Supt Keith Fraser @fraser9529wmp Walking @3PeaksYorkshire In aid of @Employ_UK Charity

Supt Keith Fraser of West Midlands Police – Head of Crime and Operations in Wolverhampton has a big Heart of Gold, he is a Trustee for three amazing charity’s – Super Josh Charity – Helping Josh’s legacy live on giving help & hope to children with brain tumours, post surgery disabilities & others along his journey.

Base 25 Charity, which is a young person information and advice centre offering a daily drop in service and a range of targeted and specialised projects that include: counselling, gender based projects, anger management programme, young dads work, BRFC (Building Resilient Families and Communities), projects around gang prevention, child sex exploitation and the SAFE project that works with young people using behaviours synonymous with domestic abuse.

Keith will be walking the 3 Peaks Yorkshire challenge in aid of EmployabilityUK, a charity Keith is also a trustee of. The mission of EmployabilityUK is to provide an employer engagement solution to schools, which brings business and education together to enhance the aspirations, opportunities and career prospects of enthusiastic people aged 11-19.

EmployabilityUK believe the best way to bring sustainable employer engagement, careers advice and first class professional employability skills to schools and colleges is by working with them to understand their individual needs and the aspirations of their students. To offer support and fresh ideas, ensuring the latest opportunities are made available to their learners.

tumblr_n63911iLYf1s7ai3ao1_1280Keith said:

I know how giving young people a better idea about what skills they need to get a job, make them more likely to get that job.

Unfortunately there are loads of surveys which show that young people don’t always have the skills they need to be ready for work.

I understand the challenge which young people have to face and I believe they can make themselves better prepared for work with the help of EmployabilityUK Charity.

All that I am involved in, is about young people, because I have seen the difference we can make, if we help at the right time.

The 3 peaks classic walk in the beautiful Yorkshire Dales which takes in the summits of Pen-y-ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough in a circular route. Keith will be walking  24.5 miles (39.2km) long and takes in approximately 5,000 feet (1,600 metres) of climbing. Not for the faint-hearted.

Please donate to Keiths Three peaks walking challenge

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