We are launching a new programme to better understand how Youth United organisations develop "soft-skills" like teamwork and self-esteem
Twenty-four young people from Youth United organisations have sailed the TS Royalist on a challenging six-day voyage.
Our new fund aims to get more young people involved in social action through uniformed youth groups
Youth United organisations have opened more than 444 new groups for young people in deprived areas. Click here to read our Impact Report
Youth United Foundation works with a network of voluntary youth organisations. Our vision is that every young person in the UK has the opportunity to be a member of one of our groups.
We work together to:
Increase the number of adult volunteers supporting member organisations
Increase the number of young people engaged in their communities
Attract funding and make better use of resources
21st October 2014
Youth United Foundation, the charity that supports young people’s uniformed groups throughout the UK, has appointed a new chief executive.
14th October 2014
Youth United make waves by marking the successful start of the Schools Project by opening four new Sea Cadet units in Merseyside.