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Posted October 15, 2019
2020 London Impact Awards - Nominations are Open
The London Community Foundation has partnered with the Citi Foundation to deliver the 2020 London Impact Awards: Powering Youth. The aim of these awards is to highlight the positive impact of charitable organisations, groups and individuals that are working to tackle youth violence across the city and to provide a positive future for children and young people who are at risk of violence. Read more...

Posted October 10, 2019
LDN Filmmakers - Applications are Open
City Hall has partnered with Digital Cinema Media (DCM) to launch LDN Filmmakers - providing young people with a platform to tell their story on the big screen. Do you know a young person who'd be interested? If so, nominate them now by completing the online application form. The closing date for applications is Monday, 14 October at 9am. Read more...

Posted October 10, 2019
Digital Careers Event on October 21
Future x Skills - Mayor of London's Digital Careers Event will be taking place on Monday, October 21, 2019 from 10:30 am to 3 pm at the Barbican Centre in London. Though open to all Londoners, the Mayor of London wants to ensure that under-represented Londoners aged 16-24 years old have access to digital training, opportunities and rewarding tech careers. Register as soon as possible, as spaces are limited. Lunch and refreshments will be provided. Read more...

Posted October 09, 2019
Young Camden Foundation is delighted to announce two new funding opportunities for all organisations working with Children and Young people in Camden:
Pathways Funding- now OPEN for Expressions of Interest!
YCF's Pathways Fund will fund projects co-designed by local partners with input from local children and young people. Projects must encourage young people to participate in services and activities as an alternative to any possible involvement in crime. To find out more see here.

Supplementary Schools Network Fund (SSNF) – now OPEN for applications!
YCF's invites new applications from supplementary schools to provide children and young people core thematic learning. To find out more see here.
Contact us: grants@youngcamdenfoundation.org.uk

Posted October 8, 2019
Free Workshops for Supplementary Schools in Camden
Community Partnership Advisory Service (CPAS) will be delivering the free workshops for supplementary schools in Camden. Funded by the London Borough of Camden, the service aims to support, train and reinforce good practice in Child Protection and Safeguarding culture among BME organisations, community and faith groups, volunteers and supplementary schools. Read More...

Posted October 5, 2019
12-Week Trustee Training Programme for Young Women
Beyond Suffrage is accepting applications for a new trustee training programme that has been developed to increase the number of women from ethnic minority backgrounds, serving at board level in the charity sector. Read More...

Posted October 1, 2019
London Sport Launches New Urban Sport Project
London Sport have launched a new initiative- Urban Sport project- to get more young (u25) Londoners physically active in urban spaces. Read More...

Posted: September 17, 2019
Camden Active Networking Event on 26/9/19
The next Camden Active Networking event will be held on Thursday, September 26, 2019. This is an opportunity for the community to learn, be inspired by and network with everyone who delivers sport and physical activity in the London Borough of Camden. Read More...

Posted: September 16, 2019
Camden Council's Youth Work Funding Opportunity
Camden Council is now accepting applications for the Camden Youth Work Grant. Check out the application form for details. The focus of this funding is for work with ages 13–19 in Camden and up to age 25, if working with young people with learning difficulties or disabilities. Read More...