Young people learning trade skills whilst renovating community spaces

See our latest Impact Report for 2022-23 here

We challenge young people to learn trade and employability skills by helping to fix local community spaces and places in need of essential repairs and improvements.

Young people volunteering and learning new skills
Young people volunteering and learning new skills
Tradespeople mentoring and passing on their skills
Tradespeople mentoring and passing on their experience
Community facilities refurbished and transformed
Community spaces refurbished and transformed
854
Projects
completed
1,214
Mentors
involved
14,924
Young people
involved
6,847
City & Guilds accreditations gained

We work with people who are disengaged or excluded from mainstream education and training, at risk of disengagement, and/or unemployed.

Our young people are mentored by professional tradespeople and can gain Entry Level City & Guilds accreditations, as well as access to further training, work-readiness and employment opportunities.

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