ICRTouch supports and empowers young people with £2,000 donation

ICRTouch, a leading provider of EPoS software for the hospitality and retail sectors, has announced a donation of £2,000 to Wightoak Youth Services, a local group that delivers bespoke residential services for post-16 young people who have often experienced difficulties in life.
ICRTouch CEO Colin Ringer handing over a cheque for £200 to Wightoak Youth Services Director, Ali Steele

Wightoak Youth Services combines a dedicated team of professionals who strive to guide and support young people on their journey towards a more positive and fulfilled future. The team recognises the unique needs of young people who have faced significant challenges and works tirelessly to provide them with a safe and supportive environment where they can thrive.

The donation from ICRTouch will be used to support the young people who come into contact with Wightoak. Specifically, the funds will contribute to a diverse programme of activities designed to spark career aspirations, explore lifelong interests and hobbies, as well as create lasting positive memories of the young people’s care experience. The Wightoak team recognises the importance of fun and the role it plays in shaping the lives of young people.

Ali Steele, Director of Wightoak Youth Services, expressed her gratitude towards ICRTouch’s generosity. 

“The donation will significantly contribute towards our efforts to support some of the Island’s young people most in need. It will go a long way in creating opportunities for young people to explore their interests, develop their skills, and shape their future.”

ICRTouch has a strong commitment to supporting local charities, community groups, and good causes on the Isle of Wight. The company recognises the critical role these organisations play in the community and the difference they make in people’s lives.

If you’re interested in learning more about the services provided by Wightoak Youth Services, please visit their website at wightoakyouth.com.


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