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The Play Aloud project is supported by Re-Create, The Parents Federation, Voluntary Action Cardiff and the Vale Centre for Voluntary Services.
With funding already coming from bodies including the Community Foundation in Wales, Voluntary Action Cardiff and Communities First, Rev Gould hopes to attract even bigger funders and to turn the project into a charity.
Voluntary Action Cardiff (VAC) in partnership with Vale of Glamorgan Centre for Voluntary Services (VCVS) receives pounds 25,000 for work with young people who are not in education, employment or training (NEETs), carers and older people, people with mental health needs, people with long-term conditions, and people with learning disabilities.
From sports camps and training to inspirational visits to football clubs and stadiums across the UK, Voluntary Action Cardiff (VAC), South Wales Police, Communities First, East Cardiff Neighbourhood Management Team and the Rumney Forum have all been working alongside professional sports clubs to provide youngsters in the area with opportunities to really turn their lives around.
The two-week long project, which is being co-ordinated by anti-poverty charity The Safe Foundation alongside Communities First and Peter Griffiths from Voluntary Action Cardiff, aims to give volunteering opportunities to young people who would not normally have the chance to travel and educate marginalised children in Sierra Leone in the areas of sexual health and nutrition.
Grants in the past year included pounds 5,000 for the Al Falah Centre in Cardiff to help with services to the Bangladeshi community and pounds 4,000 for Voluntary Action Cardiff to provide oneday events for black and ethnic carers.
It was organised by Cardiff FC Community and Education Foundation coach and development officer Peter Griffiths and coach and social inclusion officer Mathew Holland in partnership with South Wales Police, Voluntary Action Cardiff, East Cardiff Neighbourhood Management, Communities First and Cardiff FC Futsal Scholars.
Peter Griffiths, of Voluntary Action Cardiff, said: "We are coming across some really talented youngsters.
The event, which will run from 10am to 3pm, is organised by Voluntary Action Cardiff (VAC), the Cardiff EMC Communities First Team and Communities First staff from the Rumney, Trowbridge and St Mellons areas.
Organised by Voluntary Action Cardiff (VAC), South Wales Police, Rumney Chapel and the Rumney Forum, the event was held at the local community centre.
The event was organised by South Wales Police, Rumney Chapel, the Rumney Forum and Voluntary Action Cardiff.
The Environmental Law Foundation, with the support of Cardiff Civic Society and Voluntary Action Cardiff, is running the workshop to help people gain an insight into the environmental issues around planning applications.
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