Standing Together up to £500 for youth-led projects – come and pitch your idea to us in person or online!
The grant is for Bury-based youth led groups to deliver activities during GM Hate Crime Awareness Week (6th – 12th February 2024) which aim to raise awareness of community safety and things young people can do to be safe? Understand what is meant by hate crime? How to report ‘hate crime’
Ideas of what we could fund.
- Using creative arts such as dance, drama, films, poetry, or sports to understand ‘hate crime.
- Activities which bring communities together to promote understanding of one another.
Who can apply?
If you are aged 13 – 25, you can apply for up to £500 to work with others You must have a mentor/worker aged 18 or over and be connected to a youth or community group. If you are not involved in a community group, contact Bury VCFA, and we link you up with one.
How to apply
View the guidelines and short from on our grants page: www.buryvcfa.org.uk/grants/ Don’t forget to provide an outline of what you will spend the money on. Submit the form to email@example.com by 12 NOON 6th December 2023.
If you need help or guidance with your idea or how to apply, please visit www.buryvcfa.org.uk/grants/ or email firstname.lastname@example.org 07734 373 993