LVN brings components of the village together to make a change to the lives of vulnerable young people. We help professionals volunteer one hour of time to inspire young people.
Read on to discover more about us and our values.
To change the life paths of the most vulnerable, especially care leavers, those caught in the criminal system and all those growing up in deprived communities. All young people should be entitled to good networks.
To see LVN ‘Passport to Progression’ events take place on every estate so that no young person should need to go far to access support.
LVN is a grassroots organisation set up in 2014. Founder Rachael Box and a team of volunteers have worked with over 300 young people to create a series of programmes that put young people in control.
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City and Islington College
LVN have worked extensively with tutors and students at City & Islington college. As a result, young people have collaborated with LVN on many projects including testing and creating an advertisement of the app and putting on community events. Read the full article here.
Who is Involved
LVN has worked with behaviour scientists at Ogilvy Change and Educationalists to create programs that maximise on one hour of time – we call this The Power of an Hour. Although one hour might not seem much, collectively we can make a big difference.
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