News, reports and information on the evaluation of the Perth & Kinross Youth Work Partnership



Through the development of a dynamic youth work funding partnership, third sector
youth agencies across Perth and Kinross are being supported to deliver effective universal
youth work.

Young people and youth work have a major role to play in society and in the development of vibrant communities. However, youth work in Scotland has been going through a challenging time, with the sector facing a significant reduction in resources. This unique collaboration between the Gannochy Trust and Perth and Kinross Council is aimed at bucking the funding trend and harnessing the value of
youth work.



In Kinross-shire, Almond and Earn, KYTHE aims to serve young people by helping to meet their physical, emotional, social and spiritual needs.

Based in Crieff LOGOS provides a safe, welcoming and caring environment for all young people in Strathearn and Strathallan.


Working together in the East are the Eastern Perthshire Youth Alliance (Strathmore Centre for Youth Development, Alyth Youth Partnership, Coupar Angus Youth Activities Group)

Perth City is served by YMCA Perth that runs a range of youth activities from its city centre hub as well as supporting other organisations to run activities across the city.

Covering Highland and Strathtay, the Breathe Project provide an environment that is safe, nurturing and loving; to build meaningful relationships.


Funded by

Gannochy Trust & Perth & Kinross Council

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External Evaluation by Catch the Light


Have a look at the evaluation reports which highlight the impact youth work has across Perth & Kinross.

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Year 2

Annual Report

Link below to see the report and case studies from year two of the Universal Youth Work Partnership

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Year 1

Annual Report

Link below to see the report and case studies from year one of the Universal Youth Work Partnership

Link to members area - for all Perth & Kinross Strategic Youth Work Partners