Resources for organisations working with young Londoners

As part of the Young Londoners Fund, we offer a programme of support for organisations that work with young people, co-funded by City Bridge Trust. A selection of resources and toolkits for organisations who are working with young Londoners are available below.

Project development resources

These resources are designed to provide you guidance on designing and developing a project for young Londoners. 

They include:

Young Londoners Fund local networks

Young Londoners Fund local networks are part of a programme of support for any organisations that work with young people.

There are multiple Young Londoners Fund local networks covering all 32 London boroughs and the City of London. Find details of your local network here.

Stepping Stones School transition toolkit

The Stepping Stones programme aims to support vulnerable young people in their transition from primary to secondary school.

Use the toolkit to:

London Needs You Alive toolkit

The London Needs You Alive toolkit is being used by schools, colleges, community and faith groups across London to help engage young Londoners on the difficult issue of knife crime and how to stay safe.

Sign up for training and toolkit updates and for invitations to online training sessions. 

Youth participation toolkit

We are developing a new toolkit to share practical ways to engage children and young people in project design, development and delivery, so that they are listened to and empowered. 

It will be available online for everyone to access in summer 2019. 

Open funding opportunities

Details of funding opportunities at the GLA and beyond, including:

  • Young Londoners Fund
  • London Family Fund
  • Culture Seeds
  • Youth Endowment Fund
  • National Lottery Community Fund
  • BBC Children in Need

Support for Young Londoners Fund organisations

Successful Young Londoners Fund organisations are getting support to ensure that they are providing the high quality services that young people need. 

All will receive: