From 2020 onwards, we’re pleased to say we’ll be working with over 150 incredible partner organisations. Local football clubs, charities and councils form our network and come together to deliver the best possible NCS experience for young people across England and Northern Ireland.
Our new delivery network will be led by five Management Partners. NCS Trust will manage delivery in three regions while Reed in Partnership, Ingeus, EFL Trust and The Growth Company will look after the other six regions – here’s a bit more about them:
Reed in Partnership is our Management Partner for East Anglia and West Midlands. They’re passionate about providing public services that change people’s lives for the better. They have worked with us since 2014, delivering life-changing programmes that positively transform young people and their communities.
With us since 2014, Ingeus has a firm belief that young people’s lives should be filled with diverse opportunities and that they should have character-building experiences to help them to realise their potential and fulfil their ambitions. We couldn’t agree more. Ingeus will now be responsible for managing the delivery of NCS in both the East Midlands and South East.
The EFL Trust is the charitable arm of the English Football League (EFL). Their vision is: ‘Stronger, healthier, more active communities,’ and they deliver on this with initiatives that focus on raising people’s aspirations and building stronger, more cohesive communities. From 2020, they will be overseeing the NCS programme for Yorkshire and Humberside.
The Growth Company is an award-winning, not-for-profit social enterprise with a mission to enable growth, create jobs and improve lives. Driven by their successes, they aim to leave a lasting legacy of growth by focusing on positive change and tangible outcomes. New to our network, we can’t wait to see what they achieve in the North West.
By now, you should probably know what we’re all about… But in case you don’t, we’re the Management Partner for London, the North East and the South West. Since our pilot programme in 2009, we have given over 500,000 young people the NCS experience, and from 2020 we look forward to being able to have an even bigger impact by becoming a Direct Delivery Partner.
Find out which organisations deliver NCS in your region below:
Activate Group, Cambridge United Community Trust, Cambridgeshire County Council, Colchester United Football in the Community, College of West Anglia, Essex Boys & Girls Clubs, Essex County Council, Harlow College, Hear2Listen, Hertfordshire County Council, Inspire Suffolk, Learn By Design, Milton Keynes Dons Sport and Education Trust, Norwich City Community Sports Foundation, Peterborough City Council, Peterborough United Foundation, Southend United Community & Educational Trust, Stevenage FC Foundation, University of the First Age, Watford FC Community Sports & Education Trust, West Ham United Foundation, West Suffolk College
Activate Group, Catch22, Derby County Community Trust, Education Business Partnership, Flying Futures, Grimsby Town Sports and Education Trust, Ingeus Direct Delivery, Learn By Design, Leicester Riders Foundation, Leicestershire Education Business Company (LEBC), Lincoln City Foundation, Notts County Football in the Community, Nova Education Trust, Scunthorpe United Community Sport and Education Trust, University of the First Age
AFC Wimbledon Foundation, Brentford FC Community Sports Trust, Charlton Athletic Community Trust, Chelsea Foundation, Crystal Palace Community Trust, Groundwork, Jewish Lads and Girls Brigade, Learn By Design, Leyton Orient Trust, Millwall Community Trust, QPR in the Community Trust, Spurs Foundation (Tottenham Hotspurs), Twin Training International Ltd, Watford FC Community Sports & Education Trust, West Ham United Foundation
Catch22, Flying Futures, Groundwork, Hartlepool United Community Sports Foundation, Headliners, Inspira, Learn By Design, Middlesbrough FC Foundation, Newcastle United Foundation, Safe in Tees Valley, Sunderland Foundation of Light
Accrington Stanley Community Trust, Blackburn Rovers Community Trust, Blackpool FC Community Trust, Bolton Lads and Girls Club, Burnley FC in the Community, Catch22, Everton in the Community, Fleetwood Town Community Trust, Greater Manchester Youth Network, Groundwork, Inspira, Lancashire Cricket Foundation Limited, Oldham Athletic Community Trust, Preston North End Community and Education Trust, Rochdale AFC Community Trust, Salford Foundation, The Growth Company Direct Delivery, Tranmere Rovers in the Community, Warrington Youth Club, Wigan Athletic Community Trust, Youth Federation
Action4Youth, Activate Group, Catch22, Charlton Athletic Community Trust, Concordia, Crawley Town Community Foundation, Ingeus Direct Delivery, Milton Keynes Dons Sport and Education Trust, Oxford United in the Community, Pompey in the Community, Resonate, Saints Foundation (Southampton FC), University of the First Age
Activate Group, AFC Bournemouth Community Sports Trust, BF Adventure, Bristol City Community Trust, Catch22, Exeter City Community Trust, Groundwork, Learn By Design, Petroc College, Plymouth Argyle Football In The Community Trust, South West Lakes Trust, Twin Training International Ltd, Weymouth College, Young People Cornwall
Activate Group, Birmingham City FC Community Trust, Burton Albion Community Trust, Catch22, Entrust Support Services Limited, Ingeus, Learn By Design, Leicestershire Education Business Company (LEBC), Pilot IMS, Port Vale Foundation, Reed in Partnership Direct Delivery, Shrewsbury Town in the Community, Sky Blues in the Community (Coventry City), Sport 4 Life, Stoke City Community Trust, The Albion Foundation (West Bromwich Albion FC), University of the First Age, Wolves Community Trust, YMCA North Staffordshire, YMCA Worcestershire
Bradford City Community Foundation, Brathay Trust, Club Doncaster Foundation, Element Society, Flying Futures, Huddersfield Giants Community Trust, Huddersfield Town Foundation Limited, Hymers College, Leeds Rugby Foundation, Leeds United Foundation, Middlesbrough FC Foundation, North Yorkshire Business and Education Partnership, Reds in the Community (Barnsley), Rotherham United Community Sports Trust, Sheffield United Community Foundation, Sheffield Wednesday FC Community Programme, The Yorkshire Cricket Foundation, Tigers Sports and Education Trust, University of the First Age, Wakefield Council Youth Services, Wakefield Trinity Community Trust