Didcot TRAIN Youth Project

Luke O'Neil

Having been involved with youth organisations for the past 12 years, I have never ceased to be inspired by both the services and people who devote their energy to nurturing talent, encouraging aspiration and delivering opportunities to disadvantaged young people, empowering and enabling them to reach their full potential. I spend most of my time as Head of Client Services at a regional charity in the South East of England, and also as member of the Foyer Federation Quality Council, overseeing the accreditation of Young People’s accommodation and training services nationally. I first took an interest and became involved with TRAIN in September 2016 and was instantly impressed by the genuine passion and desire of all those involved with the charity to make a positive impact on the lives of young people living in Didcot and on the community as a whole.

Support Us

If you would like to support our work please consider joining our growing group of supporters who regularly contribute to our funds.

You can do this easily, just take a look at our donate page.

Or, if you have spare time we are always looking for volunteers to help us work with young people but if you don't feel that is your thing we need halp in many other ways too.