Helping young people strive for a better life

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Helping young people strive for a better life

Antoin Akpom was the founder of 'Strive 4 Success' which was later changed to Antoin Akpom Foundation after he died. His plan was to help as many young people as he could using sports and dance as platform. His mother Cheryl Armatrading i has continued his legacy by becoming the Managing Director of Antoin Akpom Foundation. Cheryl has been known for her spectacular fundraisers in the past raising thousands of pounds for the company. On Saturday 29th she hosted an award ceremomy which highlighted the work of those within the community that are helping young people.

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