Isle of Wight Youth Trust

Listening to the under 25s

The Youth Trust is a charitable, independent and professional organisation offering counselling, advice, information and support services to young people aged 25 and under on the Isle of Wight and, in some cases, their parents or carers.

The services provided are delivered by an experienced and qualified team who follow the National Guidelines for Counselling, offering a fast, flexible and confidential service to young people who are experiencing difficulties. The Youth Trust has been working on the Isle of  Wight for over 25 years and has made a positive input to the wellbeing of people locally. 

If you feel you could do with our help, or know someone who could, please contact us and we'll be pleased to help.

Rob da Bank invites local businesses to show their support for the Isle of Wight Youth Trust

On Thursday, 14 April, Isle of Wight Youth Trust Patron, Rob da Bank is inviting local businesses to join him at an evening reception at The Royal Hotel Ventnor in support of the Isle of Wight Youth Trust. 

The evening will give businesses an insight into how they can help children and young people on the Isle of Wight, highlighting the Youth Trust’s Gold, Silver and Bronze business packages.

Isle of Wight Youth Trust Fundraiser, Felicity Radak explained, “We have three tiers of corporate sponsorship which almost any business can afford.”

“All we ask is a three year commitment of as little as £1000 per year from our Bronze supporters, £5,000 from our Silvers and over £10,000 per year from our Gold Supporters or in-kind support of equivalent value.”

“In return, these packages award businesses that support the Youth Trust at varying levels.  Rewards include VIP Bestival tickets and advertorial space in the Isle of Wight County Press plus many more.” 

The Youth Trust’s Director, Eileen Monks, OBE said that corporate sponsorship was a structured way for the Youth Trust to promote its supporters.

 “For the past 30 years, we have been privileged with the support of the business community. There are some great benefits to being a corporate sponsor, including promotional and press opportunities. It is a chance for us to offer something back and show our appreciation of people’s generosity.” She said.

The evening is generously being hosted by one of the Youth Trust’s Gold partner the Royal Hotel who famously host a Gala Dinner in aid of the Youth Trust each year.

William Bailey, Managing Director at The Royal, says: “Our main focus is to invest in young people. It is imperative that they are provided with support services to overcome the challenges that they face and make an indelible impact in their lives, their families, and the community.”

The Royal Hotel  is part of a growing list of supporters including fellow Gold partners Wightlink and Bestival, as well as  Silver Partners, Isle of Wight County Press, Isle of Wight Radio and VIP Cottages, and Bronze Partners Readers Interiors and the Godshill Model Village. 

If you are a local business that is interested in working with the Isle of Wight Youth Trust then please contact Felicity Radak felicity@iowyouthtrust.co.uk (01983) 529569 for more information.  

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About the Youth Trust

The Youth Trust is a charitable, independent and professional organisation offering counselling, advice, information and support services to young people aged 25 and under on the Isle of Wight and, in some cases, their parents or carers.

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All photography generously donated by Emma Powell Bestival - Thank you!