YGAM were delighted to join the APPG last week for a topical debate around ‘Are children gambling, and if so, what can be done about it’.
YGAM has responded to the Gambling Commission’s consultation on a new national strategy to reduce gambling harms and proposed amendments to LCCP requirements on gambling businesses to contribute to research, prevention, and treatment.
In a series of blogs and think-pieces we invite individuals with wide-ranging roles in the gaming and gambling industry as well as Academics and those from outside to set out their thoughts on topical issues of concern.
Lee Willows, Founder and Chief Executive of YGAM, the charity which works to inform, educate and safeguard young people against problematic gambling and social gaming, has described ICE London (5-7 February, ExCeL London, UK) as providing the ‘best possible platform that exists to raise awareness of the YGAM brand and to explain how we can work alongside the industry in a purposeful and progressive way.’
Today the Young Gamblers Education Trust (YGAM) has published its statutory trustee report and year-end accounts with the Charity Commission, Companies House and Fundraising Regulator.