Quotes from Young people on the project

The house project is a chance to develop your personality, without the fear of being judged

Somewhere to make friends & enhancing my skills in a fun, informal environment

The House project has allowed to feel accepted somewhere without a place of judgement, whilst learning new skills

Inspirational time to bond – learn new skills to take with us in the future

A great opportunity for young adults to progress themselves for the future

Good life experience & a good chance to improve your independence skills and team skills

Young person's voice is at the heart of all decision making

Their collective views and ideas drive the development of all house projects through a platform called Care Leavers National Movement. They meet on a regular basis to share good practice, talk about and find solutions to any challenges they are facing and to suggest new ways of doing things. They work hard, have fun and their views make a real difference to how young people leave care and move to independence.

Latest News

Latest News

The Big Give Christmas Challenge: help care leavers achieve their hopes and dreams!
The Big Give Christmas Challenge: help care leavers achieve their hopes and dreams!

This year The National House Project will take part in the Big Give Christmas Challenge Campaign. From Tuesday 30th November to Tuesday 7th December the Charity will seek donations which will be matched funded by the Big Give.

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CEO dons Santa suit and running shoes for care leavers charity
CEO dons Santa suit and running shoes for care leavers charity

Mark Warr thought he’d put away his trainers for the summer but has decided to dust them off for a brand-new festive fundraising run, taking place at Apollo Buckingham Health Science Campus, Crewe on Saturday 27th November. The Run will be in aid of the Charity he heads, The National House Project, a unique charity helping young people on their journey from leaving care. 

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Ground breaking project to support care experienced young people reaches first birthday milestone
Ground breaking project to support care experienced young people reaches first birthday milestone

On the first anniversary of a ground-breaking Midlothian Council project, nine care-experienced young people are being supported to live independent, fulfilled lives.

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