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YFF invited to Number 10 and mentioned in PM’s speech
“It has been a pleasure to hear first-hand about some of the great work being done by the coaches, artists, teachers, business leaders and role models, all of you, in this room.
And, at a time when the headlines about young people are all too often bleak, it has been simply inspiring to talk to those of you who have benefited from that work.
Because what this event proves more than anything is that nothing is set in stone.
Nobody should assume that their future leads only one way, nobody should be written off as a hopeless case.”
“This is why the government is putting almost £300 million into our Youth Endowment Fund and Youth Futures Foundation, making sure the money is there for groups and projects that can make a difference.”
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Youth Futures Foundation is delighted to announce that Anna Smee has been appointed as its first CEO. Anna will join in November.
Last month we carried out our interviews for the exciting and important role of CEO of YFF. As part of this process, we held a day of youth panel assessments for shortlisted candidates to set out their vision for YFF to a group of five young people.
From St James’ Park to Middlesbrough Council. Last week we had the pleasure of visiting Newcastle and Middlesbrough, speaking to young people, organisations and services who are working hard to support young people into employment.