Emergency Funding To Support Young People
The South Yorkshire Violence Reduction Unit has awarded funding to community groups who are supporting young people across South Yorkshire.
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Club Doncaster Foundation
To design and create an exciting and innovative space to be used to deliver workshops such as Teen Gym and DJ Workshops, as well as providing them with a safe space to socialise and access services.
Israac Somali Community Association
To provide a starting point for longer term engagement with the Diaspora Multimedia Hub and with Israac which has ample potential for projects with young people into the future, in addition to providing wellbeing sessions for parents to share challenges and solutions.
Sport for Good
To support young people by providing educational and motivational digital sessions delivered by coaches and working with local foodbanks to provide nutritional meals to young people during lockdown.
Learn to Lead will tackle the increasing social inequality that deprived communities and minority groups are encountering as a direct result of Covid-19.
Sheffield Wednesday Community Programme
Sheffield Wednesday Community Programme will work with individuals on a one-to-one basis, mentoring the young person to be more physically active, supporting their mental health and allowing them to set goals for the future.
15 young people will learn how to write and produce music with an emphasis on positive or anti-violence themes.
Rotherham Parent Carers Forum
Developing a strong online gaming community to educate young people on staying safe online.
Engaging with young women to prevent them from becoming victims of crime, domestic abuse, sexual or criminal exploitation.
This project will support Element Society's youth charity work as well as interactive online workshops around areas including health & wellbeing.