Did you know that children from poor backgrounds are six times more likely leave to school without qualifications than any other children?

They need opportunities to succeed. They need people to believe in them.

Too many of the young people we meet believe that there is a ceiling on their potential.

But we believe that every young person, no matter what their circumstances, should have the opportunity to reach their full potential.

That’s why Thrive Teams intentionally live in their communities; committing long-term to the young people growing up here.

Living in the estate helps us to build relationships with the hardest to reach young people: those who are most in need of people who will believe in them.

By giving a little bit of money each month, Thrive Teams Champions make it possible for young people to experience change and bring hope to their communities.

Not everyone can move into a council estate.

But anyone can champion the cause of these young people.

Click here to become a Thrive Teams Champion today via

Imagine if together we could help more young people in tough communities?

Imagine if we could give them the confidence and opportunities to discover their full God-given potential?

Could you give £15, £30, or £20 a month – that’s 65p a day – to make that happen?

Click here to become a Thrive Teams Champion today, and discover the difference that you can make for the young people you believe in.

(This link will take you to who will process your donations on behalf of our parent charity, Innovista)

What others are saying about Thrive

“I have known Thrive and the work it does for and with disadvantaged young people in Barton and Blackbird Leys for many years. Its enthusiastic young team, allied to its sound governance and long term approach, have made a significant difference to the lives of many whose prospects and opportunities would otherwise have been very poor. It is excellent that their model and work have now been extended into Abingdon. It is an organisation that richly deserves philanthropic support to both continue and expand its work.”

Tim Stevenson OBE, Lord Lieutenant of Oxfordshire