Violence Reduction Fund 2022
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Memo Fitness CIC
The aim of the programme is to offer employment and opportunities in the form of work at the Millmoor Club Cafe for young people aged 16-25 years old, in partnership with Memo Fitness.
Jamie McDonnell Fight For Good CIC
The aim of the programme is to deliver outreach work in Doncaster, Mexborough, and Conisborough, using the CIC's gaming bus (converted from a minibus) to engage young people in areas with anti-social behaviour, including some of the most disadvantaged boroughs in the UK.
Allama Iqbal Cricket Club
The aim of the programme is to engage young children into a purposeful activity which would provide an alternative to and take them away from anti-social behaviour and criminality.
Club Doncaster Community Sports and Education Foundation
The aim of the project is to work with young people aged 8-18 who are at risk of becoming entrenched in violence, to reframe their attitude towards violence and reduce violent behaviour.
Titans Community Foundation
The aim of the programme is to create new pathways into sports development and fitness careers for 80 young women who are inspired to achieve new goals.
The aim of the programme is to unite the Twinning Project, Sheffield United Community Foundation, and HMP Moorland to deliver a football-based course within the prison, leading to a Football Association qualification for three cohorts of 16 young people, with the aim of supporting the reduction of violence and crime, and the development of healthy attitudes, approaches, and lifestyles.
Firvale Community Hub
The Firvale Community Hub are aiming to use a Public Health Approach, working with families to address the underlying causes of violence and encourage reporting.
Dinnington Community Boxing Group
Dinnington Community Boxing is a boxing organisation dedicated to improving mental health and fitness in the communities of Rotherham and surrounding areas, through their tailored boxing and fitness sessions.
The Youth Association
StreetSmart is an initiative which provides wrap-around support for young people at street level – a setting where parents, schools, and most other services have little reach. The project aims to contribute to a reduction in violence and crime uptake, increased levels of empowerment, and improved mental wellbeing.