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  • The Triangle Trust's Young Offender Grants

    Created: 15/09/2021

    The Triangle Trust's Young Offender Grants will support projects that help young offenders (up to the age of 25) find meaningful and secure employment.

    Funding can only be used to work with young offenders even if your organisation works with vulnerable young people more broadly. They will prioritise proposals that exclusively target:

    • Young offenders from Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities,
    • Young women, and
    • Young offenders who have been looked after

    Who can apply?

    All organisations must be working in the UK with a UK office and have an annual income of less than £1 million to be eligible to apply.

    How to apply?

    Two-stage application process. To start, complete the online application via the funder's website.

    When to apply?

    There is only one round per year. The 2021 round opened on 13 September 2021 and the deadline is 12 noon on 26 October 2021.

    Grants are awarded approximately five months after the closing date (although they will let applicants who aren’t shortlisted know the outcome of their application before this)

     




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