“We inspire young people living with significant challenges to achieve their full potential” 


IN BRIEF

Based in East London, we work specifically with young people aged typically between 13 and 17 that are living with major challenges and who are at risk of failing to achieve their potential, namely: 

Transitioning Hospital Patients | Young Carers | School Pupils at Risk

We run a three-year programme focused on the needs and aspirations of each group but specially designed to reach three outcomes that are improving their resilience, developing soft skills and life tools such as public speaking abilities and critical thinking and broadening their horizon of work. As well as workshops focusing on practical training and weekly drop-in sessions that provide on-going emotional support, our beneficiaries have access to a range of inspirational people, events and businesses. Over time, we have built up a solid network of relationships with high profile people from business, sport, the arts, academia and government, offering the charity a wealth of options to use in its projects. 


Find out more about our work on the video below

WATCH: This 3 Minute introduction video about our work.

 

Renaissance Foundation at The Nobel Peace Prize CEREMONY in Oslo 

Find out more about our unique annual trip to the Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo here

WATCH: Renaissance Foundation at the Nobel Peace Prize in Norway Our charity is invited annually to the Nobel Peace Prize Ceremony in Oslo. Young people supported by the charity are invited to apply in a competition run by Renaissance FoundationWatch our young leaders story to find out more.


 Articles on our projects

See What our young people create on our youth website www.keepitreal.tv

Watch our educational video projects directly featured and made by our young leaders for other young people

WATCH: F1 World Champion Lewis Hamilton Speak with The Renaissance Foundation Youth leaders to support our #MLK50 campaign. Lewis talks about Dr. Martin Luther King, and how important it is for young people to be inspired by Nobel Peace Prize winners including,  Nelson Mandela and Malala Yousafzai among others,


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