Vodafone looking to Reach excluded youth
Foundation offering £5m to charities
The Vodafone UK Foundation has got five million quid burning a hole in its pocket, and is looking for consortia of charities that can help 16-25 year olds who might be excluded from society; presumably not by giving them mobile phones or broadband.
The funding programme is called Reach, and is open only to charities applying in groups, or at least pairs, in the hope that making them work together will help them work with those who need the help.
The full criteria, and application process, is explained on the Reach web site.®
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