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9th Jun 2015

Adviza is receiving a package of £100,000 plus strategic and operational support from Impetus-PEF. This will be focused on our work supporting vulnerable young people who are not in employment, education or training (NEET), or at risk of becoming NEET, to make the right decisions to move forward. 

Impetus-PEF is a charity which brings funding and strategic resources to high-potential charities and social enterprises working to improve the lives and prospects of young people from disadvantaged backgrounds.

Daniela Barone Soares, Chief Executive of Impetus-PEF, said: “With nearly one million young people in the UK not in employment, education or training (NEET), it’s been a pleasure to see Adviza’s fantastic work in helping young disadvantaged people improve their employment and education outcomes in the Thames Valley region. Adviza are an ambitious charity who want to build on the high quality services they currently offer, as well as helping more young people secure a bright future for themselves. Impetus-PEF is delighted to be working with them by providing funding, strategic advice and pro bono services."

Katharine Horler, Chief Executive, Adviza said: “We are delighted to be working with Impetus PEF. We hope this partnership will help us to develop new and effective ways of reaching the young people most in need. We are looking forward to learning, challenging ourselves and making a bigger impact on people’s lives as a consequence.”

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