We have been funded by several organisations and without the faith and support of these, Tamar View's Youth Work Project would not have been as successful as it has to date.
Below, are all the organisations and individuals who have made our work possible.
The North Yard Community Trust
The North Yard Community Trust have funded the core costs of the project for three years, from 2014-2017, allowing Tamar View to expand its delivery.
HealthPerfect through The Health Lottery
We have been supported and funded by HealthPerfect through The Health Lottery. The funding covers the delivery of sessions that promote inclusion, community cohesion and a healthier lifestyle.
51 Community Interest Companies raising money to address health inequalities across England, Scotland and Wales through The Health Lottery.
Affinity Sutton funded our first project, the Community Ambassadors, and continue to support our delivery. They have been key to our development.
DCH continue to support our work both financially and in partnership. This relationship has been important for the growth of the provision.
Wiser Wonga have supported us regularly with both funding and partnership work. Our relationship has enabled our young people to access new opportunities elsewhere in the city.
Virginia House Settlement
The Virginia House Settlement provided funding for our summer programme in 2015 and 2016, enabling young people to access experiences that perhaps wouldn't have been possible.
The Albert Casanova Ballard Deceased Trust
The Albert Casanova Ballard Deceased Trust has support our work over the past few years with small grants towards our football and volunteering provision.
St Budeaux Councillors
Our local councillors have also supported the youth project delivered by Tamar View. They have contributed towards our activities.
Plymouth Drake Foundation
The Drake Foundation support the delivery of our Community Ambassador project with vital funding that allows for the continuation of this important provision.