Making sure our grants make a difference to young people most in need
If you work with young people, families or in the community and want to make even more of an impact, becoming an MKF Ambassador could be for you.
We want to make sure that young people in Birmingham who are most in need of a grant get the support they need to start their journey into education, work or training. We want those young people to know about the Matt Kendall Foundation and feel supported to apply.
As a youth/community professional you probably come across these young people everyday; young people who have a plan or the enthusiasm to really make something of their lives, but who don’t have the money for the basics. With the situation of the pandemic, we know that now more than ever do we need to help young people who don’t have access to these things.
As a charity we’ll pay for a range of different activities, training, equipment and support – we just need people already working in the communities to know about us and help us reach people most in need.
Being an MKF Ambassador is about being aware of the grants available and identifying young people. It could really help you as part of your current professional or voluntary role in the community.
All we ask is that you: