'The 411' PODCAST
A podcast by the youth for the youth. The podcast discusses the opportunities available in Wales for the youth and tackles how the Pandemic impacted the graduate job market and the mental health of the youth.
It is an inclusive platform for young people to discuss the issues and matters that are pertinent to them, in a safe and non-judgemental environment.
Inform Young Refugees
The Inform Young Refugees project is funded by The National Lottery Community Fund Wales and commenced 1 March 2020. The purpose of this project is to build the confidence of these individuals through services that ensure their integration into Swansea. We assist them with CV writing services and help them to secure jobs. We also arrange bespoke training and coaching sessions through our various partners aimed towards moulding the beneficiaries for their desired career paths.
The project also supports refugees and asylum seekers with mental health awareness and management services. We do this with the continued provision of support to participants, through regular focus group and private
one-to-one weekly drop-in sessions.
The project also seeks to recruit and train refugees and asylum seekers through various volunteering contracts to develop and enhance their employability skills for industry.
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The CAE Foodbank
Due to the current increase in the need for food and other essentials, we are a foodbank delivery service to enable us to cater to the needy and vulnerable within the communities we serve.
We deliver food to vulnerable individuals, asylum seekers, refugees, university students in need, and members of the BAME community within and around Swansea.
Refugee Women Empowerment Project
This project is for refugee women located in and around Swansea who are unemployed, looking to learn new skills or start a business.
You can benefit from this project if you:
Are 25 or older
Have been unemployed for 12 months+
Would like help finding a job
Want to learn new skills
Want to start a business.
This project aims to enhance the quality of life of vulnerable BAME people in Swansea by developing and implementing services that enable active community participation, which encourage independence and which measurably reduce isolation.
This project is for BAME ex-offenders in Swansea and surrounding areas.
We work closely with these individuals to help them reintegrate into the community by providing a supportive network and provide access to work and volunteer opportunities.
Refugee Housing and Tenancy Support Swansea
This project is for the benefit of vulnerable refugees who:
Are at risk of destitution
Are facing challenges with their living situation
Need to know what benefits they are entitled to, or
Need support in understanding their bills.
With support and cooperation from private landlords and housing associations, we will be able to assist vulnerable refugees to secure comfortable housing.
Join our community
Would you like to volunteer with us?
This is a fantastic way to gain work experience and help us in tackling inequality issues and equipping BAME communities to succeed through enterprise.
Would you like to be a part of the community and benefit from our services?
Sign up today to become a participant!