Apply for the Young Londoners Fund
Round one of applications for the Young Londoners Fund and the Sport Unites Small Grants Fund closed at 12-noon, Monday 9 July 2018. We are planning to open round two of applications in Spring 2019.
£15 million from the Young Londoners Fund and £500,000 from the Sport Unites Small Grants Fund were made available for projects that support children and young people (aged 10-21) across London, who are either at risk of exclusion or involvement in criminal activity or have been involved in criminal activity.
Projects must be embedded in their local communities and will be delivered through a range of innovative and proven delivery models.
The Mayor has created the Young Londoners Fund to help London's children and young adults make the most of our amazing city.
The new £45 million Young Londoners Fund will help children and young people to fulfil their potential, particularly those at risk of getting caught up in crime. It will support a range of education, sport, cultural and other activities.
The 3-year fund will see £30 million made available for projects in local communities. The remaining £15 million will be invested to expand existing projects funded by City Hall that support young Londoners.
The Young Londoners Fund aims to:
- provide aspirational and positive activities to help support young people to make positive choices and reach their potential
- give new options to children and young people most at risk of taking the wrong path and stop them getting involved in violence and criminal activity
- improve coordination and capacity of London's youth offer so more children and young people can access services
Find out more information on the City Hall projects benefiting from £15 million of the Young Londoners Fund.
Applications are now closed for the Young Londoners Fund and the Sport Unites Small Grants Fund.
How to book your place on an Information Session
We held Young Londoners information sessions across London throughout the month of June. The sessions were aimed at organisations that are interested in applying for a grant. Each session was hosted by a local community organisation. We encouraged you to attend the session that is closest to the area you intend to deliver your project. The presentation from the information sessions is available to download in the related documents section at the bottom of this page.
|Lambeth||Mon 4 June|
|Croydon||Mon 11 June|
|Hackney||Tues 12 June|
|Hammersmith & Fulham||Tues 19 June|
|City Hall||Mon 18 June|
|Waltham Forest||Wed 13 June|
Information Session, City Hall, Monday 18 June – watch online
Watch a recording of the City Hall Information held on Monday 18 June.
The order of presentations is as follows:
- Young Londoners Fund overview – GLA
- Youth engagement and participation - Mayor’s Peer Outreach Team (Youth engagement and participation)
- Measuring your Impact - Project Oracle (Children and Youth Evidence Hub)
- Application form and FAQs - Rocket Science (Grants Management Agent)
This recording will be available to watch online for up to six months