Cambridge Building Society
The YMCA will benefit from three months of support through fundraising and hands-on help, which will be organised by the charity team leaders Marianne, Tara, Ebony and Jade.
Stephen Mitcham, Chief Executive of The Cambridge said: “Supporting the community is at the heart of everything we do. We were set up nearly 170 years ago to help local people own their own homes and we’re proud to still be a big part of the community in which we live and work.
“The level of enthusiasm for our charity work within the organisation is consistently high and there is genuine excitement when it comes to choosing our charities and setting up a programme of events and activities. People love building a relationship with the charities and spending time finding out what they do, how they do it and getting involved in a tangible way by donating their time.
The Cambridge and YMCA Partnership
YMCA Trinity have been a local charity since 1852, who’s focus has always been on building proactive and sustainable communities with an emphasis on supporting vulnerable young people on their journey from dependence to independence. They work with individuals and families to build better futures through their extensive range of programmes and interventions. This includes Housing, Health & Fitness, Youth Projects, Youth Justice Services, Mental Health Counselling, Employability Programmes,
Volunteering and much more.YMCA Trinity Fundraising and Marketing Manager Ian Knibbs said: “We’re absolutely thrilled to have been chosen to work with The Cambridge as a charity partner in 2019. The organisation has an excellent reputation for its community work and we share a lot of the same values so I have no doubt it’s going to be a very successful partnership for us all.”
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