Grants to Keep Disadvantaged Young People Away from Anti-Social Behaviour (London & the South East)

The William Wates Memorial Trust exists to support projects that enable disadvantaged young people to fulfil their potential by using the mediums of sports, arts and education to keep them away from anti-social behaviour and criminal activity. The Trust typically awards grants of between £30,000 to £50,000 over three years to charities and not-for-profit organisations primarily in London and the South East for projects that continue to have impact and continue to support individuals aged 5 to 19 years long after projects come to an end. Applications from nationwide projects may also be considered. Provision of support for newly disadvantaged young people brought about by COVID 19 will now also be considered. The deadline for applications is the 1st January 2021. Click here