Much of our wonderful work is on hold at the moment as we, like you, come to terms with the enormous challenges that the Coronavirus is bringing.
However our brilliant learning team are continuing to support the young people who come to us for training and work experience. We are in regular contact with them, some still coming to Foundation House, while others learn at home and receive other support they need.
We continue to welcome new trainees who are 16-19 years old (or up to 24 with SEND) who are not registered with a school or college and who might benefit from support at home. Email email@example.com if you would like to find out more.
Many of our social enterprises have had to close; however our nursery provision is open. If you are looking for a place ring us on 01908 311112.
We have recommenced our veggie mail service on a fortnightly basis. We have a delivery service within Wolverton or you can collect directly from the Urb Farm on the relevant Friday. You can get an order form by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are looking for Sew and Grow’s amazing reusable period pads you can buy them online at our Folksy Shop, or on the veggie mail. We are working hard to look after the Urb Farm and our bees and our amazing local honey is available at Foundation House as well as veggie mail.
Cycle Saviours has re-opened initially for donations of bicycles only on a Thursday and Friday. We hope to be open to sell bicycles again very soon.
Unfortunately our Think Food Café is closed as well as our Learning Tree forest school. We will be exploring how we can reopen these over the next few weeks.
If you need to contact us there is a small team here during office hours on 01908 311112 or you can email us at email@example.com.
We, like many other local charities, will struggle to manage in the current crisis and we will need your support if we are to emerge in a position to continue our work. If you feel able to donate you can do so online using the button below.
Please stay safe and well and we look forward to working with you sometime, in what we hope will be, the not-too-distant-future.
We are an innovative local charity growing people and community through social enterprise. Our eight exciting enterprises work to ‘co-produce’ solutions to locally identified issues that have a global importance.
The enterprises are staffed by amazing teams of young people who have struggled with mainstream education. Their enterprise work experience is supported by accredited training enabling trainees to build confidence and make good choices for the next steps in life.
Our roots are within the Christian community, but we work, learn and play together with people of all faiths and none; celebrating diversity and welcoming people from all parts of our community.
This video gives a flavour of who we are and what we do; we hope you enjoy it, want to find out more and get involved!
Our social enterprises need support to continue our work.
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Milton Keynes Christian Foundation operate a number of Social Enterprises and services. Please take a look at them below.
Milton Keynes Christian Foundation
Aylesbury Street, Wolverton
Milton Keynes MK12 5HX