The Surrey Young People’s Fund Report

25th September 2017

Established in October 2014, The Surrey Young People’s Fund supports disadvantaged young people in Surrey to gain access to training and employment.

The Fund was formed with four initial donations of £5,000 each and has since supported over 150 young people, awarding a total of over £30,000.

This report shows how our grants have helped determined young people improve their prospects, highlights case studies and features events held to raise the profile of this Fund.

Download The Surrey Young People’s Fund Report here.

You can find out more about this Fund and how to make a Fund enquiry on our Surrey Young People’s webpage.

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