Two Dudley Councillors will be spending Christmas Eve sleeping rough to raise awareness of youth homelessness in Dudley and money for YMCA Black Country Group!
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Two of our Housing Key Workers took to great heights on Sunday 20th July to raise money for YMCA Black Country Group. The pair volunteered to hurl themselves off a 138 foot crane (whilst attached to a bungee rope) raising over £100 between them.
YMCA would like to invite people across the Black Country to join them in an evening of celebration of 5 years of the YMCA Open Door project.
Students at Stafford Grammar School have donated their Harvest offerings to our residents at the foyer in Rugeley. The school has been donating their Harvest offering to us for almost 10 years and we rely on support of local organisations, such as Stafford Grammar School to help us raise awareness and break the stigma attached to…
Rachael Taylor works for YMCA Black Country Group as the Host Co-ordinator for the Open Door Project. Rachael decided to run the Coniston Marathon to raise money for the Open Door Project, to enable the young people and Hosts involved in the project to go for a break on a residential weekend away, to get…
YMCA Black Country Group rallied over 100 people to sleep rough in freezing temperatures this weekend who have raised over £6,500 for the local charity, in order to support homeless young people across the Black Country.
YMCA Black Country Group will be holding the first YMCA Fun Run in Sandwell Valley on Saturday 27th October.
Natalie Gilliland, PA to the CEO here at YMCA Black Country Group has just completed the 3 peaks challenge in aid of YMCA Black Country Group. There were plenty of ups and downs and lots of money raised to support our residents. Natalie was kind enough to share her experience with us.
YMCA will be holding their annual schools sleep out event in partnership with George Salter Collegiate Academy on July 1st 2011.