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Supporting projects that encourage young people experiencing severe disadvantage to keep away from anti-social behaviour and criminal activity, enabling them to fulfil their potential.

The William Wates Memorial Trust has grants available to registered charities and not-for-profit organisations for projects that help the most disadvantaged young people (aged 5 to 19 years) to fulfil their potential.

To be eligible, projects must: help the most disadvantaged young people keep away from a life of crime and violence; or support projects that engage young people through sport, art and education. Most grants are approximately £30,000 over three years.

Closing date: Tues 31st July

What is the WWMT?

The William Wates Memorial Trust exists to celebrate the life of William Wates who was tragically killed when travelling  in South America.

The Trust is a grants giving registered charity set up in 1998 with a mission to help the most disadvantaged young people keep away from a life of crime and violence, and fulfil their potential. This is mainly achieved by supporting charities that engage young people through the mediums of sports, arts and education.

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