Imagine having nowhere to live.
What would you do? Where would you go for help? How would you survive?
For thousands of people in Wales, homelessness is a frightening reality. Fortunately, Llamau (pronounced Lamb - eye) can provide the accommodation, support and advice that is so crucial in times of crisis. Llamau is Wales’ leading homeless charity, working with homeless and potentially homeless young people and vulnerable women across Wales.
An established charity with head offices in Cardiff but projects across Wales, Llamau has been working for over 26 years, to offer support, help, accommodation and housing advice to homeless and vulnerable young people and women in Wales.
Official Launch of Symud Ymlaen!
Moving Forward with Symud Ymlaen: New employment programme to help Wales’ hardest to reach young people, led by Llamau, is officially launched!
Symud Ymlaen / Moving Forward is now officially up and running after being launched at GE Aviation, with Deputy Minister for Skills and Technology, Ken Skates officially launching the scheme.
Symud Ymlaen or Moving Forward will offer paid work placements and mentoring support for 400 young people aged 16-18 for 25 hours per week for a period of six months paid at National Minimum Wage.
Llamau will work in partnership with Local Authorities, youth offending teams, and other partners to broker work placements with employers. The vast majority of placements will be in the private sector, including with Social Enterprises.
For more about the launch, please visit our News pages.
For more information about SYMF please visit the website www.symfwales.org.uk