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Mpower project gets funding for two more years

A charity supporting Great Yarmouth women who have had their children taken into care will run for... Read more

Major school revamp could mean new building for 900 pupils

A major regeneration of one of Ipswich’s main schools could see a new building for up to 900... Read more

Ormiston Families launches campaign ‘Add a splash of colour this Christmas’

The new ‘Add a splash of colour this Christmas’ campaign, featuring mascot Penelope Penguin,... Read more

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Ormiston Families

Ormiston Families logoOrmiston Families is a leading charity for children and young people in the East of England. They provide services to support children and young people from disadvantaged communities who face the very real dangers of social exclusion. Ormiston Families is entirely independent of Ormiston Trust who fund some/a proportion of their core costs and project costs.

Ormiston Families run four core programmes of work to ensure the best possible outcomes for children and families across East Anglia.

The Nurture Programme supports the development of children in their early years; The Engage Programme improves outcomes for young people in education; The Unite Programme works with prisoners’ families; and The Connect Programme promotes the well-being of individuals in the local community.

Visit the Ormiston Families website.

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RT @iwill_ormiston Next up on our #MondayMotivation list of young people who are changing the world for the better, is naturalist, conservationist and @iwill_campaign ambassador, @NaturalistDara! #iwillormiston pic.twitter.com/fS46NW8m9p

Yesterday from Ormiston Trust's Twitter

Latest news

Mpower project gets funding for two more years

A charity supporting Great Yarmouth women who have had their children taken into care will run for... Read more

Major school revamp could mean new building for 900 pupils

A major regeneration of one of Ipswich’s main schools could see a new building for up to 900... Read more

Ormiston Families launches campaign ‘Add a splash of colour this Christmas’

The new ‘Add a splash of colour this Christmas’ campaign, featuring mascot Penelope Penguin,... Read more