Online hub launches to share learning from National Lottery youth fund

18th September 2019

An online hub to help charities learn strategies for success in supporting young people has been launched by the National Lottery Community Fund.

The #iwill Fund Learning Hub has been created to share evidence and insights about activities supported through the #iwill Fund, which launched three years ago to promote volunteering, campaigning and fundraising among 10-to 20-year-olds.

Seven reports into the fund’s schemes have been published and the National Lottery has also made a ‘12-months of learning’ paper available.

The hub has been created by Dartington Service Design Lab and supported by the Centre for Youth Impact, Renaisi and Generation Change.

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The hub is being made available from the Centre for Youth Impact’s website.

Jenny North, Director of Dartington Service Design Lab, said: “The #iwill Fund is a brilliant opportunity to broaden and deepen our understanding about what youth social action is, what it can achieve, and how it can be best supported and delivered.

“We’re delighted to be leading the #iwill Fund Learning Hub’s work in shaping this, alongside our consortium partners. Like the #iwill Fund itself, the Learning Hub is a truly collaborative effort.”