Primary prevention, Secondary prevention
To tackle youth violence and child drug exploitation.
The funding was used to purchase football equipment that can be used in a safe way when the sessions can resume.
55 young children have been helped through this project aged from 10-16 years.
70% of the young people who attend the club have witnessed or been involved in gang culture.
Related community projects
To help young people with the ever increasing demand in support with mental health including anxiety, grief, trauma and psychological effects of isolation
Football Unites Racism Divides Educational Trust
Football Unites Racism Divides Educational Trust will aim to reduce violent crime and anti-social behaviour by providing positive role models, relationship building with individuals and families, diversionary activities and a committed cohort of community volunteers.