We can't meet face-to-face right now, but we're running this Digital Mentoring program so that young people in Luton can access personal, emotional support online.
Compass is an ambitious, intensive and impactful project aimed at helping 13-14-year-old young people disconnected from school, at risk of becoming NEET (not in Education, Employment or Training) post-16.
We have created different projects that specifically help Looked After Children to navigate the complexities of life in care, and to help them build the skills and emotional resilience for life beyond the care system.
We provide school assemblies on a range of topics, from Christian faith to mental health, from relationships to grief. We want to help young people stay curious.
#OpenHouse is a pioneering initiative aimed at tackling the fast-growing sense of social isolation amongst young people.
The Football Project exists to help young people engage with a sport they love in a way that develops their character and helps them build relationships.
Created is a six-week course that exists to help young people explore their mental health and wellbeing through art and creativity.
Luton Unite is a monthly worship and social night that seeks to help young people in Luton praise together, pray together and connect with each other.