The Cadet movement secured six major Government grants in July. The Co-location Initiative is a scheme run by the Department for Children, Schools and Families. It offers grants to cost-saving projects that bring together services for children on a single site, and covers areas such as health, education and youth groups. The Cadet Forces were awarded a total of Â£4.4 million, which will be spent on new facilities this year and next. The successful projects cover a mix of community based Cadet Force units (Army Cadet Force (ACF) and Air Training Corps (ATC) and Combined Cadet Force Contingents; all but one are schools based with the remaining unit being based in a Community Sports facility.