Introducing our Charity of the year

30th September 2021, 12:08 pm

HideOut Youth Zone is a safe and inspiring place for thousands of young people aged 8 – 19, and up to 25 for those with additional needs, to enjoy their leisure time.
Located on Hyde Road in Gorton, HideOut Youth Zone is a charity dedicated to supporting young people by providing three things that all young people need and deserve – somewhere to go, something to do and someone to talk to.

Inside the £6.6million Youth Zone, young people are welcomed by friendly, qualified staff and a team of committed volunteers. They have the opportunity to take part in over 20 fun and engaging activities every evening including sports, arts, music, media, dance, drama and much more.

Employability workshops and support is available for any young people who need help getting into employment, education or training. Inside HideOut’s enterprise suite, young people will be encouraged to dream big and develop their entrepreneurial skills.
By providing fantastic opportunities and offering support in a safe and secure environment, HideOut Youth Zone is set to make a real difference in Manchester.

As part of a year of support for the charity which has been chosen by chair of pro-manchester and OpenMoney Founder Anthony Morrow, pro-manchester will raise awareness of The Thousand campaign alongside raising funds for HideOut Youth Zone. Fundraising will take place at some of its key events including The Annual Dinner taking place in November 2021. The charity will also benefit from regular exposure across pro-manchester’s network through press, communications and events.

Speaking about the partnership pro-manchester Chairman Anthony Morrow said

“ It is always tough to choose a charity partner but I was so impressed with the work HideOut Youth Zone does, which really aligns with my ambitions for my term as chair. In particular to improve inclusivity around Manchester, to make real efforts as a community not to leave youngsters behind in a city they increasingly feel detached from and to commit to increasing the opportunities for these young people as Manchester grows as a city”

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