The Porch Project Engaging with Youth Culture

Young People

The Porch Project now reaches around 300 YP a week

Our Constitution is to advance for the public benefit, the physical, mental, spiritual and social well-being and education of young people aged from between 11 years until they attain their twentieth birthday who live in Hadleigh Suffolk or adjacent parishes by the provision of premises, hospitality, counselling, education, recreation, and other facilities. This provision of recreational and leisure time activities is to be provided in the interest of social welfare, designed to improve their conditions of life.

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Donation

It costs £378.24 per young person per year to attend the porch project

This may not sound like a lot but when you multiply that by 300+ young people on the books, that then equates to over £100,000 pounds a year to keep this project running. So why not sponsor a young person for the year to attend the project. Just follow the link and donate.

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Volunteers and Team

We have a very large team of 30 dedicated volunteers and helpers.

Without them the project just could not be sustained they give up so much time to meeting the need that is the porch project and we really value their input. The volunteers do many many different jobs on Tuesdays and Friday nights including the not so glamourous jobs of cleaning the toilets at the end of porch project sessions and also sweeping the porch. As well as offering support to Craig and other team members.

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Register With Us

Want to join in on the fun we have in Hadleigh? Head over here to find out what you need to do to register for the Porch Project.

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