HideOut Youth Zone to offer free meals to all members over the winter months amid the cost-of-living crisis. On Wednesday 12 October, HideOut Youth Zone, based in Gorton (Manchester) announced it would offer free meals to all members from 24th October 2022, until 28th February 2023 to support with the current cost-of-living crisis. The cost-of-living... Read more »
Founder Patron, Theo Paphitis Charitable Trust, holds charity event to raise vital funds for HideOut Youth Zone. On Wednesday 8th July, Theo Paphitis Charitable Trust hosted their inaugural charity clay shoot in aid of Starlight Children’s Foundation – UK and HideOut Youth Zone. The event, held at The Royal Berkshire Shooting School, was attended by more than 50... Read more »
Supporters raise vital funds for HideOut Youth Zone at the Great Manchester Run. Thousands of eager runners descended on Manchester city centre for this year’s Great Manchester Run on Sunday 22nd May. After months of training, athletes took to the city’s streets for the annual half marathon and 10k events. Over 20 HideOut Youth Zone... Read more »
Founder Patron, AO, delivered 240 Easter Eggs to HideOut’s young people. This Easter, HideOut Youth Zone celebrated with Founder Patron, AO, who kindly hand-delivered over 240 Easter Eggs for our young people. The Customer Experience team at the Bolton-based retailer spent the weekend collecting the gifts before they were dropped off on Monday 18th April.... Read more »
ATPI signs up to support HideOut Youth Zone. Tuesday 15th March saw the announcement of global business leader in travel and events management, ATPI, as the latest organisation to commit support to Manchester’s young people by becoming a Founder Patron of HideOut Youth Zone. HideOut Youth Zone is a £6.6million state-of-the-art Youth Zone that aims... Read more »
Bruntwood, one of HideOut Youth Zone’s Founder Patrons, yet again launched their annual Christmas campaign, The Wishing Tree, helping to give young people the Christmas they deserve. The campaign encourages Bruntwood’s employees, customers and the local business community to give back by donating a gift from one of the charities’ wish lists. The wish lists... Read more »
Mark Flanagan is an English former professional rugby league footballer who played as a loose forward or second-row forward in the Super League and the NRL, and the England Knights at the international level. Mark opened an independent coffee shop with former Saints teammate Jon Wilkin in Manchester city centre. Mark decided to use his own testimonial events to fundraise for HideOut Youth Zone after visiting the centre.... Read more »
Paul Shannon demonstrates his support to HideOut Youth Zone with incredible Founder Patron pledge. We are delighted to announce that Paul Shannon is the latest individual to sign up as a Founder Patron of HideOut Youth Zone. Paul’s incredible pledge of support further demonstrates his commitment to ensuring the young people of Manchester have somewhere to go,... Read more »
Business development organisation pro-manchester has announced it will partner with Manchester based HideOut Youth Zone to support the charity in raising funds for young people and will support the charity’s innovative Thousand Campaign. Funds raised by The Thousand will give young people unique, fun and inspiring opportunities such as residentials & DofE expeditions, purchasing specialist... Read more »
Hobbycraft signs up to support HideOut Youth Zone Hobbycraft, the largest arts and crafts retailer in the UK has confirmed their support for inspiring the next generation of crafters by becoming a patron of HideOut Youth Zone in Manchester. Launched in Manchester in September 2020, the £6.6 million HideOut Youth Zone has quickly earned a... Read more »
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