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Malvern Cube Projects

Malvern Cube Projects provides fun, supportive and engaging activities for young people aged 10-18, ranging from mentoring and boosting resilience to scootering and crafts. It offers an inclusive and accessible environment for learning new skills, making new friends and building young people’s confidence. The team also provides mental health support groups to facilitate young people in sharing their experiences, in a non-judgemental setting.

 

The onset of the pandemic changed the way these vital services could reach those most vulnerable and in need of support. Malvern cube projects were able to set up most of their youth sessions online thanks to funding from the NET Coronavirus Appeal, through the Worcestershire community foundation. 

 

The youth cafe, reading group, mental health support and eco-warriors programme were just some of the programmes able to continue helping young people through this time. They also offered face-face support following extra safety precautions, which enabled them to reach others who were not previously involved in activities. In response to the changing environment, they have recently engaged an outreach worker so that they can take the work that they do closer to those that need it.

provides fun, supportive and engaging activities for young people aged 10-18, ranging from mentoring and boosting resilience to scootering and crafts. It offers an inclusive and accessible environment for learning new skills, making new friends and building young people’s confidence. The team also provides mental health support groups to facilitate young people in sharing their experiences, in a non-judgemental setting.

 

The onset of the pandemic changed the way these vital services could reach those most vulnerable and in need of support. Malvern cube projects were able to set up most of their youth sessions online thanks to funding from the NET Coronavirus Appeal, through the Worcestershire community foundation. 

 

The youth cafe, reading group, mental health support and eco-warriors programme were just some of the programmes able to continue helping young people through this time. They also offered face-face support following extra safety precautions, which enabled them to reach others who were not previously involved in activities. In response to the changing environment, they have recently engaged an outreach worker so that they can take the work that they do closer to those that need it.

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