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Project details

Reduction type

Primary prevention


Area

Doncaster


Funding amount

£11,000


Purpose

To provide vulnerable children and young people with regular weekly activity bags they could complete at home, as well as zoom activities they could take part in from September to December 2020.

Quick summary

This project has helped vulnerable children and young people to stay away from crime.


The very nature of children and young people in Foster Care can make them very vulnerable to be drawn into anti-social behaviours, gangs, and petty crime, grooming and safeguarding issues around social media.

The grant was used to provide vulnerable children and young people with regular weekly activity bags they could complete at home, as well as zoom activities they could take part in from September to December 2020. 156 children and young people aged 11-18 have benefitted from this project.

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