WELCOME TO YOUNG K&C

WHAT WE DO OUR GRANTS

Young K&C is a dynamic cross-sector partnership, creating a community of member and partner organisations working together to support children and young people in Kensington & Chelsea.


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OUR VISION

To create a thriving voluntary and community sector, where all children and young people in Kensington and Chelsea can access outstanding opportunities.

We do this by bringing voluntary, community and public sector organisations together with businesses and local partners to create opportunities for children and young people and to maximise the rich assets of our borough.


Our work in numbers

100+
Member organisations
10,332
Young people reached
70
Organisations funded
£1,500,000
Funding distributed


We are Young K&C

The release of this film marks Young K&C's 4th birthday as a celebration of the work we've achieved together with the local voluntary sector over the last few years. It has been a pleasure to work closely with inspiring youth and play workers throughout the borough by providing training, guidance, funding and partnership opportunities.

Over the next 4 years, we hope to continue growing our network of member and partner organisations to create a more collaborative and dynamic youth sector.



LATEST UPDATES

Words of Wisdom from K&C's Youth Workers

22/05/2024

In the run-up to the Young K&C Achievement Awards tomorrow and the launch of a new Media Trust video about our work, we asked K&C's youth and play workers for their words of wisdom on the importance of being a solid and supportive presence in young people’s lives.

DEADLINE EXTENDED: Wellness from Within

03/05/2024

The deadline for the Wellness from Within grant has been extended to 3 July and an online Meet the Funder session will take place on 14 May for further information about the grant.

Wellness from Within Grant - Now Open

15/03/2024

Young K&C is pleased to be working with Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust on this grant programme for voluntary sector organisations to reduce the risks of disordered eating for young people aged between 14 and 25.