We aim to tackle unemployment, low educational attainment, deprivation, poverty, serious youth violence, poor health and well-being and social exclusion.
Many of our programmes are community led, empowering and resourcing the means to renew hope, inspire confidence and improve skills.
The Covid-19 crisis has had a profound effect on our society, and overnight turned people's lives upside down. Throughout the pandemic millions of people have been told to stay indoors causing many to fall at a greater risk of financial hardship. SOUL provides help to people with those difficulties with various Covid Response projects.
SOUL FOOTBALL ACADEMY
Academy has been running since 2016, children aged 6-16, boys and girls come and train in Shoreditch powerleague in order for them to get relevant footballing skills to compete at a higher level.
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Strive Up! is a mentoring programme which supports people who are not in employment, education or training (NEET). The project seeks to provide career advice, application support, CV writing support and provide training to enhance interview skills.
The BeActive programme is to engage people would not normally be pursuing sports as a recreational activity. Our priority focus being to enable them to actively pursue sports moving forward, improve social integration, build confidence and improve health and wellbeing.
The link between digital exclusion and social disadvantage is clear. Many people still face significant barriers to digital access and there is much needed help to take down these barriers.
Alongside improving life prospects, digital inclusion benefits society as a whole. It increases employability, higher educational attainment and more productive innovations within our community.