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LandAid’s Paul Morrish in conversation with Phil Kerry, CEO of New Horizon Youth Centre

Phil Kerry is the CEO of New Horizon Youth Centre (NHYC), a leading youth homelessness charity. Under his leadership, NHYC has transformed from a holistic service provider to young Londoners experiencing homelessness to an organisation with national change impact. His vision for change and dedication to the youth sector is inspirational. Phil spoke to LandAid CEO, Paul Morrish, about his career in the youth sector, the future of New Horizon and how tackling youth homelessness is more than just providing housing.

How is the cost of living crisis affecting LandAid’s charity partners and the young people they support?

The cost of living crisis. Currently, a phrase which is difficult to escape from. Costs are rising across basic necessities, like food and fuel, and the knock-on effect that this is having on labour market issues is worsening. With winter fast approaching, concerns are heightening. We spoke to Lynn Gradwell, Director of Young People and Care Leaver Services at Look Ahead, about the cost of living crisis and how it is starting to affect them.