Supporting every young person to achieve their potential

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About Us


Positive Futures is a youth development charity supporting young people in North Liverpool.

We believe that Everyone Deserves a Chance – and our team are committed to supporting every young person to achieve their potential. We do this through our open access, targeted support work and personal development interventions which collectively, support thousands of young people in Liverpool every year. Read our Annual Report for a full break-down of our impact from last year.

How Our Youth Development Charity Works

Getting involved is quick and easy. Whether you are young person who wants something to do, somewhere to go or someone to talk to; a parent looking to access one of our services for your child, a local school looking to access our intervention or a referral partner who would like to utilise the expertise of our team, simply contact us. You can also follow along on social!

Some of our impacts from last year

detached sessions

1 to 1 sessions

Open Access Sessions

covid-19 announcements

Following the recent Government restrictions, our team at Positive Futures wants to remind you of the importance of staying home if you or someone in your bubble at school tests positive for COVID-19 and is sent home.
  • This also means that you need to self-isolate from being with groups of friends at the park and even attending face-to-face activities at Positive Futures.
  • We encourage you to try your best to continue helping to keep others around you safe.
  • Remember to always wash hands, cover face, make space and self-isolate if you or someone in your bubble has tested positive and you have been asked by your school to stay home.

What’s on at Positive Futures right now?

  1. Weekly sessions and activities are currently being delivered online via zoom.
  2. 1-2-1 sessions are available at our units at Positive Futures and virtually via zoom.
  3. Detached youth work is still being delivered in all four wards by our youth workers.

All our youth workers delivering services in person are following all necessary safety measures and asking young people and families to do the same.

Anyone entering the PF units will be: Screened, asked to use disinfectants, be required to social distance and must use masks at all times. As an extra precautionary measure, we are following updates from Track and Trace to keep on top of the updates that affect young people.

If you have any questions about our weekly activities, one-to-one sessions or detached services, please contact us!

Please continue to check the GOV UK website for more information on recent COVID-19 measures.

Stay safe everyone and let’s continue to help keep others safe!

-The Positive Futures Team



What We Do


From card groups to cookery, climbing to crafts, dance to drama – our open access sessions take place weekly.


Our team can support with the likes of depression, anxiety, neuro-diversity, ASB and crime, self-estseem and happiness to name just a few.


Young leaders, confidence building, new skills and new opportunities, we want to give our young access to new experiences and support.

A £10 donation

Would buy the arts and crafts needed to run one session for 10 people

A £100 donation

Would pay for the equipment needed to run sports sessions with 30 young people.