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All young people need a home, support and a springboard into independent living, learning and work. Some don't get it.
Foyers fill the gap.
Since launching in 1992, the UK Foyer network has grown to over 130 local Foyers supporting more than 10,000 homeless 16 to 25 year-olds each year, giving them a chance to realise their full potential. They enable young people at risk to escape the ‘no home-no job-no home’ cycle by delivering a holistic service that integrates accommodation with training, job search, personal support and motivation.

Foyer gives a voice to 134 local Foyers across the UK, and to the 10,000 disadvantaged young people with whom they work each year. It provides a forum for sharing best practice and accessing funding, training and a range of support, while the Foyer Accreditation Scheme ensures the quality and consistency of Foyer services. .

Latest News

Foyers Tackling Skills reporter meets Sport Minister
Friday, April 20 @ 16:21:16 BST
Kate Wilson attended BBC's Your Game launch on Monday 16 April 2007.

East Potential receives grant to develop construction training
Monday, April 16 @ 11:50:23 BST
East Potential has received a £500,000 grant from the London Development Agency to develop 'Construct your Career' - a construction training programme for homeless youths

Young people at Aberdeen Foyer win national art competition
Friday, April 13 @ 16:17:08 BST
Young people involved with 'Sorted not Screwed up', a nationally acclaimed mental health and wellbeing programme at Aberdeen Foyer, have won a national art competition organised by the Mental Health Foundation and staged at the Tate Modern in London

Virgin Megastores and Foyer - regenerating Manchesters youth
Thursday, April 12 @ 17:59:45 BST
12 residents of The Manchester Foyer in Hulme have successfully completed three workshops as part of the RE*Generation programme, a work experience, life skills and development programme with Virgin Megastores

Bechtel engineers support for homeless young people
Tuesday, April 10 @ 15:57:13 BST
Global engineering firm has donated £25,000 in support of Foyer’s work with homeless young people in London


What's new on the site

Chief Executive - Bridgwater YMCA
Friday, April 20 @ 14:19:24 BST
Deadline for applications: 1 May 2007 at noon

Foyer responds to DfES and LSC consultation
Friday, March 30 @ 15:45:53 BST
Jane Slowey, Foyer Chief Executive, responded to 'Delivering world-class skills in a demand-led system', a consultation document issued by the Department for Education and Skills (DfES) and the Learning and Skills Council (LSC)

Foyers Chief Executive part of new LSC advisory group
Friday, January 19 @ 14:28:04 GMT
The Learning and Skills Council (LSC) has launched a new advisory group to focus on the
Council’s work with the voluntary and community sector (VCS).

Care Matters response
Monday, January 15 @ 12:28:38 GMT
Foyer and YMCA England has submitted a joint response to the Government's Care Matters Green Paper

Safe Moves Follow-up Study
Wednesday, December 20 @ 16:53:37 GMT
Following-up Safe Moves projects in Ryedale, Suffolk, Birmingham and Wolverhampton.


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