Over the last five years they've received significant donations from 2 grant making charities totalling £250,669
|Amount/When||Donor||To be used for|
|£90,56931/01/2019||National Lottery Community Fund||This funding is for a project for refugees and asylum seekers as well as people experiencing mental health issues or loneliness or both. The project will provide a range of sporting and non-sporting activities, including music sessions, volunteering schemes, and employability programmes. Football and coaching sessions for all ages will also be on offer.|
|£160,10030/11/2018||Henry Smith Charity||towards three years' running costs of an employability programme in Sheffield supporting young people who are furthest from the labour market|
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THE OBJECTS OF THE CHARITY ('THE OBJECTS') ARE TO PROMOTE EQUALITY OF OPPORTUNITY AND GOOD RELATIONS BETWEEN PEOPLE OF DIFFERENT RACIAL GROUPS, ESPECIALLY WITHIN THE AREA OF BENEFIT, PARTICULARLY THROUGH THE MEDIUM OF FOOTBALL AND THROUGH OTHER AMATEUR SPORTS AND RECREATIONAL OR LEISURE-TIME ACTIVITIES. THIS WILL BE ACHIEVED BY 3.2.1 THE PROMOTION AND DEVELOPMENT OF ANTI-RACIST EDUCATION, IN PARTICULAR OF YOUNG PEOPLE UP TO THE AGE OF 26 3.2.2 INCREASING THE ACTIVE PARTICIPATION OF ETHNIC MINORITIES WITHIN ALL ASPECTS OF AMATEUR SPORT AND OTHER RECREATIONAL AND LEISURE-TIME ACTIVITIES INTENDED TO IMPROVE THEIR CONDITIONS OF LIFE; 3.2.3 SECURING A SAFE ENVIRONMENT FOR PEOPLE FROM ALL COMMUNITIES TO PARTICIPATE IN AMATEUR SPORTS AND OTHER RECREATIONAL AND LEISURE-TIME ACTIVITIES.