Thank you to David Stopps of Friars Aylesbury. David put out an appeal a few months ago, for donations of rare ‘Friars’ posters and flyers, as he’s assembling a collection covering all the hundreds of gigs in the club’s fifty year history. David was prepared to pay £20 per item given, however many of the
We are absolutely gobsmacked and delighted that Mayor Mike Smith and his dedicated team have raised over £19k for Youth Concern in his year as Mayor of Aylesbury. Read on for the statement just issues by the Mayor's office. As in previous years, May would have meant the end of my Term of Office as
We have been so overwhelmed by the support we have received over the past 7 weeks, as we all adapt to the challenges of the lockdown. Thank you for getting behind the 2.6 Challenge for us and raising over £1,200. Special mention to Winslow Scouts, Bootcamp Tring and Tring Tornadoes for their fundraising efforts on our
https://youtu.be/hs8Z4hXoRuo You may have already spotted our Chief Executive Hannah on the latest National Lottery TV ad. We receive a grant from the National Lottery Community Fund and it makes a massive difference to the impact we have on young people's lives. Thank you!
Any keen runners looking for a challenge? Why not run the Brighton Marathon for Youth Concern on the 20th September 2020? We have a charity place for this fun marathon which boasts stunning views and roaring crowds. All we ask is that you raise £500 for us. Get in touch if you’re interested.
We are delighted to have received the good news that employees of the Vale of Aylesbury Housing Trust have chosen Youth Concern as their Employee Charity of the Year. We were selected from nine charities via a vote. Employees at the Trust will organise a range of events to raise vital funds to support our work