Funding to for Projects that Stop Disadvantage Young People Commit Crime (UK with pref. for London & South East)

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Funding to for Projects that Stop Disadvantage Young People Commit Crime (UK with pref. for London & South East)

Not for profit organisation based in London and the South East working with disadvantaged young people may be eligible to apply for funding through the William Wates Memorial Trust. The Trust provides grants for projects that help disadvantaged 5-19 year olds move away from anti-social behaviour and criminal activity.

The Trustees will primarily support projects in London and the South East. However, they will also consider nationwide projects. To be eligible, applicants need to be registered charities or not for profit organisations. Previously supported projects include the Southampton Rape Crisis Charity’s Star Project which received a grant of £24,000 over three years to reduce the incidence of rape and sexual abuse and raise awareness of support services amongst young people via creative and innovative workshops and the Chain Reaction Theatre company which received a grant of £24,703 over three years to educate, inspire and increase the confidence of disadvantaged young people aged 5-19 in deprived areas of London and Essex.

http://www.wwmt.org/

The deadline for applications is the 28th June 2017.

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