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RSM statement re The Challenge Network (In Administration)

Phillip Sykes and Matthew Haw from RSM Restructuring Advisory LLP were today appointed as Joint Administrators by the Board of The Challenge Network (TCN), a registered charity which designs and deliver programmes to bring together people from different backgrounds, working in partnership with government, businesses and local charities. TCN currently delivers a number of programmes including, in particular, NCS (National Citizen Service), a government-backed programme for young people aged 15 – 17 and HeadStart, a programme designed to bridge the gap between education and employment.

The Administrators will be updating employees, creditors and other stakeholders during the course of the next few days.

All interested parties are invited to contact the Administrators at RSM Restructuring Advisory LLP, 25 Farringdon Street, London EC4A 4AB, tel no: 020 3201 8000 or at restructuring.london.core@rsmuk.com

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NCS - Bring people together

Measuring Impact

Since we began in 2009, more than 225,000 young people have taken part in programmes we run across the UK.

47,000

The number of young people we worked with across England in 2018.

1,000,000+

Over one million hours volunteered 
by young people during 2018.

79%

Felt NCS helped them make new friends from different backgrounds.

Latest news

Explore all our latest articles and success stories from across The Challenge, our programmes and partnerships.

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    HeadStart and HeadStart Action Transfer Announcement

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    Impact Report 2018-19

  1. RSM statement re The Challenge Network (In Administration)

  2. Statement from Bill Ronald, Chairman of The Challenge Network

  3. Celebrating the APPG on Social Integration’s work so far

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