Funding to do More during Lockdown

Dyfodol has looked at how we can still work with our families and young people despite Lockdown.

We have successfully got funding from the Voluntary Services Recovery Fund.  This helps us do more online:

  • Reaching Out – youth work, using social media even more with our young people. As we can’t meet them face-to-face, to give more time and continue our flexible support working closely together.
  • Touch Trust sessions – music, movement, relaxation with children and young people with severe disabilities and their families. We trialled an online session and families are keen to have more. We want to explore together how online can offer even more: for instance story telling sessions, or virtual coffee mornings.