Join the largest charity associated with a super league club
Huddersfield Giants Community Trust are seeking to appoint individuals to become new members of our Board of Trustees. We need people who are committed to understanding and developing the innovative ways in which the Trust supports more than 200,000 different young people a year, many with complex and multiple needs. We are a non-profit organisation delivering sports, education & NCS-based initiatives into the community. We are the largest official charity affiliated with a super league club. We are here to inspire, create opportunities, promote being active and as a whole building a community where everyone belongs.
The Board meets at least 6 times a year for an average 2.5 hours. There is also a need to read reports in advance of each meeting.
#iwill Fund for Young People in Kirklees – deadline 12th July
#iwill Fund is managed by One Community Foundation on behalf of the Department
for Culture, Media and Sport and the National
Lottery Community Fund. Local fundraising is also a key part of the
The #iwill Fund is an England wide joint investment that brings together £40 million in funding from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport and The National Lottery Community Fund, creating a central investment pot. The National Lottery Community Fund believes that when young people are leading social action, communities thrive.
The #iwill Fund in Kirklees will offer grants between £1,000 and £5,000 for projects and activities raising the level and quality of youth social action in an area. Activities must be for young people between the age of 10 and 20, and up to 25 years for disabled young people.
Social action involves activities such as campaigning, fundraising and volunteering and helping young people develop the skills and knowledge that employers looks for.
Example projects may include:
A drop in where young people teach others new skills such as
coding/bike maintenance/nail art
Bite-size events for young people to train an organisation’s
staff on the latest social media
Growing vegetables with a local allotment or food initiative
and then selling them
Youth volunteering projects where young people support local
residents needing help such as shopping, gardening and street cleaning
Funding deadline for applications is Friday 12 July.
Registration App Launched & First Activities Announced
Kirklees Youth Alliance is delighted to announce that it has secured it’s first big commission and funding, from Kirklees Council, to run a full programme of young people’s activities across Kirklees throughout the Summer Holidays.
The Healthy Holidays programme will include free fun activities, open to all children and young people, including sports and games, trips, arts and crafts run by a range of local organisations and community groups. And every activity will include a meal to make sure that no children go hungry in the summer break.
60 local providers, who are members of the new Kirklees Youth Alliance, have been recruited to put on 48 clubs, offering around 1100 places per day from 22nd July to 30th August. Each group has been vetted and had their policies and procedures checked, plus training has been provided for any organisations that needed an update in areas such as food hygiene, first aid or safeguarding.
Register Now on the Schools Out App
Parents can register their children now via a brand new app called KYA Schools Out, and will be able to book them on any of the activities in their local area from Monday 15th July.
See What’s On in Your Area
The first activities have been announced and you can see what’s on in your area via the lings below: