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Help us transform the lives of local people

Many of our projects rely heavily on independent fundraising and we are always looking for supporters to help us continue our vital work in these challenging times. Whether you have personal experience of our work or you simply want to help make a difference in your local area, you can make a donation to our Local Giving page or alternatively contact us to discuss other ways you can get involved.

All of our services support young people and adults to overcome their barriers and achieve their full potential.

What you will be supporting

We are currently raising funds for several innovative projects for vulnerable young people:

Lucky Break Mentoring

Volunteers from the local community are trained and matched with disadvantaged young people who are not in education, employment or training. These mentors work with the young people to engage with their futures, helping them overcome barriers, develop practical skills and raise their aspirations.

Time to Talk Counselling

Time to Talk aims to alleviate and prevent mental health difficulties in young people by using a range of different techniques (for example Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) to help young people develop strategies to cope with challenges including depression and anxiety, bereavement, bullying and domestic abuse.

Click here to find out more about our community programmes and our volunteering opportunities.

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