NE Youth is the North East’s leading youth development charity supporting young people and youth organisations. Based in the west end of Newcastle upon Tyne, we provide services for youth organisations in Northumberland, North Tyneside, and Newcastle.

Our vision is for all young people in the North East of England to have the opportunities they deserve to get involved in their communities, enjoy their lives and achieve their potential.

Our mission is to provide a high quality, diverse and positive youth offer in the North East through our own services and by providing our members with relevant information, advice and support.”

To find out more about the work we do, please browse around our web pages, like and follow us on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and Instagram, or get in touch using the contact details below.

NE Youth
34 Grainger Park Road
Newcastle Upon Tyne

Tel: 0191 272 7494    Email:

Company No. 7303754   Registered Charity No. 1139518



Enterprise Week Challenge

1st December 2017

NABGC 2017 ‘Class D’ Boxing U21 Championships

11th December 2017

Member Forum

23rd January 2018

Burns Night Ball

26th January 2018

HR Workshop

30th January 2018

Emergency First Aid

21st February 2018

ROFLOW Raceday

23rd March 2018

UPS Road Code

Available Now

Generation Code

Available Now

Money For Life

Available Now

Digi Know

Available Now



NE Youth are launching the #MerryEveryday Christmas campaign, with the simple message behind it is that some young people/families don’t look forward to Christmas for lots of different reasons. The  #MerryEveryday Christmas Campaign aims to raise money and awareness to prevent young people from being vulnerable and provide ongoing support and services to the YP of the North East – we want our members & the young people we support to be #MerryEveryday!

To support the #MerryEveryday campaign members can get busy on social media to help raise awareness. Members can also run their own Christmas themed events whether that be a party, festive dress up, sponsored walk/dance/ football match – any money raised stays with you to support your ongoing work. All we ask is for members to take photos to share on Facebook, Instragram, and Twitter. The Member best festive pic with the hashtag #MerryEveryday will win a fab prize! 

You can also support #MerryEveryday by donating to the NE Youth Virgin Money Giving page!

Go to our #MerryEveryday page for more information!

#NEYouthTennerthon Challenge

To coincide with Global Entrepreneurship Week (13-19th November), NE Youth are inviting young people to participate in the #NEYouthTennerthon Challenge. This fun and creative entrepreneurial competition encourages young people to use and develop key skills to plan and deliver an idea to make money for their organisation. Please see below and attached poster.
The closing date for entries is 1st December, and the challenge is to make as much money as possible before the end of January. There will be prizes for the group who makes the most money, as well as for the most creative idea and the idea that has the most social impact.
If you think any of the young people you are working with would be interested in taking part, please ask them to complete the Tennerthon Entry Form with details of the group and return it to by 1st December.

Vote for Throckley Youth Group

If you can spare a couple minutes please vote for NE Youth’s Throckley Youth session in the Positive People Positive Places fund (We’re in the Outer West section)!

Throckley Youth Community Action plans to use the funds to create new diversionary activities for young people at the Throckley Community Hall.

Voting closing midnight on the 27th November and the results will be announced at the Positive People Positive Places celebration event on the 29th November.


Sara’s Cambodia to Vietnam Blog

On the 19th October four members of the NE Youth team (Bruce, Ray, Peter and Sara) set off on an adventure after 8 long months of planning, fundraising and training. The aim was to cycle 450 miles from Siem Reap in Cambodia to Ho Chi Min City in Vietnam in order to raise funds for NE Youth member organisation Smile for Life. Funds would go towards setting up a new café where young people with learning disabilities could gain confidence, meet new people and gain real life work experience preparing food and drinks and serving customers…

Read more!