Over £2,000 worth of stationery has been donated to Manchester-based charity, HideOut Youth Zone, to support vulnerable young people during the back-to-school period.
The donation comes from the UK’s leading office and stationery business, Ryman, which donated the supplies to help the charity’s mission of providing young people in the region the opportunity to discover their passion and purpose through engaging activities and projects.
The charity aims to give young people from a diverse range of backgrounds access to incredible facilities in a vibrant, purpose-built space that provides opportunity to make friends, develop new skills, build their confidence and have fun.
Theo Paphitis, Ryman Chairman said: “I am delighted that Ryman has been able to assist HideOut Youth Zone for a further year in their mission to support disadvantaged young people in the Manchester region. School is such a vital part of a child’s development, and as such, having the right equipment is absolutely essential for them. We’re pleased to be able to play a small part in Hideout’s wider goal and hope this helps students have the best possible start to the year.”