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Lifespace Trust - We mentor young people to reduce stress, build resilience and achieve more

Support Us

As a charity, we rely on the generous support of caring individuals and organisations enabling us to mentor so many young people in Warwickshire.

If you would like to offer your support, please contact our business manager.
Here are some ways you can help:

Click here to set up a standing order - a small regular sum could mean earlier intervention for a child or young person to reduce their distress.

Sponsor a mentor or a number of mentees to build the resilience of those young people who may well be your employees of the future.
Click here to make a regular donation

Make Lifespace the named charity in your non-uniform day or other fund raising events to increase the wellbeing of your pupils and, with us, provide that extra support so they can achieve more 

and for lots more ways to help young people in Warwickshire contact us now.


Would you like to: 
  • make a difference to young people’s lives?
  • be part of a warm, friendly and supportive team?
  • increase your emotional intelligence?
  • keep learning everyday?
Then contact us to find out how to become a volunteer mentor with Lifespace

How much time will it involve?
Including all your training, we ask you to give an average of 1 day a week during school term time.

What is it like to be a mentor with Lifespace?
‘I love making a difference to the lives of the young people I work with; but it’s also great to be part of a team again’

‘I think I learn as much from the mentoring sessions as the young person. Mentoring has helped me develop skills that I can apply to all areas of my life – I never appreciated the power of just listening.’

‘the mentor training was excellent and it has stimulated me to develop a career in the helping profession.’

‘I enjoy helping young people realise their full potential in life, encourage them to be confident and develop their self-esteem.’


  • "I cannot stress how important the work Lifespace does is: it literally changes all lives for the better and, for many people, is the one place they find solace and support"   Primary School, Stratford-upon-Avon
  • "I've learnt to believe in myself and stick at a task even if it is difficult"   male mentee

    "Accept that flaws don't matter and that I don't need to change to please people"   female mentee
  • "with the cuts in social care and the increase in pupils with complex family circumstances I do not know what we would do without the support of Lifespace"   Special needs school, Warwickshire
  • "Lifespace provide invaluable and irreplaceable support to our young people"   Secondary School, Warwickshire

    "Mentoring has helped me achieve my goals by having someone I could talk to who would listen to me"   female mentee

Our Supporters

Stratford Town TrustChildren in NeedQueenHeart of England Community FoundationMentoring and BefriendingCares 4 Kids The Openwork Foundation