Eleven out of 29 will charge fees and four more will charge refundable deposits, according to civil society minister Nick Hurd
About half the National Citizen Service pilot project providers next summer will charge young people up to £80 to take part, according to Nick Hurd, the Minister for Civil Society.
He gave the information in a written answer to a parliamentary question by Catherine McKinnell, the Labour MP for Newcastle upon Tyne North.
Eleven of 29 providers will charge fees or expect participants to find sponsorship to take part. Another four will charge refundable deposits.
Two other providers, the Partnership Network and Petroc, have yet to say how much their deposits will be.
Hurd revealed that pilots will take place in 95 per cent of upper-tier local authority areas in England next summer.