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My Climate, My Choice, My Future in My Community.

 – a pilot project funded by the Vale of White Horse District Council.

 We have designed activity sheets for people in Abingdon to help identify ways to save money and reduce waste.  We are all aware of the Cost of Living Crisis. We want to face this challenge, impact Climate Change and help people make small changes that may have a much larger impact in the future.

 Some of our participants have said:

 “I understand the importance of climate change. The activities I completed today are relevant with the current cost of living crisis and rising energy fuel bills.”

 “As an ambassador for this project I will promote this to my friends and family.”

 “I will be promoting the ideas as I feel proud to be an Ambassador.”

 If you would like to find out more about this project or perhaps tailor some activities for your local area then please contact us:


 
     

"Our mission is to encourage and foster Peer to Peer mentoring and by doing so, improve education, vocational and employment opportunities."

  “I would like to say how grateful I am to have such a street-wise considerate man helping me and more importantly understanding where I am coming from, how it affects me and fighting my corner. He gives me strength when I have no reserves to call upon”
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  “After establishing a trusting rapport my mentee has now agreed to attend one to one sessions with me on the Toe by Toe phonic reading programme. This reading programme will enable him to continue with his own job searches and to make much better use of the internet.”  
   



Testimonial

“I was introduced to Karyn at the end of October and her local knowledge and connections with training providers was evident throughout the conversation. Karyn was very positive about the project I am coordinating and could also see my challenges, particularly working from a distance. Within days of me introducing someone who is working through our process, in need of specific training, Karyn had linked her up with the providers and she had signed up. The feedback I received was how Karyn was really helpful, listened and got everything moving very quickly. Exactly what I had hoped for. Thank you Karyn for every bit of direction and support.
Anita Wingad Community Catalysts CIC."



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