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Jigsaw Foundation Funded Projects

In 2021-22 we funded over 60 projects with 15,996 people benefiting within the communities we serve.
Download our 2021-22 report to see the positive impact we have made to our residents and neighbourhoods.

Our Community Projects

See how our Jigsaw Foundation Community Fund has helped some of our neighbourhood projects.

In 2019/20 we delivered 72 projects across the North West and 5 in the East Midlands covering the following areas:

  • Improving the health and wellbeing of our communities
  • Providing employment, enterprise and training opportunities for our residents
  • Increasing financial and digital inclusion
  • Improving the environment within our communities
  • Helping our tenants sustain their tenancies.

 

Stalybridge Celtic Foundation - Our Story

See how our Community Fund has helped Stalybridge Celtic Foundation continue to provide a variety of football based activities and services for the people of Stalybridge.

The Mustard Tree - Our Story

See how our Community Fund has helped The Mustard Tree charity continue to help people change their lives, secure better accommodation and economic wellbeing.

Hope Community Church - Our Story

See how our Community Fund has helped Hope Community Church continue to provide a variety of activities and services for the neighbourhood.

St George's Community Centre - Our Story

See how our Community Fund has helped Netherfield Community Centre continue to provide a variety of activities and services for the neighbourhood.

 

Wigan Youth Zone - Our Story

See how our Community Fund has helped Wigan Youth Zone continue to provide a much needed service for the people of Wigan.

 

Audenshaw Community Association - Our Story

See how our Community Fund has helped Audenshaw Community Association continue to provide a variety of activities and services for the neighbourhood.

Community Revival UK

Community Revival UK is is a not-for-profit voluntary organisation, which exists to refresh and revitalise the local community with a range of projects including, training, education, employment, recreation and social activities. Community Revival engages with all sections of society irrespective of background but most of the beneficiaries are from the BME community.

Over 2000 students have completed English courses with the project helping to improve their confidence, self-esteem and employment opportunities. The project also promote social activities to improve social cohesion.

Shahbaz Ahmed, Head of Centre, said: “Our aim is to serve the community by supporting and motivating individuals to achieve their social and work-related goals. Thanks to Jigsaw Foundation, Community Revival can help promote learning at a grass-root level that gives direction to those who are not engaged and looking for something to do. Learning improves lives to build futures, so that learners can equally seek opportunities for themselves.

“ESOL has shown to improve participant’s communication and interpersonal skills with other members of the community by increasing their confidence and making people more active for their own everyday needs. The funding (£1,894) we have received from Jigsaw Foundation has helped us achieve our goals”

KickSTARZ Academy

• KICKSTARZ ACADEMY – £2,989.00 (1 year project)

Oldham Coliseum Theatre

• Oldham Coliseum Theatre – £43,300.00 (2 year project)

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