Rewarding young people in Tyne & Wear for contributing to the community

  • Grant Range: Standard awards start at £500
  • Closing Date: 9am on 26 October 2018
  • Apply Offline

Community and voluntary groups

About the scheme

The Tyne & Wear High Sheriff's Award Scheme makes annual awards in recognition of groups in the community who encourage useful and beneficial pursuits for young people, supporting them to be upstanding citizens and deterred from criminal activities and/or to positively turn their lives around.

Who can apply?

Awards are made to voluntary and community groups and registered charities based and working in Tyne & Wear.  The project must focus its work with children and young people aged 10 to 25 years old.

The application should explain what the organisation does to steer young people away from crime and anti-social behaviour and should also demonstrate how the young people are encouraged to be good citizens, either by volunteering, fundraising or engaging positively in their club and community. It also recognises work to support young people overcome personal challenging lifestyles or turn their back on negative behaviour as a result of engaging with the group.

How to apply

Applications can be submitted between 1 September until 9am on 2 November 2017 only. Applications received outside of these dates cannot be considered.

Email: or phone: (0191) 222 0945 to request a form.

Please include a copy of your child protection policy, governing document, latest annual financial statement, and the groups bank statement with the completed application form. 

Successful applicants will be invited to an award ceremony in March 2019.

To make an application click the Apply Offline button above.


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