Ethan, from Alloa Academy, and his Youth Philanthropy Initiative group Liam, Kaitlyn, Marta and Robyn have produced an animated video about the work of Reachout. Ethan had a personal connection to Reachout through previous projects we'd done with his family members and in partnership with Play Alloa and this was the impetus for the group choosing Reachout as their charity to represent. The group will present their research to their school in a competition to win £3000 for the
All of us at Reachout are full of pride for our trio of star philanthropists, Amy, Calli and Alix (pictured, left to right) who courageously stood up at their school's Youth Philanthropy Initiative event and talked passionately about the work Reachout does in the Clacks and Forth Valley community...AND WON!!! Woohooooo! After some great conversations Reachout's Andy had with them at Lornshill Academy's Charity Expo Event, the three girls visited Reachout to research the chari
What a fantastic morning we had at @PlayAlloa today. It's a place full of energy and positivity.
We listened to some really thought provoking and inspiring stories from their young people about their experiences before and after attending Play Alloa, from a truly inspiring employee and volunteer Lisa Hertwig, about her experiences living with Cystic Fibrosis, from Emma Scott of Disability Equality Scotland about her role and collaboration with PA, from Maria and her brillia
Reachout With Arts In Mind invites you to the launch of
An exhibition of artworks produced in a series of workshops based around the theme of identity, in conjunction with Childrens Mental Health Week 2018.
Featuring young people who attend Community House and Hawkhill Centre Alloa, Students of Alva Academy and Reachout Members.
Refreshments and snacks provided. #Inspire #ChildMentalHealthWeek #reachoutandinspire #Exhibition #youngpeople
As part of the development of our INSPIRE programme for young people, Reachout is doing community sessions for #ChildrensMentalHealthWeek this week and next. Tonight is the second of our Being Ourselves sessions at Community House, Alloa On Monday we kicked off with a session looking at identity and collectively celebrating difference. We can hardly wait for tonight's session- such a lively group of young people. Next week we are at the Hawkhill Centre, Alloa, for more identi
As the inspirational James Docherty of Scotland's Violence Reduction Unit testified in his truly uplifting speech to Clacks Council's 'Resilience in the Face of Adversity' conference recently, 'High Aces' are the only criteria for gang initiation in Scotland. It's excellent that these factors are being recognised and action is underway. We very much hope that our forthcoming Inspire programme for young people can play a part in that much needed action. #makescotlandagreatplac