Catching up with Switch Up

Catching up with Switch Up

This month, our Marketing and Communications Executive, Reena Staves caught up with Marcellus Baz, the founder and CEO of Nottingham School of Boxing and Switch Up.   Marcellus spoke about his personal journey and how boxing became his coping mechanism for...
Autistic Pride Day, a celebration

Autistic Pride Day, a celebration

“I was not born with anxiety, I developed anxiety as a result of the bully I faced in school for my autistic traits and constantly having to mask my autism to the detriment of my mental health”   In celebration of Autistic Pride Day, we’re releasing a...
Autistic Pride Day, a celebration

Our youth participation journey

Our Head of Strategy and Partnerships, Anna Darnell, celebrates #PowerofYouth day by reflecting on the fabulous young people we work with. Our Future Voices Group puts youth voice at the heart of our organisation, feeding into our vision and strategy and advocating...
Embedding youth voice into evaluation

Embedding youth voice into evaluation

Centering and amplifying young people’s voices is a vital part of how we work at Youth Futures Foundation. It’s important that young people have their say in the shaping of policies or practices that affect them.  We’re fortunate to work with a number of brilliant...