YWF Small Grants Programme Round 2 – Health & Wellbeing

Funding available – £40 000

Opens Monday 4th February 2019

This Fund aims to support community organisations to deliver activities and services that meet the Health and Wellbeing needs of the children and young people of the London Borough of Westminster.

Projects supported will target those whose needs are greatest and support the Foundation’s ambition of developing and enhancing the capacity and sustainability of the local children and young people’s voluntary and community sector.

The focus and outcomes of the projects must support the theme of Health and Wellbeing, identified as one of Young Westminster Foundations Key Themes in our Needs Analysis report, A City Within A City, published in Jan 2018.

Application Deadline: Friday 22nd February 2019 at 5pm
Panel Meeting: 6th March 2019
Applicants informed: Friday 8th March

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YWF Small Grants Programme Round 1 – NOW CLOSED

Spring 2018 Programme

The fund aims to support community organisations to deliver activities and services that meet the needs of the children and young people of Westminster, whilst enhancing the capacity and sustainability of the sector. The projects that we have supported each focus on one of our key theme’s as highlighted by our recent needs analysis report, A City Within A City:

  • Health & Wellbeing
  • Accessing Opportunities
  • Staying Safe
  • Local Environment

The grants panel included YWF trustees, young Westminster residents, representatives from  John Lyon’s Charity and One Westminster and founding partners. The following organisations and projects have been awarded a small grant in May 2018, with the scope to benefit over 1000 young people:

A special thank you to our founding partners whose support has made our grants programme possible – Shaftesbury PLCColas RailThe Mercers’ CompanyLandsec, Capital Arches Group and A Taj Hotel.

 

 

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