Empowering Change: Kilwaughter Minerals Ltd becomes a Young Enterprise ESG Partner
Kilwaughter Minerals Ltd proudly announces its partnership with Young Enterprise, marking a significant stride towards positive social change in Larne and Mid & East Antrim. By becoming a Young Enterprise ESG Partner, Kilwaughter Minerals Ltd reaffirms its dedication to nurturing the future entrepreneurs of Northern Ireland and building sustainable and prosperous communities.
Young Enterprise understands that the world our young people are stepping into is always changing. Our school programmes make sure young people learn the skills they need to be creative, business-savvy, and ready for whatever comes their way. Kilwaughter Minerals Ltd, like us, are committed to this mission, showing a passion for volunteering within school throughout the local community.
Kilwaughter Minerals Ltd’s generous donation of £10,000 is a testament to its commitment to driving positive change. This contribution will enable 1000 young people to participate in Young Enterprise’s transformative school programmes, equipping them with essential entrepreneurial, enterprise, and financial skills.
As a supporter of Young Enterprise, Kilwaughter Minerals Ltd sets a compelling example for the Mid & East Antrim business community. By pledging support to the Business Backer campaign, Kilwaughter Minerals Ltd actively demonstrates its belief in empowering young people, creating a positive social impact within its local community. Through Young Enterprise, Kilwaughter Minerals Ltd leverages its platform to instigate meaningful change in Northern Ireland. Acknowledging the need to, now more than ever, be a resounding positive force in the lives of young people.
When asked about Kilwaughter Minerals Ltd’s pledge to Young Enterprise, Carol Fitzsimons MBE expressed:
“We are delighted that Kilwaughter Minerals Ltd has made the decision to become a YE ESG Business Backer. Seeing how committed they have been to volunteering in schools and the passion that they have for young people, I am confident that we will see amazing work be done in the Larne area.”
Kilwaughter Minerals Ltd’s Business Development Director Caroline Rowley, when talking about this exciting partnership, said:
“At Kilwaughter, we consider it a real privilege to be able to give back to our community through various initiatives, including our work with Young Enterprise which we’re proud to support.
“We are pleased to announce this new funding commitment, that will go towards the organisation’s work in Mid and East Antrim and beyond, and we hope will demonstrate the tremendous value of becoming a ‘Business Backer’.
“Through Young Enterprise, we have already engaged with schools including Larne Grammar, Larne High, Ulidia Integrated College and Cullybackey College, and look forward to extending that to Cambridge House and Carrickfergus Academy in the coming months.
“As a result, we’ve seen first hand the positive and practical impact that Young Enterprise makes on the lives of young people as we seek to empower the next generation of workers and entrepreneurs.”
Young Enterprise eagerly anticipates a year of fruitful collaboration with Kilwaughter Minerals Ltd. Their wealth of experience and dedication to young people will undoubtedly inspire and mentor the next generation of Northern Ireland’s entrepreneurs.
Welcome aboard, Kilwaughter Minerals Ltd, to the Young Enterprise family.
For more information and to become a Business Backer, please visit our website at yeni.co.uk/business-backers/ or contact Bradley Crooks, Business Engagement Co-ordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.