Centrepoint, a charity specialising in youth homelessness, has partnered with Coventry Building Society to launch a new Youth Support system in Coventry, including a helpline, employment and education opportunities, and a Coventry Youth Hub, which will be provided by St Basils. The hub will revolutionise the support young people receive, ensuring every homeless and at-risk young person in Coventry has a place to turn in their time of need.
Ourselves, Centrepoint and Coventry Building Society believe that every young person should have a place they can call home. They share the same vision to end youth homelessness for the next generation. Therefore, they have joined forces to make a difference to young people. The hub will offer various services such as shelter, education, employment support, and mental health services. The goal is to empower these young people and help them rebuild their lives.
Homelessness is a significant problem affecting young people in the UK. According to Centrepoint, over 100,000 young people seek help from homelessness charities every year, with around 22,000 of them sleeping rough or in unsafe conditions.
The partnership between Centrepoint and Coventry Building Society is an example of how companies can make a positive difference in society by working with charities. The Youth Hub is not only helping young people in need but also raising awareness about youth homelessness in the UK.
The Coventry Youth Hub is a significant step towards ending youth homelessness in the area. The partnership between Centrepoint and Coventry Building Society will provide essential support and resources to young people in need.
We are proud to partner with both organisations. Check back on our website for updates of when the scheme will open.