London housebuilder donates to Wembley charity helping young people to improve their job prospects

Barratt London and the Community Fund Young Brent Foundation team up

Barratt London and the Community Fund Young Brent Foundation team up - Credit: Barratt London

A London developer donated £1,000 to the Wembley-based Young Brent Foundation which helps young people improve their future job prospects. 

Barratt London, the builder behind Wembley housing development No. 10 Watkin Road, donates £1,000 each month to an organisation working to improve the quality of life in an area.

Pam Reardon, Barratt London sales and marketing director, said: “Today’s young people are the future of our communities, and initiatives teaching them skills for work are essential for the growth of all local areas.”

The Young Brent Foundation hosts a Creative Coordinator initiative for 14 to 17-year-olds to develop skills such as project management, community engagement and strategy development.

Maxine Willetts, Young Brent Foundation chief operating officer, said: “We are dedicated to our outreach projects, such as our Creative Co-ordinator initiative, and this donation will help with our mission to bring the highest quality resources and opportunities to our community.”