The John Cracknell Youth Enterprise Bank

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The John Cracknell Youth Enterprise Bank

The Hull Youth Enterprise Partnership provides grants through the John Cracknell Youth Enterprise Bank to help young people, aged 13 to 21 years, to develop their ideas for the establishment of a new enterprise or community activity.

The Youth Enterprise Partnership’s vision is: 
To secure a positive and sustainable future for the City and its young people through decisive leadership, partnerships and the support of active and empowered young people.

The Youth Enterprise Partnership’s aims are to contribute to the following:

  • Community Strategy aims to improve the quality of Hull’s business infrastructure by being involved in establishing clear development/investment frameworks for the City Centre and waterfront areas so young people can benefit.
  • To enhance the competitiveness of Hull’s businesses run by young people.
  • To rebuild Hull’s young entrepreneurial culture.

To be eligible, applicants must be a young person or a group of young people aged 13 to 21 years and living in Hull, East Riding and the towns of Malton, Ryedale, Pickering and Scarborough.

Grants of up to £1,000 are available although in exceptional circumstances grants above this figure may be provided. The Youth Enterprise Bank (YEB) also offers practical help with developing business idea.

Applications for assistance can be made at any time

For more information go to the Youth Enterprise Partnership website