Young people living in Newham suffer from an axis of...
LandAid works to improve the lives of children and young people in the UK who experience disadvantage due to their economic or social circumstances.
As a charitable foundation supported by the property industry, LandAid finds ways to apply the generosity and expertise of the industry to this cause.
42nd Street, located in the heart of Manchester, has been finding new and innovative ways to support young people under stress for 35 years.
Operating from an architecturally-acclaimed premises, The Space, the charity delivers a unique programme of therapy, group work, arts-based activity, youth leadership and advocacy.
LandAid, in partnership with the Redevco Foundation, has awarded £100,000 to enable 42nd Street to respond to a 30% increase in demand for their services.
LandAid’s funding will help to renovate a disused 3-storey shop, adjacent to The Space, which will be used by many young people experiencing mental health issues.
not in education, employment or training (NEET)
1 in 7
young people are unemployed
UK children living in extreme poverty by 2020