• Encourage schools and charities to strengthen their relationships in order to help more young people experience the double benefit of participating in youth social action
  • Campaign to ensure that young people are recognised for their commitment to high quality youth social action through the UCAS application process
  • Create guidance for charities to highlight the value young trustees can bring and promote the role to young people as a valuable way to develop key skills, whilst transforming their communities
  • Encourage business leaders to promote and measure adult volunteering to support youth social action and use their resources and investment to open up more social action opportunities for young people
  • Encourage participation in social action through leading the international day of giving #GivingTuesday in the UK
  • Encourage further intergenerational learning around charitable giving to ensure that values are passed down through the generations
  • Ahead of the 2015 General Election, we will call for parties to commit to introducing the recommendations provided in the ‘Creating an Age of Giving’ report which highlight the important role youth social action has in society