Got an idea for a project? Think Big and you could get funding from O2

O2 Think Big Project, YEUK
O2 Think Big Project
O2 Think Big funding

O2 are offering young people (aged between 13-25) £300 to support projects that help support their community. If you need money, support or training to help you launch an idea or programme this could be the boost you need. The project must use technology to benefit where you live! If you have a big idea, 02 will provide £300 to help support it! What is not to love? Why not use this to bring Youth Employment UK to your region?

 

 

What do you need?

Other than a great idea at the ready you will need to complete an application form on the O2 website http://www.o2thinkbig.co.uk/start-a-project/project-application and give Youth Employment UK as the reference partner you are working with. Don’t forget to read the do’s and dont’s before applying.

Funding will be open to Youth Employment UK Young Professionals and Youth Employment UK Ambassadors – to find out more on signing up to visit our Young Professional page or get in touch info@youthemployment.org.uk.

Next steps:

We have given some more information on the project and some ideas on how you might get involved on your dashboard.

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