Youth Power

“BANG is a values-based group of organisations that delivers engaging platforms and programmes for young people – focused on ensuring they are healthy, thriving and contributing positively to their communities.”

BANG stands for young people!

BANG develops young people’s personal and professional skills through creative (media) projects. We divert vulnerable, at-risk young people away from crime and negative influences by providing targeted support for them and their families through early intervention programmes that reduce their likelihood of engaging in crime and deviance.   

We build bespoke programmes and services that are made specifically for them – ensuring they can develop their life skills, explore a variety of professions, and can enter a career or area of work of their choice.  

We also provide support services that build resilience and promote emotional and mental wellbeing. 

We know that every young person can learn, and every young person can excel. 

BIG BANG

Getting young people active and healthy through dance

Giving young people the platform to build wealth and value

Providing young people with a home to learn and develop valuable skills

BANGIN’ Magazine OUT NOW

In 2021-22, a group of young people from London led the development of BANGIN – a youth-led magazine – focused on sharing the opinions and positive experiences of young people.

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BANGIN' UPDATE

  • BANG has developed a campaign for young people to create their own businesses and make a positive impact in their communities.

OUR IMPACT

We make a noticeable impact in the lives of the young people we serve. BANG believes every young person should have the opportunity to exercise power and create positive change.  

51

young people

accessed the Create Change therapy service

10

young people

engaged in a youth voice exercise with BANG and Brent Council

26

laptops donated

to St Mary’s School in Brent to increase digital capacity

130000

POUNDS RAISED

raised for local community groups