All In Motion (AIM) is a youth disability project run in partnership with HAFAD (Hammersmith and Fulham Action on Disability). It is a three year project funded by the Big Lottery and it is open to young people (16-25) living or studying in Hammersmith and Fulham. The main aims of the project are to get more young disabled people into voluntary work and to support local organisations to lower the barriers for disabled volunteers.
Young people can develop new skills, get new knowledge and train for qualifications such as the ASDAN Community Volunteering Qualifications and the Duke of Edinburgh Award.
They can also take part in creative group activities and improve their independent living skills through cooking, music, drama, film making, fashion and much more.