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GizCarney's Community is proud of the lasting impact our work has on the lives of young people. We've just published a new case study about Giz, who discovered that boxing gave him an attractive escape from a hopeless life of crime. Giz has since set up a boxing programme for other young people from disadvantaged backgrounds - a worthwhile endeavour doing something he loves: teaching boxing! Read more here ...

Booky and SachmoA number of Carney's Community participants are looking to set up their own social enterprise businesses. Not only are these participants looking to set up their own money making ideas, they are keen to incorporate a way to help other young, disadvantaged people in the community, and keep the good work of Carney's going through their own projects.

At the moment they are all looking for funding for their ideas and projects, and we would like to help them achieve the necessary requirements to set up their community projects in partnership with Carney's Community. ...continue reading "Social enterprise businesses"

Work with usCarney's is currently recruiting for a 'centre manager' for the new premises we will soon be moving into!

The ideal candidate will have experience in youth work and/or working with young adults and will take overall responsibility for the management of ‘The Centre’, an exciting new space we will be taking over in September.  ...continue reading "Carney’s Community is hiring!"

June NewsletterCarney's Community has been very busy over the last year and we have lots of news to share.

View this month's newsletter here, and please subscribe to our mailing list to keep up to date with all our latest news and progress.

George Turner wins Civic AwardGeorge Turner was awarded a Wandsworth Civic Award in December 2013. Here is is nomination by Caroline Sharp, Senior Probation Officer: ...continue reading "George Turner Wins Wandsworth Civic Award"