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‘Mind the Gap’ is supporting disadvantaged groups of young people in Bradford to learn new skills and deliver campaigns to raise awareness of youth loneliness.
In Stoke-on-Trent, older pupils will be running a family music festival to support younger pupils entering secondary school.
Running projects in Bristol to support groups of young people who are LGBTQ+ or have experiences of mental ill health to deliver youth-led campaigns.
Working with LGBTQ+ young people in Manchester through 1 to 1 support, community work, volunteering, social groups, and campaigns.
Supporting young people struggling with education in Derby by matching them with a network of local mentors.
Delivering a ‘Youth Activist Programme’ in London aimed at training vulnerable young people to raise awareness of mental health through photography.
Bringing disadvantaged young people from Luton together, to learn how to cook and showcase their new skills by cooking for their local community.
Launching a ‘Young Volunteers’ network in the North East of England, enabling young people to volunteer and befriend lonely people on key days of the year.
Supporting young care leavers in Greater Manchester to set up their own Co-ops which aim to understand and tackle youth loneliness.
Using picture books to establish discussion groups with young people who have learning disabilities in Thanet to explore new ways of positively impacting the world around them