About the Guardians Grow Charity
The Guardians Grow Charity started its roots as a community group, evolving and reaching charity status in November 2020, in the heart of the Covid 19 Global Pandemic.
Our vision is by working collaboratively with people, Local Authorities and Organisations we aim to bring about change at a Social level: to do the social knitting required to create stronger and more resilient communities. Supporting them to identify and remove barriers that prevent them living connected lives, thus reducing isolation, loneliness and exclusion.
We work to reduce social distance and increase the visibility of underrepresented groups across all our interventions.
Our work involves utilising a range of projects and interventions to improve outcomes for communities that are often left behind.
Giving people time, undivided attention and empathy meets a fundamental emotional need and reduces distress and despair.
We are not like other charities, we are not afraid to challenge existing ways of doing things and pride ourselves in using innovative ideas to create projects that meet current changing needs. We refuse to accept that any life is worth less than another.
Everything we do is guided by our core values. They are more than simple words, they are the driving principles of behaviours and decision making, we should all strive to uphold and inspire in others. We want all people to have access to our services regardless of Age, Gender, Race, Sexual Orientation, Religion, Physical or Mental Disability, Culture, Ethnicity and Perspective.
We give everyone a voice.
We value each other’s contributions.
We behave respectfully towards each other and encourage a sense of belonging.
We are fair and transparent in all that we do.
We are responsible and accountable for our actions.
We work with people who share our values.
We are radical professionals, proud of our diversity and united by a common cause.
We support, respect and value each other without prejudice.
We believe individuals and communities are a force for positive change.
We drive ourselves and others to make things happen, empowering people to reach their full potential, aspiring to turn compassion into action.
We are an independent Charity rooted in the Communities we serve.
We use our voice to challenge and inspire change in services, public policy and people’s attitudes.
Meet the Team
Social justice, where poverty has been overcome. Equality for all. Living in dignity and security in their communities.
Serving our communities by providing services and projects that empower individuals and communities to thrive and reach their full potential.
Purpose & Objectives
The Purpose of the Charity is:
The relief of those in need by reason of youth, age, ill health, disability, financial hardship or other social or economic disadvantage.
The Objective of the Charity are:
The prevention or relief of poverty Economic / Community Development / Employment.
The Charity will do this by:
Building social cohesion and increasing community capacity, in particular increasing participation by underrepresented groups, such as ethnic minorities and families in poverty.
Facilitating social inclusion for people who are socially excluded due to financial hardship, unemployment, race, ethnicity empowering people to develop new practical and social skills through projects that bring communities together.
Providing or assisting in the provision of Advocacy / Support in the interests of social welfare.
Reducing health inequalities associated with long term physical and mental health conditions, providing work experience and volunteering opportunities for individuals who are often forgotten due to disabilities or differences providing a safe environment for them to grow and reach their full potential.
Our Mission Principles
Recognising and celebrating, we are all unique individuals, Embracing difference.
Everybody has the right to be included.
The core principle, we are all a community.
Standing firm and representing equality for all.
Our Policies and Procedures:
We are committed to the promotion of equality in the workplace and in all our activities and projects.
we undertake a wide range of activities to promote better outcomes to meet the needs of different groups and individuals.
As part of our commitment to equality, we support and protect against discrimination. For further information please request a copy of our Equality and Diversity policy.
TGGC is committed to its responsibility to safeguard and protect the interests and welfare of children, young people and vulnerable Adults.
TGGC understands the benefits of a multi-agency approach to safeguarding, child protection and family support. We expect all employees, board members and volunteers to share this commitment.
All employees and volunteers working for TGGC have a duty under the safeguarding vulnerable groups act 2006 and the Children’s Act 2004 to safeguard and promote the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults.
TGGC staff and volunteers go through rigorous Enhanced DBS procedures.
Can respond quickly to at-risk individuals. Please ask to see a copy of our safeguarding policy and procedures.
This sets out our confidentiality policy.
Comments, Compliments and complaints:
We want to work with you to provide the best services. TGGC policies and procedures establish the rules of conduct within our organization, outlining the responsibilities of employees, volunteers and employers. All policies are in place to protect the rights of workers as well as the interests of those using the services and are available for you to see any time upon request.
Our Commitment to you:
We welcome feedback on any aspect of our work.
We will make our comments, compliments and complaints procedure accessible to all. We want to know straight away if we got something wrong we will use the outcome of your feedback as a positive way of monitoring and improving our performance and services. We are committed to putting you first and providing a high-quality of service.
Please get in contact if you require any more information.