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Andover Women in Business & Dee Dee Trust Brighten Easter for The Yellow Brick Road Project

The Andover Women in Business recently demonstrated their commitment to community care by purchasing Easter Eggs for all the staff at The Yellow Brick Road Project.

This act of kindness was in line with their ethos of “care for those who care.” The Yellow Brick Road Project, marking its 10th anniversary this year, received further support as the Dee Dee Trust generously matched the initiative by providing refreshments and snacks for the young individuals seeking help.

Siobhan Downs, the Chief Executive and Founder of The Yellow Brick Road Project, expressed her profound desire to empower young people by equipping them with essential life skills. The ambiance of The Yellow Brick Road Project reflects this mission, radiating warmth, care, and thoughtfulness. Siobhan’s vision is to inspire youngsters to uncover their potential, aptly captured by encouraging signs that adorn the premises, reminding them to “dream big” and reassuring them that “with small steps, you can do it.”

Those under 35 years old grappling with life’s challenges are urged to reach out for support, underscoring the organization’s commitment to fostering resilience and growth.

Katie Brooks, a representative of Andover Women in Business, expressed delight at the collaboration with the Dee Dee Trust and reiterated the importance of recognizing caregivers while supporting the youth in the community, she said ““Andover Women in Business and the Dee Dee Trust are delighted to be recognising the carers and helping our young people in the community”

The Andover Women in Business Club serves as a platform for business and professional women to exchange experiences and extend mutual support. Meanwhile, The Yellow Brick Road Project, a charitable organization, remains steadfast in its dedication to transforming the lives of young individuals, symbolizing hope and opportunity in their journey towards a brighter future.