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The Source Young People’s Charity is an inclusive local Christian Charity.

We support and empower Young People aged 14-25 living in Aldershot and the neighbouring towns to transform their lives through face to face, over the telephone and online Personalised Programmes of 1-1 and group support that build self-esteem, emotional intelligence and resilience.  

We celebrate diversity and our doors are open to everyone regardless of belief or background.

We Are Here For You!

Registered Charity 1112691 and Registered Limited Company 05639458  

 The Source Young People's Charity Home


Value Description

Expressing God’s Love 

reflecting God's deep passion for the world

Rooted in Prayer

encouraging positive expectancy in God’s faithfulness

Igniting Hope

releasing sparkling hope, joy and expectation for life


restoring and creating new life in all

Acceptance & Inclusion

celebrating all as made in God’s image and respecting them whatever their background or belief


not doing, but supporting each person to realise their potential themselves



Your generosity means so much to us and the Young People we support and empower

Thank you to everyone who has supported our work by making a donation.  We very much appreciate your transformational support.

Thank you to the local churches, businesses and societies who have donated funds and in kind support in 2020/2021 including: Acrobat Vehicle Rental Limited, Bridges - Aldershot, Gibraltar Barracks, Grainger plc, Holy Trinity Church - Aldershot, Menzies LLP Farnborough, Morrison plc - Aldershot, NatWest Bank - Aldershot Branch, Park Church - Aldershot, Rotary Club of Aldershot, Rushmoor Community Lottery, St Peter's Church - Farnborough and The Well of Life.

Thank You to: The Albert Hunt Trust, Allchurches Trust, Aviva Community Fund, The Broadhurst Trust, Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport - Youth COVID-19 Support Fund, The Emma Campbell Trust, the Government's Coronavirus Community Support Fund (administered by National Lottery Community Fund), The Henry Smith Charity, National Emergency Trust Fund (administered by Hampshire and Isle of Wight Community Foundation), Lloyds Bank Foundation, Rushmoor Borough Council, Souter Charitable Trust  and Tesco Bags of Help for supporting our work through your grant programmes.