How does it feel when you don’t know where you can stay, and you have a baby to support?
Verve Recruitment Blog
Could you open your heart to Fostering a child with a "Not for Profit" Fostering Charity?
M3 Project are a Not for Profit charity based in East Lancashire. They are looking to find safe homes as Supported Lodgings providers to care for, and help vulnerable young people who have become homeless. Can you help?
We are well into Autumn and soon the cold winter weather will come. Many young people will find themselves homeless and living on the streets, facing the cold weather alone and worrying for their own safety. We need to change this, can you help?
M3 Projects are a small, community charity supporting young people aged 16-21, who are homeless or threatened with homelessness across East Lancashire.
As a young mum, Paula knows first hand how important fitness and health goals are. Paula's personal training is a great way to achieve your goals in a friendly and supportive way.
Verve’s on a mission to find exceptional carers Verve recruits only for Not for Profit charities. Our aim is to...View Article
Verve has been busy over the summer by pitching up with our Armed Forces in local recruitment events alongside of the Salford Veterans Breakfast Club CIC. Verve has a deep association with our Armed Forces, our Fostering Ambassador Claire Marie Street is a Director of this wonderful CIC and is herself a veteran of the Armed Forces. Verve Director Steve Jones is a Veteran of the Armed Forces having served in the Royal Corp of Transport.
Young people are vulnerable for many reasons. They may have left the care system after being fostered or have experienced family breakdowns. They may have faced the trauma of a bereavement and need emotional support. They may be at risk of being harmed and are vulnerable and need protecting.
According to a BBC report, the UK government has been given more than £3.5 million to potentially alleviate Child Poverty and Homelessness from the EU. The money has not been spent. Elsewhere in Europe approx. 13 million people have received assistance from this funding, with the most common support being in food aid.