Events for Mind Our Future
Mind Our Future will award £10 million of money raised by National Lottery players to strategic projects that will support young people to create a mentally healthy and resilient future.
We will fund organisations working in partnership to help young people’s mental health and resilience, with young people taking the lead in the design and delivery of the project.
Partnerships must include at least one voluntary or community organisation and at least one public sector organisation. Young people’s voices will be at the centre of their projects.
We are hosting five online events to give you an opportunity to help you understand what Mind Our Future is about. There will be opportunities to ask questions and network with other organisations.
Here are the list of events - click on them to be linked to the registration page (on a different website)
- 8 June: Introduction to Mind Our Future grant programme
- 23 June: Coproduction and the development phase
- 30 June: Putting young people in the lead - Session led by the Young People in the Lead Wales team.
- 2 July: Developing and working in partnerships
- 8 July: Summing up and recap session
You don’t have to attend every event and we will be providing as much information as possible on our website after each event.
Each event will have an opportunity for you to network with other organisations in breakout rooms. We encourage you to use this time to explore the possibility of developing new partnerships.
All materials will be available in Welsh and English. The introduction and presentations will be delivered in English, but you are more than welcome to ask any questions or make comments in Welsh. If you would prefer to join a Welsh-language breakout session, please let us know in your booking. We will do our best to facilitate this, however it is subject to the number of Welsh speakers attending the event. We welcome applications to Mind our Future in Welsh or English, and applications in either language will be treated equally.
For any queries, please contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. or by phone on 0300 123 0345.