Our Governance

 

UK Youth is a charitable company limited by guarantee incorporated and registered in England under company number 05402004. It was founded in 1911, as the National Organisation of Girls Clubs. Over the years, the Charity has changed its name several times, most recently to UK Youth, in celebration of the organisation's 90th Anniversary in 2001. This reflects the organisation's focus on the concerns, interests and lives of young people.

The organisation's original role in supporting youth clubs is still a major part of its work today, addressing the issues affecting young people and also echoing the organisation's original concern with the working conditions of girls and young women. UK Youth has a passionate and dedicated team that helps provide support to the youth sector, so that we can ensure young people can access high quality support in their community, develop key like skills, and engage with education, training and employment. 

The Charity is governed by its Memorandum and Articles of Association, (see link below) and detailed regulations made under the Articles.

UK Youth’s registered office address is; UK Youth, Avon Tyrrell Activity Centre, Braggers Lane, Bransgore, Hampshire, BH23 8EE

UK Youth is registered with the Charity Commission under number 1110590.

Patron - HRH The Princess Royal

 

HRH, Patron since 2003, makes a number of personal appearances each year on behalf of UK Youth, and has a genuine understanding and passion of the positive impact UK Youth has on young peoples lives.

President - Nigel Mansell CBE

 

The former motor racing champion became President in 1999 and continues to work tirelessly to promote the charity. Nigel has taken on a host of fundraisers raising over £1 million for UK Youth.

Board of Trustees

 

Our Board of Trustees is made up from volunteers from a wide range of backgrounds that help govern the charity, including three from our steering board UK Youth Voice.

Lady Anne Stoneham MBE has been our chair since 2014, and been on the board since 1988.

Read more about our Trustees 

CEO - Anna Smee

 

Anna Smee was appointed CEO of UK Youth in December 2014 and is hugely passionate about the youth sector and offering opportunities for all young people to transform their lives for the better.

Leadership Team

 

Our Leadership Team includes: Cathy Ditchfield (Director of Membership), Matt Lent (Director of Partnerships & Policy), Maddie Dinwoodie (Director of National Programmes), David Watts (Director of Operations and Avon Tyrrell) and Alan Carr (Director of Finance).

Memorandum and Articles

 

The charity is governed by its memorandum and articles of association. These two documents set out the charity’s objects, and the framework within which we must operate to achieve these. The memorandum and articles of association are approved by the Charity Commission, and are regularly reviewed by Trustees to ensure they remain up to date.

Download our Memorandum and Articles 

Trustees Report and Financial Statement

 

The Trustees’ Report and financial statements are prepared on an annual basis, and give an overview of the charity’s financial performance and position as well as outlining the charity's key achievements and activities in the year.

The accounts are prepared in accordance with applicable reporting standards, and are subject to a full audit.

See our Trustees' Reports and financial statements 

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