The Youth Association is proud to have been an adopted charity of Moto in the Community since 2012. Over the years Moto has contributed to a number of different projects, including, Residential programmes, StreetSmart, our Talent Match project and Urban Arts work. As part of our relationship with Moto, our ambassadors visit the site several times a year … Continue reading Moto’s adopted charity for 2020!
This week we were visited by James Haigh from Yorkshire Housing. The housing association has provided us with a plaque celebrating 3 years of collaborative work across communities in Bradford. We’ve had a fab year working together in the Great Horton and Holmewood communities and are looking forward to years of partnership ahead of us. … Continue reading Celebrating another year of partnership with Yorkshire Housing!
Massive thanks to the wonderful KFC staff who ploughed through the Yorkshire Dales covering over 9 miles to raise money for us here at The Youth Association. Sodden ground surrounded by sheep and treacherous slopes was only part of what the determined team endured on their hike across the Dales. The aim of the walk … Continue reading KFC Foundation Fundraising walk
Our brand-new Youth Work course has started at Wakefield College! There are very exciting times ahead and we are already seeing ground-breaking success, as our first group of 16-18-year olds have started their journey on the youth work course. Here at The Youth Association, we are driven by the values and principles of Youth Work … Continue reading Youth Work Course at Wakefield College
A sprinkle of knowledge, a dash of power, mix in a little control and leave to bake for 6 months. What do you get? A group of young people working alongside youth workers to create a positive space for themselves and other young people in Sutton park. Young people previously felt unsafe in their … Continue reading Young people bring Leeds United to Sutton Park
A group of teenagers in Eastmoor, Wakefield, have come together in recent weeks on a mission to revitalise their local area and make it feel like a better environment to live in. They’ve been supported by Eastmoor’s Community Ambassadors Programme (CAP) – a scheme delivered by The Youth Association, working with our partners Next Generation … Continue reading Local Teens spruce up neighbourhood
We’re delighted to announce we’ll be working closely with a new set of partners, as Belonging in Barnsley is turned up a notch. The Youth Association has teamed up with Barnsley Refugee Advice Project, Migrant Action and ELSH (Educational Learning Support Hub) to broaden our offer to new communities. Together, the collaborative approach will see … Continue reading Belonging in Barnsley forms new partnership
We were thrilled to welcome representatives of KFC, our new corporate partner, when they visited our Wakefield head office today. The visit was coordinated by Louise Norris of the KFC Foundation, who invited regional KFC managers and coaches to come and hear all about TYA’s work and the difference it’s making across Yorkshire. Our friends … Continue reading Our KFC partners pay a visit
A group of people from Lundwood in Barnsley are providing vital work in their community, thanks to 18 months of support from The Youth Association’s ‘Adopt the Outdoors’ project. Support from the Big Lottery Fund has allowed our youth and community workers to develop people’s skills, increase access to training and volunteering and improve community … Continue reading Community empowered to sustain project
The Youth Association has been chosen by the KFC Foundation as it’s charity partner in Yorkshire and the Humber. This fantastic news means that every KFC outlet in Yorkshire will display posters telling KFC customers about TYA and the work we do and encouraging customers to donate change in on-counter collection boxes. As well as … Continue reading It’s finger lickin’ good news!