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We are now working with Youth Engagement Slough (YES) and Slough Children's Services Trust (SCST) to integrate ‘Housing Support’ and bespoke ‘Family Support’ into our existing projects.
Destiny Social & Skills Club
The weekly social club gives members the chance to take part in a number of activities including; arts and crafts, bowling and table football.

As the project has progressed, members have begun to shape the activities to meet their specific needs.
Sue Njuguna, founder and Head of Operations at Destiny Support CIC, said: “This funding from Peoples' Health Trust will help us expand our work in the community and enable us to continue our very special social club".
It takes place every thursday 10am and 12pm at Chalvey Community Centre, The Green, Slough, SL1 2SP.
The club is an opportunity for adults with additional needs, their families, carers and the local community to meet the Destiny Support team, try activities and find out how to get involved at the social club.
Basic Computer Skills

Free course every Thursday from 10am-12.30pm at Chalvey Community Centre, SL1 2SP.

  • Learn the basics of computing, IT, mouse, keyboard and basic internet and email.
  • Learn at your own pace, as quickly or as slowly as you would like to
  • Learn to use the Internet
  • Learn to type your CV

We are a UKonline Centre and the courses are funded by Slough Borough Council.

Building Family Bridges

Funded jointly by the Big Lottery Fund and European Social Fund as part of the Building Better Opportunities programme, is designed to improve long term prospects of families with complex needs by reducing barriers that prevent them from entering and sustaining employment.

Building Better Opportunities

A new partnership where we work with communities to provide real benefits to people facing multiple disadvantages by tailoring a supported employment model. Jointly funded by Big Lottery & European Social Fund.

SPACE (Slough Prevention Alliance Community Engagement)

Open to all of Slough’s residents with particular target to our ‘hard to reach’ communities:-

  • A holistic approach of assessing, planning and  providing tailored individual and group support that improve peoples’ chances in life by becoming productive inclusive members of the community

  • Provision of basic advice and information on a range of health issues

  • Translation and interpretation services

  • Personal development opportunities through volunteering and training; referrals, support and advocacy work

  • Money/debt advice and welfare benefits (income maximisation)

  • Offer housing related advice and support to people regardless of their current tenure status, thus addressing the needs of currently excluded individual
For more information, please contact Huneeda on 01753 552271/577458
email info@destinysupport.org or visit www.destinysupport.org

Social Club Relaunch