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What is “Departure 6.25pm”, this little-known aid that allows you to finance your holidays up to 250 euros?

The National Holiday Voucher Agency created “Departure 6.25pm” to finance young people’s holidays in France. Aid that can reach up to 250 euros and of which few are aware.

Low cost or even zero cost holidays for 18-25 year olds? This is what the National Holiday Allowance Agency (ANCV) has prepared. This organisation, which in addition to managing holiday vouchers, also establishes social assistance programmes. He created the program “ Departure 6.25pm » with the Family Allowance Fund (CAF). The target? Financial holidays for young people aged 18 to 25.

This aid can reach up to €250within the limit of 80% of the price of the stay and with a minimum residual amount of €50. It can be requested once a year and per person.

Possibility to travel to different French cities

This assistance can be used to cover holiday-related expenses, such as accommodation costs, transportation costs, on-site activities. However, it is not paid directly in cash, but is deducted from the invoices of the service providers chosen for the stay.


This system is far from being new, as it has existed since 2014. To take advantage of it, you need to visit the site Depart1825.com, which offers packages suitable for this system, only in France, whether by sea or in the mountains or in a large city.

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But it is not enough to be between 18 and 25 years old to benefit from it. Young people who have a reference tax income of less than 17,280 euros for 1 tax quota (i.e. being single) can also benefit from the financial package.

They can also benefit from it if they fall into one of the following categories: having an apprenticeship contract or a professionalization contract, being a scholarship holder, holder of a youth work contract, student of a second chance school, beneficiary of child welfare or even a volunteer from the civil service whose mission has been ongoing or completed less than a year ago.


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