Tag Archives: Young People’s Gambling Harm Prevention Programme

YGAM and Wolves to continue responsible betting collaboration

The Young Gamers and Gamblers Education Trust (YGAM) has announced a continuation of its partnership with Wolverhampton Wanderers FC focused on education and safeguarding.  As a result of the agreement, the partners will cooperate to deliver the aforementioned objectives in the Premier League team’s home West Midlands region.  In collaboration with GamCare, YGAM has trained Wolves and Wolves Foundation staff …

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YGAM claims four national awards for education programmes

The Young Gamers & Gamblers Education Trust (YGAM) has been recognised for its national education campaigns on gambling-related harm with four awards. Of particular significance was YGAM’s Young People’s Gambling Harm Prevention Programme, which provided training and resources to teachers and youth workers, delivered in collaboration with GamCare and with support from the Betting and Gaming Council (BGC). The charity …

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GamCare and YGAM exceed first year educational targets

Prominent responsible gambling charities YGAM and GamCare have exceeded the first year targets for the Young People’s Gambling Harm Prevention Programme. The joint initiative – supported by the Betting and Gaming Council – has been launched in all regions of England and Wales and has expanded education and support services for young people in Northern Ireland, whilst both organisations work …

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