Funding provided by the Home Office to the South Yorkshire Violence Reduction Unit is being channelled in to community organisations across South Yorkshire to help with support needs after the coronavirus lockdown.

The funding is being directed to smaller charities and community groups within the county for support to children and young people, to ensure they can resume their activities after the coronavirus pandemic.

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Bentley Town End Flood Action

Adwick Warriors Junior Football Club

To help vulnerable children and adults in the surrounding area.

Thurgoland Village Hall Welfare

To ensure participants understand the risks of drug and alcohol. But, the funding was primarily to cover loss of income due to COVID restrictions as well as making sure the building was COVID secure so when restrictions were eased sessions could be held.

Woodthorpe Youth Club

To provide ongoing support for young people, including handing out activity packs, food hampers, craft packs and selection boxes.

Park Centre Academy

To provide the delivery of two essential food poverty projects for families with children who have low incomes.

Galeed House

To provide craft activities for the children in Darnall, to prevent them from playing on the street. 

Hygiene Bank Doncaster

To provide hygiene products to various community partners across Doncaster.