The 99% Campaign Pledge

The “99% Campaign Pledge” initiative aims to bring together, young people, members of the public, organisations and groups to celebrate the 99% of young people who are making a real and positive contribution to our diverse communities.

Those committing to support the 99% campaign and its key principles will be entitled to use the 99% ‘pledge mark’ in recognition of their support.

The key principles:

  1. We recognise the positive contribution young people make in their communities
  2. We will support young people by listening to their concerns and ideas
  3. We will support young people by providing opportunities to participate and contribute to their community
  4. We will help to identify and support young people who are positive role models and share these positive stories with the 99% Campaign
  5. We will challenge negative stereotypes of young people
  6. In one year’s time, we will allow young people of the 99% Campaign to check if we are living up to the Pledge

By signing up to the Pledge you can display the 99% pledge mark.

e.g. Public agencies, shops, schools, colleges, councils, voluntary groups, businesses, families, community associations, supermarkets, charities, trusts

Your Name (required)

Your Organisation (required)

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List of organisations that have signed the pledge:

  • Partnership for Young London
  • Place2Be
  • Hackney Play Association
  • Victim Support England and Wales
  • Envision
  • Youth Justice Board of England and Wales
  • Brathay Trust
  • The Eleven
  • Pavilion Study Centre
  • Independent Academic Research Studies
  • The Cardinal Hume Centre
  • The Bridge Academy
  • London Criminal Justice Partnership
  • National Council for Voluntary Youth Services
  • JTJ
  • Envision
  • IARS
  • The Bridge Academy
  • London Borough of Bexley
  • Metropolitan Police
  • 1A ARTS
  • Jack Petchey Foundation
  • Future Culture
  • Westminster Young People’s Scrutiny Panel
  • Habadashers’ Aske’s Knights Academy PTA
  • Sue Ryder
  • Restorative Justice Nederland
  • Metropolitan police, Volunteer Police Cadets
  • Acland Burghely
  • St Pauls Girls
  • The Bull Theatre
  • E13 Learning Community