EYHExpanding Your Horizons (conference)
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EYH is a movement of grassroots charities, including Llamau in Wales, who work together at a local level to end youth homelessness on a national scale.
According to EYH, last year 103,000 16 to 25-year-olds went to their local authority for help because they were homeless, or at risk of becoming homeless.
The agency is also raising money for EYH and is asking the public to support Socktober by making a donation to the campaign and posting a picture online with their favourite socks on 10 October with the hashtag #socktober.
Every year, EYH works directly with over 26,000 vulnerable and homeless young people aged 16-25 across the UK.
Alastair Townsley, branch manager at the New Street branch, and customer consultant Tom Fleming are taking part in the fundraising effort as part of the Society's three-year charity partnership with EYH.
The girls who attended the EYH conference came from nearly 100 schools throughout Northern Utah.
Established as an initiative to curb youth unemployment in MENA, EYH involves a coalition of global and re-gional entities, from growth industries, focused on show- casing employment best practices, fostering entrepre- neurship and offering oppor- tunities in the job market across the MENA region.
(25.) He X, Park EYH, Fowler A, Yarmush ML, Toner M.
Chiu TTW, Law EYH, Chiu THF (2005b) Performance of the craniocervical flexion test in subjects with and without chronic neck pain.
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