Charities win share of £215m lottery early intervention fund

Laura McCardle
Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Five charity-led consortia will receive a share of £215m as part of a bid to improve the life chances of vulnerable under-threes, the Big Lottery Fund has announced.

The Big Lottery Fund wants to support 60,000 under-threes over the next decade
The Big Lottery Fund wants to support 60,000 under-threes over the next decade

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