We have a pot of funding just for helping young people in Broadland. Take a look at the type of funding we offer below and see if we fit your needs then get in touch with an application- we want to help young people engage in positive activites.
All grant applications are looked at by our young commissioners who make the decision to award the funding.
If you’re 11-19 (or up to 25 and have a disability), live or go to school in Broadland and in need of some extra funding to help with your education or training or to improve a hobby or skill, we could help you with one of our grants. In the past, the YAB has awarded grants for transport to/from training sessions, equipment for training such as steel capped boots or hairdressing sets and equipment to pursue sports at a higher level. Grants can be awarded up to the value of £300. If you’re not sure if we could help, we’d still like to hear from you. Just get in touch with information about what you’re looking for and we’re happy to give advice.
Grants for Youth Projects and Youth Organisations
We also have funding available for youth projects and youth organisations in Broadland. If you’re looking at putting a project together which will help local young people, we would like to hear from you. Previous grants have been awarded for one-off events such as a fair raising awareness of mental wellbeing and a local music festival which is run by local young people. Grants have also been awarded for longer term projects such as the building of a small garden space or setting up a new youth club. Grants can be awarded up to £700. If your grant application is successful, we ask that you include the YAB logo on any publicity around your project. We may also ask to use you as a case study to encourage others to apply for a grant.
Apply for a Small Grant
To apply for a small grant visit the Norfolk Community Foundation page.