Violence Against Women and Girls Reduction Fund
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Doncaster Children’s Services Trust
The focus of this initiative is to deliver a cutting edge education programme using Virtual Reality (VR) to address, educate, and tackle the growing violence that women and girls face in our society.
Game Changed Network
This initiative sees Game Changed Network work in partnership with Steel City Gym in Sheffield and their CIC, The Thunder Projects, to run a series of takeover sessions in schools to promote gender equality, to prevent and reduce Violence Against Women and Girls.
Hey! The Mental Health Charity
The aim of the programme is to offer an hour of wellbeing each week for eight weeks through their specialist family liaison officer, who has worked as a social worker with victims of violence for over 20 years. This initiative supports those aged between 5-25 years old.
Sheffield Rape and Sexual Abuse Centre (SRASAC)
The aim of the programme is to ensure that the voices of survivors are incorporated in the design and development of SRASAC’s future community engagement work, by establishing a range of ways for clients to tell them how they can reduce the barriers they face in seeking support from SRASAC, and also raising awareness of sexual abuse and violence in the community.
Roshni Sheffield Asian Women’s Resource Centre
The aim of the programme is to support 45 Asian girls aged 10-14 from the Pakistani and Bangladeshi communities in Sheffield, in partnership with three schools, to build their confidence and self-esteem, and help them to build resilience to live lives free from violence and abuse.
Edlington Hill Top Centre Associates
The aim of the programme is to provide a holistic package of support, tailored to each individual requiring help. The initiative offers emotional support through a Community Wellbeing Therapies project, which offers counselling and hypnotherapy to service users.
Young Women’s Housing Project
The aim of this project is to address specific issues affecting vulnerable young women and girls, their relationships with peers and parents, and the associated risks of becoming victims and in some circumstances of becoming perpetrators.
Club Doncaster Community Sports & Education Foundation
The Changemakers Leadership Project aims to develop leadership qualities in young females at risk of involvement in violence. The initiative is being delivered over a twelve week period to six separate cohorts over the course of the academic year 2022-23.
Clifton Learning Partnership
The aim of the programme is to provide a bespoke service to women and girls, which complements their existing youth support offer.