Funding for crime reduction and health organisations


The Home Office has published details of the recipients of the community action against crime: innovation fund, which is worth £10million over the next two years. Recipients include NCVYS members Catch22, St Giles Trust, The Boys Brigade, Somerset Rural Youth Project and the Safer London Foundation.

The Department of Health has published details of the recipients of the Voluntary Sector Partnership awards for 2012-13, with 74 charities to  get a share of more than £6.8 million. Recipients include NCVYS members The Princess Royal Trust (now Carers Trust), YouthNet and Platform 51.

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