Ways you can support the Kenelm Youth Trust
Kenelm Youth Trust 200 Club
Could you partner with the Kenelm Youth Trust and join the 200 Club?
The Trust, established by the Archdiocese of Birmingham, has bought together the wide variety of youth work that is undertaken in various settings throughout the Archdiocese. These include the two residential retreat centres, Alton Castle and Soli; youth ministry development workers supporting parish youth work; support for those working within school chaplaincy; the organisation of school missions, parish outreach, events and pilgrimages.
200 Club is an amazing opportunity to support the Trust in its important work with children and young people. It also gives you the chance, each month, to win some cash.
The Prize Money will be 50% of the income each month. There will be 3 prizes monthly:
£2 a month gets you into the draw each month. Each additional £2 gives you more chances.
Friends of the Kenelm Trust –you will receive news about the Trust, updates and invitation to events.
You can pay by monthly or annual standing order or cheque. Cheques should be made payable to Kenelm Youth Trust.
Each month the draw will take place during the second week of the month
All participants must be over 16.
For more information, please contact Debbie Woodward via email:
The 200 Club winners for December 2019 are:
1st place – James Keane
2nd Place – Dom Cotter
3rd place – James Keane
Well done to all our winners!
Friends of Kenelm
The purpose of Friends of the Kenelm Youth Trust:
A member of Friends
Membership is open to anyone who wants to support the work of the Trust by making an annual minimum subscription of £10.00. We would encourage this to be via standing order or direct debit for regular giving. By joining the Friends you are contributing to the long term future of The Trust and ensuring youth ministry and youth work develop and flourish within the Archdiocese.
Individuals, groups and parishes are invited to become members of The Friends and support the work of the Youth Trust by:
• Promoting and advocating for the Trust
• Contributing to the development of the Trust
• Volunteering your time and skills
• Making a donation or a legacy
• Supporting Trust fundraising opportunities and attending Trust events
• Raising money through events of your own
All Friends will receive regular email updates and a copy of the Trust Annual Report.