Community Force grants with NatWest and RBS
A number of projects from across The Prince's
Trust and the Fairbridge programme have been shortlisted for a
Community Force grant of up to £6,000 each.
It is crucial that these projects collect as many
of your votes as possible to secure these much needed funds, which
will help disadvantaged young people across the UK.
You can view and vote for our innovative
projects throughout England and Wales by visiting the
Force webpage. Scottish projects can be viewed
and voted for through the RBS Community Force
Each project has been devised to make a real difference to
the young people it works with, helping change their lives and
supporting the local community. From improving a family hostel in
Liverpool and running workshops to tackle social taboos in Bristol,
to replacing outdoor equipment essential to running programmes in
Kent, and simply offering programmes to more young people in
Southampton, these are just a few of the proposed activities which
would be of huge value to just some of the 50,000 young people The
Trust works with every year.
Please visit both webpages, where you can search for
Fairbridge and Prince's Trust to
bring up all ten of the plans and cast your votes.
You can vote up to three times but you can only vote once for
each project. Grants will then be awarded to the three most popular
projects in each region so your vote can really make a
Voting will remain open until 23rd October 2011, so
please do get as many people involved as you can. We thank you in
advance for the support.