Phase Six of the CashBack for Communities Fund Now Open for Applications
Funding is available for charities and voluntary organisations in Scotland for projects and activities for young people aged 10 to 25 who are at risk of being involved in antisocial behaviour, offending or re-offending or entering the justice system.
Grants starting from £150,000 are available for charities, community groups and voluntary organisations across Scotland to support young people most at risk of being involved in antisocial behaviour, offending or re-offending, or at risk of entering the justice system.
Phase Six of the CashBack for Communities Fund will support the Scottish Government’s vision of a ‘just, safe, and resilient Scotland’. Funding will support a range of trauma-informed and person-centred services and activities for young people between the ages of 10 and 25 that:
- Support young people most at risk of being involved in antisocial behaviour offending or reoffending towards or into positive destinations.
- Provide person-centred support for young people, parents and families impacted by Adverse Childhood Experiences and trauma.
- Support young people to improve their health, mental health, and wellbeing.
- Support people, families, and communities most affected by crime.
At least 80% of the funding must be spent on project activity revenue and reasonable support costs for delivery of the project, with up to 10% for capital costs and administrative or organisational costs to deliver and market the project respectively.
Funded activities must take place between 1 April 2023 and 31 March 2026.
The deadline for applications is 12 August 2022.
(This report was the subject of a GRANTfinder Newsflash.)