North Ayrshire youth groups are calling for funding for a mental health project

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North Ayrshire youth groups can apply for up to £10,000 to fund ideas that will improve children’s mental health, but applications are closing fast.

North Ayrshire Mental Health Commission is partnering with the National Lottery, Better Lives and Rewards for All, to donate between £300 and £10,000 to youth groups.

Applications for the North Ayrshire Young People’s Mental Health Budget (NAMHCPB) close on Sunday 16 October. The project aims to help, assist or improve the mental health of young people and comes from an established group.

Councilor Nairn Macdonald, project manager, said: “This funding will be transformational, as project manager for the Mental Health Commission I am very proud of the work our young people have done to get us to this stage and I call on all groups working with young people to apply for funding.

“Those who pass will go on to vote for all North Ayrshire youth in November.”

Groups should put NAMHCPB in front of their application so it can be identified.

Applications will take approximately 12 weeks to process and successful applicants will be notified by email and will receive funding within 14 days of notification.

To apply visit: www.tnlcommunityfund.org.uk/funding/programmes/national-lottery-awards-for-all-scotland

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