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Social action against youth violence

** ACTION POST ** Stephen Lawrence Day – 22nd April 

** ACTION POST ** Stephen Lawrence Day – 22nd April 

Stephen Lawrence day is held annually on 22nd April, marking 25 years since Stephen’s death.

How your community can get involved

The day provides an opportunity for schools, youth and community groups, charities and others to come together to deliver a range of positive activities including; school-based activities, programmes to encourage young people to reject the recent increases in serious violence, and activities ‘beyond the school gate’ to promote community integration for young people who are at risk of offending.

Download the Community Social Action Toolkit to find out how to start you can start your own project!

Small Grants Scheme

The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust are welcoming a limited number of applications from individual community organisations to deliver Social Action activities focusing on identified risk factors for Serious Crime and Violence.

Up to £400 is available for a day of activities. All activities will need to take place on or around 22nd April 2020.

Please submit your completed application and relevant supporting documents to Chelsea Way: Chelsea@stephenlawrence.org.uk, by Friday 13th March 2019

You can read more about the incredible impact we made in 2020.

The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust was founded by Baroness Lawrence in 1998 to support young people, in honour of Stephen whose life was cruelly cut short before he could live out his dreams.

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