Our purpose is simple – To ensure that every young person, regardless of background or location, has the opportunity to become a member of a uniformed youth group.

Uniformed youth organisations offer young people a plethora of skills and experiences, laying the building blocks for young people to overcome a number of barriers in order to be the best that they can be.

The Foundation’s network works directly with 1.5m young people, aged between 4-24. We are currently delivering a programme to create 5500 new places across our Network for young people experiencing disadvantage, supported by 750 new adult volunteers.

Inspiring stories

I moved here at 16 from Saudi Arabia; you can't do so much as a woman there. Read Uno's Story
It also gives young people options they didn't even know were there. Read TJ's Story
Cadets and similar uniformed groups can be life changing for some kids. Read Tariq's Story
As Police Cadets, we did what we could to help. Read Nabil's Story

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