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:
Billingham, Port Clarence
Stockton Town centre, Mandale and Victoria, Village, Stainsby Hill
Bishopsgarth & Elm Tree, Fairfield, Grangefield, Parkfield & Oxbridge, Hartburn, Western Parishes, Northern Parishes
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.