Humberside Youth Association Grant Fund accepting applications for Round 2

Are you 18 to 24? Are you part of a group who work with, or support young people aged 13 to 24? Do you have an activity that could develop young peoples’ physical, mental or spiritual capacities?

Humberside Youth Association is seeking applications from individuals, groups or organisations that promote activity for the benefit of young people living in North East Lincolnshire. Activity that in particular helps educate them through leisure time activities (but not exclusively so) to develop their physical, mental and spiritual capacities so that they may grow as mature individuals.

Successful Round 1 Applicants received funding to support things such as camping equipment, equipment to establish a community fitness facility, a graffiti art project, gymnastic equipment that will support young homeless people and a table cricket leader’s course.

Whilst all applications will be considered, the Humberside Youth Association are particularly keen to fund innovative, non-traditional activities that engage those young people that don’t normally get involved with traditional youth groups and sports clubs.

As stated all applications are welcomed, but as there is always strong competition for limited funds, those applicants that can show longer term impact rather than short term benefit are more likely to be successful.

How much?

Groups & Organisations                 Up to a maximum of £2,500
Individuals                                        Up to a maximum of £500


There are four application rounds with closing dates as follows:
Round 2: Friday 28th April 2017 12 pm (noon)
Round 3: Monday 31st July 2017 12 pm (noon)
Round 4: Tuesday 31st October 12 pm (noon)


Please apply by application form to:

Richard Wendel-Jones
by Email (if possible):

or post to:
Voluntary Action North East Lincolnshire,
The Willows, 23 Bargate, Grimsby, North East Lincolnshire, DN34 4SS

Closing date 28th April 2017

Follow the link below to download the application form, or email Richard Wendel-Jones at for further information.