Neil Phillips joins SYST as an ambassador of the charity

Neil Phillips joins SYST as an ambassador of the charity

In a commendable move towards community engagement and philanthropy, Neil Phillips from Phillips Chartered Accountants, based in Telford, has recently assumed the role of an Ambassador for Shropshire Youth Support Trust (SYST) where he is volunteering his time and knowledge to support the charity.

SYST is a registered charity located in Telford, Shropshire, dedicated to offering comprehensive support to young individuals aged 16-30 who are facing challenges in education and employment. Their mission is to empower youth across Telford & Wrekin, Shropshire, and the West Midlands by helping them identify their strengths and passions, ultimately fostering emotional, social and financial independence.

As a Volunteer Ambassador for SYST, Neil will be shining a light on the great work that the charity does in supporting young people, and he will be raising awareness of how others can get involved too. The role offers flexibility, allowing ambassadors to dedicate as much time and effort as they can spare to support SYST’s mission.

Jon Gidney, a Trustee of SYST comments; “We are delighted that Neil is supporting us at Shropshire Youth Support Trust. Neil has shown great interest and enthusiasm for raising awareness of our charity, and we really appreciate him volunteering his valuable time and effort in supporting us. ”

To express interest in becoming a Volunteer Ambassador for SYST, individuals can email the CEO at SYST, Richard Nuttall (richard@systbusiness.co.uk), with a brief statement about how they plan to support SYST’s mission. SYST welcomes individuals from all backgrounds and experiences who share a passion for empowering young people in Shropshire.

Pictured, Jon Gidney Trustee of SYST, with Neil Phillips at Phillips Chartered Accountants offices in Telford.

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