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During the week, we'll join many other organisations to inspire the nation to think about what they could pass on to future generations.
Following the news that the Government and the Big Lottery Fund have invested £80m in the youth sector, hear what our CEO thinks of the news.
UK Youth is pleased to announce its participation in the NCS autumn Pathfinder programme, which launches today. We will be working with our members to deliver to pilot programmes in the coming months testing new and innovative approaches to the delivery of the NCS model.
After the announcement that 4Youth will be formally closing on 30th September 2016, all members of the charity will be integrated into UK Youth’s network for two years from 1st September.
UK Youth and NYA have initiated discussions to explore the benefits of a shared services model that will enable both organisations to sustain high quality services for young people in the most cost effective way.
UK Youth is delighted that it has been appointed by Lloyds Banking Group to deliver a financial education programme for young people vulnerable to financial exclusion in some of the most deprived areas across the UK. The programme, a refreshed version of Money for Life, the Group’s award-winning personal money management programme is scheduled to launch in September 2016.
On Sunday 24th April 2016, our #TeamUKYouth London Marathon 2016 runners took on the iconic 26.2 mile challenge to support UK Youth’s vital work with young people.
UK Youth are delighted that 16 Gap Stores in the UK and Ireland have chosen to support UK Youth as part of the organisation’s global volunteer month.
UK Youth are delighted to announce that we have recently launched the Active Youth Programme.
Starbucks Youth Action 2015 / 2016 applications are now closed BUT we recently visited one of our funded projects and have produced a film with SBTV about the work they have been doing.
UK Youth commissioned the research in response to the turmoil much of the youth sector finds itself in. Whilst there are fantastic, high impact youth projects happening all across the UK, there is also widespread concern that valuable services are losing support and funding.
Following the sad closure of NCVYS in March 2016, UK Youth has agreed to take forward a number of their most vital services and functions to ensure that their good work continues.
Sands End Youth Club were funded through the Starbucks Youth Action Programme to deliver a project to address the concerns of young people within the local community through football.
UK Youth has supported and welcomes current conversations between Ambition and NCVYS regarding their potential merger.
UK Youth has been awarded a share of £1.2m from the Cabinet Office and the Pears Foundation as part of the Youth Social Action Fund.
Five of the UK's most inspirational young people have been awarded the accolade of 'Youth of the Year 2015' for overcoming adversity to achieve their personal goals including Agnes (Eng), Jodie (Wal), Liam (Sco), Jordan (NI) and Dylan (ROI).