Youth projects grants available
The High Sheriff Youth Awards Scheme gives grants to projects for young people in Surrey - with the aim of helping young people make Surrey safer.
They are particularly keen to support a project where young people, normally between the ages of 9 and 18, are actively involved in planning and running it.
The High Sheriff Youth Awards makes grants for any amount from £100 up to £2,000, and some larger grants of up to £5,000.You can apply for funding for a new or existing project or initiative. Applications are welcome at any time and are considered by a panel which meets quarterly.
See www.surreyhighsheriff.org for funding guidance and to apply
The High Sheriff Youth Award (HSYA) was established in 1993 as a registered charity with the aim of making a difference to the lives of young people within the County. Over the years awards have been made to a huge variety on projects, all in their own way have helped young people make Surrey safer. HSYA receives donations from a number of sponsors within Surrey, including all the Boroughs and Districts, the County Council, the Police and Crime Commissioner, charities and individuals.