SSF are delighted to have secured funding through the Young Start fund, to support the delivery of an SSF health and wellbeing community programme.
Welcoming the funding, Project Lead, Jim Boyd, said: “SSF are delighted to r eceive the Young Start funding for the next two years. The investment means we can support children and young people to make positive changes in their physical, mental and emotional wellbeing while building better connections with their local community.”
Young Start is delivered by The National Lottery Community Fund and awards dormant bank and building society cash to projects led by and for young people, to help build their confidence and reach their potential.
We’re incredibly grateful to Young Start and are excited about the impact the project will have.
Read more about the fund’s announcement here