How we work
How we work and the difference we make
Influencing and campaigning
One key way we help youth clubs to thrive is influencing local and national government to support youth organisations
We could not support the young people we do without the fantastic help of our volunteers. There are over 13,500 volunteers providing support to young people in communities throughout the UK.
Whatever your motivation to volunteer, whether it is to gain experience, develop skills, achieve accreditation, take advantage of the training opportunities or if you are looking for something that will enable you to give something back to your community, we want to get you involved.
This year we are really keen to involve volunteers in helping to raise our profile. If you have particular skills and/or interest in communications, such as social media or press work, and would like to get involved please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Would you like to get involved in one of our fundraising activities? We have places available for the Brighton Marathon on Sunday 12 April 2015 which is being started by four times Olympic medalist Jo Pavey.
Over 9,000 people took part in the marathon last year, with amazing crowd support on the day. It is reasonably fast and flat, touring much of the city of Brighton and Hove and of course there are great sea views.
We ask that runners pledge to raise at least £1200 for our work with young people - please email email@example.com for registration information.
1,000 young people volunteered through our programmes
£1m given to our members for local work with young people
1,000 young people, staff and volunteers took part in our training