LVN App Endorsed by the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS)

With over 2,500 opportunities listed, the LVN App caught the eye of the MPS whose officers have been promoting the App as a resource to young people, in particular those at risk of antisocial behaviours and offending.

Chief Inspector Jack Rowlands said of the collaboration: “It is really positive to see an application that not only offers opportunities for young people, but for organisations too, to showcase what they can do to help. The MPS can direct young people to use the application and access new opportunities. In addition, we can share the LVN App with other organisations that we work with to enable them to sign up and highlight what they do.”

The initiative has also been supported by global law firm Hogan Lovells, who has provided important advice on data privacy and corporate governance, to ensure the continued integrity of the app.

The Mayor of London

Funding received from the Mayor of London’s office helped us build a signposting website to accompany our free signposting app for young people aged 14-24.

John Lyon’s Charity

Funding received from John Lyon’s Charity as part of the Cornerstone Initiative has been a significant factor behind the development and success of the LVN app.

Dr Lynne Guyton, CEO of John Lyon’s Charity, said “John Lyon’s Charity are proud to support LVN in their mission to ensure that all young people have access to good networks and visibility to the wide range of support available.”

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