Youth United Stockton (YUS) has allocated an Area Priority Fund, which enables voluntary and community sector Youth Provider’s in Stockton-on-Tees the opportunity to apply for up to £1,000 to respond in a partnership approach to emerging issues within their locality.
The five localities’ the fund will cover are as follows:
|North||Billingham, Port Clarence||£1,000|
|East||Stockton Town centre, Mandale and Victoria, Village, Stainsby Hill||£1,000|
|Central||Newtown, Hardwick, Roseworth, Norton North, Norton South, Norton West.||£1,000|
|South||Eaglescliffe, Ingebly Barwick East, Ingleby Barwick West, Yarm||£1,000|
|West||Bishopsgarth & Elm Tree, Fairfield, Grangefield, Parkfield & Oxbridge, Hartburn, Western Parishes, Northern Parishes||£1,000|
The fund will only support applications that show partnership working and projects that target young people primarily aged 10-19 year’s old in one (or a number) of the areas listed above.
Who can apply?
Applications are welcomed from the voluntary and community sector organisations who deliver services to young people aged 10-19 and who deliver services within Stockton-on-Tees. Applicant organisations must follow the conditions of the grant below.
Conditions of the grant
- The grant can only be spent on the activities outlined in the application form and for activities that benefit young people aged 10-19 who live in Stockton-on-Tees
- The organisation requesting the funding hold a UK bank account and that the bank account stated in the application is the organisation’s bank account
- The organisation has appropriate levels of indemnity and insurance
- The organisation has appropriate Health and Safety and Safeguarding polices
- You also agree to the administrators of the funding (Five Lamps) to hold your information and where relevant may share with other partners within the consortium
- You agree to complete a final project monitoring and evaluation, which details expenditure.
Closing date: Friday 9th November
Return application to email@example.com