The beautiful Upper Dart, Devon

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Duncan and Liz Chilcott, the Honiton Auctioneers, speak to us at the delightful Aeolian Court, Chudleigh on ”Discovering Antiques

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Inside the Tiverton Youth Drop-in Centre

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The beautiful Upper Dart, Devon

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Who we have helped

How DSCT makes a difference:

The Bank Youth Project in Ashburton was able to modernise its youth centre.

Domestic Violence and Abuse in South Devon has been able to run an updated awareness raising programme.

Tiverton Market Centre has received grants to run its Music Project with young people in the local community.

Bovey Tracey Youth Café can now open for an extra evening each week.

Young Devon can continue to provide counselling and support to young people with multiple problems.

Plymouth Youth Sailing provides a life changing experience for some of the city’s most disadvantaged young people.

South Devon Youth Offending Team were assisted in providing furnishing for a family room and a kitchen.

Shekinah Mission were helped with funding for their training facility  in Stonehouse, Plymouth. 

The Dartmoor Pony Heritage Trust were able to offer more students the opportunity to become Mentors able to assist future students, visit schools to raise awareness of their programme.

 

Children and Families in Grief were helped to offer a more active support system to families following therapeutic weekends.

Vocal Advocacy was provided with funding to provide bi-monthly meetings in three locations for twelve months.

Nightstop Devon were able to provide 30 additional placements for homeless young people in the Exeter and neighbouring areas with members of the public with a spare room in their house.

Moreton Association for Youth received funds sufficient to enable the Club to continue.

Hamoaze House, Plymouth were given funds to enable them to purchase items to support families doing things together, learning together, eating together, having fun together. 

The Buckfastleigh Community Development Project Trust
were given a grant to help maintain the activity they had been carrying out for many years providing a professional youth club service on the edge of Dartmoor. 

Torbay Street Pastors’ “Safe Place” project for its Safe Bus.  

St Petrock's, Exmouth has been assisted with its Welfare Advice Service for homeless people.

The Prison Choir Project has been assisted with its Welfare Advice Service for homeless people.

Landworks, Dartmouth have been enabled to buy a new polytunnel and a shed to expand their market garden enterprise for prisoners and ex-prisoners.

Home Start, Newton Abbot has received a grant toward a new resilient Families Project.

Ladies' Lounge, Coombinfishacre have been given a grant to buy equipment and to expand their service.

Bungalow Youth Project, Ilsington has been given a grant to assist in moving to new premises.  

Campernown Play Park, Modbury has been assisted with funding an essential modernisation project.

Link Academy Trust, Ashburton received a grant toward the Inclusion Hub. 

Open Door, Exmouth received funding toward the new
Community Cafe.  

Friends of South Dartmoor Association, Ashburton received funding to facilitate teaching staff help for disadvantaged pupils. 

Newton and Noss Network, Newton Ferrers have been given a grant toward the Injury Minimisation Programme for Schools. 

TRAYE, Buckfastleigh received funds to support the Five
Squared Project.  

Plymouth Youth Sailing Club were given a grant to assist in moving to new premises. 

Community Housing Aid, Exeter received a grant for its Nightstop project providing overnight accommodation for young people in need of urgent help.