The Anne Matthews Trust
The Ann Matthews Trust (AMT) runs a unique residential centre in the village of Corris on the edge of Snowdonia National Park. It serves as a sanctuary, learning space and community hub for young adults from refugee and migrant backgrounds though welcomes any individual or group effected by inequality, poverty, discrimination or oppression. AMT are partnering with Feedback Global on their EcoTalent youth apprenticeship scheme, part funded by the Government?s Kickstart programme. AMT are using Fore funding to offer 6 month placements to 4 of their apprentices from refugee/migrant backgrounds over 12 months, bringing much needed capacity to Braich Goch and advancing their mission.
Funding programme:Core Programme
Funding round:2021 Spring
Sector: Arts and culture, Youth and education, Environment, Health and wellbeing, Poverty and disadvantage