Project Skill My Voice will provide a Place to talk scheme which will address any existing and new needs needs that has been identified as a results of the Covid 19 pandemic impact. Creativity bring community together especially less privileged and those who suffered violence & abuse This Grant will go towards payment of Workshops and Tutors to run individual and Group for 12month lessons on sewing, Knitting, Tapestry, Craft , Art and DIY to 60 women and 60 young people. - 50 Virtual Group sessions and 30 -Virtual individual session on Sewing, Knitting, Tapestry, Craft, Art and DIY (Women session) -60 Virtual Group session and 30- Virtual individual session sewing, Knitting, Tapestry, Craft & Art and DIY, Young people Music session - Online Zoom / Video Group & individual Tutorials & interaction on Piano , Guitar & Violin Workshops. -50 group session and 30 individual session Project Skill My Voice will be promoted in all our social media platform, Library and community centre.
What we'll deliver:
Why it's a great idea:
Project Skill My Voice that provide platform for women and young people of all ages. Aim to skilled voices of community especially BAME Women/ Young People in our community by empowering them through most needed training / skill by virtual learning especially less privileged & those who suffered from any form of violence and abuse at this time of Covid19 disruption to vital community services because we believe every child and family matters Covid19 has course severe depression / anxiety, playing of musical instrument make once to experiences moments of peace and genuine joy. Our music session and other workshop will be taught in form of therapists as our tutors are experience music and art therapies to tune session to enrich the lives of our services user wellbeing . This could be to unlock memories, to communicate where words have failed, connect with family & friends, to build confidence & self-esteem.
Steps to get it done:
Following Covid19 disruption an online survey , text and telephone survey which Second Tots Board member and Volunteers have held over the past few weeks with our old and new services users we work with during wellbeing checks survey, we have identified a great number of increase in our services user feeling low moods, confuse , lack confidence and motivation as a result of social isolation thus we believe that the work we do will be key benefit and instrumental to address the present crises cause by Covid19. We plan to adapt our current provisions to take into considering the current pandemic in the following outline Majority of Our services are from the BAME community. And we strongly believed the need of these BAME Community will increase as the pandemic has hit the BAME community at a greater rate and the impact among this community has been greater in comparison to others. Our Project will create a platform which will Skill the Voice of our services users
About the space
Woolwich is a moving and deprived community with families from low income and disadvantage background and a melting pot of cultural diversity
Royal Borough of Greenwich
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