Everything we do as a charity is underpinned by the mighty voices of children and young people. Far too often, the voices of young people experiencing challenges or facing adversity in their lives simply go unheard. Our youth voice services inspire young people to express themselves through the power of creativity.

We also work with other charities, organisations, youth services, and employers to support best practice, youth-led approaches which foster meaningful cultures that place youth voice at the heart.

explore our youth voice work

our youth board

Our Youth Board of seven mighty young people aged 16-25 play a central role in our charity, helping to inform our services and decision-making. They provide insight, ideas and perspectives on young people’s needs and experiences. And they get involved in all areas of TMC, including recruitment, service development, creative workshops, exhibitions, our Youth Voice Network, and our podcast series!

mighty employers network

Our Mighty Employers Network brings together like-minded organisations committed to supporting young people aged 16-25 from vulnerable circumstances. We offer funding, support, training, guidance, and networking opportunities which empower employers to provide opportunities for young people to succeed in the working world.

youth voice network

Led by our Youth Board, our Youth Voice Network is a space for organisations to share best practice approaches to youth voice and better understand the topics that young people care about – from education, mental health, and the environment to diversity, equality and inclusion (EDI).

youth voice consultancy

We work with a variety of organisations and youth services in a consultancy role to support creative youth-led projects that provide a platform for young creative voices. From creative workshops to videos, we’re here to help you empower your young people to express their voices. If you’re interested in exploring how we can support one of your creative youth voice projects, get in touch today.


We’re proud to be a partner involved in the SPROCKET (Systems and Process Redesign and Optimisation at Childhood Key Events and Transitions) project. It aims to change the delivery of services for children and young people with complex health needs over a period of 18 months. By bringing our expertise in placing the views of children, young people and families at the centre, SPROCKET will focus on improving services at key transitions for the most underserved communities.

Led by University College London, we’re working with parents and children with lived experience, alongside Great Ormond Street Hospital and two other charity partners, MENCAP and WellChild.

common values, shared dreams

Common Values, Shared Dreams is our joint project with Werkhaus e.V in Krefeld, Germany, funded by the Cultural Bridge programme. This exciting transnational collaboration will see an exchange of ideas, concepts and best practices, drawing on our expertise in developing cultural programmes for children and young people experiencing disadvantage in our respective countries.

our mighty youth board’s spoken word film