National Deaf Children’s Society: Make a Change Fund

The Make a Change Fund helps deaf young people bring to life their ideas so they can make a positive change for themselves and other deaf young people.

*Deaf young people aged 8 to 25 can apply for funds to create a project. There must be a minimum of two young people involved in the project and a youth worker or organisation must be involved to support and manage the funds. Projects could be to improve the local area, address issues faced by deaf young people or push for greater inclusion.

Up to £1000. Young people*

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This fund is for individuals, but they have to work with a d/Deaf organisation to qualify so any local d/Deaf groups can make their young beneficiaries aware of this fund.

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