Minister for civil society Nick Hurd yesterday released a breakdown of who is delivering National Citizen Service to 30,000 young people this summer.
The Challenge Network is delivering the scheme in most local authority areas compared to the other 28 providers announced by Hurd.
It is delivering National Citizen Service schemes in 51 of the 144 local authority areas which are running the government’s flagship youth volunteering initiative.
It was revealed in parliament last month that the Challenge Network, which was founded by Tory Peer and former Big Society adviser Nat Wei, would get £7m for delivering this scheme this year.
Catch22 is running it in 39 local authority areas, and the Football League Trust in 24.
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