Charity PR: Supporting our new client Greater Manchester Youth Network
High-Rise Communications is excited to be providing external communications support to Greater Manchester Youth Network (GMYN). This is with effect from yesterday (Monday 14th November).
GMYN’s vision is that Young People Can and the charity focuses on supporting young people aged 13 to 25. This includes those with experience of the care system and with special educational needs and disabilities. The charity delivers a range of programmes and drop-in activities. This is to help young people transition to adulthood so that they feel skilled, supported and positive.
High-Rise will be providing strategic support across programmes, services, campaigns and also fundraising. This will see it helping to raise GMYN’s profile nationally and locally.
Alex Fairweather, the Chief Executive and Founder of GMYN, says: “We are thrilled to have High-Rise on board to help provide strategic direction to our communications. We want to strengthen our messaging and attract new audiences. This is including businesses who may have an interest in supporting us and make sure we are using the best methods to show that #YoungPeopleCan.”
In addition, Helen Furnivall, Managing Director of High-Rise Communications says: “We are delighted to be working with GMYN. The current John Lewis ad is shining a spotlight on the importance of young people getting the help and support they need. Therefore, one of our priorities for the coming months will be helping to raise the profile of the amazing work that GMYN is doing to support young people in Greater Manchester with experience of the care system.”
High-Rise can help raise your organisation’s profile. Get in touch to find out how we can support you.