Press Release – London charity Voyage Youth, helping tackle the root causes of youth crime awarded £15,000 in match-funding from Englefield Charitable Trust

Set up in response to heightened concerns over increased youth violence and murders and issues concerning racial disproportionality in London boroughs, Hackney-based charity Voyage Youth  has received a £15,000 match-funding grant from the Englefield Charitable Trust towards its Young Leaders for Safer Cities (YLFSC) BTEC accredited course. The charity hopes that this grant will incentivise other charitable trusts and businesses to also get behind this much needed education and empowerment programme.

“We’re thrilled to have been awarded this match-funding grant by the Englefield Charitable Trust, which we hope will encourage further match funding from businesses and charitable foundations across the Borough that want to collaboratively help reduce youth crime in London,” said Paul Anderson MBE, Chief Executive at Voyage Youth.

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