Our Key Objectives

Our Key Objectives

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July 2017
Through funding from ESF we have delivered an employability course to prepare young people and young mums for the world of work
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June 2017
The kids that come to our youth club worked hard to create a video that portrays what they think about Centre 63. We are totally blow away by it, what do you think? Click below to watch.  
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March 2017
Starting March 30th the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine and the University of Liverpool are joining our Youth Club to perform a series of interactive workshops right here at Centre 63! Kids can perform real experiments with real scientists! Completely free! It's free to join our Youth Club and free food is provided for your child. Ages 8-12: 4:30pm - 6:30pm Ages 13-17 6:45pm - 20:30pm  
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Our Funders and Supporters:
The Rank FoundationJMFHenry Smith Charity
supporting peopleThe big Deal
J Paul GettyCatch 22
comic reliefChildren in Need
  • To deliver a service that meets young people’s needs and wants across the whole area of  benefit.
  • To achieve and maintain an income from funders to secure the provision of high quality informal and community education.
  • To provide quality support that meets the needs and expectations of funders.
  • To be a learning and improving organisation through effective governing and management.
  • To monitor the effectiveness of the service clearly.
  • To review the services we provide and develop new services as required.
  • To continually develop an understanding of all the stakeholder groups we work with in order to be a valuable partner in the formation of local strategic planning.