There is no easy remedy to this situation but Fuse Youth Café, supported by LandAid and Foundation Partner Blackstone Group, is working hard to give local children and young people hope for the future. Support includes advice on local services, finance, health and fitness, personal development and behaviour.
Fuse staff and volunteers work with around 12,000 young people per year, they provide positive and creative experiences, and encourage them to consider their future, take up opportunities and help them to reach their potential. A joint grant of £80,000 from LandAid and £30,000 from The Blackstone Group has helped Fuse extend and refurbish their premises in Shettleston in the East End of Glasgow. Completed in 2015, it is enabling Fuse to increase activities and facilities for young people in a challenging neighbourhood.
Join us at the official opening of the newly refurbished cafe on Tuesday 16 February 2016 10:00-13:00 by emailing Elise Austin today.
Charity visits are a great way for LandAid supporters to see first hand the fantastic work our charity partners do, and the lasting impact their generosity can have. Visits normally take 1-2 hours and are completely free to attend.