Archives: Case Studies

Essex Multicultural Activities Network

Black and minority ethnic (BME) communities in Essex, particularly those living in south Asian communities, have received confidence-building support and empowerment in the form of the Essex Multicultural Activities Network (EMAN). EMAN, a community interest company, delivers physical activity and positive activities to females from the Asian community to help them gain confidence and independence,… Read more »

Motivated Minds – Basildon

Funding: We are currently developing a project in partnership with Motivated Minds to tackle the rising issue of mental health disorder, specifically in Basildon. We have so far been successful in securing part funding for this from the Charles S French Charitable Trust, however we are still in the process of sourcing the funding required for this project… Read more »

Achievement Through Football

Funding: The Active Essex Foundation is currently fundraising for a vital new project aimed at utilising the power of Physical Activity to tackle the anti-social behaviour of young people in Southend. So far we have kindly received a charitable grant from Fowler, Smith and Jones. Fowler, Smith and Jones are an Essex based grant giving trust,… Read more »

Canvey Get Set Youth

“We will train local residents as sports coaches and youth workers so they can support the sessions and so the project becomes community led and sustainable beyond the life of the funding”. Funding This Active Essex Foundation supported programme has been funded by The Peoples Health Trust. This youth engagement project over 2 years specifically targeting Canvey… Read more »

Epping Forest – Estates based project

“Key to the project is putting young and local people at the centre of this project, empowering them to take ownership” Funding This is an Active Essex Foundation supported project. Funding has been awarded to the Foundation from the Police and Crime Commission Community Safety Development fund to deliver a 12 month project on the… Read more »