Younger People’s Project The Stuart Low Trust has identified a gap in provision for ‘younger people’, aged between 18 and 40 years, (grouped as 18-25s, 26-40s). We are currently in the process of engaging people, across the 18-40 age range, who might be potential participants in the programme, to co-design it with us. Project Aims The aims of this project are:• To enable younger people affected by social isolation to develop peer social networks • To help younger people build their well-being and resilience and coping strategies through social interactions and mutual support• To engage younger people in meaningful activities and contributions • To enable younger people to engage in education, training and volunteering, moving towards paid work. Younger People's Voices Participant voice is central to the way the Stuart Low Trust develops projects and we intend this process to represent best practice. To this end, we developed an online questionnaire. To achieve a representative cross-section of the community, please could you fill out the survey and share it through your networks. Complete our survey This short survey will take 5 to 7 mins to complete. To answer our online survey, click here. To download a paper copy of the survey, click here. Please return paper copies of the survey to our office, Office 3, 24-27 White Lion Street London N1 9PD.