Action4Youth's Fundraising Promise
Our supporters are critical to our success. Your trust is vital to us and we’re committed to being fully accountable to you.
We are registered with the Fundraising Regulator which means we agree to ensure that our fundraising is legal, open, honest and respectful and follows the standards set out in the Code of Fundraising Practice.
We also commit to The Fundraising Promise as follows:
We will commit to high standards
We will be clear, honest and open
We will be respectful
We will be fair and reasonable
We will be accountable and responsible
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Action4Youth News May 2023
This month we focus on ‘altruism’, the selfless acts of people supporting the wellbeing of others. From the current Mayor of Milton Keynes, Amanda Marlow, supporting our capital appeal; to our wonderful marathon runners raising crucial funds; to our fabulous team who never watch the clock as they strive to improve the lives of young
Action4Youth News April 2023
Action4Youth is here for all young people, making a real difference to their futures. With a variety of programmes, we’re here as a vital safety net, a springboard toward realising dreams as well as a voice from and for the young. This month the theme of ‘aiming high’ shines through: From those like James (14) (pictured
Top Training Tips from Sarah Fountain
A message to our Action4Youth Runners – Sarah Fountain, Personal Trainer and Group Fitness Instructor shares her experience and top tips for long-distance running. “Hi, I’m Sarah, a 42-year-old, full-time, self-employed, single mum. I didn’t start running until I was in my 30’s. I started from scratch and it didn’t come naturally at first. I
Action4Youth News March 2023
Action4Youth is here for all young people, making a real difference to their futures. With a variety of programmes, we’re here as a vital safety net, a springboard toward realising dreams as well as a voice from and for the young. This month the theme of ‘long lasting impact’ shines through: From our inspiring trustees
Action4Youth News February 2023
This month has been all about participation: From those being brave at The Junction’s first rock music night, or breaking through the ice at The Caldecotte Xperience, or learning vital lifesaving street first aid to those running like the wind in preparation for the marathon. We say thank you to Harry (17) Ronnie (17), Jacob
Action4Youth News January 2023
This month the teams have been exceptionally busy and the theme of ‘employability’ shines. Over 200 pupils from 10 schools are participating in The Inspiration Programme, broadening horizons for those in years 8 – 13, challenging thinking and showcasing different careers. The Junction’s safe space particularly over the holidays has been bustling, welcoming over 800