Run a project/activity that supports young people's mental wellbeing?
Public Mental Health Children and Young People's funding scheme
The Suffolk Public Mental Health programme is seeking applications for funding for projects that support one of the following three priorities within Suffolk:
1. Anti-bullying - Projects and activities that will tackle bullying and help children and young people to be safe, happy, and their true selves.
2. Local accessible support and social interaction - Projects and activities that encourage social interactions with peers, and/or parents and carers.
3. Detached youth work - projects that deliver informal and social education without the use of a building or activity and take place where young people "are at" both geographically and developmentally.
Projects must also align with the 12 Public Mental Health programme principles.
The application form is now available for the Public Mental Health Children and Young People funding scheme. The deadline for submissions is 5pm on Wednesday 24th August, 2022.
For further information, and a copy of the application form, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org