London Youth Christmas Appeal 2023

One of our proudest achievements every year is our work with London Youth, a charity on a mission to improve the lives of young Londoners across the Capital.

As we approach the festive period, join us in spreading some cheer by supporting our London Youth Christmas Appeal. We have partnered with four London youth clubs, supported by London Youth, to set them up for 2024 with the essential items they need to support those who use their services.

How you can support

Simply choose one of the below youth clubs and click through to their Amazon wish list to donate an item.

When making a purchase, please ensure the KFH office address is selected so that the items are not delivered to you directly. The KFH branch address will automatically show up as an option in your address list.

Central London: New Horizon Youth Centre

Located in Kings Cross, the youth club supports 16-24 year-olds who are homeless or unsafe in London. They also work with young people who are currently in prison, on probation, or going through the court system.

North and West London: Westside Young People’s Centre

Based in Ealing, the youth club support young people aged 11-19 years old. It is a club that provides advice and support from different service providers to help with issues like dealing with drug and alcohol problems, managing learning difficulties, improving the chances of securing a good job and making positive life choices.

South East London: AHOY Centre

A sailing and rowing centre, situated in Greenwich, that provides activities and programmes that are focused on teaching transferable and employable life skills whilst offering opportunities for disabled and disadvantaged people to participate on an equal level.

South West London: The Dwayne Simpson Foundation / Dwaynamics Youth Club

Located in Brixton, the youth club provides boxing classes and an expanded programme to offer free education and life-skill support to at-risk children. They also offer 'Stay n Play' for 0-4 year olds and a 'Soup and Support' feeding project.