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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.

Newark Youth

The ongoing support from WWMT has enabled Newark to continue its growth and therefore deliver more services for the local community, especially the children and young people we work with through our football and youth club projects.

ReachOut

ReachOut is a mentoring charity working with disadvantaged young people, aged 11-16 years old, in some of London’s most severely impoverished communities where young people are underachieving academically and risk becoming NEET.

Redthread

Redthread is a dynamic youth work charity whose vision is a world in which all young people lead healthy, safe and happy lives.

Regenerate

Regenerate is a community organisation working with young people and their families in estates and wards of high economic and social deprivation in Wandsworth, London.

Ride High

Ride High is a registered charity in Milton Keynes set up to change the lives of disadvantaged children by giving them the opportunity to ride horses, build their self-esteem and confidence and improve their future prospects.

Synergy Theatre Project

Established in 2000 Synergy Theatre Project works towards rehabilitation and resettlement with prisoners, ex-prisoners and young people at risk of offending through theatre and related activities whilst placing the wider issues surrounding criminal justice in the public arena.

The AHOY Centre

We are a watersports Charity located in one of London’s most deprived communities. Our primary objective is to give opportunities for disadvantaged and at-risk young people whilst also providing opportunities for disabled participants to engage in activities and courses on an equal level.