Young Gloucestershire supports over 1,600 disadvantaged young people aged between 11 to 25, who are facing difficult challenges in their lives.
Whether coping with poor mental-health, disruptive home lives, struggling with school or dealing with addiction or debt, young people turn to Young Gloucestershire for the support they need to stabilise their lives. The charity them to build confidence, motivation and develop skills to move into a job, education or training.
We’re proud to support Young Gloucestershire because of its fantastic work with young people like Chloe. When Chloe was 16, she experienced high levels of anxiety, but thanks to the help from Young Gloucestershire, she has come a long way and will be going to University in September.
She told the charity: “Looking back at my 16-year-old self, I was overly anxious, confused and lost. I am so glad I found Young Gloucestershire. There I found reliable, kind-hearted people who were willing to learn and understand every single problem I raised.
I finally see a great future ahead of me. I owe a lot of my future success to Young Gloucestershire and I hope one day, I can be half the inspiration to others that the charity has been to me.”
Global’s Make Some Noise is very proud to be supporting the charity’s project ‘The Link’ which helps unemployed young people get into work or education and improve their career aspirations.