Our Impact


Building the foundations of our families futures.

Mission Statement

Building Blocks Family Centre provides a dedicated family support service i to families, children and young people living in poverty or who are a disadvantage living in the Neath Port Talbot area.


We aim:

  • To improve the quality of life of all children and families living in poverty or at a disadvantage in Neath Port Talbot.
  • To improve the quality of children and young people and their families affected by disability
  • To enable residents of Neath Port Talbot to access employment, volunteering and training by providing childcare.
  • To provide a quality service that reflects identified needs of children, young people and families living in Neath Port Talbot.
  • To promote and provide opportunities for families to improve their health and wellbeing.

Our Impact


During 1st April 2021 – 31st March 2022 we have supported:


  1. We have supported 234 children with disabilities or additional needs to help improve their quality life through the development of social skills, speech, language and communication skills, confidence, self-esteem and independence skills.
  1. We have supported 583 parents to help improve their parenting skills and improve their quality of life to help give their children the best start in life.
  1. We have supported 232 Children and young people to help improve their wellbeing.
  1. We have provided 247 children with free or subsidised childcare places to help build their early years development skills.
  1. We have supported 235 adults and 222 children gain access to our food bank provision supporting families living in food poverty across Neath Port Talbot.
  1. We have supported 276 parents to re-train to enable them to gain employment and retain their employment.
  1. We have supported 322 parents to improve the quality of care they provide their children with disabilities.
  1. 67 families with children with disabilities have received dedicated support with their mental health and well-being.
  1. 185 children accessed dedicated support with their mental health and well-being.