A donation from the KFC Foundation has provided much needed support to local charity Action4Youth, helping to improve the lives of young people by creating opportunities for them to discover their own strengths and potential – learning what they can achieve rather than what they can’t and creating better life chances.
Action4Youth has received an incredible £21,500 donation from the KFC Foundation. The donation has been made possible thanks to the activities of staff and customers, who have been fundraising at KFC restaurants throughout the Home Counties.
The funding will provide additional support to the 90 youth clubs and organisations backed by Action4Youth, as well as delivering programmes in schools and at its outdoor learning and adventure centre, the Caldecotte Xperience, in Milton Keynes. Action4Youth’s programmes have a huge impact on the future attitudes of young people, not only contributing to stronger community cohesion but building greater awareness of the opportunities available to them in wider society.
Jenifer Cameron, CEO of Action4Youth said: “Our partnership with the KFC Foundation makes a significant difference to the charity, enabling us to offer more young people, of all abilities and from different backgrounds, the opportunity to take part in our programmes and learn the valuable skills that increase their resilience, broaden their horizons and help prepare them for life and work.”
Louise Norris from the KFC foundation said ”The amount raised has been amazing, we are so proud to support Acttion4Youth and the brilliant work they do to help young people in the local area. The KFC Foundation gives st