Leading Property Agent pledges support for Young People’s Charity

Action4Youth is excited to announce its latest corporate partnership, with leading property agency, Alexander & Co. The agency, which specialises in lettings, sales, property management and financial services and is based in the South East of England, has pledged funding support for Action4Youth’s Young Leader’s Award Programme as well as sponsorship of the award category at   the charity’s Big Night Out event on 11 September.

The Young Leaders Award is a personal development and leadership programme for young people aged 14-19. It’s a great experience and has lasting value, not only as an accredited training programme but also as part of their personal and social development.

The award certificates for the 2019 programme will be formally presented at the Action4Youth Big Night Out.

The Big Night Out, which celebrates the achievements of more than 1,000 local young people, who have taken part in Action4Youth’s programmes and also includes dedication awards for long service by volunteers, will take place at the Aylesbury Waterside Theatre on 11 September.

George Thomas, CEO of Alexander & Co explains why the agency has chosen to partner with Action4Youth: “We are very aware that the future of our communities is in the hands of the youngsters, who are full of potential and energy.

“Action4Youth has been incredibly successful inspiring the rising generation of our community, not only to help themselves, but also help each other. We are incredibly proud to sponsor the Young Leaders Award programme, which educates and encourages young people in positive communication, creative thinking and leadership, all attributes we consider core values within our company.

“We hope our contribution to Action4Youth will allow even more young people to access the award and develop these skills, giving them confidence and helping to shape their future successes.”

For information about Action4Youth visit www.action4youth.org, call 0300 003 2334 or email [email protected].

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