The Way Youth Zone

The Way Youth Zone

Taking inspiration from the numerous youth areas dotted around the country, Wolverhampton City Council wanted to provide something similar for their city, and The Way Youth Zone opened its doors on Saturday 16thJanuary 2016.

They provide an area where youths (aged 8 to 19, though up to 25 with a disability) can go to do something both meaningful and enjoyable. The charity’s £5.5m centre in Wolverhampton includes a 3G outdoor pitch and an indoor climbing wall, and they host over 20 different activities every night.

The Way have over 3000 members and 120 visits a week, and patrons include FBC Manby Bowdler, Jaguar Land Rover and Redrow. Wolverhampton City Council remain strong supporters. It is the likes of these who have helped cover the initial capital, but the charity now rely on support from local businesses and individuals to continue to operate.

How we help.

Just like with our previous chosen charities, we pledge to offer our support through our annual customer care surveys. This time, however, we are doing things a little differently. We are now sending the surveys out across the whole year as opposed to the end of the year.

Our customer care surveys have been extremely successful in recent years and we’re hoping for the same again. In addition to this, we also get involved with activities that are hosted by the charity and ones that are bespoke to us. We can’t wait to see where our partnership takes us and we’re looking forward to showing our support for an excellent charity.

We’ll be sure to keep you updated.

The Way Youth Zone is charity we are proud to support!