The GAIN Project: A Pictorial Reflection.... A 16 minute video of photos taken throughout the project, together with quotes and other images to tell the story of The GAIN Project, from Autumn 2013 to November 2015.Read more
Gosport Advice & Information Network (GAIN)
GAIN offers local free workshops on Make You Money Go Further, and Computer Skills for Beginners to help residents in Gosport and to prepare people for Universal Credit - click here for dates and more information. GAIN is now run as part of Citizen's Advice Gosport.
Contact GAIN at 02392 520 112 or firstname.lastname@example.org
GAIN seeks to transform advice services in Gosport working with local advice and information providers who are here to help you get the advice and information you need.
The founding organisations of GAIN include recognised charities like Citizens Advice, Wheatsheaf Trust & CedarOak, so you can feel confident using this network.
GAIN relies on volunteers to help with workshops, to staff information points and refer people to the right place. Want to help too?
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FREE: 2 CAP Money Courses. January- March 2016 Course 1 Date Monday 25th January, 1st and 8th February Time: 19.00 to 21.00 Course 2 Date Friday 11th and 18th March Time: 1130 to 1330…Read More
Big Lottery Funding for the GAIN Project ends on 4 December 2015 and the GAIN team will be moving out of the office on this date. GAIN has put in for a 1 year Local Sustainability Fund (LSF) bid and the outcome will be known in February 2016Read More
GAIN, its members, volunteers and learners enjoyed sharing and listening about what GAIN has achieved at GAIN’s 'End Of Project Celebration'Read More
Successfully identifying funding is for many organisations a matter of survival. The hope of securing long term or on-going funding is very rare these days, and so the search for funding the component parts of the organisation is becoming an ever increasing challenge for organisations.Read More