Better Bathrooms teams up with charity End Youth Homelessness

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Better Bathrooms teams up with charity End Youth Homelessness

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Better Bathrooms, the UK’s largest independent bathroom and tiles retailer, is thrilled to announce that they will be supporting End Youth Homelessness (EYH) as their new charity of the year for 2016.

End Youth Homelessness is a national collaboration of nine charities who work directly with vulnerable and homeless young people. End Youth Homelessness hopes to give a national platform to some of the most vulnerable young people in society whilst bringing together grassroots organisation from across the UK to raise funds for their vital services. Each End Youth Homelessness charity works in its own unique way to tackle issues that affect young people locally, but all are committed to giving those young people a future.

To support End Youth Homelessness, Better Bathrooms are kicking off their partnership at their Christmas party where there will be a charity raffle. Further fundraising activities will be revealed throughout 2016.

Colin Stevens, CEO and Founder of stated:
“We are delighted to announce our partnership with End Youth Homelessness and aim to make a real difference at Christmas and throughout 2016. Youth homelessness is such an important issue, especially at Christmas, and by supporting End Youth Homelessness we can make a difference to some of the most vulnerable young people in the country.”

Emma Cairns, National Partnership Manager stated:
“We are thrilled that Better Bathrooms have chosen to support End Youth Homelessness Christmas can be a tough time of year for the vulnerable and homeless young people we support, and so we are really grateful that Better Bathrooms staff will be thinking of us.”

The money raised will support End Youth Homelessness charities to provide vital services to the vulnerable and homeless young people they support. Safe accommodation is just the first step towards independence for young people, we also work to ensure that they develop the skills and experience needed to move on to a job and a home of their own.

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