Our normal Woodcraft Folk youth activities can’t happen during lockdown, but the fun can continue at home. Our work is more important than ever – linking up young people, playing games, making friends and continuing a sense of community and connection while we are physically apart.
Each week, young people across the UK are taking part in our challenges and posting their achievements online, using the hashtag #DreamBigAtHome – will you rise to the challenge this week?
Our weekly programme of live workshops, storytelling and virtual campfires - connecting children and young people online and continuing a sense of community and connection while we are physically apart.
Try out our educational activities to do at home – there are games, craft ideas, things to try indoors, in your garden or on a walk, and a chance to learn about big ideas from climate change to social justice.
Help us to support young people
Woodcraft Folk is needed more than ever in these difficult times – the demand for our work is increasing as children and families are faced with isolation from friends, school and community.
With the closure of both our regular weekly group nights and our amazing outdoor activity centres, we are appealing for donations so we can continue to support thousands of young people across the UK.
We believe passionately that young people’s voices should be listened to and amplified, that they should have an active role in shaping our world and their future.
Your generosity makes our work possible. Whether you contribute financially or by spreading the word about our work so more people can #DreamBigAtHome🌈🌍, you make a real and lasting difference to the lives of children and young people.