Grants are available to support schools and registered charities that wish to undertake educational projects with children and young people under the age of 25 in marginalised communities. The British & Foreign Schools Society (BFSS) normally makes grants totalling about £900,000 in any one year.
Working to support the mental health needs of young people from an African, Caribbean or Black dual heritage.
A Black Country Support After Suicide Service was launched in June 2022.
Not-for-profit youth organisations that support young people, aged 14 to 25, facing disadvantage can apply for grants of up to £150,000 spread over three years through the Paul Hamlyn Foundation Funding to Support Youth Organisations.
The Tree Council has announced that it will re-open its Branching Out Fund in July.
Grants are available for UK primary schools interested in opening free breakfast clubs. The Greggs Foundation will provide an initial start-up grant for equipment such as chest freezers to store food items or toys and activities for the club.