Ferry Project is proud to be supported by various organisations. These organisations have supported us either financially or with goods and services all of which have been gratefully received. If you would like to join this amazing list please just contact us on 01945 429300.
Funds & grants
Birketts Community Grassroots Endowed Fund and Ridgeons Community Fund
We acknowledge the grant we have received from the Birketts Community Grassroots Endowed Fund and Ridgeons Community Fund, both charitable funds managed by Cambridgeshire Community Foundation
The Employability programme takes a personalised approach with a tailored package of support interventions, with participants involved in planning their own route. Services include coaching & mentoring, financial advice & guidance, structured and accredited learning, work placements, volunteering, employability support, and practical interventions such as providing transport, childcare, equipment and interview clothes. Support is specifically targeted at underrepresented groups and those with additional barriers to participation.
Tailored for individual needs, it offers a wide range of support from across our network of community organisations to help people to achieve their dreams and goals by helping them move towards or into employment.
There is a wide range of support available to meet the diverse needs of the local community, whether they are disabled, homeless, a migrant, lone parent, isolated or facing other factors holding them back, Community Connections North aims to help you overcome and grasp the local opportunities available to you.
The programme runs across Wisbech, March, Whittlesey, Chatteris, Kings Lynn, West Norfolk, Rutland, Huntingdonshire, Ely and East Cambridgeshire, The area of the Greater Cambridge and Greater Peterborough LEP Fenland area (GCGP LEP).
BBO is a project funded by the European Social Fund and the National Lottery, through the National Lottery Community Fund to support projects in England that tackle poverty and promote social inclusion.
Our programme aims to help those most furthest from the labour market on a journey to employment, training, education or active job seeking.
We work with individuals, identifying the direction they would like to go, what training, skills or qualifications they might need and foremost helping them break down the barriers that may have kept them from moving on in the past.
An important part of the eMploY-ABILITY project is not only achieving outcomes but to raise the wellbeing of the participants. Our Key Workers use Work Star to chart an individual’s wellbeing and these are reviewed at regular meetings to look at areas that have progressed and areas that may need extra input.
3 ways to join the eMploY-ABILITY journey…
• Refer your clients; For Peterborough and Kings Lynn referral please contact CP Learning Trust on Tel: 01354 696479 For Fenland referrals please contact Ferry Project on Tel: 01945 429300
• Provide support and services
• Open doors to volunteering, work experience & employment
For enquiries regarding services or volunteering/work experience/employment please contact the BBO Team on firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information on Peterborough Plus and the BBO project please visit www.peterboroughplus.co.uk
Wisbech CLLD Community Led Local Development
CLLD is an innovative way of distributing investment from European Social Funds to support people to gain new skills and increase their chances of getting a job. Local people make the decision on how funding should be allocated and spent.
The programme will fund local projects aimed at:
• increasing the employment chances of local people;
• supporting people to move closer to the labour market;
• increasing participation in community learning programmes that support people into work or volunteering;
• enhancing access to services, transport, information technology and advice.
If you are an organisation that has a project that would fit these ideas then contact Kieran Carr EU Programme Manager Cambridgeshire ACRE on 01353 865047, email Kieran.email@example.com or you can visit the website: https://wisbechclld.wordpress.com/applying‐for‐funding/
These organisations have helped us either with large donations or with ongoing gifts and we would like to give them special thanks and recognition:
The Elizabeth Wright Charity
We would also like to thank the following organisations who have helped us in this way over the last 5 years:
- Dovetail Projects
- Atelier East
- Wisbech Churches Together
- Wisbech Masons
- Newton PCC
- Tydd St Giles PCC
- Wisbech Round Table
- Wisbech Women’s Institute
- 1ST Wisbech Brownies
- Gorefield Bowls Club
- Newton Ladies Club
- St Augustine’s Wisbech PCC
- Rotary Club
- Christians In Housing
- Wisbech St Mary PCC
- West Walton Church
- St Edwards Church
- St Peters Church Wisbech
- United Reform Church Wisbech
- Tilney Fen End Methodist Church
- St Mary’s Parish Church
- Wisbech Quakers
- Wisbech Baptist Church
- St Augustine’s Church
- Wisbech Grammar School
- Thomas Clarkson School
- Marshland High School
- Beaupre Primary School
- Meadowgate School
- Bridal Connections
- Farm Foods
- Yorkshire Building Society
- Circle Anglia - Roddens
- Holland and Barrett
- CALA Homes
- Emergency Assist
- Askew and Barrett Pulse Ltd
- Sarah’s Flowers
- The Luxe Cinema
- Top to Toe Beauty
- All About You
- 5star Cases
- DG Marshall of Cambridge
- Cambridgeshire Community Foundation
- Birketts Community Grassroots Endowed Fund
- Ridgeons Community Fund
- Near Neighbours
- Albert Hunt Trust
- Alma Jean Henry Charitable Trust
- The Hudson Foundation
- The Pye Foundation
- Annie Tranmer Charitable Trust
- The Alchemy Foundation
- The Sobell Foundation
- Postcode Community Trust
- The Garfield Weston Foundation
- The Hutchinson Charitable Trust
- Laing Charitable Trusts
- The Edith Lilian Harrison 2000 Foundation
- The Hobson Charity Limited
- Sir Frederick Hiam Charitable Trust
- Touchstone Foundation