Mayor's Young Londoners Fund

Mayor’s Young Londoners Fund

The Mayor has created the Young Londoners Fund to help London’s children and young adults make the most of our amazing city. 

The Mayor's new £45m 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 for children and young people. The 3-year fund will see £30m made available for projects in local communities. The remaining £15m will be invested to expand existing projects funded by City Hall that support young Londoners.

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Apply for the Young Londoners Fund

Applications are now open for the Young Londoners Fund and the Sport Unites Small Grants Fund.

Applications deadline: 12-noon, Monday 9 July 2018

£15 million from the Young Londoners Fund and £500,000 from the Sport Unites Small Grants Fund are now 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.

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Apply for Young London Inspired Multi-Year Grants

Applications are now open for Young London Inspired Multi-Year Grants.

Application deadline: 12-noon, Monday 9 July 2018

As part of the Mayor's Young Londoners Fund, we are offering grants totalling £500,000 to organisation who work with young people. Grants of £10,000-£30,000 per year, for up to three years, are available for community groups, small charities and voluntary sector organisations to run projects which encourage young Londoners to volunteer or take part in social action.

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Apply for Stepping Stones

Applications closed at 12-noon, Friday 18 May 2018

Find out more about the Stepping Stones programme and free toolkit - supporting vulnerable pupils to transition from primary to secondary school.

 

Information on City Hall projects

Further details have been announced about the first £5m to scale up to existing City Hall projects, including support for community sports initiatives, gang exit programmes and projects to train teachers and youth workers in mental health first aid. More details are in the full press release.

 

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