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Cashback for Communities Small Grants Scheme

16th October 2013

Youth organisations from around Scotland are invited to apply for start-up grants of up to £1,000 and programme grants of up to £2,000. Local units or youth groups that meet the following criteria can apply:

  • led by volunteers,
  • have members which include young people aged 10 or over,
  • based in Scotland,
  • member of one of the six partner organisations.

You can find out more here

If you are a non-uniformed, independent youth organisation that is not a partner member but would still like to apply, contact Youth Scotland or Clubs for Young People Scotland.

Closing date: 1 December 2013, 1 March 2014

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