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YouthBorders shifts up a gear.

Borders wide charity for youth work and young people, YouthBorders (supporting 67 youth clubs and engaging with over 3,500 young people) today shifted their activities up a gear with the support and backing of Border Toyota. 

Head of Business at Border Toyota, Craig Anderson said “YouthBorders is a fantastic Borders wide Charity, working with so many young people and supporting so many groups. Their work and the impact they have as an organisation can be witnessed every day in the youth clubs that they support. They are a huge asset to our young people in Scottish Borders and we are delighted to be supporting them today with the creation of a Youth Board and developing young people for tomorrow.  We are excited about the potential in aspiring young people to achieve their best and to support their communities, something we feel very passionately about at Borders Toyota”
Clare de Bolle, Chief Officer of YouthBorders said “We are delighted with this tremendous show of support and involvement by one of the key businesses in the Borders.  Border Toyota is committed to putting back into the community and helping develop the managers and workers of the future.  Their support of the Youth Board will inspire and empower young people to achieve the best they can and to provide new opportunities to see what jobs and skills are needed to stay in our region. I strongly believe that this initiative will not only provide more skilled and confident young people, who are aware of governance, issues and leadership, but it will increase their employability and community involvement and provide businesses with a useful platform to inspire and nurture talent in the Borders. “
YouthBorders have recently re-launched their website, showcasing all the work that they do and the organisations that they support which you can see here –

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