Exceptional Education at the Heart of the Community

Oasis support over 23,000 people across 36 communities in 2018/19

Oasis support over 23,000 people across 36 communities in 2018/19

“We are a movement of people who are committed to transforming the communities in which we live, learn and work.” - A large community charity announce that they have supported 23,304 individuals accessing their services and programmes in the year 2018/19.

Across the network of Hubs, Oasis UK delivers youth, children’s and community work including community cafés, farms, parents and

toddler groups, debt advice centres, food pantries, family support services, Oasis churches, mentoring schemes for children and young people, youth work, adult education programmes and healthy living projects.

The impact report shows that Oasis supported thousands of people in the last twelve months and at a glance; 7,390 at events and celebrations, 5,287 via advice and support services, 6,975 in youth and children’s work, and 5,202 in community empowerment and adult education projects.

Dave Parr, CEO of Oasis Community Partnerships, said; “Thank you to all our supporters, partners, staff and community members. I hope you are proud of all that we have achieved together and that you are looking forward to the difference we can make in the future. It is a privilege to work with you all and I can’t wait to see what we will accomplish in the coming year.”

Youth work is just one of the many areas Oasis works in across its communities, they use ‘Outcomes Stars’, which is a family of evidence based tools for measuring and supporting change. In 2018/19 Oasis mapped the progress of 136 young people with whom they were working with on a one-to-one basis using Youth Star tools as a framework.

Janet Berry, Director of Oasis Community Partnerships, commented saying; “Implementing the Youth Star has been an effective way of putting our person centred, strength-based and co-production approach into practice where the young person is seen as an active agent in their own life.”

Read the 2018-19 Impact Report

For more information on the impact of our Hubs and to read case studies, click here. 

Daniel Marsh