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Youth Endowment Fund to be delivered by Social Investment Business and partners

Source By: Social Investment Business

The Youth Endowment Fund will put early intervention at the heart of efforts to tackle youth offending by helping programmes and community partnerships reach those at most risk - giving them the best possible support, as early as possible, and getting them set on a positive track and succeed.

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Children and Young People's Mental Health Workforce Strategy for London

Source By: Healthy London Partnership – Transforming London’s health and care together

We have co-designed a survey to obtain the views of children and young people aged 25 and under as well as created an alternative version targeted at parents and carers to seek their views on CYPMH workforce. If you have any participation groups that you can share it with that would be appreciated, and if you yourselves are aged 25 or under, or are a parent or carer, please fill in the survey!

CYP survey;    

Parent/carer survey;

National Lottery Community Fund - Funding Surgeries

Source By: Hackney CVS

National Lottery Community Fund will be holding monthly funding surgery’s at HCVS. Sessions will last up to 30 minutes and will need to be booked in advance via the CVS (information on booking found below).

Sessions will provide an opportunity to meet someone from National Lottery Community Fund in person to discuss your idea. Sessions will only be available for those looking to apply for a Reaching Communities grant and not Awards for All. Before making a booking please ensure you have read ‘what to prepare before a session’.


Reaching Communities offers flexible funding over £10,000 to organisations who want to take action on the issues that matter to people and communities.


If you are not familiar with Reaching Communities please read information provided on our website here to ensure you are eligible.

What to prepare before a session:


  • What you want to do and why
  • What difference you think your idea will make
  • How people and communities are involved with your project
  • The background to your organisation
  • The length of your project budget and how much funding you’ll need from us
  • How your idea fits in with other activities

Book your place here.

2027 programme

Source By: 2027

2027 is a 12-month salaried job and professional development programme for talented people from working-class backgrounds who have experience of frontline community work. The purpose of the programme is for them to develop in trusts and foundations and use their insight and lived experience to shape how these organisations make grants. 


Professional development is a key component of the 2027 programme. Participants are brought together regularly for facilitated learning on topics such as coaching, management and impact measurement that have practical application for their day job but also lay the groundwork for their career progression beyond the programme. 


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Help shape Mental Health Services in City & Hackney

Source By: The Advocacy Project

Mental Health Voice (a user involvement project) is talking to people about their views and experiences of the Wellbeing Network. We want to talk to people who:

•              Have accessed the network

•              Have not accessed the network but have experience of mental health difficulties.

The feedback will be used by London Borough of Hackney to help shape a future service supporting people with mental health difficulties.

The team can talk to people face to face, over the phone or as a group. Please let us know if it is an option for us to attend any existing meetings or groups to hear from people.


For more information or to get involved, please contact Bonnie Studd at or 020 3960 7910



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