Young people: assets or liabilities?

We believe they are assets with talent and potential. Considered making an investment in a young person this Christmas?

Winners Announced - #TrustYouth Photography Competition

All the entries have been submitted and the judging has now taken place. It is great to see so many fantastic examples of why we should #TrustYouth.

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Dear friends, When I joined the Foyer Federation in 2004, the Board told me I was joining an organisation at a crossroads. We had an established and growing network. Accreditation had been made compulsory (perhaps the…

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Jane-twitter image

Jane’s letter to Practice Event delagates

Dear friends, When I joined the Foyer Federation in 2004, the Board told me I was joining an organisation at a crossroads. We had an established and growing network. Accreditation had been made compulsory (perhaps the…