Youth charity given £20,000 fund

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Youth charity given £20,000 fund

Twenty organisations working to tackle youth violence in the capital have each been given grants of up to 20,000 pounds as part of a wider campaign by the Evening Standard.

Those to get money from the Saving Lives fund provide a number of services, and work directly with those affected.

The Southwark based charity Youth Futures is among the recipients. It was founded by Joseph Duncan in 2012, he spoke to London Live with Blair Adderley, one of the Youth leaders.

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