The Way Youth Zone, School Street, Wolverhampton, WV3 0NR - Registered Charity Number: 1151247
01902 328290
info@thewayyouthzone.org

Our Capital Supporters

Our Capital Supporters

Without the support of our capital supporters we wouldn’t be able to keep paving the way forward for future generations.

BE Wedge Holdings Ltd

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B E Wedge Holdings Ltd are proudly supporting The Way, this facility will help improve the lives of our young people by giving them the opportunity to believe in themselves and to reach their potential.

Bernard Sunley Foundation

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The Foundation was established on 28th July 1960 by property developer Bernard Sunley.

The work of the Foundation continues today with the same energy and commitment under the chairmanship of John Sunley’s daughter, and Bernard Sunley’s granddaughter, Anabel Knight. She is supported by five trustees, the majority of whom are family members, who are all knowledgeable in their fields and dedicated to public service.

Football Foundation

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The Football Foundation is the United Kingdom’s largest sports charity, channelling funding from the Premier League, The FA and the Government into transforming the landscape of grassroots sport in England.

Garfield Weston Foundation

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Garfield Weston Foundation has donated £350,000 to The Way Youth Zone. Garfield Weston support a wide range of charitable activity with approximately 1,500 charities across the UK benefiting each year from grants made by the Foundation.

Keltruck


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Chris Kelly, Chairman of Keltruck, the largest independently owned Scania truck dealership in Europe, said of the company’s donation to the club: “Many of our directors and employees live in or come from Wolverhampton, and not least our founder/shareholder, that the board felt it appropriate that we should support this wonderful initiative. We are fervently hoping that the next club will be in Sandwell, where there is equally an urgent need for a club like this, and if so, we will pledge our enthusiastic support for that club too!”

Sport
England

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Sport England is focused on helping people and communities across the country create a sporting habit for life. The organisation is investing over £1 billion of National Lottery and Exchequer funding between 2012 and 2017 and has chosen to support The Way with a capital investment of £500,000.


The Steve Morgan Foundation

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Created in 2001 by Steve Morgan OBE, founder/ chairman of Redrow plc, chairman of the Bridgemere Group of Companies and  former chairman/owner of Wolverhampton Wanderers FC. It aims to support small to medium-sized charitable organisations to ‘make a difference’ within their local communities and has invested in excess of £1m capital funds towards the creation of The Way.

St James’s Place Foundation

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The St. James’s Place Foundation has also donated £500,000 to the Youth Zone. The St. James’s Place Foundation is the grant-making charitable arm of the St. James’s Place Wealth Management Group and has raised over £30 million and funds hundreds of projects each year.

National Lottery Community Fund

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National Lottery Community Fund, Awards For All, bought all our sensory equipment in our sensory room. This equipment is vital in engaging some disabled young people.

The Onside Foundation


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The OnSide Foundation invests in new Youth Zones by flowing capital grants raised by OnSide to new projects. The Foundation recently raised £1million from The Queen’s Trust and St James’s Place Foundation for the benefit of Wolverhampton Youth Zone.

The Queen’s Trust


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The Queen’s Trust has donated £500,000 to the facility which is to be built on Little Brickkiln Street. The Queen’s Trust was set up in 1977 to help fund charities which ‘help young people help others’. At today’s prices, over £100m was raised.

The Stone Family Foundation

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Established in 2005, the Stone Family Foundation supports innovative, sustainable, entrepreneurial solutions to major social problems, in the UK and around the world.

City of Wolverhampton Council

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Wolverhampton City Council is not only a strategic partner for the Youth Zone, but it is a significant funder investing more than £3million in The Way – both towards its development and running costs.