Newsletter July 2021

Newsletter July 2021

Posted 9th August 2021

Last year will be remembered by many for reasons relating to Covid19 and the restrictions to everyday living for the general population.

Whilst these 'strange' times continue and factors have undoubtedly impacted on young people leaving care across the country, their transitions into independent living have not stopped. We have seen incredible work undertaken by Local House Projects in England and Scotland and more significantly by young people who have achieved so much in the past year.

Whats included:

  • CEO update
  • New Projects
  • CLNM
  • StoryFutures
  • Fundraising
  • Care Leavers Support Portal
  • Save the Date 

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