PCC launches Covid-19 Fund to provide support for young people during the outbreak
The Covid-19 Fund is now closed to applications. For more details on how the funds were distributed please see below.
Bedfordshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Kathryn Holloway, has launched a collection of online activities for young people during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Commissioner Holloway launched the application process in April asking for applicants to submit their ideas and demo videos. Any funds allocated to organisations or charities will have to be spent between May and September 2020 and need to comply with the Government’s Covid-19 measures around social distancing.
The James Campbell Collective is aimed at 10 to 25-year-olds and can be accessed on YouTube and Instagram, Monday to Friday, which will include fitness sessions from James Campbell, Luton Town Football Club training sessions, Boxing, cookery and chess classes.
The following organisations/ people have received funding to produce content for the James Campbell Collective:
· Att10tive – Chess & Mindfulness
· Boxing Saves Lives
· James Campbell
· Luton Town Football Club Community Trust
· One YMCA - Dance
· Reactiv8 – Cookery.