Youth Concern Community Ambassador Appointed

Aylesbury Councillor, Steve Lambert, appointed as Community Ambassador for Aylesbury-based charity, Youth Concern
Aylesbury-based charity Youth Concern is delighted to announce that Aylesbury Town Councillor and Deputy Town Mayor, Steve Lambert, has been appointed as their first ever Community Ambassador.

In the role Steve will help to raise awareness of Youth Concern’s vital work to help disadvantaged young people in Aylesbury Vale and to build key relationships across the community.

For over 40 years, Youth Concern has been helping young people aged 13-25, who are vulnerable and at risk by providing counselling, education, employment and housing support so they can live safe, happy and fulfilling lives and contribute positively to society.

Stephen Louis, Chair of Trustees said “Steve has been a Trustee of Youth Concern for over fifteen years and served as Chair between December 2012 and November 2016. During that time, he has been a progressive and dedicated leader and a much valued member of the trustee team. We are delighted that he has agreed to move on to this new role where his deep knowledge and connections in the community will be of great value to Youth Concern and will help us ensure that we serve all of our local community.”

Steve Lambert said “Youth Concern is an amazing charity. I’m delighted to become Youth Concern’s first ever Community Ambassador and champion the fantastic work that they do to support the Vale’s young people and give them hope and help when they need it most.”

About Youth Concern
Youth Concern supports vulnerable 13-25 year olds across Aylesbury Vale. The charity’s experienced team of staff and volunteers offer a range of services including emotional support, counselling, food and care parcels, advocacy, help with employment, education and training, and practical assistance to deal with homelessness.