Your support can change lives.
At New Horizon we value the support we receive from companies looking to make a real difference to young people’s lives. We aim to create strategic partnerships that are unique to each business to ensure that your employees involved in fun, engaging and mutually beneficial activities.
How your company can get involved:
With your employees’ help, we can have a real impact on the lives of young people experiencing homelessness in London. Whatever support they can offer: specific skills, fundraising or raising awareness, we can create a bespoke partnerships that is rewarding and will make a difference to young people experiencing.
Each year, from 1st October through to World Homeless Day on 10th October, we partner with the King’s Cross Central Limited Partnership, Havas People and a community of organisations to raise awareness of, and funds for, youth homelessness.
As a partner, you will be invited get involved in an exclusive campaign in any of the following ways:
Young people experiencing homelessness often struggle to find the opportunities and support they need to get a foot on the career ladder, and become trapped in a catch-22 cycle of homelessness and unemployment. Increasingly we’ve found that finding work is one of the best ways to increase chances of also securing accommodation. Partner with our Employability Team to offer young people opportunities to gain skills and access employment.
We welcome a variety of donations. Please do get in touch if you think your company can help, and we will be happy to issue an up-to-date list of items we need.
Please email Fadzai Dzimwasha for further details, telephone 020 73885560.
Youth homelessness affects us all. As parents, brothers and sisters we know it can happen to our loved ones and people we know. As Londoners it is everywhere all the time. This is a great chance for us all to do something about it and make a real difference. I am proud of the firm for choosing this cause. I expect to be even more proud when we show how much we care by raising a huge amount to help tackle this shameful problem.
Charles Martin, Senior Partner, Macfarlanes