We send out calls for projects that we are willing to part fund and these are based on where there is evidenced need or gaps in provision.
A lot of great ideas also come completely out of the blue and we welcome speculative project ideas that can make a real difference for our communities. If you want to propose a project please speak to Tim Wotton, Partnerships and Funding Manager on 01736 334 933.
Some of our current partners helping us deliver great work in our communities can be seen below.
Future Peninsular – Smart Tenants Project
The Smart Tenants Project will help customers in Penzance and Bodmin with building financial confidence and employment support. The project is delivered in Partnership with Cornwall Rural Community Charity (CRCC) and the Cornwall Learning Partnership. Smart Tenants is funded through the European Social Fund (ESF) under the DWP Future Peninsular Programme.
For more information visit www.cornwall-learning-partnership.org or www.cornwallrcc.org.uk
Cornwall Marine Network
We are working with Cornwall Marine Network (CMN) on a collaborative project ‘Building Boats on Estates’ which seeks to enable DCH customers in Treneere, Penzance to discover exciting marine career options through employer-led careers advice and skills development. Read more on our news pages
One Step Beyond
We are working with One Step Beyond to roll out a programme of community play sessions in Barne Barton, Plymouth.
Changes Through Sport
Give us a Chance
Give us a Chance (GUAC) - the UK’s leading consortium of social landlords who are rising to the challenge of helping people find work.
On Course SW
We are working with On course SW to develop access to training across Plymouth, including introductory sessions to identify work aspirations and develop training to meet our customer's needs.
Through innovative workshops, one to one coaching and networking, Outset Cornwall specialises in providing services for those facing the biggest barriers to enterprise. This includes the long-term unemployed, ethnic minority groups, women, under 25s and people with physical or mental disabilities.