Vextrix and Struktura are pleased to announce that we have chosen The Hive – Wirral Youth Zone as our charity Partner for 2022/2023
To continue in our commitment to support the development of young people within our local communities, we are pleased to announce a twelve month partnership with this incredible local charity. Wirral Youth Zone named by its young people, is a purpose-built facility for young people aged 8 – 19, and up to 25 for those with disabilities.
The Hive provides a safe environment for young people to enjoy themselves and raise their aspirations and confidence. After visiting The Hive and learning about the activities, support, and opportunities the centre provides for young people in our local community, we could see how well it connected with our company values.
Our partnership means we will be pledging our time, fundraising, and mentoring young people to support the team in the positive impact they have on the lives of the young people in our local community.
Managing Director Phil Marsden comments:
“On our journey to find a local charity partner that aligned with our values, we were introduced to The Hive and were blown away at the opportunities and support they provide for the local young people. We knew instantly that through our company volunteering and mentoring schemes, we were able to support them on their journey.
The whole team are excited to get involved and support in the best way that they can and we’re looking forward to seeing how the partnership develops over the next 12 months”
For more information on The Hive, please visit https://www.thehiveyouthzone.org/about-us/
“We are absolutely delighted by Vextrix and Struktura’s decision to join our family of patrons, we can’t thank them enough for their incredible support. Thanks to Vextrix we are now able to continue to deliver essential work with the many young people who’ve come to rely on us. Through our activities we provide youth work and support to young people aged between 8 and 19 years old (up to 25 with additional needs and disabilities) who face a range of issues and challenging circumstances including family breakdown, exclusion from mainstream education or engagement in antisocial or criminal activity”.