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Denise Hatton
CEO of youth charity, . Part of the . Views are my own.
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Denise Hatton May 11
What an inspiring talk at yesterday from . Particularly the moment when he presented a 42 year old thank you card from . Will kept it all this time and is now delivering YMCA's Leadership Programme.
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Denise Hatton May 9
A wonderful service of celebration at St. Paul’s Cathedral for the newly amalgamated
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Denise Hatton Apr 30
A huge thank you to Keith Fletcher who, after 20 brilliant years of service, retired from YMCA at Saturday's National Board meeting.
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Denise Hatton Apr 27
Join our team - we're recruiting.
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YMCA England & Wales Apr 26
“Unfortunately it is not until news of young people’s loneliness or incidents like the recent knife crimes in London hit the headlines, the role of youth services is in the spotlight" our CEO, in
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Denise Hatton Apr 26
Youth services have been reduced by more than £750m since 2010/11. Without drastic action to protect funding and making youth services a statutory service, we are condemning young people to become a lonely, lost generation with nowhere to turn.
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YMCA England & Wales Apr 24
Do you know somebody that has helped increase diversity in our democracy? Celebrate their achievements by nominating them for a Democracy Award:
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Denise Hatton Apr 22
Good luck to all of our runners in today's - thank you for being part of !
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YMCA Somerset Coast Apr 13
“Being taught about body confidence at school has led to young people feeling better about their bodies. We must help more to navigate the image obsessed society we live in.” for the
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Denise Hatton Apr 11
1 in 10 people 16 to 24 say they often or always feel lonely says . The reality is that councils are spending £206m less on youth services than 3 years ago, where opportunities to meet others have been lost. My full response from front page
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YMCA North Staffs Apr 9
On Friday we celebrated our CEO, 1️⃣5️⃣, and our Maintenance Supervisor’s 2️⃣0️⃣ Years of Service at - Not all heroes where capes ❤️
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Denise Hatton Apr 10
Inspiring to be at 's launch of a new community branch in today. Thank you for inviting me.
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Denise Hatton Mar 29
I welcome the news that the Gov. is reinstating housing benefit entitlement for all 18 to 21 year olds, allowing thousands of young people across the country to get the helping hand they need and support them to get their lives back on track.
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Denise Hatton Mar 21
Great to catch up with at the launch in Parliament this afternoon. A wonderful ambassador for young people and a Patron of .
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Denise Hatton Mar 8
I want to thank all the inspiring women at YMCAs across the country and around the world, from our staff and volunteers, to the young women we work with. You are role models for people everywhere.
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Denise Hatton Mar 7
Still incredibly relevant, especially during , last year I wrote about how apprenticeships shouldn't be seen as a second class option, as our own research showed the incredibly positive results young people were seeing.
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Denise Hatton Mar 7
At the first of the Membership Agreement Working Group meetings for YMCAs in England and Wales.
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Denise Hatton Mar 6
Great to spend the morning with our Retail team and opening our new charity shop in today.
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Denise Hatton Mar 1
Of these, one in 10 young people are having suicidal thoughts. Our new / research, ‘In Your Face’, highlights the impact of appearance-based bullying.
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Denise Hatton Feb 28
After discovering in our new research that 55% of young people are bullied because of their looks, it's reassuring to see schools taking a lead and becoming a to tackle the issue by promoting body confidence.
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