Mediabox - Grants of up to £5,000 for youth-led media projects
Posted September 22nd, 2009 by francess
Do you want to deliver a youth-led media project?
Mediabox, the fund that offers disadvantaged 13 - 19 year olds the
opportunity to create their own media projects, has launched Mini Mediabox
- a new strand specifically designed to support grassroots and community
Mini Mediabox is an entry-level grant with a quick and easy application
process, giving smaller organisations (those with a turnover of less than
£100,000) access to grants of up to £5,000 for youth-led media projects.
The grant team at Mediabox will be on hand to offer application support
"Mediabox has given me so much and asked for so little. It let me do
something that I always wanted, all in the bid to broaden my horizons and
hopefully broaden my career prospects in the process. By taking part in a
Mediabox project I have learnt so many new skills and developed my
confidence. I will see the effects of it my whole life." Andrew, aged 19.
For examples of projects funded by Mediabox in the past, alongside full
Mini Mediabox guidelines visit our website: www.media-box.
For information on all the Mediabox funds on offer check out our funding
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