We are proud be supported by so many amazing organisations and businesses who play a key role in our work and enable us to achieve our mission to invest in more young people who need us to stand by them.
From pro bono support, work place experience visits, sponsorship to mentoring, fundraising and support through supply of services and expertise we are always keen to develop new partnerships.
We believe in meaningful, mutually beneficial cross sector relationships that benefit young people in a range of ways. Below you can see our supporters so far.
You can join the likes of Kat Marketing, UK Power Networks, Barclays, Metro Bank, Tiptree, Direct Solutions, WRS Insurance and others to enhance opportunities for young people.
We have many partners who we join with to enhance what we deliver to young people. This provides new experiences and young people can more easily navigate the support provision on offer locally. We are proud to work with Essex Fire & Rescue Service to be able to offer Firebreak as part of our Futures Academy programme, Greenpath Ventures on bushcraft activities and outdoor wellbeing activities and Essex Outdoors to offer great experiences which grow confidence, communication, leadership, teamwork and resilience.
We are always keen to join with other organisations to pursue joint opportunities to enhance the offer and support to young people and keen to hear your views and ideas. We truly believe we are better together, and stronger together.
Our memberships support and enhance the work we do. They support us with governance and support us to function with strategy, vision and develop new skills, new ways of working to ensure we remain lean, agile to need and innovative and creative in our approach. We are committed to being transparent and youth led. We are proud members of Social Enterprise UK, Small Charities Coalition, NCVO and Fundraising Regulator. We are a disability confident employer and members of the Alliance, CVST and Tendring Community Safety Partnership. We are also resisted with the Information Commissioners Office and Fundraising Regulator.
We would like to say a huge thanks to our funders for the belief they have shown in us to deliver first class services to young people. These funders have enabled us to showcase what we do, the impact it has and the new challenges and experience this can open up to our young people.
We will continue to work with, and build positive, meaningful relationships with local, regional and national funders to provide innovative and unique programmes and interventions that look to support young people facing social challenges.