We believe that helping young people understand money, credit and pensions is vital knowledge - especially at the beginning of a career.
So since 2013 we have been partnering with City Gateway, an organisation that helps young people into apprenticeships by providing them with training and support.
Our wealth management adviser, Anthony Nash, has been leading financial education classes for young people apprenticeships through City Gateway.
In fact, you can see Anthony features in a video, which also includes City Gateway chief executive, Eddie Stride, and Charlie Mullins, managing director of Pimlico Plumbers, designed to promote the importance of apprenticeship schemes.
As part of their curriculum, Anthony’s courses provide them with the fundamental aspects of their paychecks, where their money goes, pensions, and credit. The response from the students is the best testament to our investment in their future.
Teenage Cancer Trust
Teenage Cancer Trust is the only UK charity providing specialist treatment, care and nursing support to 13-24 year olds with cancer.
Their support is tailored to young people’s unique physical and emotional needs in a way that services for adults or children simply cannot be.
They have revolutionised cancer care for young people through our world-leading specialist hospital wards and our award-winning expert nursing support. Without them, specialist teenage and young adult cancer care services could cease to exist within the NHS.
Cancer kills more young people than any other disease in the UK. Just when life should be about fun, friends and the future, cancer shatters everything.
But right now, in London and the South East, their revolutionary services can only reach half of young people facing cancer. This is not something they are willing to accept, with you’re help they will get closer to reaching every young person that needs them.