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ESG Amplified: Powering Corporate Impact with Small Charities

Join us on Wednesday 1st May to take a deep dive into the social element of ESG, exploring the myriad of benefits engaging with the community can bring to a business.

A positive future shouldn’t just happen by chance

SkyWay supports young people and their communities in London to identify, offer and access opportunities to build their confidence and skills so they can create the future they deserve.

Office space for hire

We’re seeking another charity to share our office space in Hackney for 2 days pw (Tues + Wed). Available now.

What’s on

Discover activities that are happening near you.

We seek to run our sessions at fixed times but timetables are subject to change due to a variety of circumstances. Please contact us to check 020 7729 6970 / info@skyway.london

 

All our sessions are free and there’s no need to book, but we do require participants to be registered with us

 

Latest News

Hackney Rep Partner!

We are pleased to announce we are part of the Hackney REP Partnership.    Hackney REP is a community partnership of voluntary sector organisations and professionals committed to preventing school exclusions and ensuring education is an equitable experience for young people from all backgrounds in Hackney. In Hackney, our young people face a school exclusion rate… Read more

SkyWay Transitions Update

In April 2023, SkyWay began a pilot project to work with young people in year 6 at Thomas Fairchild School and support them through the transition to secondary school.  15 young people were referred to receive additional support throughout the transition period, some were also identified as being at-risk of exclusion. The project was sports-focused,… Read more

Hackney REP host at Hackney Mental Health Week

On Saturday 25th November, Hackney Rep hosted an event at Hackney Quest (Well Street) highlighting the impact of school exclusions on young peoples mental health as part of Hackney Mental Health Week.  Rates of school exclusion in Hackney vastly exceed those across London and have significant negative impacts on children and young people’s mental health. We wanted… Read more

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befriending in the community

For older people and those with health needs.

Every Wednesday 11am-2pm in Hoxton / Shoreditch

Appointments can be made for alternative days. Please contact Fiona 07741 900 112 / fiona@skyway.london

 

Community walking club

Every Thursday 12-2pm from the Blue Hut Youth & Community Hub

Want to meet new people? Get out and about? Get active?

We’ve started up a walking club for people of abilities to go out and about in the local area. Come and join us!

For more information contact Fiona 07741 900 112 / fiona@skyway.london

 

covid vaccine support / Living with covid

We can help you to get the vaccine by booking you an appointment or support you to go to a walk-in site

We offer on the day and follow-up support

You can book your own vaccine by calling 119 or going to nhs.uk/coronavirus or we can book it for you

If you would like our support, leave your details and we’ll be in touch. Contact us

TALKING CHARITY PARTNERSHIPS

Watch our #internationaldayofcharity video on charity partnerships with CIBC, Lennox Children’s Cancer Fund and School Home Support

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Hire our spaces

From our sports pitch, hall and kitchen, to our recording studio and gym, SkyWay has some fantastic hireable spaces, all in easy reach of public transport and fully accessible.

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We’re now back running vital face-to-face activities for young people and their communities. Our services are in demand and needed more than ever. Help us continue our work supporting young people and their communities throughout London.

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