PCAP delivers projects as well as coaching and mentoring sessions that enable beneficiaries to use education as a tool for personal and collective improvement.
We are delighted to be delivering Be Educated and Fit for Life (BEFit4Life), a 3-year project we launched in January 2020, aimed at providing career and personal development to 150 young people aged 16-21 who are not in education, employment or training (NEET), or who are at risk of becoming NEET and getting involved in crime in Lambeth, Wandsworth and Southwark.
This project is supported by the Young Londoners’ Fund.
Nick Lancaster, BEFit4Life’s Outreach Coordinator, talks about his experience.
Impact of PCAP’s Work
Since its inception in 2008, PCAP has had a remarkable impact in the areas of education, leadership development and social engagement.
• Over 10,000 people educated through conferences, roundtables, training workshops and policy briefings in the UK, Africa, Europe and North America.
• Over 25 educational programmes successfully completed.
• Over 2,000 aspiring and existing leaders trained and nurtured in the UK and Africa.
• Over 100 young people, mainly from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic communities provided with leadership training and support.
• Over 40 leadership training sessions provided.
• Over 100 newsletters published.
• Over 20 policy briefings at the UK parliament (both at the House of Lords and the House Commons).
• Over 20 policy and research papers published.
• Over 50 media appearances.
• 2020 City Bridge Trust Crisis Response grant
• 2020 Young Londoners Fund grant for BEFit4Life
• 2019 Generation Success Award for Youth Mentoring
• 2018 Aviva Community Fund grant for Lead4Hope
• 2013 African Diaspora Award for Community Education
• 2010 Awards for All grant for Afrobeat Isolation
(Young Londoners’ Fund)
City Bridge Trust
(Crisis Response Fund)
We have successfully partnered with a wide variety of organisations including: