Combined with over 120 years of experience working with young people; our staff team is innovative, diverse, dynamic and passionate about creating positive, lasting change for young people.
A strong staff team, supported by volunteers, is the foundation of TOKKO. Each staff member offers a unique and valuable set of skills providing TOKKO with a diversity of thought, creativity, perspectives, opportunities, and problem-solving approaches. This allow us to develop exciting opportunities to support young people according to their individual needs; enhancing their mental health and wellbeing and raising their aspirations.
We asked them why they are proud to work at TOKKO.
‘As a famous quote once said “ I had a dream” I am so proud of our staff, partners, the community and especially the young people for making that dream a reality.’
‘I have been lucky enough to see TOKKO develop from its infancy over the last 8 years to the incredible charity you find today; working with some amazing funders, partners, staff and young people along the way to make a lasting positive difference. I get a sense of pride when young people take positive steps forward – (however small those steps might be) and when as a team we find a way to make what initially seemed impossible, possible.’
‘I am proud to work for Tokko because every single member of the team, no matter what their actual job title, puts their heart and soul into this work and does their absolute best to help every young person that they can, often going above and beyond.’
‘The work we do to support young people and being part of an amazing, talented and inclusive team.’
‘I truly enjoy working to increase brand awareness in an effort to help young people in need of support to find us.’
‘Our team and our heart-based ethos.’
‘That it is a place that gives opportunity to young people, and support vulnerable young people out in the world.’
‘I am proud to be part of Tokko as I can see the vital impact that we have on supporting young people and the positive effect it has on their lives.’
That I can assist the team creatively to help engage young people through the Arts.
Being part of the team and making sure that the TOKKO building is a physically safe space where the staff can support vulnerable young people. It is always great to get involved in innovative ideas and projects around the building.
I’m proud to be part of such a diverse, creative and warm hearted team, setting up Luton young people to win at life!
“I love saying hello to such a wide diverse range of amazing young people who visit TOKKO. I especially enjoy investigating what staff may be having for lunch, joining in on appropriate activities and my regular afternoon snooze under the desk.”