The jewellery and watch retailer said it was inspired to support HideOut Youth Zone after learning more about the charity’s aims and ambitions to support thousands of young Mancunians.
David M Robinson, which currently operates four showrooms across the UK, in Manchester, Liverpool, Altrincham and Canary Wharf, said it was “blown away” by the “state-of-the-art” facilities it offers young people.
John Robinson, managing director for David M Robinson, said: We are delighted to be part of the successful journey taking place at HideOut. As a business trading in Manchester for over four decades, it is our moral responsibility to be able to give back and help out the people of Manchester, in whichever way we can.
“HideOut is the platform that draws communities together and that means all generations benefit from its work.”
The Youth Zone is open to young people aged 8-19 years old, and up to 25 for those with additional needs, offering over 20 activities every night.
With a brand-new enterprise and employability suite, the charity provides support and guidance for young people who are not in education, employment or training.
Adam Farricker, chief executive at HideOut Youth Zone, said: “As a charity, we rely on the support of the local business community to help us provide much needed services for young people, which following the coronavirus pandemic is more important now than ever.
“I’d like to say a huge thank you to David M Robinson for their generous Founder Patron support, every penny donated will go directly towards helping young people to develop their skills, discover their talents and realise their full potential.”