The Bradby Club for Young People was founded over 100 years ago in 1919. Over the last 100 years, it has developed into a small, local voluntary youth service to provide for the people of Rugby, Warwickshire. The charity succeeds in making the local community a safer place by offering a safe and inspiring environment to build life skills, access opportunities and undertake new and positive experiences. This enables the young people of Rugby to reach their full potential and have equal opportunities to succeed in all aspects of life. The Bradby Club is a place for young people to comfortably socialise with their friends and make new ones. This can be through the open access youth sessions which we provide each week or through other services under our health and well-being 'ASCENT' project. The Bradby Club also hosts Rugby Boxing Academy; an England Boxing affiliated club 3 evenings per week (Monday, Wednesday and Thursday) within the walls of our community gym. The facility is a great place to engage young people in sport, physical activity and gym use to improve physical, mental and social well-being. Our charity also provides a home to Warwickshire Young Carers, who provide an invaluable service within the local community. Every year, Bradby Club struggles to secure funding to ensure that costs are covered for the centre to run, for projects to continue and that professionals remain in post to provide educational and recreational support as well as equal opportunities for success in later life. Bradby Club is more than just a Youth Centre for young people, it is a lifeline, safe space and a place for young people to feel confident enough to engage and confide in us to help progress them through their journey into adulthood. Your donation will make a world of difference to their lives and the local community. Please donate today and help us to continue making positive change and impact to the lives of young people in Rugby. We can't do this without you. Thank you.