What We Do
We provide support and mentoring to those who want to exit a criminal and gang-related lifestyle. We major on building relationships first and foremost by establishing the trust required to mentor individuals into employment, training, and education. We work with offending behaviour including, but not limited to, gang affiliation, knife crime, violent behaviour, drugs, and county lines.
Since we started in 2012, we have worked closely with the criminal justice system via prisons, the young offender institution, community rehabilitation, social services, schools, and more. We’re also committed to establishing a presence on the streets in areas known for having a high concentration of anti-social behaviour.
At Exit Foundation, we are proud to have helped a wide array of individuals, their families and others affected by gang association.
WE WORK WITH…
Anyone who wants or requires help
Families and carers affected
Anyone over the age of 10 years old
The Youth Offending Team, social services, and probation
Schools and pupil referral units (PRUs)
It is with your kind donations that Exit Foundation are able to provide support to all individuals affected by gang association and crime. If you’d like to help us continue our mentoring and guidance to those in need, please donate by clicking the button below.
The future mission of Exit Foundation is to provide housing for young people whom are either in care about to leave care or need ‘emergency housing’ requirements. The latter being housing provision for young people fleeing from violence, criminal/sexual exploitation and or abuse.
At Exit Foundation we have noticed a need for a caring, loving and supported environment for young people. We intend to help to facilitate this need and provide such a service shortly. Our housing provision will include a full support package including mentoring, education, life coaching and employment, training and apprenticeship support.