SECH project Get The Kids Out held a Free coffee morning in the Victoria Hub. A Big Thank You to Wilkinsons for donating a brand new kettle to help make all those coffees and teas.
SECH HuB Project has donated 4 computers to the Southend Treatment And Recovery Service (STARS). They will be used to support its clients in getting online, job searching and benefit support.
Our Volunteer service has a brand new website https://volunteersouthend.co.uk/
You can register to volunteer through the website. please email if you have any queries to firstname.lastname@example.org
SECH and the Hub Project are supporting Get on Line 2018
Come to our Victoria Hub Southend to learn how to make a website on 15th October.
more information see https://www.hubproject.co.uk
We are pleased to announce the South Essex Community Hub has recently been awarded the Volunteering contract for the Southend Borough.
Working with our partners we are in the process of setting up a volunteer management platform which should be up and running shortly, if you would like to promote an opportunity or are interested in volunteering please email us on – email@example.com or contact us by phone 01702 611199.
Thank you for your patience, we look forward to working with you.
Well Done to Amanda, Jacob, Maria and David from the Hub Project, they completed the Hate Crime Ambassador Training
You can now talk to and report Hate Crime to our Ambassdors in the Hub Project.
Hate crimes are any crimes that are targeted at a person because of hostility or prejudice towards that person’s:
race or ethnicity
religion or belief
This can be committed against a person or property.
A victim does not have to be a member of the group at which the hostility is targeted. In fact, anyone could be a victim of a hate crime.
Announcing Malcolm Clarke as our new Chairman
We’re pleased to be able to announce that Malcolm Clarke has been appointed as our new Chairman. He will take up post from November 2017 following South Essex Community Hub AGM succeeding David Solis.
A big thank you to David Solis, for his guidance in steering this group from the beginning and to the formation of the charity.
Embracing new opportunities
Malcolm Clarke has many years of experience working in the community with expertise in media and training. We are looking forward to more growth and development with new and existing projects as SECH.
The Hub Project celebrated the festive season with a Christmas Party for the project volunteers.