Wishing You a Happy 2014!

Published On 3 January, 2014 | By Dennis | Editor's Corner, Founders Blog
Wishing you a Happy 2014 from from all of us at Endz2Endz!

Happy 2014 from Endz2Endz

It’s been a while! This year we’ve decided to kick of the New Year – 3 days late – with an online editor’s letter!
2013 was a speedy but good year for us at the E2E Team. Though it may have been quiet on the social media front, we’ve been busy bees behind the scenes.

2013 saw us conduct two community outreach programs in South London, and produced our first ever printed magazine. We were also commissioned by a branch well-known housing association, Metropolitan Housing, to create their first ever youth orientated magazine, YOUth Space; whereby we logged the activities and opinions of the young people on their estates that took part in their summer holiday schemes.

This year, we are hoping to get involved in more community projects and really start to push out our ethos and aim to “empower young people through creative media”. In doing this there will be a lot of changes to the site as the year proceeds. Don’t worry we will still be bringing you fresh music and entertainment news, but we will be promoting a lot more opportunities and inspiration to help empower you all and make your futures brighter in the grim and depressing time we are currently living in.

We are also going to be a lot more transparent in what we get up to with our new “Founders Blog” whereby Dennis (E2E founder) and Tyrone (co-founder and magazine editor-in-chief) and myself Ja’e will keep you in the loop of what “Endz” we visit whether home or abroad and what we are up to!

Want to get involved? If you want to be apart of this great movement we are developing and improving, don’t hesitate to tweet us @Endz2Endz or by dropping us a line via email!

Wishing you a very happy, healthy and successful 2014, on behalf of the E2E team!

Ja’e x

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I am the founder of E2E. A chance encounter set me on a the path that lead me create this positive empire for young people in London and the rest of the UK.

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