Charities Aid Foundation release a report on UK Charitable Giving trends, including findings on giving by 16-24 year old.
The report states:
“certain causes capture the imagination of young people more than older people. Those aged 16-24 were more likely to support children or young people (32%) than those 65+ and this has increased from 23% in 2017 to overtake ‘physical and mental health charities’ and become the most popular cause amongst the 16-24 age group.”
Read more here: https://www.cafonline.org/docs/default-source/about-us-publications/caf-uk-giving-2019-report-an-overview-of-charitable-giving-in-the-uk.pdf?sfvrsn=d44c9b40_4
Defra release their 25 year environment plan progress report.
The report says:
“We are putting young people at the heart in partnership with Step Up To Serve by supporting the #iwill4nature campaign, which is seeking to encourage greater participation of young people from all backgrounds in environmental social action projects and ensure their voices are heard. As part of this we are exploring approaches to incorporate youth voice to the development of environment policy. With support from Pears Foundation and the #iwill Fund, and Step Up To Serve, a new Young People’s Forest is being established to engage young people with nature, and empower them to make lasting change for the environment and their community”
Read more here: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/25-year-environment-plan-progress-reports
Lead partner of #iwill Fund Learning Hub reveals top tips for funders investing in social action in education:
Watch Jenny North from Dartington below: