We are launching a new programme to better understand how Youth United organisations develop "soft-skills" like teamwork and self-esteem
Youth United organisations have opened more than 300 new groups for young people in deprived areas. Click here to read our Impact Report
A joint initiative by St John Ambulance and Release the Peace, backed by Youth United, has won a Children & Young People now award.
Youth United is 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
4th March 2014
Research for Student Volunteering Week found that almost a third of students currently volunteer. Guest blogger, Girlguiding Development Worker Lynne Woolley, writes about some of the ways Girlguiding has recruited more students as volunteers and members.
10th February 2014
St John Ambulance is trialling a new Peer Education unit in Birmingham which aims to train young people to deliver first aid training to other young people.