Get ready for an experience like no other and join Grow Wilds mission to empower young people aged 14-25 to develop a creative idea into a project that helps raise awareness about UK native wildflowers and fungi! This could include transforming a space, holding an event or giving a performance. We’re looking for project ideas that will excite other people to get involved and make an impact in the community.
Successful projects will receive £500 to turn their idea into a reality. You can use photography, music, drama, dance, film, visual arts or more to celebrate UK native wild flowers and fungi in fun and inventive ways.
Visit growwilduk.com/creative for information on how to apply and for project inspiration.
Our Youth Project funding is part of a rolling programme, which means you can apply at any time. However, there are set points during the year when applications are reviewed.
A panel of young people from across the UK will meet at each point to decide which projects to fund.
To have your application assessed at the next panel meeting (Winter 2018), please apply by:
Midday on Friday 30 November
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