We have a great team in the North, committed to working in partnership with a variety of organisations, from local authorities to clinical commissioning groups, police and crime commissioners, colleges and housing associations.
In addition, we work closely with our local strategic infrastructures to support and shape policy affecting the young people we represent. This includes responding to European Structural and Investment Fund calls as appropriate.
We aim to generate income to support the valuable outcomes our programmes deliver for young people in the north region.
We also work closely with our national colleagues to ensure that any bids affecting our localities are shaped in line with local need and our delivery infrastructure.
We're currently working with:
Active Lancashire – More Positive Together – Have supported the delivery of a European Social Fund project designed to address the needs’ of Lancashire residents who are furthest from the labour market and to help them to improve their employment prospects.
Bury College – Funds qualifications for young people on our Explore programmes across Greater Manchester.
Doncaster Metropolitan District Council and the Department for Education – Essential Life Skills is a partnership between to enable children and young people aged 5 to 18 to participate in a wide range of regular extra-curricular activities, such as sports, volunteering and social action projects.
European Social Fund – supports NEET 16-25 year olds on programmes across the North.
European Social Fund – Youth Employment Initiative (YEI) – supports NEET young people in our programmes across the North.
European Regional Development Fund – Delivering pre and post start-up Enterprise support as part of the ERDF programme in the North East, Yorkshire & Humber, Tees Valley, Lancashire, Liverpool City Region.
Health Education England – Supporting Get into Hospital Services Programmes across the North.
Hull Clinical Commissioning Group – Providing a range of pre-employment opportunities across the North of England.
Lancashire Police and Crime Commissioner – Has contributed to the delivery of a number of our early intervention and prevention programmes delivered in Blackpool over recent years.
Liverpool City Council – AEP Framework – One of a number of organisations that provide programmes of alternative provision which may be offered to a pupil if they are experiencing problems with their school's mainstream curriculum offer.
Merseyside Police and Crime Commissioner – Are funding a partnership with Everton in the Community, LFC Foundation and Shrewsbury House Youth Foundation, which is delivery activity to prevent serious violence, to tackle gang culture and protect young people from exploitation.
North Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner – Supporting young people on Achieve programmes with their education.
Salford Council - Alternative Education Framework – One of a number of organisations that provide programmes of alternative provision which may be offered to a pupil if they are experiencing problems with their school's mainstream curriculum offer.
We want to work with you.