A change of perspective


Belonging in Barnsley provides support to young people from marginalised communities, aiming to connect young people newly-arrived to the country with local, like-minded young people. However, the project also aims to educate those from Britain to developing their understanding of diversity, immigration and asylum. As part of this, our team took two British girls and one European … Continue reading A change of perspective

Let’s make it work


After plenty of hard work throughout the autumn, our Outside the Box project has reached a successful conclusion and published its new guide for young people struggling to start or return to work and their employers. Let’s make it work is a guide to help young people and employers who want to take them on … Continue reading Let’s make it work

Our KFC partners pay a visit


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

Awards night celebrates a year of great work!


The Youth Association was proud to host the Hexthorpe Community Awards night on Thursday 15th November. The event was the first of it’s kind in the Doncaster neighbourhood, where over 100 people witnessed the presentation of 20 awards. Throughout November, over 500 local people cast their votes for businesses and community services supporting Hexthorpe. A … Continue reading Awards night celebrates a year of great work!