and Young Women Our partnership with the Feminist Review Trust The Feminist Review Trust are partnering with the Joshua Project Trust through the match funding of  our work with vulnerable girls and young women. This work involves: – the provision of our girls-only youthclub – girls small groups and a girls mentoring programme – an information, advice and guidance

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July 14, 2016

Pop Up For Popcorn

#PopUpForPopcorn Hire the Impact Centre for your special event The impact centre is a popular venue for celebrations and occasions of all kinds (we have even hosted a wedding reception). We have a number of hire options available, to discuss these further please contact either Chris or Rich by emailing us on bookings@jptrust.org.uk We will work with you to ensure that

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Fight back against UK Child Poverty

Make Child Poverty History Poverty is an issue that isn’t going away in our communities, cities and nation. In the communities served by the Joshua Project Trust, child poverty is on the up and our mission to resolve the impact of the consequences of this poverty on children, young people and families is ever more pressing. With nearly 3.7million children

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July 8, 2016

Why do we need a network of STEP Schools?

Why do we need a network of STEP Schools? The Joshua Project Trust (JP) works with families in Great Horton, Bradford. Increasingly it finds itself supporting young people who are not attending school. For too many young people, education provision is not put in place in time to stop them from missing essential schooling. Consequently this compounds the effects of

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July 7, 2016

“When I grow up I want to be a Spacefireman”

When I grow up I want to be a Spacefireman What do or did you want to be when you grow up? If you are ‘grown up’ have you realised your dream? As a child and young person this was the question that my friends and I would discuss at length. As my dream of being Robbie Williams began to fade,

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July 1, 2016

Pop Up In Purple Against Poverty

We are encouraging as many of our supporters as possible to stand with us in our battle against the consequences of poverty by dressing in purple this coming Friday (8th July) and make a donation as you do it. Please encourage friends and family to do the same. You might also consider: – having a dress in purple day at

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June 29, 2016

What’s 5 + 5?

What’s 5 + 5? Standing in the gap as the solution for the forgotten In 2004 the national movement We Are What We Do published the book Change the World for a Fiver: 50 Actions to Change the World. The movement hoped that the book would inspire people to use everyday actions to change the world. They were right! Because

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June 22, 2016

Pop Up 4 JP

Pop Up 4 JP Putting the FUN into fundraising Donations from individuals and companies are the life blood of the continued operations of the joshua project trust. We realise that more and more charities and worthy organisations are seeking donations from generous people like you in order to keep going. So we want to help you put the FUN into

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June 13, 2016

Creating not just consuming

Creating not just consuming Inspiring Bradford’s children and young people to get creative Our wonderful Impact Gamers team are preparing to run a live show (in the style of the 90’s show games master) on the 16th July to inspire more Bradford kids 8-14yrs olds to get creative with making things, specifically in this via games making. PLEASE spare 3

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