We work with young people aged 11-25 to help them re-engage with education, FIND employment OR move away from anti-social behaviour, gang involvement and exploitative relationships.
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During these challenging and uncertain times, Ignite Trust is working hard to ensure we continue to provide support to the boroughs most vulnerable and at-risk young people.
In line with Government/NHS advice, we have suspended all face to face and group based activity, and closed our office until further notice.
All staff will be working remotely.
Please use the following addresses:
For general enquiries including referrals: email@example.com
Operational matters: firstname.lastname@example.org
We will try to respond to all enquiries as quickly as possible.
We believe in the power of community so we build communities of change around young peoples’ interests and needs. We believe a healthy community draws people to itself, changes individuals and empowers them to impact their environment. Within these communities, positive relationships develop and barriers fall.
We build a community of young people with the aim of engaging and empowering them in order to ignite change. We want to create a community in which young people have the confidence and self-belief to make positive changes and transform their lives.
Our youth workers are committed to journeying with young people, many of whom are at-risk, marginalised or face barriers to achieving success in life.
The three stages of the journey may take years but we are about long-term commitment:
- Engagement: making meaningful contact with young people through activity and education-based programmes;
- Empowerment: challenging values and behaviour and equipping young people with the tools, resources and opportunities to make positive choices in their current situations;
- Transformation: supporting young people to change the direction of their lives away from negative influences and raising aspirations, set goals for the future and support them into long-term transformation.