Fundraising Challenge for In2Out
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Posted on: 2nd November 2023

In2Out has set an ambitious fundraising target of £20,000 to raise through this year's Big Give Christmas Challenge. The funds will help provide mentoring support to young people leaving prison.

The Christmas Challenge starts on 29th November (noon) and runs until 5th December (noon) giving just seven days for In2Out to reach its target amount. All funds raised through their campaign - A new start for young people leaving prison - will go towards providing vital mentoring support to participants.

Donations made to In2Out via their online campaign will be generously doubled through Big Give matching funds for as long as they are available. This offers a fantastic opportunity for supporters to double the impact of their donation and make their giving go further! The Christmas Challenge, run by the Big Give, is the UK's biggest match funding campaign and In2Out is delighted to be participating again this year.

Based at HMYOI Wetherby, In2Out has been offering 'through the gate' support for 10 years, helping over 700 young people make a new start. Beginning to work with participants whilst they are still in custody, In2Out mentors offer one-to-one support which continues back in communities across the North of England and the Midlands. This helps participants navigate life 'on the out', building resilience and confidence so that they stay out.

Donate from 28th November - 5th December.   

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