Brook Young People

Since opening the first Brook clinic in 1964, sexual health practices have been evolving. Brook has stayed up to date, offering both clinical sexual health services as well as education & wellbeing services for young people, and remains the only national charity to offer both.

The charity puts donations towards offering clinical series in local communities, education programmes, training for professionals, and advocacy work. This is all in aid of helping young people with the evolving challenges they face today, ensuring they are better equipped to make more informed, positive healthy lifestyle choices.

Last year Brook supported over 230,000 people under 25, and your donations will be invaluable in order to continue their fantastic work.

Scale of their work

  • In 2016/17 the charity helped a total of 236,387 young people

  • 127,620 young people are helped through their education and wellbeing work

  • 569,719 were helped through their online help and advice pages

Important dates

  • 8th March International Women's Day

  • 26th September: World Contraception Day

  • 1st December: World Aids Day

Other ways to show your support

If exercising is your thing, you could take a slot in the London Landmarks Half Marathon this March. The race starts on Pall Mall and finishes at Downing Street. For more information and registration click here.

You can also host events for your friends and charge donations to take part, or become a volunteer to take part in bucket collections. If you have fun ideas for fundraising for Brook, or need some inspiration, you can get in touch by following this link.


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