NSL, a leading provider of parking enforcement services in the UK, has donated £1,000 to One YMCA to support employment and training opportunities for young residents.
One YMCA provide a welcoming and secure setting for residents, and assists them in overcoming homelessness. Individuals may become homeless due to various reasons, and their expert team works closely with each person to address any obstacles that may impede their progress. Their staff also connect residents to local resources such as GPs and community mental health schemes.
Ras Dewan, NSL Account Director, said; “We are delighted to collaborate with our client Watford Borough Council and sponsor YMCA by donating £1000 to support in delivering a range of programmes and services that tackle the issues facing local people and ensure that there are opportunities for young people, with training and employment.”
Elected Mayor of Watford, Peter Taylor thanked NSL for their donation and support, “It is great to hear that NSL have decided to support One YMCA in Watford this year and I want to thank them for their dedication to assisting young individuals with training and employment opportunities.”
Donna Lawrie, Head of Marketing & Corporate Partnerships at One YMCA, said; “Thank you to the team at NSL for this generous donation. At our Charter House Hostel, as well as our other housing provisions across Herts, Beds and Bucks we support residents with our dynamic pathway to independence, which includes helping residents with training and education needs, and employment. This donation will go towards supporting their journey to independence.”