Our mission is to help young people across the UK to develop and achieve through the Army Cadets.
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Through charitable grant giving: Support young people the UK to develop their physical, mental and social skills by accessing the Army Cadet Force (ACF); Support ACF volunteers to develop their youth leadership and training abilities by awarding bursaries enabling them to enrol on Institute of Leadership and Management courses.
(See https://acctuk.org/who-we-are/what-we-do/) Promote the ACF by speaking positively about its impact.
(The ACF is a large national youth organisation sponsored by the Army which delivers a wide range of youth development activities to young people over 12 (and in year eight at school) and under 18, with training delivered by adult volunteers. See https://armycadets.com/ . Note that ACCT UK is a charity that sits outside the military chain of command and has no executive role at all in running the ACF, but has been dedicated to supporting the ACF since 1930 and is recognised by the chain of command as a key supporting partner.)