The Duncan & Toplis Foundation is pleased to be supporting Kirton Youth Challenge with grant funding.
Kirton Youth Challenge runs the Youth Centre in Kirton and is the home for three scouting groups, three guiding groups, an Army Cadet corps, and a Kids Club which provides before and after school activities during term times.
Speaking of the difference the grant will make, Barbara Charity, a trustee at Kirton Youth Challenge, said:
“We are gradually upgrading the lighting in the youth centre to LED to make it more economical and environmentally friendly. This will provide better and more efficient lighting in the centre and reduce electricity bills. It will also help us to proceed more quickly towards our objective of having the remaining remedial work to the hall completed by the end of the year, bringing it up to a high standard for long-term future use.”
Adrian Reynolds, trustee of the Duncan & Toplis Foundation and Managing Director of Duncan & Toplis said:
“Supporting youth facilities in our region is fundamental to allowing our young people the opportunity to realise their full potential, and we are delighted our grant supports seven great examples of this.
“All of the causes are clearly well deserving of support, and the Duncan & Toplis Foundation are delighted that the Kirton Youth Challenge have opted to invest in cost-effective, long-term facilities that also benefits the environment around us.”
More information about the Duncan & Toplis Foundation can be found here.