Partners

  • Southwark Council

    Southwark council supports us where it can and councillors such as Dora Dixon Fyle help when we meet brick walls in our support with young people.

  • Youth Service

    We work closely with the local youth services to provide the best service we can to the young people of Southwark.


  • London Citizens

    We work with London and Southwark Citizens to raise issues and develop campaigns for issues relating to young people. Youth Futures has been involved in the CitySafe campaign, Living Wage campaign and ideas workshops with local members.

  • Tutu Foundation

    The Tutu Foundation and the ideas of Ubuntu has been instrumental in helping us get set up and they currently partner with us in implementing restorative justice processes and skills capacity building. One of our young people has been trained as a facilitator by the Tutu Foundation and has worked with groups in Southwark.

  • Football Beyond Borders

    FBB partners with us to run a football engagement programme at our local community football pitch. Youth Futures has trained members of FBB to become mentors who support the young people we come into contact with onto a personal development programme where they can receive support in various areas of their lives from employment to confidence-building.

  • The Hollington Club

    We use the Hollington Youth Centre, located close to the Wyndham Estate, to run some of our sessions and are building a strong relationship with them to improve our work in the area.


  • Y-Stop

    Through our relationship with StopWatch, Youth Futures has become part of the coalition of organisations that have created Y-Stop – a project by young people to give young people the skills and knowledge to be able to cope in a stop and search situation. One of Youth Futures’ young leaders has been trained as a peer trainer and is delivering workshops across England.