BBC Radio 4 Appeal: Employability Fund

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Just £23 can provide a young person with an hour of advice from a specialist coach.

On 22nd September, award-winning actor Michael Sheen will present the BBC Radio 4 Appeal for End Youth Homelessness. The appeal is in support of EYH’s Employability Fund, which provides vital 1:1 support for homeless young people across the UK, allowing them to access education and employment pathways.


Jess's Story

Jess suffered from mental health issues and faced homelessness. She dreamed of getting into youth work so she could help other young people like her. With the support of End Youth Homelessness, her dreams came true – Jess now has a home of her own and is qualified in youth work. By donating to the appeal, we can help even more young people just like Jess.

Listen To The Campaign

From the 22nd September, we need you to spread the word.

The appeal will first air on BBC Radio 4 on Sunday 22nd September, before being available to listen to online. Listen in to Michael sharing our story at the following times…

FIRST BROADCAST: SUNDAY 22ND SEPTEMBER AT 7.54AM

FIRST REPEAT: SUNDAY 22ND SEPTEMBER AT 9.25PM

SECOND REPEAT: THURSDAY 26TH SEPTEMBER AT 3.27PM

SHARE THE CAMPAIGN

We need you, our wonderful supporters, to share the camapign far and wide. Will you to listen to the appeal, share Jess's story, donate to the Employability Fund and encourage friends and family to do the same?

For every £1,200 raised - EYH can support a homeless young person into an education or employment pathway which will transform their life. 

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