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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AP began their journey with us on the Summer NCS programme, with her wave located in Aylesbury. Throughout the first day on programme at our Caldecotte Xperience, AP was reluctant at first to take part in any of the climbing activities but overcame her fear and pushed herself to give it a try, which resulted
After the long, interminable periods of lockdowns and isolation it is an absolute joy to have people coming together again. While our programmes and activities have been running at full bore all summer it is just in recent weeks that those other, social events which are so much part of our operation, have returned. We had
The news of the death of HRH The Duke of Edinburgh has inspired many memories and reminiscences from those who have taken part in the Duke of Edinburgh Award down the years and one of the most notable features is the longevity of the programme and its global reach.
Action4Youth delivered two fun days of activity sessions for 90 children from High Wycombe aged 4- 11 years as part of the Holiday Activities and Food Programme from Buckinghamshire Council. The programme was set at YouthSpace, in Green Street and the activities were for children who are eligible for free school meals.
Schools have gone back and we are now inching our way forward, with fingers crossed, to the easing of further restrictions. We know of the problems for young people which have been the consequence of the pandemic; the anxiety, fear, disruption to normal life, concern about exams, jobs and the future, withdrawal, loneliness, isolation and sadly, for many, bereavement.