The Youth Fund Sport & Culture makes it possible for children and young people from families with little money to participate in football, music lessons, gymnastics, street dance, judo, theater lessons or another sporting or creative activity. They pay the contribution / tuition for these children and young people.
The Youth Fund Sport & Culture pays the contribution and/or supplies for children and young people from families where there is not enough money at home. This means that if the Youth Fund Sport & Culture pays you the Minded Motion contribution of €307.35.
If Jeugdsportfonds or Stichting Leergeld does not pay the full amount (this depends on your municipality and/or agency), you must pay the remaining amount yourself.
The Youth Fund is for children and young people who grow up in families with little money. The Youth Fund wants all children and young people to be able to join a sports club, or take dance, music, theater or art classes.
Do not register as a member at Minded Motion if you want to use Stichting Leergeld or Jeugdsportfonds, otherwise you will have to pay yourself until we have confirmation from the foundation. It is not possible to request a contribution through the foundation with retroactive effect, we will therefore not refund any contribution previously paid. Register via the website of the Youth Fund Sport & Culture.
As a parent / guardian you cannot submit an application to the Youth Fund Sport & Culture yourself. This can only be done by an intermediary, for example the teacher, someone from the social district team, debt counseling or youth care. He or she knows the rules of the game and knows whether your child qualifies. If the application is approved, your child can often start exercising within three weeks. Do you want to submit an application? Download the parent card, fill it in and take it with you to the appointment with the intermediary.
There is always a Youth Fund Sport & Culture nearby. You will find the contact details of all funds on the website of the Youth Fund Sport & Culture.
Want to know more about the working method of the Youth Fund Sport & Culture? Read further here.
Learning money focuses on preventing the social exclusion of children from families with minimal financial means, by allowing these children to participate again in curricular and extracurricular activities. Leergeld offers children between the ages of 4 and 18 opportunities to participate in curricular and extracurricular activities.
Are our freerun classes too expensive? Then submit an application to Stichting Leergeld, they can in many cases reimburse the full contribution for you. The only costs that you still have to pay yourself are the one-off registration costs.
Submit an application to Stichting Leergeld? You can do that here.