170 Years Young YMCA LIVERPOOL – 170 YEARS – GREY Liverpool YMCA has a long and proud history of supporting vulnerable people, whilst also developing and progressing as a charity. We have seen many changes over the last 170 years. Originally established to address the social problems within Liverpool in 1846, a significant element…
I was once a resident at Liverpool YMCA. I arrived at the hostel fearing that it wouldn’t be long before I would probably be asked to leave. The majority of my life had been spent using some substance or another, leading to homelessness at the age of 18. I had been asked to leave other…
YMCA Liverpool is proud to announce that it has been awarded The Echo Pride of Merseyside Community Group Award 2015. The awards recognise the efforts of those who help their local communities, act as an ambassador for the area and pour their energy into the causes they support.
YMCA Liverpool Dutch Farm Winners of the MERSEYSIDE RECOVERY AWARDS 2015: GROUP/PROJECT RECOVERY AWARD
YMCA Liverpool Dutch Farm Winners of the MERSEYSIDE RECOVERY AWARDS 2015: GROUP/PROJECT RECOVERY AWARD In a final against Tom Harrison House, YMCA Liverpool was very proud to be announced as the winner the Group/Project Recovery Award in the Merseyside Recovery Awards 2015.
Echo Environmental Awards 2015 – Mersey Forest Corporate Responsibility Award was presented to Eli Lilly and Company in association with the YMCA Dutch Farm
The Echo Enviromental Awards presentation took place at Isla Gladstone Conservatory in Stanley Park. The Mersey Forest Corporate Responsibility Award was presented to Eli Lilly and Company in association with the YMCA Dutch Farm. The award was presented by Clare Olver, The Mersey Forest(R) to Alan Spreadbury, Julie MacCluskey, Peter Boyle and Sharon Gregson.
YMCA Liverpool Dutch Farm Nominated for Community Sports Project of the Year at the Merseyside Sporting Champions Dinner 2014
The Merseyside Sporting Champions Dinner 2014 took place on Friday 28th November 2014 at the Adelphi Hotel in Liverpool. Now in its 14th year over 300 people attended the evening to raise the profile of sporting achievements across Merseyside and in doing so raise money for local sports council bursary funds.