“Our vision is to be at the forefront of improving life chances for children and families through the development of community-led solutions.”
Family Gateway is an award-winning North East charity that is committed to using local people to deliver enterprising community-led solutions to families, children, young people and communities.
FACTS & FIGURES
Our Social Impact
We have a solid evidence base for our work across our programmes and are extremely proud to have achieved the following:
What do we do?
We provide bespoke support to whole families with complex lives who have barriers to accessing help. We work with them to improve life chances for them and their children.
How do we do it?
We employ local people who have experienced the same or similar issues as those we support and we help families acknowledge, accept and address their underlying issues.
Where we do it
We work in communities with the highest levels of multiple deprivation in the North East of England, and where children’s life chances at lowest.
Who supports us
We are lucky to be supported by a range of grant funders, commissioners, donors, and foundations. Local people also give their time to help us achieve our outcomes.
NEWS & UPDATES
The latest news about our work
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After 8 years, it’s time for Pauline to pass on the baton of Family Gateway’s Chief Executive to the next leader. It's a sad time but we know that she looks back with fondness and pride at what's been achieved and with what is still to come. Pauline said: “I started...
Life-changing centres where people living with Dementia and their families can receive vital support are set to appear in the North East for the first time. We're so proud to be one of Age UK's Dementia Meeting Centres, offering individually-tailored, expert-led...
We’ve been working with Northumbria Police’s Violence Reduction Unit to support some of the most vulnerable young people in our local area. The purpose of the VRU is to improve lives to prevent crime, and one of the key ways to do that is early intervention. By...