Youth Options works in partnership with many different organisations to deliver its programme of work.
As well as making sure that young people have a local youth club or community youth project, we want to make them the best they can be. We want youth clubs to have the tools, support and information they need.
Every year we give out millions of pounds from the National Lottery to good causes. Our money goes to community groups and projects that improve health, education and the environment.
Hampshire Chamber of Commerce is owned and led by its membership comprising of local business organisations of all sectors and sizes. As a private sector, not for profit Company we are independent and can therefore lobby effectively to make Hampshire the place to do business.
UK Youth is a leading national charity that reaches 693,000 young people every year through the largest network of youth clubs and projects. For over 100 years we have been enabling young people to learn and succeed. We support young people through a range of innovative programmes to gain life-skills that build confidence, resilience and make them more employable.
Southampton Football Club embraces its role within the community and is committed to ensuring the power of football can have a lasting impact. The Saints Foundation is an independent charity aligned to Southampton Football Club using the brand of the Saints and sport in general, as a tool of engagement working outside the traditional boundaries of the National Game.
The ESF is Europe’s main instrument for supporting jobs, helping people get better jobs and ensuring fairer job opportunities for all EU citizens.
HIWCF is an independent charitable foundation dedicated to connecting donors with the local causes and charities they care about.
ASDAN’s charitable purpose is: “The advancement of education, by providing opportunities for all learners to develop their personal and social attributes and levels of achievement through ASDAN awards and resources, and the relief of poverty, where poverty inhibits such opportunities for learners.”