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Endeavour's New Look

final_logo_rgbEndeavour is changing to a new logo and strapline.

Designed in consultation with young people, staff and stakeholders, the new logo represents Endeavour's rich history and association of using the outdoors to engage young people. 

The strapline evolved as a way to instantly tell people what we do: 'Empowering Young People'.

We hope you like the new look and design, which we feel better reflects Endeavour as a youth-focussed organisation. We will be rolling this out in our materials and correspondence gradually over the coming weeks.

Our website will also be changing to reflect this new look, so please bear with us over the coming weeks as we implement this.

In the meantime, why not take a look at our Twitter and Facebook pages for the latest news: 

Twitter: @Endeavour_1955

Facebook: 1955endeavour

Geeks on Peaks Ready to cross Ireland by Bike


A group of South Yorkshire cyclists is taking part in a cycle challenge across Ireland in aid of Endeavour.

The group, calling themselves the ‘Geeks on Peaks’, have been supporting Endeavour for several years, originally taking part in a three peaks challenge for the charity in 2012. Since then, they have raised nearly £80,000 for us on bike rides and treks.

Next week, they will set off for County Mayo and cycle 258 miles across the Ireland to finish in Dublin, and hope to raise over £14,000.
Many of the cyclists work for HSBC at Griffin House in Sheffield who will match some of the funds raised.

Irwin Mitchell Trainees get Busy at Endeavour HQ




We were lucky enough to have 60 volunteers over two afternoons from Irwin Mitchell come and help at Endeavour recently. 

The volunteers were all on Irwin Mitchell’s graduate training programme and came to us as part of their induction to the company to get involved in the local community and learn about corporate social responsibility.

We were amazed how much the two teams got done with a large group clearing out our portacabin so it can be used for team-building activities, and others brightening up some exterior windows and our hallway with a new paint job. Volunteers also helped out with weeding, varnishing a bench and helping set up our new music studio.

The sun was shining on both days and all the volunteers worked hard and said they enjoyed their time with us.

Alex Burgess, Graduate Recruitment Officer at Irwin Mitchell said: “We were grateful for the opportunity to be able to help this fantastic project and the trainees found it very rewarding giving a helping hand. The Endeavour team were fantastic and we had a really enjoyable couple of days”.

GCSE Success for Endeavour’s Education Centre


Endeavour is pleased to report our GCSE pass rate at our Education Centre in Sheffield for 2015-16 is at 82%, with a number of students achieving A and A* grades. This is a fantastic achievement, especially considering some of the barriers our learners face and the fact that we are an alternative education provision.

29 learners at the Endeavour Education Centre entered GCSE examinations this year, an increase of 12 on last year. We wanted to build on last year’s success and be able to offer more learners the opportunity to take GCSEs this year, offering additional subjects in English Language, English Literature and History. This has enabled learners to experience a wider range of subjects and gain more qualifications.

Sainsbury's The Moor Local Charity


Sainsbury’s Local Charity of the Year

We are delighted to have been chosen as the new local charity of the year for Sainsbury’s the Moor in Sheffield.

Each Sainsbury’s store across the UK chooses a shortlist of three local charities each year, which is then voted on by customers, staff and members of the public. Having been shortlisted in June, we recently received the call from Store Manager Claire Howard to tell us we had won the vote at the Moor.

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