Vulnerable Children's Charities Funding

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.

The funding will allow them to continue to support vulnerable young people at risk of violence, adapting support services if necessary, for example by using remote working and technology.

You can see a full list of organisations that have received funding across South Yorkshire on our website here – Vulnerable Children’s Charities funding

In addition, you can view the grant report written on the charities that received funding here – COVID Grant Report 

To read about each of the successful recipients and their projects, please click on this link, Vulnerable Children’s Charity Funding.

Successful fund recipients

Fund recipients

Recipient Project Funding amount
Edlington Community Organisation
Highwoods Community Base
Treeton Community Centre
Angleton Youth Club
Big Brother Burngreave
Darnall Football Academy
Grow UK
The ISRAAC Somali Community Association
Mums United
Unity Gym Project
Steps to Freedom Programme
Love Life UK Outreach
Love Life Again £6,000
Dearne and District FC
Winn Gardens
Tinsley Forum
The Link Stradbroke
Sheffield Roma Network
Families Together Community Group
Bentley Town End Flood Action
Adwick Warriors Junior Football Club
Depaul UK
Safe@Last Project £1,000
Thurgoland Village Hall Welfare
Woodthorpe Youth Club
Unity Wall Project £1,500
Park Centre Academy
Galeed House
Hygiene Bank Doncaster
Double Six Youth Club
De Hood
Aspire Boxing Club
Always an Alternative
Rotherham Samaritans
Rotherham Lions
Rotherham Foster Carers Association
Doncaster Foster Carers Association
Aspiring 2 CIC
Fight for Good
COVID Response Project £24,500
Barnsley Foodbank