No Limits

No Limits Advice

We know that getting good advice is essential to young people, especially those who may not have the support of family or a stable home life. We are campaigning to raise the awareness of the importance of good advice services as well as to raise money to help young people turn their lives around.

history Campaign has now closed

It ran from 12:00 AM, 1 January 2013 to 12:00 AM, 1 December 2013

Registered Charity in England and Wales (1088835)

Amount raised

£10

Donations

1

    Category

  • Health/WellbeingHealth/Wellbeing
  • Homeless/RefugeHomeless/Refuge
  • Human Rights/AdvocacyHuman Rights/Advocacy

    Helping

Location

  • I was on self-destruct and No Limits helped me when I felt I couldn't carry on.

    — Young Person

  • I have been happier and more like my old self and I have sorted a lot of stuff out at home so I don't run away any more

    — Young Person

  • Helpful and guides in the right direction, great for advice and the workers are easy to talk to.

    — Young Person

  • I have been happier and more like my old self and I have sorted a lot of stuff out at home so I don't run away any more

    — Young Person

  • I was on self-destruct and No Limits helped me when I felt I couldn't carry on.

    — Young Person

  • Helpful and guides in the right direction, great for advice and the workers are easy to talk to.

    — Young Person

Situation

Young people in difficult circumstances are the least likely to seek advice. Many young people bury their heads in the sand when it comes to their finances, might not see how their alcohol use is affecting them, believe that a damaging relationship is worth sticking with. It can be hard to decide to address these sorts of problems - they need access to good advice and information from staff who know how to help young people unpick their problems, available at times & in places they will come to.

Solution

Our campaign will ensure that we provide young people with access to the good advice and support they need to make positive decisions, ensuring that: -Our drop in centre’s are properly equipped & able to cope with increasing numbers of young people. -Have sufficient well trained staff to advise and support young people. -Are able to attract an increasing number of volunteers that are well trained, enthusiastic and motivated to support the young people to make a positive change in their lives.