KRAN are delighted to announce that we have been awarded four year funding from the National Lottery for our Advocacy and Support Team work including complex case work, mentoring partnerships, vocational support and activities.
We are pleased to announce that we have successfully secured funding from the following funders recently to support our Learning for Life and youth activities: Blagrave Trust – The Listening Fund Project – for two years as part of a national initiative to support the voice of young people. Colyer-Fergusson Charitable Trust – Learning for … Continue reading New Funding Secured by KRAN
Four young women from Eritrea worked on this film which tells the story of Ruth and her reason for leaving her country
KRAN is delighted to announce that it has had a number of successful funding applications
The computer drop-in sessions are a chance for some support to get laptops and phones working and also for how-to-do-it tips for software. Young people often need help to tune a donated laptop or help to secure a phone. Staff and volunteers guide them through the steps to get things working smoothly again and accompany … Continue reading Launching careers
A mentee from SRYP talks about the experience of going to university: Moving to Bristol has been a very good change for me. It is a big experience living in a different environment. I am less supported here and that has made me be more independent. I am away from people who are in similar situations to … Continue reading Diary of a Young Asylum Seeker
I decided that I wanted to do something positive in the local community, therefore I decided to volunteer. I got KRAN’s details from Canterbury volunteer bureau and contacted them about the opportunity to teach maths and help as a teaching assistant in English classes. Apart from helping during English classes, I taught some of the … Continue reading My Experience Volunteering at KRAN