Youth and Community Grant Application

Applicant details

If you are completing this application on behalf of a partnership please ensure that your answers cover all the organisations, not just your own.

Are you applying as a single applicant or a partnership organisation?


Only Liverpool-based Voluntary, Charity, Faith or Social Enterprise organisations and partnerships are eligible to apply for this grant. Tick to confirm you are a Liverpool-based VCFSE organisation or partnership

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Does your organisation or partnership deliver at least some educational (especially youth work) and/ or recreational leisure-time (i.e. outside of school hours) activities and facilities which are for the improvement of the well-being of young people aged 8 to 19 and those with learning difficulties or disabilities aged 20 to 24?


Partner organisation details
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Only Liverpool-based Voluntary, Charity, Faith or Social Enterprise organisations and partnerships are eligible to apply for this grant. Tick to confirm you are a Liverpool-based VCFSE organisation or partnership

What is your partner organisation’s postcode?
 

Use the Lookup Postcode button to find the address.

If you cannot find the address, please enter it manually

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Aims and objectives

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Tell us the aims and objectives of your organisation or partnership from the options below. Select all that apply.

Greener and cleaner neighbourhoods








Increase in children, young people and adults taking part in active travel Active travel means making journeys in physically active ways instead of using a car.







Improvement in children, young people, and adults’ physical health










Improvement in children, young people and adults’ mental health












Reduction in social isolation and loneliness experienced by children, young people and adults Loneliness is the distressing feeling of being alone or separated. Social isolation is the lack of social contacts and having few people to interact with regularly. You can live alone and not feel lonely or socially isolated, and you can feel lonely while being with other people.










Children, young people and adults feel safe










Improvement in children, young people and adults’ education and training






Increase in civic participation by children, young people and adults. Civic participation means taking part in decisions that affect yourself, voting, volunteering, accessing services.





Improvement in children, young people and adults financial wellbeing. and adults financial wellbeing. Financial wellbeing means feeling secure and in control of your finances, both now and in the future. It's knowing that you can pay the bills today, can deal with the unexpected, and are on track for a healthy financial future.











Children, young people and adults have access to justice Access to justice refers to the ability of individuals and groups to understand, assert, and protect their legal rights and interests, while navigating and utilising the legal system efficiently and fairly. It encompasses affordability, availability of legal advice and representation, and the presence of an unbiased judicial system. In essence, it ensures that everyone has an equal opportunity to seek legal remedies for their grievances and disputes, regardless of their socio-economic background or circumstances.








A modern, independent, sustainable VCFSE sector






Lived experience, Impact and Partnership Work

If you are completing this application on behalf of a partnership please ensure that your answers cover all the organisations, not just your own.

Lived experience is the knowledge and understanding you get when you have personally lived through something.

We believe that people with lived experience of an issue have valuable insight into the solutions to that issue.

Trustees, staff and volunteers with lived experience of their VCFSE organisation’s objectives can add insights and play an important role in shaping the work of the organisation.

Environmental sustainability is the responsible use of natural resources to ensure they will be around in the future. Examples include using renewable energy, recycling and reusing, cycling or walking instead of driving, composting, conserving water, planting trees.

We think that partnerships between organisations with common aims and objectives are beneficial because they can open the door to other funding, foster good relationships between organisations, and deliver better outcomes for residents.

We have implemented a new Neighbourhood Model to transform the way we deliver frontline services.

The new model divides the city into 13 Neighbourhoods. Each neighbourhood is led by a senior manager, who will identify the key issues facing their neighbourhood, and work with partners and departments across the Council to address them.

We believe that neighbourhood delivery will improve outcomes for residents, by bringing local stakeholders, including the voluntary sector, together to form teams around the neighbourhood.

Councillors conduct vital work as community leaders in their ward. They are often the only voice available to residents. It is vital that VCFSE organisations work with local councillors to deliver better outcomes for residents.

Beneficiaries

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Where do your organisation or partnership’s beneficiaries live?
































































Funding Request and Declaration

If you are completing this application on behalf of a partnership please ensure that your answers cover all the organisations, not just your own.

How much funding does each organisation in your partnership want per year?

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