FUNDRAISING PROMISE

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

registered with Fundraising Regulator

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We are very grateful and humbled by the generosity and kindness shown by amazing people, organisations and trusts who support us.

Action4Youth News

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NCS Lions Lair 2022

You need to be brave to enter The Lion’s Lair!

I’m Paul Kitchen, an ambassador for Action4Youth, and this week, I was invited to become a Lion! I should explain… Action4Youth delivers the NCS UK (National Citizen Service) program in Buckinghamshire, Milton Keynes & Slough. One of the initiatives the young people tackle is a “Dragon’s Den” style presentation to bid for seed funding money

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NCS Aylesbury

Action4Youth August Newsletter 2022

A Message from Jenifer Cameron Charities need support. We need help from volunteers, expertise and of course, we need money. We live in extraordinarily uncertain times; having just emerged from the pandemic and now with war in Europe and soaring prices. It is difficult to plan effectively while this level of uncertainty prevails and we

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A4Y June Newsletter

Action4Youth June Newsletter 2022

A message from our CEO Jenifer Cameron Early June is hectic at A4Y and after the past two years it is a delight to be rushed off our feet as we prepare for the first of almost 1200 young people who will be taking part in the National Citizen Service this summer and The Caldecotte

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Action4Youth May Newsletter 2022

A Message from Jenifer Cameron Isn’t it strange that the news is full of airlines struggling to accommodate all those wanting to go on holiday while on the other hand the dramatic rise in the cost of living means many people are struggling to feed themselves and their families. Clearly there is a real divide

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Mental Health Awareness Week

Top tips to cope with Loneliness – Gehad Mursi – Counselling Lead, The Junction Many people can feel lonely for various reasons. Some individuals may feel lonely as the result of the restrictions and the lockdown of Covid-19, or moving to a new school and struggling to make friends, while others may feel lonely even

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