Cashback – Towards New Futures

The Foundation’s Cashback For Communities – Towards New Futures programme aims to re-engage young people with current or past convictions and help them move towards a more positive future including working, volunteering or further education.

The project is delivered within Ibrox Stadium and works in partnership with four Scottish prisons and Govan Thriving Place (as well as other referral routes) to target and support a variety of young people aged 16 - 24 from the local area and beyond.

Participants will improve their physical and mental health by taking part in accredited fitness and coaching sessions and a mental health first aid course. The initiative includes a variety of formal and industry recognised awards (including utilising the Foundation’s SQA Centre status), vocational work experience and the development of core skills which will greatly enhance their employment prospects and CVs.

The programme is free and is run four days per week for eight weeks. Participants will also have continued support after completion of the course to help them stay motivated and on track to achieving their goals.

CashBack for Communities is a unique Scottish Government programme which takes funds recovered through the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 and invests them into community programmes, facilities and activities largely aimed at diverting young people at risk away from potentially criminal or anti-social behaviour.

Watch a video here for more about the course and hear directly from partipants. 

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Cashback Success Stories –

Andre's Story

Sam's Story

Participants put their new skills to good use when they saved a women’s life by using their first aid knowledge. 

Cashback Success For Declan: “It Changed My Life!”

Also, you can read our Child's Rights and Wellbeing Impact Assessment here -  childrens_rights_wellbeing_impact_assesment_-_february_2022.pdf