The purpose of the treasurer role is to provide high-level oversight of the financial affairs of the organisation and ensure they are legal, constitutional and within accepted accounting practice. At its most fundamental the role of the trustee board is to receive assets from donors, safeguard them and apply them to the charitable purposes of […]
Progression coaches seek out opportunities that inspire young people to step outside their comfort zone, helping them to develop new behaviours and skills that enable them to move into independent living. A youth work and trauma-informed approach is adopted by progression coaches which means, you will listen to and be led by, the needs, ambitions, […]
The Night Progression Coach is one of the most important roles within the YPSA service in Oxfordshire, providing essential overnight support. All progression coaches will passionately believe in the potential of all young people to achieve their goals. It is the job of the Night Worker to build meaningful relationships with the young people and provide a […]
From mental health interventions to crime prevention and safe, supported housing, we’re doing whatever it takes to ensure Oxfordshire’s young people survive and thrive.
In celebration of our 75th anniversary year, Oxfordshire Youth’s staff team is committing to its new Vision, Mission and Values.
Oxfordshire Youth’s annual Youth Work Conference is back and focussing on trauma-informed practice
Oxfordshire Youth’s new Chair of Trustees has devoted his life to promoting children and young people’s interests
Charity half marathon team seeks missing three hundredth donor
World famous poet to lead Oxfordshire Youth’s 75th anniversary celebration
Little Simz praises the power of youth work in her life
A gigantic congratulations to all nominees and winners of the Youth Awards 2022!
Celebrate good times, come on in!
Our Mental Health Amabassadors are reaching out into their communities and promoting a positive attitiude to mental health.
Jump onto our podcast page to catch a fascinating mini-series all about youth activism. Over four episodes, our podcast crew cover intersectionality, the Lionesses, misogyny, iconic women and so much more.
Come to Oxford’s New Theatre on October 17th and join in the celebration!
What’s that happy sound? Why, it’s Oxfordshire Youth of course, cheering on our running team for the Oxford Half Marathon. This year, we have 34 amazing people limbering up to fundraise for us by completing the 22 kilometre long course through the beautiful streets of historic Oxford.
Oxfordshire Youth joins the nation and the world in mourning the death of Queen Elizabeth II. We send our deepest condolences to the Royal Family.
Queen Elizabeth offered unwavering support to a wide range of charities for over 70 years and her loss will be felt deeply across the voluntary sector. We give thanks for the thousands of lives transformed by the service to charity she committed her life to.
As if raising a young family and running an ambitious youth organisation weren’t enough to be getting on with, our super-driven CEO has just completed a gruelling ultra marathon – running an unbelievable 100 kilometres to kick-start OY’s 75th birthday fundraising campaign.
After an unbelievable collective effort through the worst times of the pandemic, Oxfordshire Youth’s Youth Awards is a wonderful opportunity to come together – elevating, celebrating and showing the world that young people are valued.