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Yorkshire Clubs for Young people is the County Association of Clubs for Young People, one of the Voluntary Organisations for Youth incorporated by Royal Charter, and was first formed in 1933.
It links together by voluntary affiliation, around 50 clubs in the county with a membership in excess of 3,000 young people and is steadily increasing in Membership and enlarging the field of its activities.
It Promotes County Competitions in Cross Country, Athletics, Arts, Crafts, Boxing and Drama and encourages participation and involvement, as well as assisting Clubs for Young people in promoting its National Championships.
It is constantly doing its utmost to assist in the great work of helping young people to grow up to be positive, intelligent and productive members of the adult community of tomorrow.
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Everyone (or almost everyone!) knows that money doesn't grow on trees and has to come from somewhere. Grants can be fantastic as they often provide large sums of money that otherwise you just wouldn't be able to find. However, there are drawbacks. Grants often require filling in a lengthy form then if you do receive the money there is often monitoring forms to be completed and usually there are strict criteria about what you can spend the money on. If you only need small amounts of money why not try raising it yourself? You can arrange when to raise the money and what you spend it on. It can also help to engage all the members of your club and raise awareness in the local community. You could hold a one off event, make an annual event or have a fundraising month with lots of things going on. Below are a few ideas of how to do your own fundraising.
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