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Human Capital Investment Group form Charity of the Year Partnership with YouthNet

Human Capital Investment Group form Charity of the Year Partnership with YouthNet

Human Capital Investment Group is proud to announce a new 2013-14 Charity of the Year partnership with online charity, YouthNet.In addition to fundraising, the partnership will focus on the support that the group’s consultants can offer to young people to develop their employability.

YouthNet harnesses technology for good to equip our digital generation with the skills they need to lead fulfilling lives. Each year the charity reaches 1 million 16 – 25 year olds via their digital lifeline,TheSite. YouthNet keeps young people at the heart of all that they do and works with 200 young volunteers to develop and deliver their support services covering a range of issues including job seeking, housing, sexual health, mental wellbeing and drugs.

With high youth unemployment rates, finding work is a key concern for young people. Over the next three years, YouthNet will develop new services to help their beneficiaries develop their employability. As a group of leading recruitment consultancies, HCIG are looking forward to developing a positive partnership with the charity based on more than just fundraising. Consultants and apprentices will have the opportunity to become & lsquo;virtual volunteers’ sharing their knowledge and experience from the job market via the TheSite. This contribution may take the form of writing content, leading live chats, forum moderation and more.

Emma Thomas, CEO at YouthNet said “We’re delighted that HCIG has selected YouthNet for their Charity of the Year Partnership and we look forward to supporting its staff with their fundraising and into the many inspiring volunteering opportunities YouthNet has to offer. It’s exciting to be working with leaders in recruitment, as HCIG’s expertise complements our ambition to improve young people’s resilience in the world of work. The support of HCIG this year will help YouthNet to reach many more young people in need, through its digital lifeline, TheSite.”

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