How organisations can get a share of a new youth social action fund

Adam Offord
Tuesday, November 22, 2016

More than £40m will be available to youth groups through the #IWill Fund to boost opportunities. Step Up To Serve chief Charlotte Hill explains when it will be distributed, what projects it will support and how to make bids.

The government and Big Lottery Fund have both pledged £20m to the campaign in a bid to     get more young people involved in volunteering
The government and Big Lottery Fund have both pledged £20m to the campaign in a bid to get more young people involved in volunteering

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