Emergency Funding To Support Young People

The South Yorkshire Violence Reduction Unit awarded emergency funding to community groups across South Yorkshire supporting young people.

Seventeen groups from across Barnsley, Doncaster, Rotherham and Sheffield received funding from the South Yorkshire Violence Reduction Fund to support initiatives and projects aimed at supporting young people during the Covid-19 lockdown.

The fund received 50 applications from community groups and organisations across South Yorkshire.

You can view a full list of the successful recipients here.

To read about each of the successful recipients and their projects, please click on this link, Emergency Funding To Support Young People

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Successful fund recipients

Fund recipients

Recipient Project Funding amount
Club Doncaster Foundation
Club Doncaster £8,335
Israac Somali Community Association
Creativity Club and Parental Support £9,960
Sport for Good
Fight for Good £7,700
Active Fusion
Learn to Lead £3,102
Sheffield Wednesday Community Programme
Stay Onside £7,640
Making Trax £6,674
Rotherham Parent Carers Forum
Let’s Get Digital £9,543
YWCA Yorkshire
Stay safe, Stay at home £10,000
Element Society
Galvanize Youth £6,030
Affinity 2020
#Kickstart to a job £5,800
Rush House
Active sessions £4,725
Worth Unlimited
Reducing fixed term exclusions in Doncaster Schools £7,208
130th Sheffield (Intake) Guides
Keeping in Touch £502
We Can Grow Communities CIC
Skills For Life £2,262
Rotherham United Community Sports Trust
Choices and Consequences £9,967
Doncaster Foster Carers Association
Bridging the Gap £10,000
Nomad Opening Doors
The Online Connection £9,166