Working with our community.
Prontaprint Russell Square are proud to work in the community supporting local charities by offering our printing services for free. You can find out more about what they do and other charities we have worked with in the past below.
Making a positive difference to young lives in Essex
Kids Inspire supports children and young people recovering from traumatic experiences or dealing with emerging mental health difficulties in Essex. With each child we meet we look and listen to how their past affects their present, reviewing closely the whole system revolving around them – school, family, peers. Alongside, we look at negative childhood experiences to make our practice trauma informed, addressing the causes rather than the symptoms.
Our qualified, experienced therapists have been trained in a broad range of orientations (psychodynamic, CBT, integrative, attachment focused, expressive arts, systemic) and work creatively to encourage body/mind reconnection, focusing on the strengths of the child and family in order to build and nurture resilience.
Our overall aim is to make a positive difference to young lives by shaping futures. Through proactive listening and therapeutic practice, we promote self-resilience, greater self-awareness, and relationship building to empower more positive life choices.
“ELHAP is a magical and unique charity, providing adventure play opportunities to disabled and disadvantaged children, young people and adults. Since 1976, we have supported tens of thousands of disabled children. Each year, ELHAP attracts over 8,000 visits from across North East London and EssexIn asserting children, young people and adults right to accessible, free and real adventure play opportunities, ELHAP believes in:
- respecting the dignity and self-worth of each young person
- respecting and valuing individual differences
- recognising the growing autonomy of each person
- respecting every person’s right to make choices regarding their lives
- recognise the potential of each person.!
People welcomed, valued and supported within a community in which they can flourish.
To work together with young people, families and adults of refugee background to provide practical, educational and social help. We create supportive relationships, networks and well informed services that enable people to access what they need in order to increase their wellbeing and safety.
To provide high quality information and advocacy services, tailored to the specific needs of refugees and asylum seekers, to ensure people understand and can access their rights and entitlements.
To offer a range of learning opportunities and environments which build people’s confidence, knowledge, skills and personal autonomy.
To provide spaces, activities and opportunities that facilitate the development of supportive relationships, communities and networks, and contribute to improved wellbeing.
To participate in networks, awareness raising and advocacy initiatives which aims to make policy, practice and attitudes more refugee friendly.
To strengthen our organisation.
“Ability Bow supports disabled people and those with health conditions to exercise in our specialist community gym. By helping people get fitter their independence and resilience improves and many return to living their lives independently.
Our specialist team aims to remove barriers to exercise and to support those who really need our help through our innovative and can-do approach to exercise.
We really are passionate about people and we strive to put the ability back into disability!”
Wheels for Wellbeing
“Since 2007 we’ve worked with thousands of disabled children and adults who face barriers to taking part in any physical activity. Informed by life-changing personal experience of disabled trustees, staff and volunteers, we’re determined to show that anyone can enjoy cycling, given the right equipment, support and environment. Wheels for Wellbeing exists to enhance disabled people’s lives by ensuring that anyone can access the physical, emotional, practical and social benefits of cycling.”