Schools And Youth

Comic Relief works year-round to create fundraising materials and learning resources to inspire schools and young people to raise money at their schools and youth clubs.

We run two main campaigns, Red Nose Day and Sport Relief, which take place alternately each year.

The money we raise is used to fund projects that make a difference to people living incredibly tough lives, both here in the UK and across the world. Find out more about the projects we fund and access our learning resources below.

How our grants help

Time To Change

One in ten young people will experience mental health issues. Out of those, nine in ten will be discriminated against because of it. Funded by Comic Relief, the Department of Health and the Big Lottery Fund, Time to Change work with schools and young people to end mental health stigma.

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Boxing Academy

Funded with Comic Relief cash, the Boxing Academy uses the discipline and culture of boxing to reengage the most difficult-to-reach teenagers, helping them to understand the importance of further education and training.

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The Wish Centre

It is estimated that one in five teenagers in the UK self-harm. The Wish Centre supports young people using a combination of peer support programmes, counselling, youth projects, individual support plans and campaigning. The project helps young people overcome life’s difficulties without self-harming.

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