Copenhagen Youth Project

Working in partnership with young people. 

Youth Club

Our core programme takes place three evenings a week for young people aged 12-25.

Football & Yoga

Our sports sessions take place throughout each week.

Enterprise

Our employability programme focuses on offering informal support to young people looking to find employment or start their own business. 

Mentoring

Our peer mentoring programme trains young people to support each other.

 Cooking Club

Our cooking club sessions take place regularly both for local pupils at Copenhagen Primary School every Thursday and young people aged 12-25 two evenings a week. 

Music

Our fully equipped music studio is available for those wanting to make music. 

Don’t take our word for it – here’s what people have to say about CYP:

CYP is full of positive, talented and caring people helping young people be the best versions of themselves.

Volunteer

If it hadn’t been for CYP I’d be broken. I would’ve lost my way, I just wouldn’t have been able to cope with all the other stuff I had going on. 

Young Person

That boy used to be such a problem, I’ve noticed a remarkable change in his behaviour over the last year.

Local Resident

THE NUMBER OF YOUNG PEOPLE WE WORKED WITH IN 2017

TOTAL NUMBER OF SESSIONS RUN IN 2017

TOTAL ATTENDANCE IN 2017

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