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Faith Youth Zone

The Inter Faith Youth Trust

The Inter Faith Youth Trust (Alma Royalton-Kisch Trust) is the only UK charitable trust solely to fund inter faith projects for young people.

The Trust was established to promote the education of children and young people about the religions of the world and funds projects that bring together young people of different faiths to improve collaboration and understanding.

For additional information and to apply for funding, visit;

www.ifyouthtrust.org.uk/

 

Young People - Are You Up For The Challenge?

The Challenge is your chance to show yourself and others what you can do.
Are you up for it?
Want to be sure of a job or a place at university? Then you need The Challenge to gain the skills that you can't master at school - the real world skills that employers and universities look for.

The Challenge is your chance to:
* Prove yourself
* Get ahead
* Have an experience you'll never forget
Could you learn to abseil down a 100 foot wall? Could you master a new skill in a week? (what if it meant putting on a gig, running a gym or making a movie? 

We're filling up fast but there are still a limited number of spaces for 15 and 16 year olds (year 11 equivalent) to take part in the Programme. Young people can find out more and sign up at our website. http://www.the-challenge.org/young-people/

Click here for further details and a short summary of The Challenge .

 

Birmingham Catholic Youth Service (BCYS)

Birmingham Catholic Youth Service (BCYS)

The Birmingham Catholic Youth Service seeks to understand, encourage and empower young people in their search for meaning in life, to respond to the invitation of Jesus Christ to wholeness, friendship and community.

To visit their website click here.

 

British Organisation of Sikh Students (BOSS)

British Organisation of Sikh StudentsThe British Organisation of Sikh Students (BOSS) is a body of Sikh students, ex-students and concerned individuals involved in the administration and organisation of various activities for Sikh Societies, youth groups in universities, colleges and Gurdwaras all around Britain. They are a non-political, non-profit making, independent body which acts as an umbrella organisation helping to develop, assist and support Sikh youth groups.

For information visit the BOSS website here  or  email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it