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Find out about how YMCAs supported troops and civilians on a global scale in World War One

YMCA is inviting fans of military history to a day of talks looking back at its involvement in supporting troops and civilians during World War One.

The world’s oldest and largest youth charity played an important role in the conflict, offering sustenance to troops on the frontline and helping relatives of injured soldiers in France.

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Intrepid cyclists reach the finishing line on day four of YMCA’s Tour de Y fundraising challenge

Brave – and slightly broken – cycling enthusiasts completed the epic YMCA Tour de Y fundraising challenge on Saturday, raising more than £20,000 for disadvantaged young people across England.

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YMCA celebrates finalist position at prestigious Third Sector awards night

Youth charity YMCA is celebrating after making the finals night of an annual charity sector awards.

The organisation, which supports almost 230,000 young people across the UK, made the final six of the Third Sector Awards Brand Development category for its autumn 2014 national federation rebrand.

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Cyclists ready themselves for the challenge of a lifetime as they begin YMCA Tour de Y fundraiser

Cycling enthusiasts from across the country kicked off a four-day, 360-mile fundraising challenge today in aid of youth charity, YMCA.

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Southend’s young people make their voices heard in local policy debate

Almost 100 young people and youth work practitioners packed into South Essex College to debate the policy issues that affected them, following the release of YMCA survey.

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YMCA and RSH+P’s innovative factory-built affordable housing scheme welcomes first tenants in south west London

YMCA, the world’s oldest and largest youth charity, has today opened its first Y:Cube development; an off-site manufactured housing project for single people in housing need, designed by renowned architecture practice Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners. Find out more

Thousands of vulnerable, young people facing Uncertain Futures if Housing Benefit cuts for 18 to 21-year-olds are introduced, says new research

Thousands of vulnerable, young people across the UK could be made homeless if proposed Housing Benefit cuts are introduced in full, according to major new research by youth charity, YMCA.

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Young people from YMCA North Staffordshire share their stories in Panorama special

Four young people appeared on a BBC Panorama special last night (27 July), to discuss their individual journeys from homelessness with help from YMCA North Staffordshire. Find out more

Youth Matters Awards judges shortlist lucky semi-finalists

Judges today shortlisted semi-finalists from a record number of nominations for the prestigious Youth Matters Awards ceremony, ahead of a public vote due to open this August. Find out more

New YMCA housing project receives royal stamp of approval

Cheltenham YMCA played host to a very special royal visitor last week who officially opened an impressive new 73 bed housing facility in the town for young homeless people. Find out more

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