LIFE – FULL ON! We support young people aged 11-18 in Surrey Heath to become all they can be. We work alongside people in youth clubs, youth cafes, courses, events, and through mentoring and advocacy, helping them achieve their dreams and supporting them when things get tough.
Windle Valley Youth Project has secured a grant of £34,300 towards our project to create and run a mobile youth centre. The money is coming from the Surrey Police and Crime Commissioner’s Community Safety Fund. … [Read More...]
We’d like to say a big “Thank you!” to the Big Yellow Self Storage Company in Camberley. Big Yellow have provided us with free storage space, allowing us to use our funds to support more young people in Surrey Heath.
We’re over the moon to have been awarded the Mentoring and Befriending Foundation‘s Approved Provider Standard. We’re just one year into formally offering our mentoring programme and we’re so pleased to have had the quality and effectiveness of our mentoring confirmed by the national mentoring organisation. A great achievement by the team and especially Bridget […]
Basketball training and games for all abilities. If you’re 11-18 and live near the Basketball court on Southway, then come down on Fridays from 5:00-6:30pm and have a go. Our Goldhawks coach and youth worker are there to help join in. As well as basketball, we’re there for a chat or if you need to […]
We’re delighted to be a partner with Think Big, a social action programme from O2 Telefonica, in conjunction with the National Youth Agency and UKYouth. If you’ve got a great idea and want to apply for some cash and support, get in contact with WVYP and as local partners we’ll support you. What is Think […]
Tabby Goulty (age 15) and Darci Goulty (age 12) from Windlesham have both been awarded StepUp grants to help develop their wakeboarding skills. Here’s what the sisters had to say about the award: ’Both of us started wakeboarding a few years ago but it is in the last two years that we chose to take […]