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City Gateway - a charity that exists to give everyone the equal chance to change the future.

About City Gateway

Based in Tower Hamlets, City Gateway is a charity that supports young people from some of London's most disadvantaged communities to reach their full potential. The organization focuses on individuals aged 16 to 24 who are currently not in education, employment and training (NEET) and aims to equip them with the skills, qualifications, and mindset required to achieve sustainable employment, such as apprenticeships and other job opportunities. In 2021-22, City Gateway helped 76% of its young people to achieve positive and sustainable EET outcomes, surpassing the sector benchmark of 24%.

How you can make an impact

  • Make a donation or raise fund for them, you can provide financial support to City Gateway, which will allow young people to gain employability skills and qualifications they need to succeed.
  • Offer career opportunities such as job placements, apprenticeships, or full-time roles, you can help young people to secure long-term, sustainable employment.
  • Through corporate volunteering, you can contribute to City Gateway's mission by running workshops on CV writing and professional skills, mentoring a young person, and sharing your own experiences with them.


Make a donation here


£50 – can provide two weeks of maths and English classes for up to 2 young people who don’t have grade 4 or above in their GCSEs

£100 – enables 10 learners to receive advanced training in employability skills, such as CV writing and interview techniques, making them more competitive in the job market

£500 – can support 10 learners to receive comprehensive 1-2-1 coaching giving them the confidence, resilience, and self-awareness they need to begin their careers

£1,000 – can help 15 learners taking part in the cognitive assessments to identify their learning needs, create individual plans and strategies to support them

£1,500 – can support our Breakfast Club and facilitated workshops to 40 learners

£2,000 – can set up a bursary supporting the food and transport cost of 15 learners with financial difficulties




Young Women’s Trust offers support to young women aged 18 to 30, who are living on low or no pay and want to build a better future, through Work It Out. Work It Out is a free service that offers coaching and personalised feedback on CV and job applications.

They campaign for young women’s equality in the workplace, explore the issues that young women face such as the income gap and discrimination and, through our research, examine the challenges young women face. 

You can help E2W support this brilliant and worthy charity by donating through our Just Giving Page below. 

Donate on our Just Giving page

Every pound you donate makes a difference to the lives of the young women, supported by this charity.  


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