Projects supported by Cornwall Club
Citizenship for Life CIC
give vulnerable and challenged young people the skills they need to cope in life. An award from the Cornwall Club unlocked a grant from the #iwill Fund. Without this contribution, the programme would not have been possible.
St Austell Community Kitchen
provides a safe and welcoming environment for the vulnerable, needy and homeless within their community.
The Core Youth Project
provides young people with a safe, non-judgemental space where they are able to access new opportunities, advice, activities and talk to qualified youth workers.
CCF Crisis Fund
benefits vulnerable people on low incomes who are urgently in need of small, one-off amounts of money. These small grants are accessed by individuals through a wide range of sponsor agencies such as drop-in centres, refuges and food banks.
The Cornwall Community Land Trust (CCLT)
delivers affordable homes in Cornwall, mainly for sale and some for rent, tailored to the needs of local communities. A not-for-profit, community-based organization, CCLT has recently celebrated the construction of 200 affordable homes over the past 10 years. The Cornwall Club awarded £8,950 to CCLT in 2017 and 2018.
Affordable housing projects have been completed in Landrake, St Martins, Isles of Scilly, Pendeen, Delabole, Menheniot, Nancledra, St Just in Roseland, Lizard Village, Blunts, St Ewe, Rock, Luxulyan and Blisland.