MDA partners with Blackburn Youth Zone
Blackburn Youth Zone has welcomed a new founder patron business, fulfillment and marketing business MDA.The firm, which supports world-leading brands in their marketing campaigns, has established a support package with employees for the ground-breaking youth engagement initiative. Team MDA will make donations to the project on a monthly basis.
MDA also expects to help the project by offering volunteering support, promotional products and by becoming involved in an enterprise scheme.Kelley Spencer, head of human resources at MDA, said: “We were hunting for an inspiring and worthwhile cause we could give some of our time up for, and offer financial support too. We have been aware of Blackburn Youth Zone since its inception, and as a team, we are hugely impressed by the impact it is having on the aspirations and ambition of the young people of our town.
“We are all very excited to become an active part of the Blackburn Youth Zone community, and see how our support has an impact at grassroots level.”
Blackburn Youth Zone's Julia Wright welcomed MDA to the Zone 'family': “We are delighted to have MDA on board as Founder Patrons. It is demonstration of their commitment to investing in the future of our town. Without the support of our Founder Patrons, Patrons and supporters we would not be able to continue to work with our young people, helping them find and develop their talents - we call it finding their spark.”Dale Stokes, managing director of MDA, said: “The development of our young people will be crucial to the future economic success of Blackburn. Our business alone is constantly looking to recruit young, invigorated and ambitious people, and Blackburn Youth Zone is taking the steps necessary to ensure our youngsters have the best chance of entering the career of their choice and supporting the local community for the rest of their life. Team MDA is absolutely delighted to be playing our part in such a worthwhile initiative.”