Northern Rock Foundation
Community Campus received Northern Rock funding towards the salary of a development worker to expand our work with homeless clients via the development of the Hartlepool Get Moving scheme. The overall aim of the project is to reduce homelessness amongst clients who have a history of drug and alcohol abuse.
Funding has been provided by Middlesbrough Council for a number of years now to support our housing and support services in the Middlesbrough area. This funding enables us to employ a number of support staff in Middlesbrough and deliver quality support services to young people in Middlesbrough.
Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council
Funding has been provided by Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council for our housing and support service and also for our Get Moving Project, providing housing and support to clients of the Drugs and Alcohol Action Team.
Funding has been awarded from the Nationwide Foundation as part of the Foundations Affordable Homes Strategy, which aims to create affordable housing for those in need, meeting the Foundations outcome “bringing empty properties back into use for people in need”. The grant will cover renovation costs of two properties and development work within the community housing sector across Teesside.
Land Aid – The Property Industry Charity – Uniting to End Youth Homelessness has awarded a grant to Community Campus towards the renovation of at least two empty properties with costs for training and supervision on site. The aim of the grant is to maximise the number of opportunities for engagement with our clients especially those furthest away from the labour market.
Ballinger Charitable Trust
Funding for the next two years has been agreed by the Ballinger Trust towards the core costs of running the organisation to enable its progression over the next 24 months and maintain our track record in housing and supporting young people.