Violence Reduction Fund 2022

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

Groups from across Barnsley, Doncaster, Rotherham and Sheffield have received funding from the Violence Reduction Fund to support initiatives and projects aimed at preventing young people from becoming involved in violence.

To read about each of the successful recipients and their projects, click here.

Successful fund recipients

Fund recipients

Recipient Project Funding amount
Memo Fitness CIC
Employment £18,281
Jamie McDonnell Fight For Good CIC
Doncaster Outreach £6,576
Allama Iqbal Cricket Club
NextGen £16,600
Club Doncaster Community Sports and Education Foundation
Kicks Targeted £12,000
Titans Community Foundation
A rugby route to careers for young women £19,800
Twinning Project
Twinning Project, Sheffield United Community Foundation, and HMP Moorland £11,662
Firvale Community Hub
North East Sheffield Family Violence Reduction Project £18,937
Dinnington Community Boxing Group
Young Peoples' Boxing - "Talk & Train" £15,680
The Youth Association
StreetSmart £19,743
In2Change South Yorkshire
Saferhood (Streets Outreach) £19,120
Rotherham Foster Carers Association (RFCA)
Youth group activities £7,226
Grow Gardeners £19,644
Education and Employment Support for Homeless Young People in Barnsley £19,364
Edlington Community Organisation
Community First £7,766
Endeavour Training Ltd
Burngreave Youth Support Project £19,980
Gleadless Valley TARA
Gleadless Valley - Young Peoples' Project £8,240
Worth Unlimited Doncaster
Reducing fixed-term exclusions in Doncaster schools £20,000
Sheffield Wednesday FC Community Programme
Onside Mentoring £19,740
Sheffield Music School
Forging Musical Pathways £11,835
Barnsley Sexual Abuse and Rape Crisis Services (BSARCS)
Children's Therapeutic Wellbeing Service £20,000
ReconnectEd (The Reconnect Education Project CIC)
Early Intervention Coaching Programme £20,000