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Bright New Futures

Building the emotional resilience of young parents and young disabled people so that they can manage key transitions in their lives
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Area:
Wales
Funding size:
£200,000 - £1 million
Application deadline:
This programme is now closed

Mother with her 2 young children

This programme is now closed for applications.

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Under our Bright New Futures programme, we made £12 million available for projects across Wales, working with young parents and/or young disabled people aged 14-25.

The programme funded between £200,000 and £1 million for projects running between three and five years that sought to achieve the following outcomes:

  • Young parents and/or young disabled people are less isolated and have increased wellbeing through improved social networks and stronger relationships
  • Better services are delivered which are joined up and are tailored to meet the individual needs of young parents and/or young disabled people
  • Young parents and/or young disabled people have increased confidence and skills to successfully manage transitions and lead full and active lives
  • Learning from the programme is used to inform future policy, practice and services for young people in transition.
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