Young People Charities
CCL supports Charities and Non-profit dealing with Homelessness, Anti-social behaviour (including knife crime), Mental Health and Hate Crimes and with continued expansion we hope to support many more. We are committed to helping residents become more involved with issues they feel passionately about.
The Ballers Club is a small intense Football training camp geared for players between the ages of 14-18, their aim is to transition all amateur players to the professional standard of play. All training sessions are tailored towards each spefic players strengths and weaknesses, main focus are:
A community group that promotes health, fitness and discipline in young people. They aim to build bridges in our community between different demo graphics that would not cross paths in other walks of life.
Walking With Giants
Address: 19 Christie drive, Croydon, London, CR0 6YA
Walking With Giants are committed to improving the life opportunities of children and young people through high quality, vibrant and dynamic programmes, designed to motivate, support and enable them to choose a happy, healthy and positive future.
Young People Insight
Young People Insight was launched in January 2016 to empower the voices of young people, aged 16-26, giving them the opportunity to speak out on topics affecting them and share their stories to inspire others.
Through involvement in this youth-led platform, young people are able to develop their confidence and communication skills, as well as build self-esteem and respect for each other. Young individuals from all walks of life are welcomed and treated as equal, forming a community
Access Music Media
They offer various professional music, media & business services:
Social Media Marketing
Business Start Up Advice
Sports Attack Academy
Sports Attack Academy was started due to the passion head coach Dre has for seeing young budding football stars progress in their sporting development.
With the Hard work and a close team of coaches, Sports Attack Academy have developed a good understanding of the FA’s steps to developing your stars in football. Their football coaches find it easy to motivate, understand and deliver messages to your young Boys and Girls – providing and excellent platform for them to excel.
Jam total sport
Use sport and dance as a tool to allow young people and adults to express themselves creatively in sport and dance.
Their Jam dance programme studies the disciplines of street dance, Jazz, contemporary and afro-caribbean movements . They offer personal training programmes, including athletic drills that develop key motor skills such as agility, balance and co-ordination, combined with their ethos of self-expression, makes their programs inclusive for all.
Address: South Norwood Methodist Church Suffolk
They create a coaching environment where young people can engage in a wide range of activities, which are used to build their self-esteem and to develop problem solving, communication, team working and leadership. The activities they use are Performing Arts (dance, music, drama), Creative Arts (fashion, design, art), Sports, with a particular emphasis on football, Media (film, photography, graphic design), Life Skills (cooking, financial management, career support) and 1:1 Mentoring.
Gloves not guns
Address: Norbury Park Pavilion (off Green Lane). SW16 3LX
All Gloves Not Gunz Programmes are run by staff that have completed level 1 &2 safeguarding and child protection training, DBS checked and will have specialist’s areas such as; youth offending, social care, gangs and youth violence, sexual exploitation, and systemic family therapy. Many of their programmes have boxing involved as it is a great tool to engage young people. This can be optional or they can provide other engagement tools like music & arts, martial arts, yoga, football, calisthenics, rugby and water sports.
Palace for life foundation
Cover a broad spectrum, from football sessions for young people with a disability, to delivering engaging assemblies and workshops in local schools and colleges. Targeting young people in areas of deprivation, they offer free sessions in sport and other activities, alongside pastoral support, to instil positive values and help prepare our participants for a better life. With strong connections within the local community and businesses and run programmes designed to equip young people with the skills they need to start thinking about their future careers.
Address: West Croydon Methodist Church,
93 London Road. Croydon
They provide a range of opportunities for the young people by connecting and establishing links with local authorities, community groups, governmental organisations and voluntary groups as an access point and referral unit to build a strong community for our target audience. Focusing on the promotion of positive confidence building through our diversified programs, serving as an advocate for positive change through the creative arts and as the coordinating unit of community based services.
The Lions society
Doing What’s Needed
The LIONS Society, which was founded in March 2017, is an organisation that works with young people in an attempt to divert them away from violence. The group, which is run by volunteers, focuses on finding solutions for those who may have a history of being involved in crime and attempts to sustain any development by monitoring their progress. One of the ways they tackle this issue is through the use of barbershops.