Grants are available to UK-based not-for-profit organisations with proposals that will help young people build a positive future, building the skills necessary to live with dignity and be able to access basic housing and create a happy home in which they feel safe and secure.
Comic Relief is working in partnership with The KFC Foundation to advance work under Comic Relief’s Safe Place to Be Pillar, recognising that early-intervention is key to ensuring young people can create a positive future where they can live with dignity and access not only basic housing, but the ability to create a happy home in which they feel safe and secure.
The Future Looking Good programme offers funding for projects that will deliver targeted services to one or more of the five priority groups and clearly demonstrate how they will help young people build the skills necessary to live with dignity and not only access basic housing but create a happy home in which they feel safe and secure:
The five priority groups are:
- Young people experiencing homelessness or insecure housing
- Young offenders, ex-offenders and those at risk of offending
- Care leavers
- Young carers
- Young parents – defined as young women and men who became or will become parents at 21 years old or younger