What does Youth Almighty Project do?

 Youth Almighty is a project ran by the young people of Sunderland with the help and support of our youth workers and volunteers.

Mainly operating within the West Area of Sunderland we run a variety of projects and programmes.

Our sessions include centre based sessions, detached sessions, outreach, activity breaks and one to one support.

We have a proven track record of delivering programmes which have supported young people who are NEET or at risk of becoming NEET.  We provide high quality, impartial and personalised information, advice and guidance to ensure young people make informed choices which are relevant to their needs.


Youth Almighty Project also operate a Youth Intervention Team working closely with local partners, our teams operate in "Hot Spot" areas targeting young people who are involved in alcohol, drug or ASB issues.  This work includes the use of a 17 seater mini bus to provide diversionary activities and an off/on road quad bike able to access the most difficult to reach places. We also provide a football cage within the "Hot Spot" areas to engage young people in positive activities.



 Our Centre based sessions offer a range of activities such as:

  Pool, table tennis, tennis, Xbox one, PS4, archery,

IT suite, music room, cooking, life skills, volleyball,

crafts, karaoke, issue based work, accredited learning,

football and ball games in our 3G pitch

and lots more!!

We also provide numerous out of centre activities such as bowling, tubing, laser quasar, bike rides, wet n wild & residential weekends.

We are also proud of our voluntary community based work.


What is Youth Almighty Projects Mission and Vision?


Youth Almighty Vision


“Our Vision is to support, inspire and encourage young people to grow and achieve their full potential”


 Youth Almighty Mission 


“To identify, support and value the needs and voices of young people through high quality, inspirational opportunities that engage, educate and empower.  We commit to providing creative and recreational activities that meet the needs of the whole community.”