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YouthNet has 100 places in the Gold Challenge and would love you to be part of the team! The Gold Challenge is a unique opportunity to be part of the excitement surrounding London 2012 and raise vital funds for YouthNet … Continue reading
For the whole of June, YouthNet has been picked to be one of three local charities who will benefit from Waitrose’s “Community Matters” scheme in their Barbican branch. This gives YouthNet the the chance to claim a percentage of the month’s charity … Continue reading
Actor Ed Speleers is YouthNet’s first ambassador, helping spread the word about YouthNet and the vital support our services provide to thousands of young people across the UK every day. On Sunday 17th April he will be running the London … Continue reading
What is the project about? On the 9th March, YouthNet launched a brand new interactive and engaging competition, The Site.org £Fiver Challenge, sponsored by the Citi Foundation. Hosted on Facebook, the competition will challenge young people to demonstrate their creativity by asking them … Continue reading
Update: Entry to the 2011 race is now closed. To register your interest in 2012, please email email@example.com. A bit more info… Debuting just three years ago, the Royal Parks Half Marathon has quickly become one of the UK’s most … Continue reading
Entry to the 2011 event is now closed but please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest in next year’s event. We’re very excited to announce that once again, YouthNet has some guaranteed charity places in the 2011 London Triathlon! … Continue reading
What was the project all about? In 2009, the economic climate was having a huge impact on the lives and futures of young people. In those challenging times both YouthNet and Barclays realised that we had an extra responsibility to … Continue reading