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Envision

Britain has a deep social mobility problem. This not only limits the contribution that individuals can make to the economy and wider society, but it is also unfair. Envision want to change this.

GRIT

For over 25 years, Grit (previously known as Youth at Risk) has been working with young people experiencing disadvantage and living in challenging circumstances.

Key4Life

Founded in Somerset in 2012 after the 2011 England Riots, Key4Life’s mission is to break the cycle of (re-)offending amongst young males aged 18-25, who have some of the highest rates of re-offending and lowest chances of securing employment if they receive a custodial sentence.

Lewisham Youth Theatre

Since 1987 Lewisham Youth Theatre (LYT) has provided free, high quality drama activities for Lewisham young people aged 8-24. Using theatre as a tool we provide pathways to improve the well-being and life chances of young people, many of whom are at risk of exclusion or slipping through the net.

Livewire

Livewire is an independent long-standing youth charity based on the banks of the River Tamar in Saltash, Cornwall, offering support to young people through music and traditional youth work, [...]

London Sports Trust

London Sports Trust (LST) works in deprived areas of London with disadvantaged children, young people and their families to bring about three main outcomes: Positive lifestyles, improved life chances and improved health and fitness.

Manchester Youth Zone

The Factory Youth Zone provides innovative youth services in a particularly deprived area of Manchester and is a hub for the surrounding communities. Our Bike to the Future project has provided us with an exciting new engagement tool.

Motiv8

There are many factors which can place young people and their families at increased risk of becoming involved in anti-social behaviour, crime or becoming a victim of crime. We [...]

Oarsome Chance

Oarsome Chance brings about change for young people, aged from 9-19 years in the Portsmouth, Gosport and Havant areas who are disengaged from mainstream education and at risk of [...]

Our Time

When a parent suffers from mental illness it is rare for anyone – parent, teacher, or even social worker – to know how to discuss the illness with the [...]