LEF is an Essex based non-profit helping children in the UK and its poorest regions of Europe
Youth Development project
The Little Edi Foundation is an Essex based non-profit where children and young people are at the heart of the organisation. We believe all children should have equal access to education and learning development, enabling them to reach their full potential. To achieve this, we focus on creating development opportunities for disadvantaged young people from local areas by offering grants to volunteer overseas in Europe’s poorest country, Moldova.
By supporting our educational community-based projects in Moldova, our students of the UK Youth Development Project have benefited from improved relationships with peers and adults, improved behaviour and management of emotions, and increase in their self-esteem. We believe by providing them the opportunity to “give back”, they have developed key skills that prepare them for the working world.
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Feeding Children Over Half Term Day 1 Today we continued to do what we do best ensuring that children in our project are happy and fed. We have been doing this since the beginning of March and we appreciate businesses and supporters assisting us along the way. Today Mamma Dells
We all know Marcus Rachford and his amazing campaign for food poverty. Long term he wants….. 1.Extension of the free school meal scheme. 2.Extention of the Health start scheme ( free fruit and vegetables) 3.Extension of free holiday schemes with meals. We at Little Edi Foundation are one step ahead
Summer School! Little Edi Foundation are very proud to announce we are to hold our first Summer School. August 4th -7th.This will be at Widford Lodge School and split into three areas.Education where children will have the opportunity to catch up on subjects they individually feel they have fallen behind in.
Decorate a Box Competition Yesterday we laid out over 100 colouring boxes for our 4 of our special volunteer drivers to judge. They took their time as it was SO difficult, the children had spent a lot of time and effort ensuring their box was “just right” However Joshua Brown,