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Youth boost from criminal cash

‘Behind each of these postcards is a wealth of positive stories’

A MID Argyll youth group attended the Scottish Parliament last week to launch a campaign aimed at promoting the work of the CashBack Youth Work Fund.

CashBack uses the proceeds of crime to invest in a safer, healthier and prosperous future for Scotland’s people. Since 2008, £92 million has been committed, which has delivered more than two million free, positive, healthy opportunities and activities for young people in communities across Scotland and has helped more than 300,000 youngsters.

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