Cheryl expands charity work

Newcastle born pop princess Cheryl Fernandez-Versini has expanded her charity work in her home-town.

According to official documents that have been filed, the kind hearted Geordie singer has launched ‘Cheryl’s North East Projects LTD’.

The new business venture will work alongside ‘Cheryl’s Trust’ a charity  that the ‘Crazy Stupid Love’ hit-maker, launched in January of this year.

The trust is in partnership with Princes Trust and aims to help disadvantaged and unemployed young people living in the North East fulfil their full potential.

In the next eighteenth months, Cheryl aims to raise £2 million to open the first centre in the city of Newcastle.

The youth centre will set out to help over 4,000  vulnerable youngsters a year gain employment.

The X Factor judge also plans to open the centres all across the UK in the coming years, as the charitable star continues to give back.

For more info on the work of Cheryl’s Trust visit:

Written by Laura Klonowski

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