As part of the ending gang and youth violence report the Home Office committed to provide an additional £400,000 per annum for three years to…
As part of the ending gang and youth violence report the Home Office committed to provide an additional £400,000 per annum for three years to improve services to support children and young people under 18 suffering sexual violence and exploitation, including from gangs.
Organisations were invited to bid for funding to recruit up to 13 new young people’s advocates who will provide direct and dedicated support to young people who are victims or at risk of sexual violence and exploitation.
The funding is open to all organisations that have experience of working with:
- young people
- victims of sexual violence and exploitation
- street gangs
The application form and guidance notes are below.
The deadline for applications was Monday 12 March 2012. You can contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Date: Thu Feb 09 16:27:01 GMT 2012
Fill in the form to apply for funding for a young people’s advocate post.
Read the guidance notes when filling out the application to apply for funding.