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  • UK Youth - Cost of Living Funding

    Created: 08/02/2023

    UK Youth and the Pears Foundation have launched a fund to support youth organisations through the cost of living crisis and aims to benefit thousands of young people across the country.

    The Fund aims to ensure that as many vital youth services as possible are able to keep the lights on and support young people in their local community. It will support youth organisations delivering high quality youth provision whose work is being hindered, curtailed or cut back due to rising core costs or a need to address unprecedented demand.

    Who can apply

    • Youth organisations with an annual income of no more than £500,000.
    • Organisations must have been in operation for at least 2 years.
    • At least 70% of beneficiaries must be aged 8 – 25 years old.

    How to apply 

    Apply online via the UK Youth application portal.

    When to apply

    Apply as soon as possible. The fund will close once all funds have been distributed.


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