As part of the Government's Serious Violence Strategy, the Home Office has set up the Early Intervention Youth Fund to support communities tackle violent crime through early intervention and prevention programmes with young people. Submissions are invited from Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs), working in partnership with Community Safety Partnerships, or similar local partnerships, in England and Wales. Bidders should note that a Home Office condition of any grant funding will be that recipients are not permitted to charge, apply fees to or require payment for any activity provided in connection with this funded programme or otherwise use the grant to undertake or engage in activities that result in commercial gain or profit. All bids must be for maximum of two years only, and bidders must be able to demonstrate how the expenditure will fall across the two years and their ability to spend their entire potential award by 31 March 2020. Please be aware that you may bid for up to £700,000 across the two years 2018-19 and 2019-20 (up to £350,000 each financial year). All proposals will be evaluated using the online questionnaire hosted within the EIYF event on the Crown Commercial Services (CCS) eSourcing portal: all submissions must be made through this portal. Successful organisations will be allocated funding centrally via a Grant Agreement from the Home Office. To take part in this grant funding opportunity, please see the 'how to apply' guidance below which provides important instructions for registration on the portal, then gaining access to this opportunity. Traditional email or hard copy final submissions or proposals will not be accepted.
2 Marsham Street
Contract value: 22000000
Published: 24 Sep 2018, Receipt by: 28 Sep 2018
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