August sees the launch of our first-ever individual fundraising campaign to help fill the £200,000 funding gap left by postponing our three major fundraising events to 2021 due to COVID-19.
The fall out of the pandemic will disproportionately affect the employment prospects of young people, particularly those from deprived communities, where the opportunity gap will widen further. Our programme to give young people the employability and life skills they need to fulfil their potential is even more vital.
We’re asking individuals to support us in one of three ways – donate online, sign up to take part in the Bridge the Gap 2020 challenge or to organise their own fundraising event with family or friends.
To find out more, visit the #BridgetheGap2020 campaign page