was successfully added to your cart.

Basket

Game Changer

Tommy’s Story

21-year-old Tommy from Newquay is the first to admit that he lacked the motivation to get a job and improve his opportunities before taking part in Game Changer and working with his Navigator, Emma:  “Before I started working with Game Changer I was unemployed and had no ambition to get a job, I was just living off the doll as…
Lewis Gerry
21st June 2018
Game Changer

Hayden’s Story

16-year-old Hayden spent most of his childhood growing up in France. He struggled with dyslexia and the language barrier made his reading and writing skills even more challenging. Hayden can speak English and French fluently but without reading and writing skills, finding education and employment opportunities were extremely challenging and also led Hayden to feel low in confidence.   Despite this,…
Lewis Gerry
21st June 2018
Game Changer

Billy’s Story

Billy met his Game Changer Navigator, George, whilst attending A Band of Brothers – a growing movement of people changing how we all think and act about mental health problems, as George does volunteer work with them. Straight away, George could see how Billy could benefit from the support of the Game Changer programme. Before coming across Game Changer and…
Lewis Gerry
31st May 2018
Game Changer

Strong Women

Over a period of a few weeks in 2018,  the women of Talent Match and Game Changer had been taking part in a Strength training programme run by our Mid Coach team at Jolly Sailors Crossfit in Penryn. The team of women had been working hard to build their strength and confidence. They had another great session with one member…
Lewis Gerry
25th May 2018
Game Changer

Young entrepreneur meets Lottery CEO

He only established his recording studio 3 weeks ago, but already Jake Small has been keeping some impressive company. On Tuesday he met with Dawn Austwick OBE, CEO of Big Lottery, to share the story of how he and his friends set up Hungry Sounds Studios, a social enterprise that offers young people a chance to express themselves and build…
Lewis Gerry
9th May 2018
Game Changer

Miranda’s Story

Miranda is 24 years old. She's currently long-term unemployed and living in East Cornwall. Growing up, she was diagnosed with ADHD, which hindered her school experience. “I enjoyed the social aspect of school but from early on I was labelled as the kid who wouldn’t make it and at times was quite heavily bullied”. Whilst working as a PA for a disabled child, she was diagnosed with chronic migraines, causing Miranda to lose confidence…
Lewis Gerry
9th May 2018

01579 646005 / 0330 223 4158   |   26 Fore Street, Liskeard, Cornwall, PL14 3JB

Game Changer is funded by the European Social Fund and the National Lottery, through the National Lottery Community Fund.

Game Changer is delivered in Cornwall with funding from: