Grimsby and Cleethorpes Area Doorstep

Humberside

The project

LandAid supports Grimsby and Cleethorpes Area Doorstep, an organisation that helps disadvanataged young people by providing safe accommodation and learning opportunities. In 2012/13, LandAid gave a grant of £25,000 to contribute to the creation of a welcoming learning, meeting and activity space within the charity's centre. 

A second LandAid grant of £130,000 was awarded in 2016/17 to the charity's 'Saved and Sound' Empty Homes project which is renovating six properties to create 11 bedrooms for young people in severe housing need, including young parents and their children.

The impact

With 60% of the charity's clients lacking any formal education, training or employment, the improved learning space is a key asset to the services Doorstep can offer. Around 750 young local people at risk of homelessness will benefit from better opportunities through the learning space part-funded by LandAid.