The support of forward-thinking funders is instrumental in enabling YouthNet to develop and build sustainable and effective services for young people.
We are grateful to all our funders, not only for the money they provide, but also for their enthusiasm and belief in what we do.
Major government, lottery, European and trust supporters include the Cabinet Office, The Big Lottery Fund, DAPHNE, Department of Health, J Paul Getty Jnr Charitable Trust, Comic Relief, The Esmee Fairbairn Foundation, The Dulverton Trust, Department for Work and Pensions, European Commission, Department of Health, Voluntary Sector Investment Programme, Department of Work & Pensions, Third Sector Investment Fund, National Youth Agency, Nesta, Office of Civil Society, Paul Hamlyn Foundation, The John Ellerman Foundation, London Arts and Health Forum, The Law Society Charity, Nominet Trust, The Wolfson Foundation, James Tudor Foundation, Evan Cornish Foundation, The WO Street Charitable Foundation, Lilley Benevolent Trust, The Coutts Charitable Trust, The City Bridge Trust and The Pears Foundation. This is through grant aid and also through contracts to either provide services directly to young people, or research projects.
YouthNet also works with a number of Corporate supporters, managing partnerships with companies including BAA, Barclays, Capital One and Oracle. Support from these companies is provided in a number of ways, from funding for specific projects through to general financial support and gifts-in-kind.
If you would like further information, contact us or call 020 7250 5700 and ask for any member of the Development Team.