The Wheels Project awarded the QUEEN’S AWARD FOR VOLUNTARY SERVICE
The Wheels Project has been awarded the QUEEN’S AWARD FOR VOLUNTARY SERVICE. It is an unbelievable honour and a wonderful endorsement of the groups’ work in this, our 40th anniversary year.
Aimed at 14-18 year-olds struggling with their academic studies, our range of programmes focus on being practical and progressive.
We work in collaboration with a wide range of organisations who share our values and goals in equality, diversity and inclusivity.
We rely on the volunteers who offer everything from management expertise to training to fundraising. Could you spare some time?
The Wheels Project
For over 30 years The Wheels Project has played a significant role in providing training and counselling in employment, road safety and crime reduction
The Wheels Project is Registered Charity (1081236) established since 1979 as an Alternative Education Provision for 15-24 year olds who need support in developing vocational and social skills to enable them to re engage with education, employment and their communities.
The young people with whom we work live mostly in the socially deprived areas of Bristol but we also accept referrals from groups based in surrounding areas such as the Unitary Authorities in BANES, South Gloucestershire and North Somerset.