The deadline is fast approaching to apply for grants to fund projects for young people in the borough.
The Hounslow community youth fund provides up to £2,500 to set up projects to help youngsters develop their confidence, knowledge and skills.
This year's priorities for the fund are mental health and emotional wellbeing, sex and relationships education and employment and training opportunities in Hounslow.
Programmes should help deliver key priorities including keeping safe, brighter futures for children and help and support when you need it, among others.
Councillor Sue Sampson, cabinet member for communities and economic development, said: “The community youth fund is a great opportunity for young people to develop their skills while also helping their local community.
"As a council, we’re working to help our young residents to achieve success, and the projects developed through this funding not only directly help young people by providing new services, but also build the capacity of the voluntary sector to support them."
Last year, successful applicants included Hogarth Community Trust where young people took part in bike maintenance training and volunteering with Hounslow PHAB, Punjabi Theatre Academy and The Voice Youth Project, who developed their business and organisational skills while volunteering with the homeless.
The application form and guidance is available here.
Deadline for this round of funding is Friday May 22 at 5pm.