CXK Celebrates 15th Anniversary

Wednesday 22nd March 2017

CXK is marking its 15th anniversary this week by reflecting on it's past as well as looking to the future – developing plans to extend and enhance the range and reach of its invaluable activities.

Established in 2002, CXK originally provided a number of services including careers information, advice and guidance for young people across Kent and Medway.

Gaining charitable status in 2007, CXK began to extend its scope of service provision and the areas in which it operates. CXK now celebrates the delivery of a wide portfolio of services across Kent, Medway, East Sussex and Essex to over 50,000 young people and adults each year.   

High profile programmes delivered by CXK include the National Careers Service, National Citizen Service, Prince’s Trust and commissioned early help services such as Young Healthy Minds, Family Kitchen and extensive targeted support to young people not in education, employment or training (NEET).

Pauline Smith, Chief Executive at CXK, said: “We are entering an exciting period in our continued journey of success through the provision of essential support and guidance to young people and adults across the South East. Our mission to inspire others to thrive is extremely important in supporting many individuals who face disadvantage and adversity. As a charity we wish to reach out to as many beneficiaries and communities as we can and through our fundraising efforts will continue to motivate others to maximise their potential.”


For further information on all of CXK’s services please contact 01233 224244 or email CXK on