Brighton & Hove City Council (BHCC) is seeking bids that offer positive activities for young people, using traditional youth work approaches. These approaches will:
- Improve young people’s health and wellbeing
- increase opportunities for young people to participate in new and challenging experiences
- increase volunteering and work experience opportunities
- support with recovering from the impact of Covid-19.
“Young people came up with the criteria that the projects need to meet. They will also lead on deciding how the funding is allocated.”
- The Hangleton & Knoll Project
- The Trust for Developing Communities
- Brighton Youth Centre
- Allsorts Youth Project
- Black & Minority Ethnic Young People’s Project
If you would like to discuss your proposal to gain advice or support you will need to have contacted your chosen Lead Youth Provider by Wednesday, June 1.
They can then help you with your application and submit it to the council by the deadline of Wednesday, June 8. Your project should aim to be ready to start from July 2022.
All applications must be signed by three young people and a worker from the organisation bidding for funding and their chosen Lead Youth provider.
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