CharityDetail

What it does
  • Our aim is to help young people see beyond their disadvantage and disengagement, recognise their worth and potential, focus on building the skills for success, and develop a clear vision and plan to achieve sustained employment and a bright future.
Who works here
  • 39 employees and 429 volunteers.
Who it helps
  • Children/young People
  • The General Public/mankind
Sector(s) covered
  • Education/training
  • Economic/community Development/employment
Where it operates
  • Leicestershire, Leicester City, Nottinghamshire, Rutland, Derby City
UN SDGs:
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Financial Data ?
Y/E Income Expenditure Surplus/
Deficit
Assets Months
Reserves
Employees Volunteers Filed on
31/03/2018 £1,005,213 £1,497,565 -£492,352 1 39 429 23/01/2019
31/03/2017 £1,242,831 £1,172,811 £70,020 £572,306 5 32 300 27/01/2018
31/03/2016 £1,229,239 £1,097,576 £131,663 £502,286 5 27 176 06/01/2017
31/03/2015 £861,922 £767,596 £94,326 £370,623 5 21 250 03/12/2015
31/03/2014 £618,007 £588,336 £29,671 £276,297 5 17 200 29/09/2014
31/03/2013 £538,039 £458,289 £79,750 £246,626 6 13 150 11/11/2013
31/03/2012 £420,564 £423,841 -£3,277 12/11/2012
31/03/2011 £361,528 £330,260 £31,268 22/11/2011
31/03/2010 £318,452 £278,906 £39,546 13/10/2010
31/03/2009 £164,146 £138,550 £25,596 22/12/2009
Donations received ?

Over the last five years they've received significant donations from 13 grant making charities totalling £1,470,340

Amount/
When
Donor To be used for
£2,500
15/12/2019
The EQ Foundation Big Give Christmas Challenge 2019
£3,290
31/01/2019
National Lottery Community Fund This funding will be used to refurbish the charities hub to deliver support services for young people out of education.
£70,000
29/11/2018
Co-Op Foundation "Journey to work" is a six-month programme of peer guidance and one-to-one support that will help young people struggling with employment be better prepared for work.
£60,000
30/09/2018
Paul Hamlyn Foundation TwentyTwenty aims to empower young people experiencing disadvantage who are not in education, employment or training. This grant will support the organisation to train staff, open new centres and grow impact as part of a five-year expansion strategy.
£130,885
20/06/2018
Impetus PEF
£76,727
31/01/2018
Dulverton Trust Journey to Work
£35,481
31/01/2018
Masonic Trust Education and employment support and counselling for disadvantaged young people who are NEET (Not in Education, Employment or Training).
£35,000
16/11/2017
Co-Op Foundation Supporting young people struggling with education in Derby by matching them with a network of local mentors.
£30,000
31/08/2017
Garfield Weston Foundation TwentyTwenty Implementation
£217,259
20/06/2017
Impetus PEF
£133,907
31/08/2016
Samworth Foundation Final piece of investment needed to bring the Jobs to Work (J2W) model to life based on evaluation
£75,507
20/06/2016
Impetus PEF
£50,000
29/02/2016
National Lottery Heritage Fund They will provide regular nutritious hot meals for over 100 of the most disadvantaged young people. The benefits include cooking and eating regular wholesome meals, developing planning, budgeting, preparation and food hygiene skills, all of which have contributed to their maths, English and whole-life skills. 20:20 wants to extend the project by providing kitchen facilities in three further centres to reach out to an additional 300 disadvantaged young people, young mums, and around 130 toddlers.
£10,000
31/01/2016
Dulverton Trust work experience scheme
£299,348
30/09/2015
National Lottery Heritage Fund Around 300 disengaged and disadvantaged 16 to 19 year olds in Derby will be paired up with 180 mentors initially to help them develop friendships, build relationships and trust. Mentors will encourage individuals away from crime and anti-social behaviour by involving them in new social networks, experience new social settings and develop soft skills. The support will also include life organisation such as money and housing through to coaching and exploring education and employment pathways.
£50,000
30/06/2015
Tudor Trust over two years as continuation funding towards the salary and associated costs of the managing director at a charity working with children and young people in Leiscestershire, Derby and Sheffield
£80,000
30/11/2014
Henry Smith Charity towards three years' continuation funding of the salary of a Lifeskills Manager at a project supporting disadvantaged and disengaged young people to move on into work, training and independence in Derby
£75,000
12/11/2014
Lloyds Bank Foundation The charity provides a range of life skills support, mentoring and counseling to young people. The grant will support the salary of the Operations Manager. This will ensure 300 unemployed and excluded young people a year access education or employment.
£35,436
31/08/2014
Samworth Foundation To fund an independent evaluation.
How effective is it?
Twenty Twenty Challenge

Description: Programmes run from Lifeskills centres around the Midlands, using a combination of classroom study, personalised coaching and exposure to real-world situations to help young people build their skills and confidence

Objectives: Helping young people achieve long term employment or further education

Intervention period: Dependant of the needs of the individual

Beneficiaries: Young people aged 11-24, who find themselves disadvantaged and disengaged

Outputs Outcomes
01/04/2018-31/03/2019
175 Young people supported in LifeSkills Centres
106 Young people supported by mentoring
243 Young people supported by the Love4Life project
01/04/2017-31/03/2018
278 Young people supported by educational courses
226 Young people supported by mentoring
144 Young people supported by the Love4Life project
83% Young people staying on programmes until the end
53% Of students achieved an accredited Maths qualification
49% Of students achieved an accredited English qualification
60% Of students achieved an accredited ICT qualification
63% Of those moving on successfully to education or employment did so immediately after finishing at post 16 courses at TwentyTwenty
01/04/2016-31/03/2017
504 Young people attending courses350 Young people achieved objectives
83% Of young people moved on to further education
17% Of young people moved on to employment
86% Of young people stayed on programmes until the end
69% Of those moving on successfully to education or employment did so immediately after finishing at TwentyTwenty
87% Of students achieved an accredited Maths qualification
98% Of students achieved an accredited English qualification
01/04/2015-30/03/2016
484 People attend courses340 Young people achieved objectives
42% Of young people moved on to further education
58% Of young people moved on to employment
99% Of young people stayed on programmes until the end
80% Of those moving on successfully to education or employment did so immediately after finishing at TwentyTwenty
73% Of students achieved an accredited English qualification
90% Of students achieved an accredited Maths qualification

Our comments: Data is encouraging although it does not measure the incremental impact compared with no intervention.

Documents
Annual Report 2018 Programme Report Download Document
Annual Report 2017 Programme Report Download Document
Annual Report 2016 Programme Report Download Document
Management
The total amount of employee benefits received by key management personnel is £170,465. The Trust considers its key management personnel compromise the internal Directors. No employee received emoluments in excess of £60,000. There were 12 management and administration staff and 27 charitable activities staff employed during 2017-18. Recent key management personnel that started at TwentyTwenty are highlighted below, with some background: Mark Vyner is Chief Executive and joined TwentyTwenty in March 2018 after having worked with Christian Aid for the last 12 years. His previous role was as a partner in an accountancy and consulting firm in Leicester, where he worked for several years, gaining financial management and strategic leadership skills. Dave Hearn joined TwentyTwenty in April 2019 as Programmes and Impact Director after a 10 years career in the U.S. Air Force as an intelligence officer. Upon leaving the military he co-founded a non-profit with the mission to train and equip young people to start NGOs and start-ups around the world. He then moved to the UK where he worked in both the charity and education sectors, working primarily to help those with special educational needs and disadvantaged backgrounds. Aimi McCaffery joined TwentyTwenty in July 2019 as Fundraising Director. She is a Chartered Marketer with over 20 years of experience in communications and fundraising roles across private, public and third sector organisations.
Governance
Trustees (3)
  • Sarah Webster
  • Sarah Victoria Tremeer
  • Jimmy George Zachariah
Main office

Unit 15
30 Meadow Lane
Loughborough
LE11 1JY

Legal constitution
  • UK Charity, number: 1120694
  • First registered on 29/08/2007
Objectives

TO PROVIDE FOR THE PUBLIC BENEFIT COMMUNITY PROJECTS PROMOTING EDUCATION , TRAINING, THE RELIEF OF UNEMPLOYMENT, GOOD HEALTH AND RECREATIONAL AND OTHER LEISURE-TIME OCCUPATION IN THE INTERESTS OF SOCIAL WELFARE FOR PERSONS WHO HAVE NEED BY REASON OF THEIR YOUTH POVERTY OR SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CIRCUMSTANCES WITH THE OBJECT OF IMPROVING THEIR CONDITIONS OF LIFE IN CHARNWOOD LOUGHBOROUGH AND IN SUCH OTHER PARTS OF THE UNITED KINGDOM OR THE WORLD AS THE TRUSTEES MAY FORM TIME TO TIME THINK FIT AND TO FULFIL SUCH OTHER PURPOSES WHICH ARE EXCLUSIVELY CHARITABLE ACCORDING TO THE LAW OF ENGLAND AND WALES AND ARE CONNECTED WITH THE CHARITABLE WORK OF THE CHARITY.

Board Treasurer and Chair both stepped down 2018. John Casey - Chair (resigned 12/1/2018) replaced by Sarah Webster. Sarah is also Twenty Twenty's fundraising lead. Sarah Webster was paid £2,375 for her role as Executive Chair during 2018. Sarah has spent most of her career in the charity sector and joined the board in 2015. She is currently Director of Development and Communications at London based charity Greenhouse Sports overseeing their fund raising. Other Trustees: Sarah Trerneer (appointed 9/7/2018) Sarah Tomlinson (appointed 12/9/2017) Yiannis Koursis