Young people here at the All Saints Youth Project don’t want to live in fear. They want to drive some positive change. To lead a campaign to help people make the right choices.

A total of 97 stabbings and a staggering 269 knife related incidents have been reported in Birmingham since January.

Knife crime affects us all. It hurts us, our families, our communities.

It can be anywhere -even in the safest places. People with families are putting them all at risk by carrying a knife. We need to keep each other safe.

Connor, young person


We need to tackle this together. And our young people want to be at the forefront of this charge.

Our young people want to create a message of hope. Your generosity will help them devise and realise a campaign with an educational film resource.

Please see their previous work on the issue of Cyber Bullying:

Your donations will help fund:

  • inclusive youth sessions; group work and positive activities
  • young volunteers; giving their time to support others and assist in delivery
  • equipment use from professional filmmakers
  • materials and resources; for developing a campaign

The All Saints Youth Project is a local charity supporting a range of young people 11 -19 (up to 25 with additional needs) and their families. Each year we work with over 350 individual young people and 250 families, providing inclusive sessions, holiday schemes, accreditation, residentials, support groups, parenting courses and counselling.

 

There is no charge to the young people and families we support. We rely on volunteers and donations to help make this happen.

Visiting the Knife Angel