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Project information

Freephone for vulnerable children and young people

To set up a Freephone line for vulnerable children and young people in Kent allowing them to easily access the support services offered by the Young Lives Foundation including essential advocacy support.

January 2016 - December 2020

Charity information: The Young Lives Foundation

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  • Need


    The most vulnerable children and young people requiring the support of the Young Lives Foundation are also the least likely to have access to mobile phones with credit or the internet, especially those who are homeless or missing. This creates a barrier and can delay young people receiving vital support they need.


    a Freephone line will allow children and young people to contact our service at a time convenient to them and receive immediate support and advice with no cost or delay.

  • Aims

    Aim 1

    To start a Freephone line for vulnerable children and young people


    » We will monitor the calls we receive

    What success will look like

    By the amount of telephone calls received and logged

  • Impact


    This will enable young people to make a free phone call when in need of help.


    The only risk is if other people may use the Freephone for routine calls, we will do our best to monitor this


    we will be able to say how many children and young people have used the Freephone line, the reason why and the result.

  • Budget

    Budget - Project Cost: £10,000

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      Amount Heading Description
      £10,000 Freephone Line Rental of 0800 number
  • Background


    The whole of Kent and Medway and any other part of the UK.


    Children and young people who are vulnerable and disadvantaged.

  • Why Us?

    Why Us?

    We have been carrying out this type of work since 2007 and have much experience.

    Read more about the Charity running this project.


    Stephen Gray