Get Moving for Share!
SHARE have launched a campaign to raise £10,000 to set up and run a cyber cafe at the hub (our outreach centre).
Homeless individuals who want to reintegrate into the workforce or wider society face a huge barrier due to a lack of basic technology or digital skills.
Studies have shown that within the homeless population there is a lack of effective education that builds confidence and skills, as well as barriers for entry within public spaces that provide Internet access.
Did you know?
- There are 4.3 million people (8%) in the UK with zero Basic Digital Skills
- 16% (8.6 million) of the UK are not able to fill out an online application form
- 18% of the UK adults claiming benefits (1.2 million people) have low or no digital capability at all
SOURCE: Lloyds Bank UK Consumer Digital Index
Cycle, swim, walk, run or scoot the length of the River Dee in 30 days. That's 110km / 68 miles!
Whether you're a regular gym user or new to exercise, it doesn't matter, we'll be with you every step of the way, sharing lots of support and advice throughout the challenge. There's no better time to take on a challenge that gets you moving whilst making a difference to your local community! Why not get your whole family involved and complete the challenge together?
2022 is the time to get colleagues in shape, re-energised, and engaged whether you run a challenge at work or via zoom remotely it is guaranteed to bring your workforce together. Corporate teams can be of any size and based anywhere. There's no better time than now to bring your team together to raise money for your local community.
At Share we support families in crisis and people who are homeless in Cheshire by providing valuable shelter, essential goods, advocacy and outreach services to those living rough on the streets of Chester.
The Share Hub is open daily to our friends who are homeless for hot meals, clothes and toiletries. It is also a place that offers support, activities, and help to meet peoples specific needs.
The Share team offer daily basic aid, but also help to empower people to positively move their lives forwards and engage with rebuilding their lives, or even volunteer on the Share Team themselves.
We signpost people to services, and continue to assist and support people during their transition into accommodation and then into employment.
How the funds will be used
- To purchase equipment such as computers, laptops, tablets, printers and smartphones
- To fund digital skills training (including staffing costs) in areas such as using email, basic office applications, job searching, form filling and accessing health, housing and support services
- To fund online training and e-learning courses to gain vital digital skills and help people into employment