When searching for a partner, we wanted a charity that focused on London, tapped into the needs of our capital and resonated with our staff. After meeting the London Youth team and visiting the community centres, we knew London Youth would be the perfect partner for KFH.”arrow
Companies large and small play a critical role in making our work possible.
Without their expertise, fundraising, volunteering and the direct opportunities they provide young people we wouldn’t be able to support so many from across the capital. We hope your company will join our growing number of corporate supporters who have chosen us as their charity partner.
The environment for young Londoners is changing and now, more than ever, we need to make sure we continue to invest in the amazing youth work organisation that will help young people develop the skills, confidence and resilience they need to become happy, healthy and successful adults able to navigate fulling careers and give back to their communities.
You can find out more about why we know #GoodYouthWorkWorks by taking a look at our latest learning and impact work.
Here are just some of the ways you can get involved with London Youth, support our work and make a real difference to young people growing up in communities local to you.
- Give your time through employee volunteering
- Choose us for your charity of the year
- Take on a fundraising challenge
- Host a corporate fundraising event
- Provide career opportunities for young people
- Make a donation
- Host your team building day with us
- Support your employees to give through their pay
For more information about becoming a London Youth partner please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or complete the form to the right
Meet some of our current partners and supporters
For the past two years NBC Universal have joined us at Woodrow High House for a day of volunteering and have helped us transform our basement into a brilliant youth friendly space for our member clubs when they visit and built an amazing new team building challenge course.
CVC Capital Partners
The summer months can present a real challenge for our members and, with school out and fewer funded programmes for young people, they struggle to provide enough opportunities. CVC Capital Partners were kind enough to support with a pot of funding youth clubs could apply for to support their summer activities.
We are delighted to be chose as Kinleigh Folkard and Hayward’s charity of the year for 2017 – find out more about how the partnership will support our members and youth work across the capital.
Julian PeakJulian Peak Sales Director at Kinleigh Folkard an Hayward
We chose to support London Youth as we believe some young Londoners get a rough deal. Whether it’s because of preconceived perceptions, upbringing or lack of opportunities”arrowNathan Otto E.g.1
Everyone I spoke to either on the day or as they were getting on the coach said what a fantastic time they had and how they were really happy to be part of the project and what a great thing it was that we were all doing it for London Youth.”arrowKathryn McKenzie NBCUniversal
It has been so rewarding supporting young people from our area to get ready for their [Athan 31] pitch. It has definitely strengthened relationships within the community and I have been happy to show young people that they don’t need to be scared of someone in a suit!”arrowKumar Ganesh Santander Bank
The young people have been great to work with – and London Youth have worked hard to ensure that they are supported, are ready to take the opportunities and that our team at Willmott Dixon are well prepared so we can give them the best experience. We’ve also had the opportunity to give some of our graduate entrants the chance to work directly with young people renovating a Go-Karting track at a youth project in South London. The bond between our team and the young people was really strong, and our graduates got a lot out of it – as well as the pride in helping create a better community facility.”arrowMike Hart Chief Operating Officer, Willmott Dixon Interiors