July 13, 2020
3 Pillars Project works within the criminal justice system, using a combination of teamwork and rugby coaching courses as a way of engaging young people to deliver positive role-modelling and mentorship. We target high-risk young people, including under-18s, to tackle violence in prisons and gang-related behaviour through positive intervention. We also provide emotional support and guidance during each course through group discussion sessions and one-to-one mentoring relationships directed towards rehabilitation and reintegration on release from prison. We provide long-term support to all course participants, including referrals to appropriate partner organisations and/or encouraging future participation in subsequent courses as assistant coaches and peer mentors.
C/O Ramon Lee and Partners, 93 Tabernacle Street, Greater London, EC2A 4BA, United Kingdom
Work Tel. No.
0207 840 2904
No. of Paid Staff
No. of Volunteers
Does the organisation involve volunteers with experience of the criminal justice system?
Primary Field of Work
Mentoring & befriending
Custody or Community
Voluntary and Community Sector
London | South East
Fields of Work
Advice & advocacy | Counselling | Education | Employment | Mental health | Mentoring & befriending | Peer support | Personal development | Physical health | Sports | Through the gate | Training
People you work with
Ex-service personnel | Men | Young people
Cookham Wood | Feltham | Lowdham Grange | Standford Hill | Swinfen Hall | Wandsworth | Woodhill