Young Londoners Fund awarded to Lambeth and Southwark organisations

In response to the announcement that organisations in Lambeth and Southwark have been awarded a share of the latest round of the Mayor’s £45 million Young Londoners Fund, local London Assembly Member, Florence Eshalomi AM, said:

“It is very positive to see organisations from Lambeth and Southwarkawarded this crucial funding, and they deserve huge congratulations for all of the crucial work they do in our community.

“It’s vital we properly invest in our young people, and that robust measures are put in place to prevent the most vulnerable in our society from becoming caught up in crime.

“City Hall is setting a good standard in this respect, and we now need the Government to follow London’s example. This means sticking to their pledge to abandon austerity and reversing their huge cuts to policing and youth services.”

ENDS

Notes to editors

-The following have all received a share of the latest round of the Mayor’s £45 million Young Londoner’s Fund;

  • Cambridge House and Talbot £140,391 to deliver Cambridge House Youth Empowerment Project in Southwark
  • Groundwork London £139,508 to deliver Safe&Sound in Southwark
  • Hyde Charitable Trust £150,000 to deliver HYPE in Lambeth
  • London Borough of Southwark £150,000 to deliver The Southwark and Lambeth school knife crime programme across both boroughs
  • Oasis Children’s Venture £149,390 to deliver Oasis Youth Empowerment in Lambeth
  • Oasis Hub Waterloo £149,217 to deliver Connected in Lambeth
  • Redthread Youth Ltd £150,000 to deliver the Well Centre in Lambeth
  • St Giles Trust in Southwark £149,250 to deliver Be Wise
  • The AHOY Centre £149,296 to deliver All Aboard in Soithwark, Greenwich and Lewisham
  • Synergy Theatre Project £150,000 to deliver Synergy Young People’s Programme in Southwark
  • Football Beyond Borders £139,766 to deliver The Positive Choice in Lambeth
  • Building Young Brixton Consortium £858,107 to deliver Building Young Brixton in Lambeth

-All of the organisations that have so far been awarded funding through the Young Londoners Fund, can be found here;

 Florence Eshalomi AM is the London Assembly for Lambeth and Southwark.