Youth Sector Development Fund

Funding of £30m is being made available to third-sector organisations whose work supports disadvantaged and vulnerable young people in finding their pathway to success.
The Youth Sector Development Fund (YSDF) will help organisations to grow their capacity, support them to compete for local contracts and become fully sustainable.
Applications are welcome from organisations which provide services to society’s most vulnerable young people, and particularly those whose work has a focus on preventing young people from committing crime, or becoming involved in anti-social behaviour, and those that, through the provision of positive activities, provide engaging and constructive alternatives for young people.
The deadline for applications is 3 October.

3 Replies to “Youth Sector Development Fund”

  1. we are an interdenominational christian youth organisation that provides alternative leisure activities to the youths to keep them away from High Risk behaviours.
    we provide:Sports,Bibilical councilling,Life skills,Music,Drama etc.
    We are called Dynamic Christian Youth (DCY)and we are found in Chingola,Zambia,Africa.
    we are asking for financial support to help us work effectively towards goals mentioned above.

  2. We are NGO organisation that promote rural development by improving living standards of rural communities focusing on promoting livelihood development opportunities to the youths to keep them away from migrating to urban areas, High Risk behaviours and poverty.
    we provide:business development skills, sports, councilling,Life skills,peer education, theatre art etc.
    We are called Ileje Rural Development Organization (IRDO) and we are found in Msia village, Ileje District, Mbeya – Tanzania, Africa.
    we are asking for financial support to help us work effectively towards goals mentioned above.

  3. congats Mulaga and others may God bless you.You are doing a wonderful job that many have not attempted it will open our district to the world.
    Regards
    owen

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