Changemakers merging into the Foyer Federation

We are delighted to bring you the news that on 1st September youth leadership charity Changemakers merged into the Foyer Federation. Get the full story here...

Celebrating one year of bringing health to life!

Congratulations to all our Healthy Conversations Hubs...

Practice Event 2014

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Launch of Working Assets 2014

The Foyer Federation teams up with the Automative industry to launch an exciting work experience scheme.

21 Years, 21 Stories

We're celebrating our 21st birthday with a showcase of 21 inspirational stories from our history, and the launch of our 7 Year Strategic Vision.

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Pop Up Talent is a modern twist on how and where young people connect with employers.

Healthy Conversations

Our new programme bringing health to life, for young people as part of the Big Lottery-funded health & wellbeing portfolio.

Case study: Coming of age. 18 years, 18 stories

Fabien's story

“I’ve proved to myself that if I want something and work hard, I can achieve whatever I want in life.”"

I moved out of my nan’s house because it was very small and there wasn’t room for me to stay permanently. When I was referred and accepted to Creekside Foyer in Deptford it was a real relief. I saw it as an opportunity for me to finally have my own space and be an independent person.
Read more about Fabien and others →

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Case study: Coming of age. 18 years, 18 stories

Marcella's story

“Their support helped me to realise my true potential and I feel as though I’m living my dream.”"

A place at Ilford Foyer was a godsend, the support staff were amazing – they encouraged me to stay at university and made me see that I shouldn’t allow my dyslexia to hold me back. When I decided to start my business, I had help at every stage.
Read more about Marcella and others →

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Case study: Coming of age. 18 years, 18 stories

Sarah's story

“Currently I’m studying for my Chartered Accountant Qualification, and I have an unconditional offer to study Accountancy at University College London.”"

When I fled a forced marriage, I was disowned by my family. With no one to turn to I approached my local council. They told me about Foyers and explained that they help young people with work, education and training needs. Education has always been important to me so the idea that I’d be encouraged to study appealed to me.
Read more about Sarah and others →

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