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The Prudence Trust “What’s Working for Young People’s Mental Health?” grant programme

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Grants of between £10,000 and £200,000 per year for a period of up to 2 years are available to UK charities and Community Interest Companies that are supporting young people’s mental health so that they can improve their understanding  of the impact their work is having.

Application deadline: Friday 8th March 2024 at 4pm for submission of Expressions of Interest (the Fund opens to applications on Monday 5th February 2024).
FunderThe Prudence Trust (founded 2019. Charity number 1187700. Total charitable expenditure for the year ended 31 December 2022: £8,054,055).
o Who can applyUK registered charities, UK exempt charities and Community Interest Companies (CICs) with an annual income of over £250,000.
o Key words: Young People aged 11-25, Evaluating Impact, Improving Services, Training/Upskilling, United Kingdom.

The Prudence Trust’s programme of grant-making is designed achieve one or more of the following:

o The advancement of mental health especially in the UK.
o The advancement of the arts especially in the UK.
o The relief of those in need because of youth, age, financial hardship or other disadvantage,
o Any other general purpose that the Trustee Directors think fit

The Trust’s “What’s Working for Young People’s Mental Health” programme, which has a budget of £1 million, is its second grant programme

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