Partnership Projects

We can achieve and offer so much more by working together in partnership with local and national partners to achieve positive outcomes for young people. We welcome opportunities to work together to:

  • Support young people
  • Apply for appropriate joint funding
  • Share skills and resources

Take a look at some of the additional opportunities available to young people through partnership working below.

Together we can identify opportunities and make a positive difference to our local young people – the possibilities are endless.

Wednesday Youth Drop-In (Luton Council)

Come down to TOKKO and Luton Youth Partnership’s joint venture youth drop-in every Wednesdays between 5-7pm. A fantastic opportunity to unwind, chill and make new friends in a safe youth space. Staffed by qualified youth workers and trained volunteers why not try something a bit different with something for everyone from gaming and crafts to cooking and music. All young people aged between 13-19 welcome.

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Boxing Saves Lives - FREE boxing classes

Boxing Saves Lives is offering FREE boxing classes for 16 to 19 years olds starting Friday 22nd September at 11am

This sessions are for the asylum seeker community, especially unaccompanied minors.

Sessions will be at Luton Town Boxing Club, at 31 Latimer Road and no equipment is needed.

Contact JP on 07540 306467 or e-mail: for more details.


History of the Trust

The concept of the Trust was formed during a meeting in October 2003 between four Rotarians, one from each of the four Rotary Clubs in Luton, who were each to become President of their respective clubs during the Centennial year of Rotary International in 2004-5. They had met to seek a joint project to celebrate the Centenary Year and which would have an ongoing and lasting benefit to the community of Luton.

The four Rotarians were:
Bronwen Philpott, Roger Munday, Barrie Blewitt, Bob Firbank

Many ideas were discussed, and the four Rotarians found common favour with the idea of the formation of the ‘Rotary Youth Trust for Luton’ as a lasting reminder to ‘Rotary in Luton’ , its objects being to identify and give assistance to local young people with the potential to be tomorrow’s leaders, sporting, artistic, and academic achievers.

Total Wellbeing - Luton

Total Wellbeing supports people age 16+ living in Luton who want to improve their physical and emotional health.

Total Wellbeing Luton offers:-

  • Free Educational Webinars
  • Free Educational Workshops to organisations, businesses and community group
  • Free Emotional Health Treatments
  • Healthy Lifestyle Support and Services

This downloadable booklet provides a list of all Total Wellbeing Luton’s emotional health psychoeducational workshops and webinars.

Contact Total Wellbeing Luton for further information on 0300 555 4152 or by email at

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