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St Giles Trust aims to break the cycle of disadvantage and offending by supporting people to change their lives. We currently work with 15,000 people across the UK helping them to build a positive future.
We have an excellent record of delivering high quality skills and employment services, exceeding contract targets, and meeting funders’ requirements. There are strong links to local partners and employers.
Our award winning Peer Advisor Programme for ex-service users brings unique credibility to our work. Peer Advisors follow a programme of training and placement whilst gaining an A & G L3 qualification and progressing into employment.

A purpose built VCS-led legal entity to bid for and deliver public services. Track record of delivery engagement across service areas and a wide range of providers. Solid commitment to supporting local agencies to get involved in collaborative bids. Experience of working with private and public sector partners and whole systems approaches. Person-centred approach to service design and delivery.

Further information about the ‘hub and spoke’ consortium structure and functions are available at www.togethernorthlondon.org.uk. We have a strong commitment to involving smaller local providers with strong community connections where possible.

Voyage Youth

Voyage has educational courses and short workshops designed for young people in both educational and criminal justice sectors aged between 14 -18 years. All of our programmes focus on developing empowerment/ leadership skills and improving confidence whilst bring young people together to address crime, violence & territorialism. Our courses help young people think about themselves, their communities and use knowledge to become active citizens. Voyage is an accredited centre with a unique BTEC level 2 qualification in Leadership called Young Leaders for Safer Cities (100 hours) and targets young people in London schools and in Young offender institutes.