Community Projects

Safer Communities CIC gets involved in lots of community activities and initiatives across Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent.

We specialize in delivering or supporting projects which help to make Staffs a safer, happier, healthier and nicer place to live.

So far we have supported young people through delivery of Princes Trust courses and providing Street Stadia sports activities to young people. We have also helped people to live healthier lives through the Family Food and Fun Programme and feel more connected to their local area through the Coffee Station project at Newcastle. We help Staffordshire Fire and Rescue to promote their free community facilities and have complimented this through the Safer Communities Pledge and Tamworth Community Garden.

To find out more about projects that we are running at the moment then please select an option from the drop down menu.

If you are a community group and would like Safer Communities CIC to support your goals then get in touch with us.
26/02/20
A thank you letter received from Stoke Live at Home Scheme -

Dear Safer Communities CIC,

I would like to take this opportunity on behalf of Stoke North Live at Home scheme, to thank you for the funding we received from yourselves. It is a huge challenge to stay afloat in the current charity climate, so to have funding to replace and install new equipment is a blessing.

We applied for funding of £497.49 to replace two bingo machines and to buy a karaoke machine. However after bargain hunting and the sales, the funding allowed us to buy two of each items plus getting cover for any eventuality happening to the Karaoke machines, alongside a year’s supply of bingo tickets!

Your funding has resulted in us having a positive impact on over 100 people on a weekly basis, so a huge thank you to Safer Communities CIC, Our members are loving the chance to play bingo without the machine breaking down half way through, they are also enjoying some karaoke and pleasant music while eating lunch.

It is only through funding we have been able to develop, grow and continue delivering our services to local older people who would otherwise be unable to get out of the house and enjoy socialising with like minded people. Thus, resulting in reducing the risk of loneliness and isolation.

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Many thanks, Liz Daley
Liz Daley, Live at Home Scheme Manager