Let's talk numbers. What have we achieved? How many young people have we supported? Our facts and figures broken down by project.
After School and Holiday Hangouts provide activities in a safe space to have fun, meet with friends and have access to experienced youth workers
We run the East Hants Young Carers Programme, which gives respite to young people who are caring for a relative by providing the opportunity to meet with other carers, have something that is theirs to look forward to, enjoy a meal together, get support in school or go out for a trip
Escape and Future are age-specific evening sessions offering time out with friends as well as opportunities for discussing current youth issues
SuperSONIC is for young people with Autism or Down's Syndrome providing them with a club night at their own pace with organised activities (and sometimes outings)
Our mentoring sessions aim to support young people who are often struggling at School or College to develop their self-belief, emotional resilience and positive relationships
Previously called Inclusion, our group mentoring programmes aim to improve mental health by cultivating good self-esteem, and finding strategies to cope with anxiety, stress, frustration or anger
Strategically bringing together key people, supporting practitioners and volunteers who provide services
for young people and giving opportunities for young people to have a voice
THE FULL REPORT AND ACCOUNTS
Want to know even more detail? Including the Chairman's comment, how we are funded and how we spend that funding?
Our full report and accounts can be downloaded from the Charities Commission website.