Listen to an interview with the Chair of the Richmond Youth Council on the Richmond Climate Change Youth Fund
11 May 2021
Young people aged 11-19 who live or go to school in Richmond upon Thames can apply for funding of up to £1,500 from the Youth Council’s Richmond Climate Change Youth Fund, which is supported by Achieving for Children (AfC) and Richmond Council.
Listen to Lydia Roebuck, Chair of the Richmond Youth Council, who was recently interviewed on Riverside Radio about the Richmond Climate Change Youth Fund.
Listen to the interview
The Richmond Climate Change Fund is funding for young people aged 11-19 to apply for to develop their projects ideas that tackle the issue of climate change.
If you know a young person with an idea for a project to help tackle the issue of climate change please let them know that they can now apply for the Climate Change Youth Fund. But hurry, applications for the Climate Youth Fund close on Monday 31 May 2021.
Find out more about the Climate Youth Fund.
Community news on behalf of Achieving for Children
Up to: May 2021
Updated: 11 May 2021