Funding Opportunities for Districts & Groups
Districts and Groups generally have two sources of funding, local fundraising and grants.
Local fundraising may include:
Free leader training
for Woodcraft Folk leaders, parents and helpers
Learn practical, hands-on activities for children and young people!
We advise all our groups to open Co-op bank accounts. To open an account you can either go to your local Co-operative bank or download a 'Community Directplus' bank application form for their website.
A weekend training residential for new leaders, or those wanting a chance to brush up their skills.
From its beginnings in 1925 to today, Woodcraft Folk has always been dedicated to growing the confidence and social awareness of young people. Support from the Youth United Foundation’s Social Action Fund has enabled Woodcraft Folk’s most ambitious programme of growth for a generation, making 2015 not just a year for reflecting on the organisation’s past, but also looking forward to its future.
Woodcraft training is free for members, and a great chance to take a step back from group sessions, and to share ideas and
All details and how to book available here on the span that world website.
London Region Woodcraft Folk AGM 2016
Can every district please send at least one, preferably two or more delegates. As well as established leaders, we alos want new leaders and Venturers and DFs to attend. There will be a crèche, but booking is essential,at least a week beforehand.
Drinks, biscuits and cake will be provided. Please bring a packed lunch. This is different to recent years in order to preserve London Region’s funds as our income from the Coop has dried up,