Celebrating 25 years of sharing our good fortune
- 18th August 2018
- Our News
ludlowthompson's partnership with Centrepoint has raised over £150,000 to help the UK’s young and most vulnerable
ludlowthompson is celebrating raising a total of more than £150,000 for Centrepoint, the leading youth homelessness charity over the last 25 years. Our hardworking employees have been volunteering, donating, and fundraising to help the improve the lives of young, vulnerable adults in the UK.
Looking back over the last two and a half decades, ludlowthompson’s money-raising initiatives have included:
- Running London 10k’s & Marathons
- Hosting in house tuck-shop & dress - down day initiatives
- Participating in five-a-side football tournaments;
- Completing obstacle course challenges;
- The Apex Park team providing seed funding for a Midlands based partnership with St Basils/Centrepoint
- Our annual Autumn ‘Sleep-out’ in London and Birmingham raising 50% of our annual giving for over 10 year
At ludlowthompson, we have always strived to make a difference to our local communities across London and help improve young people’s accessibility to the city. With that in mind, it’s easy to see why the Centrepoint mission is one close to our hearts.
We have been working with Centrepoint to help provide the country’s young and most vulnerable with the practical and emotional support they need to start them on the path to living independently, getting a job, and turning their lives around. Centrepoint currently supports more than 10,000 young homeless people a year, but there are still many who need their help.
Stephen Ludlow, Chairman at ludlowthompson, says: “We are extremely grateful to everyone who has donated to our fundraising projects over the years.”
“As Centrepoint looks to increase the scale of their housing, education, mental health, and employment programmes, all of us here at ludlowthompson will continue to provide our full encouragement for all the work they do.”
“We are looking to increase the amount of support Centrepoint gives to young adults, from housing, education and apprentice employment programmes and more recently mental health support.”
For more information on Centrepoint and ways to donate please click here.
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