Inclusion and Numbers4Good offering support to potential bidders for the Youth Engagement Fund

15 July 2014

The Youth Engagement Fund aims to improve educational achievement and employability, to prevent young people aged 14-17 from becoming NEET. The fund seeks to reach 18,000 young people over 100 schools in the UK. The funding will be provided through social impact bonds (SIB), a payment by results approach using initial financial contributions from investors such as local stakeholders, schools or Local Authorities.

Inclusion and Numbers4Good bring an unparalleled combined expertise in the design, delivery and evaluation of employment programmes. They are offering support across theSIB development lifecycle, from supporting initial EOI preparations and submission, developing delivery partnerships, undertaking feasibility studies through to developing theSIB structure, securing investment and managing the SIB.

Initial expressions of interest are due on 10:00, 18th August 2014, full proposals due early October 2014 with contract awarded early 2015.

See here for a more detailed outline of how Inclusion and Numbers4Good can help you. To discuss further, please contact