In its new manifesto the YMCA have called on all politicians to do more in housing for young people.
Within the manifesto are five key areas for change: housing & accommodation, family work, health & wellbeing, training & education, democracy & youth engagement, reports 24dash.
The recommendations include needing to build more affordable housing to proposals for a ‘Help to Rent’ scheme which could help more young people save for a deposit and cope with expensive monthly rents.
YMCA England chief executive Denise Hatton said: “With a just a little bit of extra help to help them on their way in life, the young people of our country would be able to give back so much. It makes sense for representatives from all political parties to listen to the recommendations in our manifesto.”
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