Become A Supporter

Warrington Youth Club is a registered charity and heavily relies on funding, businesses and members of the public to continue providing services to young people of Warrington.There are many ways in which your company can help the Club. Here are a few ways to help:

FUNdraising- Getting your staff involved

Fundraising can be fun and a bit of healthy competition across staff teams can really drive staff morale. Your staff can get involved in a number of ways other than fundraising, this can involve volunteering some time to the club, becoming a mentor or taking on a challenge. 

Championing our events- Corporate sponsorship 

The Club runs several events each year attracting many supporters. For each event, there is a variety of opportunities for sponsorship which will raise the profile of your company. 

Gifts In Kind

As a charity, sourcing expensive items of equipment can sometimes be out of our reach. We are always on the look out for donations of equipment such as sports goods and arts and craft materials. The Club also hosts several events for our members throughout the year, including Halloween and Christmas parties any suitable donations such as decorations, Christmas toys or raffle prizes are always gratefully received.

Charity of the Year Partnerships

Why not make Warrington Youth Club your chosen charity for one year? Together we can make a difference to the lives of young people and also help raise the profile of your company -  its a perfect way to raise staff moral by getting them to back a great cause. And of course, you’re welcome to come to the Club and meet some of members to see exactly where your money goes!

Enterprise support

Along with our youth club based at The Peace Centre, we also have "The Skills Bank" which is aimed at 16-25 yr olds to support them into further training or employment. We run job clubs and enterprise programmes weekly and would be interested in reaching out to businesses for their knowledge and guidance. This could include delivering a session on your area of business, running work placements or even taking on a young person as an apprenticeship.