Community Space Challenge is funded by:
The Big Lottery Fund rolls out close to £2 million in Lottery good cause money every 24 hours which together with other Lottery distributors means that across the UK most people aer within a few miles of a Lottery-funded project.
The Social Investment Business
The Social Investment Business manages the Social Action Fund on behalf of
the Cabinet Office. The Social Action Fund
aims to inspire organisations to
create new social action opportunities; encouraging people to give what they have, be it time, money, assets, knowledge or specific skills.
Community Space Challenge is managed by:
Catch22 manages the Community Space Challenge programme in seventy communities across England. Catch22 is a local charity with a national reach. They work with young people who find themselves in difficult situations. Catch22 believes every young person deserves the chance to get on in life - no matter what.
Community Space Challenge is supported by:
Keep Britain Tidy are the independent charity behind the the Blue Flag awards for clean beaches, the Quality Coast Awards and Eco-Schools. They are running training sessions for the young people involved to help them work out the best ways to make their neighbourhood cleaner and greener.
The Prince's Trust help change the lives of young people aged between 14 and 30 who have struggled at school, have been in care are long term unemployed or have been in trouble with the law.
They are providing practical support for young people to take what they have learnt within CSC and use it to get a job, take a training course, get into college or set up their own business.
The Youth Justice Board for England and Wales (YJB) is an executive non-departmental public body. It works to prevent offending and reoffending by children and young people under the age of 18, and to ensure that custody for them is safe, secure and addresses the causes of their offending behaviour.
The YJB are supporting Community Space Challenge with the benefit of their expertise in the youth justice field.