THE WOLFPACK PROJECT

Fighting Loneliness and promoting positive mental health for young people in Nottingham

We are Nottingham’s only youth organisation dedicated to reducing loneliness and promoting positive mental health among people aged 16-35. 

Through a combination of one to one support, social groups, events, and more, we aim to create support networks and build communities between isolated young people.

Run by Nottingham locals who have had personal experience with loneliness and isolation in their lives, we are passionate about providing safe and welcoming spaces to all young people, regardless of background or circumstance. 

Would you like to join our Wolfpack?

 

 

support we provide

The Wolfpack Project offers supportive, meaningful connections for young people through one-to-one support with our Mental Health First Aid-Trained support team, as well as the chance of making new connections and meeting friends through our social groups. 

We run a variety of social groups and events for young people to get involved with, helping them to build bonds and create a social support network that they can rely on. Our groups range from coffee mornings to cinema trips, art workshops to walking groups, so that there is something that everyone will enjoy.

OUR IMPACT 

 Data from our Impact Report for 2022-2023

 

400+
Young people joined The Wolfpack Project.
3000+
Engaged through stands and compaigns.
100+
Engaged in workshops & projects.
20%
Accessing the Wolfpack from beyond NG1-NG9.
32
Different groups run across the year.

It’s such a nice environment to take part in creating something without the pressure of what it looks like or how it turns out. It’s nice to be able to take the time to sit and make something, I wish I could do this more often in my daily life because the process is so relaxing and calming to do whatever you’d like and have enjoyed making it.

Lucy , Age 32

This is a kind and mindful group of people, and the weekly sessions are a really good way to meet lots of new people with different backgrounds and cultures. I’ve grown up in Nottingham, so it’s especially nice to meet new people who aren’t necessarily from the area and can learn a lot from them.

Emma , Age 20

Having socials in Beeston is a lot easier for me to get to so it’s nice to be able to pop down in this area rather than just the city centre. I’ve only been to the Wolfpack groups a couple times, but I made a friend already in the first group I went to, and we’ve met up at The Beeston Social again since the last group here.

Joel , Age 17

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