Money For Life Challenge

7th November 2014

The Money for Life Challenge is a chance for young people to learn new skills and gain financial experience.

The challenge is looking for the most innovative ways that your team can improve the money management skills of your friends, families and communities – and the reward could be £500 to bring your project to life!

The Money for Life Challenge is a national competition which provides grants for 16 to 24 year olds to run a project to improve money management skills in their communities. The most inspiring and impactful projects progress to the National Finals and the UK Grand Final, with great prizes on offer.

16 to 24 year olds, in a further education, training or community organisation, can set up a team and apply for one of 300 grants to run a money management project in the local community. The Money for Life Challenge has been created by Lloyds Bank in consultation with further education and community partners: CollegesWales, National Skills Academy for Financial Services, The Wise Group, Youth Cymru, UK Youth, NOW and Young Scot.

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