The Tribune Trust

Supporting safer communities in the Humber Region


Sponsorship for CatZero


CatZero is based in Hull and aims to address the challenge of young people who are not in employment, education or training. Cat-Zero work with the hardest to reach young people through the delivery of innovative youth development training programmes. These include training sessions, introduction to employment and education opportunities and links to local community groups all leading to a sailing challenge on board a 72ft racing yacht as a full crew member. The Trust sponsored two local young people through a CatZero programme last year. These young people gained significant benefit from attending and were able to make positive and sustained changes in their lives. This year the Trust agreed to sponsor two more young people through a programme in 2017. The High Sheriff of the East Riding of Yorkshire Gillian Drewry is seen presenting a cheque for £6,000 to Sean Cahill on board CatZero. Paul Cheeseman, Director of the Tribune Trust, said 'The Trust is very impressed with the work CatZero undertakes with young people who need some extra help to improve their life skills. That is why we are again delighted to be able to once again sponsor two young people on the programme'.

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