Our education programmes and wellbeing service change young lives for the better. With your support we can do even more.
What is Inspire +?
Inspire + is a group Inspire of supporters that help our charity to provide life-changing interventions for young people by pledging to donate £1,000 each year. With their support, we’re able to reach young people in our community who might have otherwise fallen through the cracks.
Inspire + member, Andy Perrin, from Hemisphere Freight visiting one of our residential trips
“I was in my element! I came out of my shell and my true colours came out.” – Team Programme participant
Could you help us change young lives for the better? Your support will help us continue to provide:
- Wellbeing counselling so young people can develop coping strategies to overcome challenges;
- Educational programmes that improve confidence, attitude to learning and raise aspirations;
- One-to-one career coaching to provide personalised support and help young people transition into work;
- Free-to-access sports sessions that keep children active, while giving them the skills they need for the future
With your help, we can tackle the issues young people are facing and help them build a bright future.
How do I get involved?
We would love to hear from you if you’d like to become a member of Inspire +. It is a fantastic way to support our charity and gives the opportunity to see the physical difference that our work and your investment can have! Please get in touch with our Fundraising Officer, Sara Warburton, on [email protected] or call 01473 353 194 to start a conversation about becoming a member and supporting our charity.
Thank you to…
“Having had an inner city upbringing with very few privileges, one of the most positive things I was exposed to in my mid-teens were programmes similar to those being offered by Inspire. Now as the owner of a successful and strongly branded International company, I still draw from the life experiences gained and for this reason, I feel especially privileged to be a member of the Inspire +, sponsoring and encouraging young adults along a similar path!”
Andy Perrin, Hemisphere Freight
“My decision to become an Inspire 30 member goes back to my time visiting a group of youngsters in Stowmarket nearing the end of their Team Programme course with Inspire. I spoke to all of them, but to one boy in particular, and when I asked him what was the one thing that he really valued from the course, he replied “my residential.” I asked him what he meant and he replied “this was the first time in my life that I’d been taken out of my comfort zone and my environment and challenged. I learnt about teamwork, responsibility and what it meant to me and others.” I asked him how he was going to use that experience and he replied: “It has given me the belief to do so much more as I’m fed up of just being myself.”
So when Inspire asked me to become an Inspire 30 member, I thought that if I could give one other young person the same opportunity and possibly change their life for the better, it was an easy decision to say yes.”
Peter Dawes, CarterDawes