IN HOUSE USERS
G.L.O.W. (Giving Life Opportunities to Women)
GLOW is a cross community group delivering Personal development, life skills and life coaching for women and young girls.
THE WAREHOUSE PROJECT:
A youth organisation who passionately believe in young people as the now and not just the future!
HOBBY HORSE PLAYGROUP:
Our services include Hobby Horse Playgroup, Butterfly After schools Club, Parent & Tots group and Hobby Horse Family Support Group
CITY LIFE PROJECTS IS WORKING ALONGSIDE THE PROBATION SERVICE TO CHANGE LIVES FOR SAFER COMMUNITIES
City Life Projects is working alongside the Probation Board for Northern Ireland in a partnership to help make communities in Northern Ireland safer.
City Life Projects has received funding from the Probation Board to assist in delivering services to those who have offended. This partnership will enable offenders to pay back to the community for the harm they have caused and at the same time help in the prevention of any future re-offending.
Chief Executive of the Probation Board for Northern Ireland Cheryl Lamont said:
“PBNI is the lead organisation responsible for reducing reoffending. We work in partnership with a range of organisations across the community and voluntary sector and we are delighted to be in partnership with City Life in order to assist us to reduce reoffending.
PBNI is committed to working in every community in Northern Ireland. We are also committed to working in partnership. Indeed we believe that in order to rehabilitate and resettle those who have offended we must work collaboratively. This partnership will help us carry out our role of changing lives for safer communities.”
Pastor Jack McKee of City Life Projects has welcomed the funding provided by the Probation Board for Northern Ireland and said:
“We welcome this partnership with PBNI which is an organisation with its roots in every community in Northern Ireland. Through this partnership we will be doing our part with PBNI in changing lives for safer communities and we look forward to working together with the Probation Board into the future”