Young Mums Support Network
8th May 2016
Young Mums’ Support Network (YMSN) was set up by Fiona Small in 2012 and is a registered community interest company. We provide support, training and development to young mothers in deprived areas. Our aim is to empower women to make informed decisions about their lifestyle, careers and relationships. Young Mums Support Network is based in South London
Company Registration No: 8319673
Registered Address: 5 Westminster Bridge Road
Waterloo, London, SE1 7XW
YMSN and aims to provide positive experiences to the public through bespoke projects and initiatives with an aim of uniting and building stronger communities.
We are passionate about women and mothers developing their soft skills, confidence and well-being. YMSN will use its experience to deliver the Ladies Lunch Programme
We measure the success of our programmes by carrying out an initial assessment of the participants who will be taking part. This looks at their current skills and areas of interest. This initial assessment leads to a written report analysing the findings and is then used to design the detail of each programme to ensure it meets the needs of those involved.
At the end of each session, participants will complete a short evaluation identifying what they have learned and what improvements are needed for the next session.
At the end of the programme, a more detailed evaluation is completed which assesses how each participant has developed across the course. This assessment leads to a written report analysing the findings and highlighting further actions needed.
YMSN has access to a W
Fiona Small is the passionate founder of Young Mums Support Network (founded 2011). She diligently channels her efforts towards engaging and empowering young women and mothers from deprived communities to help make informed decisions about their lifestyles and relationships. The organization provides a range of support services from family mediation to training and qualifications along with childcare support.
As a mother herself, following the London riots, Fiona dedicated herself to creating radical change in her community and in a very short space of time successfully established the First CRG (Customer Representative Group) in the borough of Southwark.
Fiona has strategically partnered with DWP and JCP to help support those who will be impacted by the welfare reform. She has also feat