Greenwich Youth For Christ is funded by various churches, individuals and partner organisations. We are proud of our partnerships and endeavor to deliver a high quality youth work program and maintain good relationships with those who help fund our work. Below is some more information about organisations we are currently funded by.
For 25 years the community programme at Charlton Athletic has been bringing opportunity and social change to communities in South East London, Kent and beyond.
A study into the impact of CACT's programmes has shown that our work has a value of over £31million to communities in the following areas:
Improving Education and Employment
Young Greenwich is a place where you can come to meet friends, relax and learn new life skills.There are loads of courses, activities and trips to get involved with, so pop into one of our youth hubs to sign up.
Young Greenwich partners with various youth and community organisations across Royal Greenwich to deliver free sessions for young people.
Is an independent Charity based in Blackheath, London, governed by a Board of Trustees. Our purpose is to help older people by offering either a home where you can live independently, a home with some domestic support, or 24/7 residential care with nursing in our Care Home.
Dame Susan Morden Charity has given a grant towards the work of Greenwich Youth For Christ to help in furthering the religious and other charitable work we deliver with young people.
The Jack Petchey Foundation was set up by Sir Jack Petchey CBE to inspire and motivate young people across London and Essex to do their best and reach their full potential.
Greenwich Youth For Christ are a Bronze partner and run the Achievement Award and Leader Award. We have also applied for small grants towards educational visits.