Swans boosted by anonymous donation – as a new law has the funding stripped
Sixty-five per cent of funding for th바카라사이트e national youth service is now tied up in donations
A new law to strip funding for the national youth service has causedjarvees.com outrage and has raised hopes for reform.
Sixty-five per cent of funding for the national youth service, the National Youth Service Commission (YSC), is now tied up in donations.
The decision to cut funding to the youth service was triggered by an appeal from the Labour MP who made a speech demanding a review of how charities and public sector institutions funded the National Youth Service.
In November, Labour was instrumental in getting a review of how the national youth service operates, including looking at how the service had been funded over the years. The YSC and National Trust were both criticised for their approach to funding and their involvement in policy-making.
In April 2016, Labour MP Jess Phillips said on the House of Commons stage in Newcastle: ‘My constituent was told there would be funding cut down to £7 a week, and I think the YSC was very clear that £7 a week means about 40 people in the National Youth Service.’ She said this meant over 4,600 people in the Youth Service would be forced to ‘pay a significant fraction of their income in order to go on paying to provide services for the national youth service’.
A number of donations to the youth service by anonymous donors were raised by an anonymous donor to the Labour MP in a written letter to YSC Secretary, Stephen Wharton, demanding a review.
On the back of that letter, the YSC sent out a notice asking donors to give a «reasonable estimate» as to their donations.
In their letter, the YSC said they had received the ‘appointment’ form and asked donors to provide their details.
Labour MP Jess Phillips, standing beside her MP, Stephen Wharton, who was the Labour MP who launched the YSC appeal against cuts
In the letter, the YSC explained: ‘If you would like to make a contribution please fill it out as a reasonable estimate as to the amount you would like to make on your donation. If you would prefer this to be a voluntary donation then please ask your council, council estate or local community organization to prov우리카지노ide your details for you to complete.’
The YSC went on to ask those donating more than £500 to provide ‘all reasonable detail’.
While the YSC will remain independent of polic