We give support and opportunities to young people aged 14 to 25 in Gwynedd

Accommodation and support for vulnerable young people who are homeless, or at risk of homelessness.

Ensuring young people have access to mental health resources so they never have to struggle alone.

Amplifying young voices through active listening and engagement on issues they care about. 

Tailored support to help young people build the skills they need to confidently thrive on their own.

Equipping young people with essential tools and confidence to unleash their full potential.



Celebrate diversity and inclusion at Caernarfon Pride on June 29th! Join us for a fun-filled day of parades, entertainment, performances, and community spirit. Learn more & RSVP here:


We're incredibly grateful to have received 15 refurbished laptops courtesy of @scottishpowerhq’s brilliant initiative that not only supports charities but also gives a new lease of life to tech items that could otherwise be discarded. A special thanks to Dylan Herbert (Head of Resources & Planning) for nominating us to receive them, and to Andy Sturgeon for the kind delivery from Liverpool!


Five lucky young people from GISDA are heading to NYC this April thanks to the Welsh Government's Taith exchange programme! They'll explore the vibrant city, connect with peers, and visit the Ali Forney Center. Follow their exciting journey our social media channels!


We're thrilled to announce that we received the Welsh Language Innovation Award at the recent Youth Work Excellence Awards! Huge thanks to our team, young people, and everyone who supports us. Congratulations to ALL nominees & winners - your work is incredible!


GISDA's ICAN Project welcomed Deputy Minister Julie Morgan MS this week! Joined by Gareth Williams & Klare Jordan (Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board) & Dr. Sally Rees (Welsh Government), we discussed the positive impact ICAN is having on young people's mental health. Funded by the Health Board, ICAN provides crucial support to young people in Gwynedd.


We were delighted to welcome the Minister for Finance & Local Government Rebecca Evans MS to GISDA alongside her officials this week. We are so grateful to them for taking so much interest in our work, and are happy to say that they were very impressed with the progress made on our exciting project, Y Maes. We look forward to welcoming them back upon its completion.

GISDA has saved me from a broken home and helped me get an independent, happy life.

If I were to talk to someone about GISDA I would tell them how amazing it is. I am where I am today not just of my own hard work and commitment; I could not have done it without GISDA’s staff.