The aim of the GwirVol Youth Volunteering Grants scheme is to support the delivery of a wide range of new volunteering opportunities in Wales and overseas that will support the step change in access to volunteering for young people aged 14-25 and especially for disadvantaged young people.
This is a chance for adults and children alike to take part in fun and interactive activities, learn something new and get involved in Science!
Carmarthenshire Local Safeguarding Children Board is looking for a committed 15-18 year old to Chair or Vice Chair our Junior LSCB and to help develop the Junior LSCB.
The event will be held at the Carmarthen Youth Project from 7-10pm, with an entry fee of £3.
Round 2 of the Youth Development Fund is now open – £10,000 is available to distribute to youth groups in Carmarthenshire.
The aim of the project is to provide the young people with appropriate coping strategies for everyday life.
The Youth Development Fund and GwirVol Youth Led Grants 2012/13 have re-opened, closing date 24/10/12.
Cindy Hunt (School Based Youth Worker, Ysgol Maes Yr Yrfa) has been shortlisted for the Guardian Public Servant of the Year Award 2012.
Carers Trust are providing grants of up to £2,500 to provide fun, social and structured activities that will tackle social exclusion and improve the self-esteem of young carers living in their local area.
Bridgend County Borough Council Regional Lead Team for the Pre- VENT 14-19 Project wishes to procure for a range of programme opportunities and activities for targeted young people aged 14-19 at risk of NEET or NEET, for Torfaen County Borough Council, Merthyr Tydfil, Blaenau Gwent and Caerphilly Pre-Vent 14-19 Project, who are part of the regional project, funded through European Structural Funding (ESF).