£200 million, 10-year fund to prevent children becoming involved in violence invites you to shape their future

The Youth Endowment Fund has launched their call for people and organisations working to keep children safe from violence to help them set their priorities for the next three years.

Founded with an endowment from the Home Office, the charity will invest £200 million over 10 years to find the most effective ways to prevent children and young people from becoming involved in violence. They’ve launched their strategy to help them put it into action, they’re asking you to help decide the areas they should focus on from 2021-2023.

That charity wants to talk to anyone whose work involves keeping children and young people safe from involvement in violence. That includes people working in community and youth charities, local authorities, education, the police and health. They’re asking you to fill in a short form on their website to sign up to take part.

The Youth Endowment Fund will also be talking to children and young people who have experience of being involved in violence. Their views will also help the charity understand how they can make the most difference in the next three years.

This call is part of an ongoing commitment set out in the charity’s strategy to work with partners as they fund promising work, work out what really makes a difference to reducing violence and make sure this knowledge is put into practice in communities across England and Wales.  

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