Communities and Local Government Cabinet Secretary, Aileen Campbell met with young people and staff from ‘Growing2gether in the Community’ on Valentine’s day. We were thrilled to host her visit and the young people were amazing in their eloquence and insight in how the programme had impacted their lives. We are so proud of the young […]
Ecologia Youth Trust were ecstatic to have Cabinet Secretary Aileen Campbell visit some of the Growing2gether staff and pupils at Charleston Academy on 14th February. The Growing2gether project is one of 22 community projects to receive funding from a pot of £2,000,000! Find out more about the exciting news she came along to announce in […]
“I’d imagined this moment months ago and every time I do I’ve burst into tears of joy and connection” After 5,173 miles, Simon is home!
Ecologia Youth Trust is delighted to announce the expansion of its activities and the launch of our first Scottish programme – Growing2gether. We aim to develop our work in Scotland, creating the opportunity for us to address the growing needs of Scottish children and young people.
Being separated from one’s parents and family creates disadvantage, and our commitment is to empower disadvantaged young people which includes creating opportunities to make friends in other cultures. Our Summer 2016 Newsletter is now out and is filled with stories about how the connections that have been weaved are changing, transforming and uplifting those that our project partners support.
Ecologia Youth Trust is proud to announce that we’ve been selected as winners of eBay’s Give @Checkout initiative for this week – June 13 – 18. For any purchase you make on eBay you’ll be given the chance to add a donation. Find out more here.
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We are excited to announce that Ecologia and our partner, International Peace Initiatives (IPI), will be running a new set of skills trainings for HIV and poverty affected mothers in Meru, Kenya, enabling sustainable futures!
IPI has just completed the first year of its Ecologia-sponsored tailoring training for 15 vulnerable Kenyan women who would not usually be able to access such a course – and it’s been a real success!