Volunteering with Teens Unite is for anyone of any age or ability. The only qualifications you need are bags of enthusiasm and a passion for making a difference.
Fitness instructor takes on virtual Three Peaks Challenge, following brain tumour diagnosis, to support others going through cancer.
Earlier this year, five young people registered with us took part in a 'Tote Bag Workshop' in collaboration with Livvy Binteriors. The aim was to sell these bags on in order to raise money for a charity close to their hearts... Teens Unite!
Halsey Masonic Centre hosts a beer and gin festival to raise funds for two local charities
Young people fighting cancer are isolated from their peers, our digital deliveries allow them to connect with others and take part in all kinds of activtities.
Our infamous It's a Knockout made a welcome return, with children and adults taking to the assault course!
Our Strictly Dancing Ball returned at Grosvenor House London, where 14 dancers took to the stage and performed a show-stopping routine to over 500 guests,
Young people overcoming the challenges of cancer learn to cycle
The young people we support get together over a mocktail
Football is good for your physical health, and a good kick about can also lead to improved mental health