Job training for the digital age. (360G-ChildhoodTrust-CfC2104)

Recipient Organization

Our charity teaches young Jewish boys who are not in education, employment or training the digital skills needed to find work or become self-employed. Using eBay and Amazon as training platforms they learn a variety of accredited skills. They are also mentored to find and keep a job.

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Grant Details

Amount Awarded 6344
Amount Disbursed 6344
Award Date 2021-06-22T00:00:00+00:00
Beneficiary Location: Geographic Code E09000003
Beneficiary Location: Geographic Code Type LONB
From An Open Call? Yes
Grant Programme: Code CfC21
Grant Programme: Title Champions for Children 2021
Grant Programme: URL
Recipient Org: Charity Number 1131948
Recipient Org: City London
Recipient Org: Company Number 06868489
Recipient Org: Country United Kingdom
Recipient Org: Description Acheinu Ltd T/A The Boys Clubhouse helps young Jewish males, aged 15 - 25, who are principally NEET (not in education, employment or training) get jobs or become self-employed. We also provide support to young men who may be experiencing fractured home relationships, abuse, neglect, community stigma, addiction issues, homelessness and other social disadvantage. Our site includes a homeless shelter, business training centre, gym and music studio.
Recipient Org: Organisation Type Charity
Recipient Org: Postal Code NW11 8RY
Recipient Org: Street Address 8 Rodborough Road
Recipient Org: Web Address