Action4Youth is here for every young person, regardless of background or ability. We work to ensure that young people have the chance to enter adulthood as positive, confident members of the community. Nobody should be abandoned, neglected, or deprived of hope, opportunity or aspiration. Help us ensure no one is left behind.

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For young people living in fear and uncertainty due to their parents’ addictions, life is simply about survival with little prospect for improvement.

For high-achieving young people with promising futures, lockdown and isolation has turned their world on its head. Struggling with the uncertainties of exams, many are feeling withdrawn, fearful and suffering anxiety.
For young people affected by gang culture and peer pressure, it is easy to fall into the trap of selling and using drugs, carrying knives and becoming disruptive.
For young people living with a parent with an alcohol addiction, making decisions about careers and realising their own dreams are the last thing on their minds.

For young people with acute shyness and a lack of confidence, their development is compromised and can prevent them being whoever they want to be.

For young people lacking motivation and aspiration their world can become very limiting with little prospect for improvement.

For young people with developmental delays like 17 year old Manveer, being excitable, overbearing and immature makes it difficult for him to integrate and make friends.

For young people like 7 year old Lucas with complex needs, life in general is very frustrating. Just because of speech and physical difficulties he can’t enjoy new experiences like other children.

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