Apply for the Youth Cultural Life Fund 2020

Aged 14-21 and want to make a positive change in your community?

Apply for the Youth Cultural Life Fund 2020

What is the Youth Cultural Life Fund?
The Youth Cultural Life Fund invites you to think of a creative idea that tackles some of the challenges we are facing now, in our lives and in our communities. How you approach a creative solution is completely up to you, but the idea must set out to bring about a change, a change in your lives and/or the lives of others. 

The Youth Cultural Life Fund will:

  • Award 70 bursaries to young people between now and March 2021 
  • Award bursaries of up to £250.00 for young people 14-17 
  • Award bursaries of up to £500.00 for young people 18-21 
  • Give young people the opportunity to reflect on Covid-19 and apply their creative skills to make positive change in their community 
  • Offer support from The Mighty Creatives’ ‘Creative Coaches’ to help develop their response

Who can apply for a bursary?

You can apply for one of the bursaries if you are aged between 14 and 21 years old and living in the East Midlands. This includes the following locations: 

  • Leicester/Leicestershire 
  • Nottingham/Nottinghamshire
  • Derby/Derbyshire 
  • Lincolnshire 
  • Northamptonshire 
  • Rutland 
  • Living in communities that are particularly isolated by the crisis.

The Youth Cultural Fund also encourage expressions of interests from adults on behalf of a young person who may be vulnerable, has additional needs or who cannot access the online form themselves.  

How do I apply?

You can submit an expression of interest on the Mighty Creatives website. 

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