Property company Segro has given more than £5,000 to community groups in the borough.
Alison Yard and Neil Impiazzi were at the West Drayton Young People’s Centre in Harmondsworth Road to present £5,000 to The Hillingdon Road User Education Project – known as SKIDZ – and £500 to the centre itself.
SKIDZ will use its money to offer a range of out-of-school activities for young people at risk of committing anti-social behaviour by offering them car maintenance training and road safety advice.
Mr Impiazzi, Segro's partnerships development manager, said: "Both agencies deserve plaudits for the outstanding work they are doing in the community.
"Segro aims to invest in programmes that support young people and local communities by enhancing employability skills and cultivating life skills.”
Segro is expected to submit a planning application for a Premier Inn hotel on its Riverside Way industrial estate in Uxbridge in the new year.