In2Out is a registered charity based at HMYOI Wetherby, West Yorkshire. It aims to reduce reoffending amongst children and young people leaving custody and returning to communities across the north of England. In2Out provides one-to-one mentoring to help young people with a whole range of practical issues such as with housing, money, substance abuse, health and relationships. It also supports access to education, training or employment, and helps them find a new positive community and circle of friends to move forward in their lives in a more meaningful and fulfilling way. Last year it supported 91 young people, and its work has consistently recorded a reoffending rate within 12 months of release of less than 25% (compared to the national average of this age group of 65%).

In February 2019, the Foundation has offered £5,000 as a contribution towards the salary of the Mentor Coordinator working in the communities across South Yorkshire and the Humber. It is anticipated that with additional hours per week, the numbers of young people able to benefiting from accessing their mentoring services will increase. The majority of those supported are aged between 15 and 21 years.