Introduction

The Future Regeneration of Grangetown (FROG Community Forum) was established in 1996 when Grangetown was awarded Government Single Regeneration Budget. FROG was formed by a group of active residents to continue the Regeneration of Grangetown post SRB. It is managed by a profoundly committed group of local volunteer, resident directors who reflect the diverse nature of the community and thus possess a keen insight into the problems that affect Grangetown people. FROG became a registered Charity and Company Ltd by Guarantee in 1999, a Development Trust in 2005 and is designated the Community Anchor organisation for the area. 

 

Our main purpose is to enhance the day-to-day lives of local people by: promoting social inclusion, cultivating social enterprise, creating employment opportunities, facilitating and expanding local learning and training opportunities and designing, developing and delivering a wide range of neighbourhood-based social, economic and environmental initiatives. FROG organisation aims to actively encourage and support widespread community participation, increase the number of active volunteers and; reinvigorate community pride through which a sustainable, stronger local community can be achieved. 

FROG Street Cred – Creative Environmental Programme

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Tees Valley Pathways

The Tees Valley Pathways Programme will support 6,040 young people aged 15 to 29 years
old across the Tees Valley who are unemployed or inactive with the aim of progressing the
individuals into education, employment, training or self-employment. The programme is
supported under the Youth Employment Initiative and delivered by a consortium of
organisations from the Public, Private and Voluntary Sector. The programme is part-funded by
the European Social Fund and Youth Employment Initiative as part of the 2014-2020 European
Structural & Investment Funds Growth Programme in England.