Want to know more about Young Urban Arts Foundation?
Young Urban Arts Foundation’s mission is to empower the lives of young people by strengthening mental well-being through creativity, ensuring every young person is seen, heard & celebrated.
During our first 10 years, we have helped over 18,000 young people and are known for delivering both empowering and creative outreach workshops in hard-to-reach areas where young people are at high-risk of child exploitation, being a victim of crime or those who do not have access to opportunities.
Our charities' programs are designed around prevention and built to drive creativity, such as our multimedia bus workshops, which we take into communities, as a safe and exciting space to inspire and build their confidence. We also take our facilitators to schools, community centres and youth hubs. Working with partners, we provide young people with opportunities to gain further training or work experience, allowing them to build a long-term rapport and support system.
We are supported by a variety of partners including Sony Music, PRS & Inner City who have helped us deliver music programs across London.
To find out how you can work with us email firstname.lastname@example.org
MEET THE TEAM
Our Young Future Creatives
Youth Leadership is of paramount importance and runs through EVERY strand of our organisation so we formed our YFC: a group of
young people who have been part of our programmes and now give their input to the development of Young Urban Arts Foundation.
One of our Youth Trustees, Adam Gill , chairs the group who review our programmes and highlight what topics are impacting the youth community. Adam also works to secure funding for YUAF youth-led projects.
Internships and Youth Volunteering
Our office welcomes volunteers all year round and work with Richmond American University and Big Creative Education offering internships to 16 - 18 year olds. Join us and apply your skill set to our hard working team - if you’re aged 18 - 25 contact us here email@example.com