ILF #TrySomethingNew campaign launched

Young woman in sports wheelchair with basketball court in background holds green sign whiich reads 'Try something new'

ILF Scotland has recently launched a new campaign to encourage young people living with a physical or mental impairment to apply for funding and #TrySomethingNew.

The Transition Fund aims to encourage young people who need support to try new activities and experiences that will enhance their participation and social interaction with their communities, their independence and confidence. A new case study video has been launched which highlights the positive impact the fund has had for young sportsperson, Gemma Lumsdaine, watch this here.

The #TrySomethingNew campaign hopes to inspire and encourage more young people across Scotland to apply by showcasing the breadth of activities the fund can support.

Applicants can apply for grants of up to £7,500 each, which can be used to fund activities and experiences that will improve their transition into young adulthood, such as driving lessons, sporting equipment and joining a class or club.

If you would like to find out more or download an application visit the ILF website. 

Self Directed Support Scotland

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