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Youth Ministry in Communion is funded and supported by its member parishes, the Church of England and Benefact Trust. We are also proud to work with the Diocese of London, especially the Children & Youth Team.

Member Parishes


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Benefact Trust

Benefact Trust is one of the UK’s largest grant-making charities. The Trust’s grants further its charitable objectives of promoting the Christian faith and other charitable causes. Its funds are largely derived from ownership of the Benefact Group - a specialist financial services organisation. Since its foundation in 1972, The Trust has awarded over £235m in grants. Applications are welcomed from all parts of the UK and Ireland, particularly from areas of social and economic deprivation. Benefact Trust funds projects that tackle homelessness, poverty and social exclusion. The repair, restoration and wider community use of churches and cathedrals of all denominations is also supported. Follow Benefact Trust on Facebook and Twitter or visit our website: for more information.

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The Church of England

The Church Commissioners have provided significant funding to support Youth Ministry in Communion through its new Innovation Funding programme.

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The Bishop of London's Mission Fund

The BLMF supports Children and Youth based missional projects in the Diocese of London that reach young people not normally touched by church life.

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