Building and sky

Your support can change lives.

Corporate support of our is vital to giving marginalised young people the chance to build a better life. The benefits of this support are not simply one way however: a report by Cone Communications shows that companies supporting social or environmental issues enjoy improved brand image and customer loyalty:

  • 93 percent of global citizens will have a more positive image of that company
  • 90 percent will be more likely to trust that company
  • 88 percent will be more loyal (i.e., continue buying products or services)

We spend a very small amount on governance and income generation, so you can be sure the nearly every penny you raise or donate will go directly to delivering support to young people in need.

How you can help:

  • Organise a fundraising event for us: Staff fundraising is a great way to raise money, build team spirit and have fun! From bake-offs to book sales, marathon running to onesie-wearing there are dozens of activities that would make a big difference to our work. Click here to download our fundraising pack.
  • Join our 50th Club: In our 50th year we're celebrating our corporate partnerships by asking those who make a contribution to join our 50th Club and support our fundraising efforts. Being kept up-to-date on all NHYC developments via our bi-monthly newsletter, you will also receive a certificate confirming your contribution and an invitation to visit the centre to see how you have helped our vulnerable young people.
  • Adopt us as your “charity of the year”: We'll work with you to ensure you get as much information about our work as possible, as well as delivering an inspiring presentation to your staff to tell our story.
  • Donate basics supplies: We are grateful for donations of tins and dried food, toiletries, paper products, cleaning items, detergents etc. 

Please email Stella Howe for further details or telephone 02073885580.

“We are delighted to partner with New Horizon Youth Centre in their 50th Year. We greatly respect the work they do with young people who are homeless and we are committed to doing everything we can to make a contribution to the Centre’s costs.”

John Nugent, CEO of 50th Club member Green and Fortune

Give Your Support

All your contributions, however small, help our work to continue.