What is ROTCYP?
Radcliffe-on-Trent Community Youth Project is a Registered Charity and Limited Company that is not-for-profit.
ROTCYP has a board of Trustees who are responsible for all those involved with the projects.
Our overarching aim is to assist and support young people aged 12 to 18 years who are, but not exclusively, residents of Radcliffe-on-Trent through the provision of leisure-time activities.
To raise funds to sustain our own youth workers and the running of the Community Open Project Youth Group and Café.
To grow young leaders, to inspire young people and to encourage our community to work together.
Under the Project’s Memorandum of Association, we seek funds, including donations, to help us fulfil two key objectives. Donors can specify which objective they want to donate to or, tell us they do not mind.
Objective One: To maintain, advance and promote the Christian faith amongst young people.
Objective Two: To assist and support young people through the provision of the leisure-time activities, to develop their physical, mental and spiritual capacities so that they may grow to full maturity as individuals and members of society.
ROTCYP has a board of Trustees who are responsible for all activities involved with the project. One specific project under Objective Two is the Community Open Project.
An ROTCYP member can propose and elect the officer and other trustees in general meeting and check that the trustees serve the Objects go the Project well.
Members have the right to amend Part 1 and 2 of the Constitution by 2/3 majority at a general meeting within the limits of the Governing Document and a group of members can ask for a special general meeting to be called.
For more information and to become a member, click here.
What is COP?
Community Open Project (COP) is the new name for our drop-in Friday nights.
We continue to provide a safe environment for 12 to 18 year olds, where they can drop in every Friday night to meet friends and have fun.
How does COP run?
We are a body of local volunteers reporting to the Trustees of ROTCYP.