DDCAP is a key strategy partner and patron of the Prince’s Trust Mosaic Programme. The main objective of the partnership is to support young men and women to complete their education. The programme aims to make a real and significant step change across key deprived communities and increase the number of young people it supports into positive, life changing outcomes.
Lord Mayor’s City Giving Day
The aim of the Lord Mayor’s City Giving Day is to raise awareness of the issues the City of London faces and to inspire employees to become part of the solution, by championing, showcasing and celebrating the good the City already does. This initiative provides DDCAP with the perfect opportunity to support charities in addition to giving its employees the chance to mix with their colleagues in a social and philanthropic setting.
Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation
The Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation is a charity that works nationally and internationally for peace and non-violent conflict resolution. The charity was founded in memory of two boys, Tim Parry and Johnathan Ball, who were tragically killed in the IRA’s bombing of Warrington in March 1993. The Foundation offers support to children and their families who are affected by terrorism anywhere in the world. The service provides skilled caseworkers, experienced in dealing with post-conflict, trauma, welfare, coping and recovery. During the last 12 months, the Foundation has worked with over 2400 young people from 5 to 16 years old through conflict resolution programmes. This included working with over 900 victims and their families affected by the Manchester Arena bombing, as well as the recent attacks in London, Paris and Tunisia. It continues to make a big difference to the lives of families in communities across Northwest England and beyond.