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OnSide Youth Zones is delighted to partner with the Lord Mayor’s Appeal. Here, our Chief Executive Kathryn Morley explains how huge a boost this is for the charity in London and how we will benefit.
“It was absolutely fantastic to be part of the Lord Mayor’s Show and seeing our float pass Mansion House while being broadcast live on the BBC was an incredibly proud moment for everybody associated with the charity. Onside’s partnership with the Lord Mayor’s Appeal is going to be a significant boost for our work in London, helping to take us to the next level as we develop and open our first Youth Zones in the capital.”
Funding generated from the partnership with the Lord Mayor’s Appeal will enable OnSide Youth Zones to provide a range of skills such as high-quality mentoring, personal development and employability skills to ensure that young Londoners are equipped and ready for the future as well as partner with voluntary organisations to provide a range of inspirational and developmental activities. Also, as OnSide caters for young people with disabilities, it will help with the provision of specialist equipment across its London Youth Zones.
OnSide Youth Zones’ London champion Charles Mindenhall said: “We are absolutely delighted to become a partner of the Lord Mayor’s Appeal. This special collaboration will help OnSide Youth Zones and the City create brighter futures for young people across the capital. This will be achieved by providing safe and inspiring places to spend their leisure time, with many wonderful activities and opportunities on offer.”
Young people from Legacy Youth Zone represented OnSide in the spectacular 2021 Lord Mayor's Show. Over 120 floats and 6,500 participants took to the City…Read more