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New Horizon Youth Centre

What it does
  • New Horizon Youth Centre is a charity & day centre providing holistic support for 16-21 year olds across London who are homeless or vulnerable.
Who works here
  • 40 employees and 10 volunteers.
Who it helps
  • Children/young People
  • Other Defined Groups
Sector(s) covered
  • Education/training
  • The Advancement Of Health Or Saving Of Lives
  • Accommodation/housing
Where it operates
  • Throughout London
Legal constitution
  • UK Charity, number: 276943
  • First registered on 20/12/1978
UN SDGs:
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Financial Data ?
Y/E Income Expenditure Surplus/
Deficit
Assets Months
Reserves
Employees Volunteers Filed on
31/03/2018 £1,909,175 £1,858,875 £50,300 1 40 10 17/01/2019
31/03/2017 £1,627,804 £1,737,354 -£109,550 £1,660,340 42 10 26/01/2018
31/03/2016 £1,572,286 £1,647,333 -£75,047 £1,741,397 1 44 20 23/01/2017
31/03/2015 £1,684,820 £1,718,903 -£34,083 £1,827,007 1 41 31 12/08/2015
31/03/2014 £1,549,870 £1,727,248 -£177,378 £1,858,827 4 36 35 14/01/2015
31/03/2013 £1,611,148 £1,491,360 £119,788 £2,036,205 5 32 40 24/12/2013
31/03/2012 £1,309,659 £1,302,121 £7,538 £1,916,417 3 29 45 02/11/2012
31/03/2011 £1,204,039 £1,170,750 £33,289 £1,908,879 2 28 50 12/12/2011
31/03/2010 £2,644,828 £1,088,764 £1,556,064 £1,875,590 1 30 20 14/01/2011
31/03/2009 £1,201,984 £1,005,666 £196,318 £319,526 3 29 25 23/12/2009
Donations received ?

Over the last five years they've received significant donations from 10 grant making charities totalling £6,375,561

Amount/
When
Donor To be used for
£195,000
31/07/2019
Esmee Fairbairn Towards unrestricted core costs for an organisation addressing youth homelessness, enabling it to broker more solutions for young people experiencing homelessness and to develop the partnerships to address this in the long-term.
£685,578
31/12/2018
Greater London Authority The Youth Outreach Project is a holistic, intensive programme delivered across custody and the community, addressing the needs of young people at risk, involved in and impacted by gangs and serious youth violence. This project addresses the underlying and unmet mental health needs of this group and will provide support to the 'important people' in their lives. It will take a dual approach to addressing both practical issues like housing and employment as well as emotional and mental health issues, delivered in locations where young people find it possible to meaningfully engage.
£79,755
06/12/2018
Co-Op Foundation Young people will design and develop the "Together Project" to help them feel better connected to the community and develop good quality relationships.
£40,000
30/11/2018
Paul Hamlyn Foundation New Horizon Youth Centre provides a support network for 16-21 year olds experiencing homelessness. They provide hot food, showers, laundry, help in finding accommodation, training and employment. They also offer counselling and a range of workshops in life skills to help young people at a pivotal moment.
£20,000
31/03/2018
Wates Family Enterprise Trust Funding for the Positive Futures Work and Education Programme. This programme works with vulnerable/homeless 16-21 year olds.
£4,033,352
31/01/2017
London Councils The London Youth Gateway (LYG) project will provide a youth-targeted collaborative pathway to address increasing demand and emerging needs of young people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, in each London borough. The LYG project will be delivered in partnership by New Horizon Youth Centre (lead), Depaul UK (Nightstop and Alone in London services), Shelter, and Stonewall Housing and its LGBT Jigsaw partners Galop and Albert Kennedy Trust. The joint work will provide: o direct access to emergency accommodation o affordable accommodation options, delivered in innovative new partnership models, and PRS access o family mediation and reconnection support o youth-focused advice and advocacy services around housing need, eviction, welfare benefits and debts via one-to-one, telephone and online provision o youth homelessness prevention sessions in schools and colleges o outreach into Young Offender Institutes (YOIs), prisons and on the street to ensure young people are linked up early with necessary support o satellite services and a telephone advice line to reach young people across London o independent living skills and financial literacy workshops o counselling, communication and interpersonal skills support o 7-days per week employment, education and training programme delivered in-house and in partnership, and in-depth accredited training programme
£10,000
30/09/2016
Clothworkers Foundation Kitchen and laundry facilities for a youth centre in London
£150,000
30/04/2016
Esmee Fairbairn Towards the Education to Employment Programme, supporting homeless young people to find positive progression routes to training, employment and enterprise.
£956,876
31/10/2015
National Lottery This project will develop to help reduce re-offending rates within high risk and gang affiliated young people aged 16-25. Many will be short-term and repeat offenders trapped in a cycle of poverty, homelessness, addiction, and mental ill health. The project will help to increase their self-confidence and help them make better lifestyle choices. A range of interventions will be used including support in prison, day centre provision offering support and advice, recreational activities and training.
£105,000
31/08/2015
Henry Smith Charity towards three years' salary of the Private Rented Scheme's Co-ordinator at a project providing support to vulnerable young people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness in the London Borough of Camden
£100,000
30/06/2015
City Bridge Trust £100,000 over two years (2 x £50,000) for the salary costs of a p/t Project Leader and two Lifeskills Workers plus associated costs for the Healthy Minds project.
How effective is it?
New Horizon Youth Centre Programme

Objectives: To support London's homeless and vulnerable young people

Beneficiaries: Young people, specifically 16-21 year olds

Description: Providing guidance and support for 16-21 year olds in finding and providing accommodation, employment, education and training, self development, health and fitness

Outputs Outcomes
01/04/2016-31/03/2017
508 Young people secured employment, apprenticeships, placements, training or volunteering
2856 New young people accessed service
1135 Young people achieved accredited certificates
Internal annual reporting
01/04/2014-31/03/2015
104 Young people secured work placements and apprenticeships
2450 Young people were supported to move onto independence
820 Young people achieved accredited certificates
Internal annual reporting
01/04/2013-31/03/2014
320 Young people secured work placements, further training and apprenticeships
2400 Young people have completed an assessment of their needs and developed action plans
800 Young people achieved accredited learning certificates
Internal annual reporting
Documents
Annual Report 2017 Programme Report Download Document
Annual Report 2015 Programme Report Download Document
Annual Report 2013 Programme Report Download Document
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Governance
Trustees (11)
Main office

33 Thurlestone Road
LONDON
SE27 0PE

Objectives

(A) THE RELIEF OF YOUNG PEOPLE WHO THROUGH POVERTY DISTRESS OR SICKNESS ARE IN NEED OF CARE AND ATTENTION (WHICH YOUNG PEOPLE THEREINAFTER ARE CALLED "THE BENEFICIARIES") (B) THE ADVANCEMENT OF THE EDUCATION AND TRAINING OF THE BENEFICIARIES INCLUDING THEIR REHABILITATION (WHERE APPROPRIATE) AND ADVANCEMENT IN LIFE, AND IN THE INTERESTS OF SOCIAL WELFARE, THE PROVISION OF FACILITIES FOR THE RECREATION OF THE BENEFICIARIES SO AS TO DEVELOP THEIR PHYSICAL MENTAL AND SPIRITUAL CAPACITIES AND SO THAT THEIR CONDITIONS OF LIFE MAY BE IMPROVED