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Young Westminster Foundation

Last Updated 19/04/2018

Service/Activity is free
Wheelchair accessibile venue

We are a free membership organisation offering advice and support in:

• developing new public, private and third sector partnerships
• joining forces to improve the lives of children & young people in Westminster
• brokerage with local businesses and Corporates - establishing and developing lasting relationships
• partnerships to access and secure new funding from businesses, trusts and foundations amd individuals
• a new Grants Pot for innovative youth activities available to members
• access to a Venue Bank to find, book and use low cost locations for youth projects and
• training courses and workshops to upskill you in knowing how to effectively deliver to help children and young people across the whole of Westminster.



Who to contact

Contact Name
Philip Barron (CEO)
Contact Position
Chief Executive Officer
Telephone
 07824 776 701
E-mail
 phil@ywfoundation.com

Where to go

Name
Great Western Studios - Unit 122 (PDT)
Address
65
Alfred Rd
London
Postcode
W2 5EU
Notes

The Young Westminster Foundation's offices are located at Great Western Studios, 65 Alfred Road, W2 5EU. This site has disabled access.

Nearest tube Royal Oak

Buses: 18 & 36 

Other Details

Costs

Table of costs
Table of costs
AmountCost Type
0 special offer see 'other info'

Availability

Referral required
Yes
Referral Details

Officers of the Young Westminster Foundation are available by making appointments by email, telephone or in person.

Other notes

The objects of the Young Westminster Foundation are:

a) the promotion of the voluntary sector primarily in the city of Westminster in particular by building the capacity of charitable and voluntary organisations working with children and young people and providing them with the necessary advice, support, information, training and services to enable them to pursue their charitable purposes and improve the efficiency and management of their resources. 

B) to advance in life and relieve the needs of young people through making grants to charities and voluntary organisations that do any or all of the following: 

- the provision of recreational and leisure time activities provided in the interest of social welfare, designed to improve their conditions of life and increase their opportunities; and

- providing support and activities which develop their skills, capacities and capabilities to enable them to participate in society as mature and responsible individuals.

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