Aims and Objectives
We aim to prevent and protect people of all ages from knife crime and other serious youth violence by working towards:
(a) the rehabilitation of persons engaged in knife crime and other serious youth violence or at risk of becoming engaged;
(b) the support of victims of knife crime or other serious youth violence and their families.
We want to act as a resource for young people particularly those who are at risk of becoming involved in violent crime or substance abuse by providing advice, education, mentoring, and assistance and organizing educational programs and other activities as a means of advancing in life and helping young people by developing their skills, capacities, and capabilities to enable them to grow into society as independent mature and responsible adults.
Who will we help?
The All Champion's Charity service is open to people of all ages. A client does not need to be from a particular background to receive help from the charity. The only criteria will be to register for the service and follow the instructions to receive help.
What kind of activities will ACC offer?
The charity is run by volunteers and is open during office hours. The charity offers different kinds of services and information to its clients:
The charity will host conferences, workshops, where young people and adults will be able to learn about substance abuse and its relation to health and youth development. It will deliver a public lecture in local churches, schools, and colleges to interact with young people to explain the impact of following a certain lifestyle has on a young person's health and mental ability.
The charity provides patient referral, also it will provide mental, emotional, and physical support to improve their health and it will provide information and signpost client to professional services.
The All Champion's Charity will run educational activities by delivering a presentation and public talk to school and college; it will facilitate mentoring activities of young people, run workshops, seminars, and conferences.
We aim to provide advice to young people not in education, not employment, or in training by guiding them to get back to education for them to get proper training which will help them to acquire jobs and improve their quality of life. The charity will also facilitate a training program for young people and adults who have difficulty coming out from criminal life by running different special training sessions to their chance to acquire jobs, this will include IT training, functioning skills, and as well financial management.