We are so fortunate to be funded by a variety of different sources, some grants, some contracts but all amazing work! We also receive some funds via donations, training delivery and via interest from our savings, you can find out more about our finances by looking at our annual report on the Charities Commission page. 

Below are some of our funders and the work they fund us to do, all of whom we are eternally grateful to;

The National Lottery Community Fund made a contribution, through their Awards For All funding, towards the pilot of Sober Social in 2019 and we're thrilled to announce that they have continued to fund Sober Social for three year through their Reaching Communities Funding!

DonMentia has funded our Serenity Social Project, a support group for individuals diagnosed with Young Onset and Alcohol Related Dementia and their carers to practice relaxation techniques, participate in group activities and meet up for a coffee and a chat

Sport England has funded our Sports Day Project encouraging our beneficiaries to be more active and improve the physical health of our community

The Department for Education Doncaster Opportunity Area funded our work on the P.O.P Project for the Academic Year 18/19, allowing us to help up to 144 students to develop essential life skills

Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council has funded us to carry out work on the consultancy project building a co-ordinating structure for the Voluntary, Community and Faith sector in Doncaster (VCF) in 2019. They also funded our Spookathon event in October 2018

The Players of the People's Postcode Lottery funded our amazing Work Wednesdays project, building employability amongst the people of Doncaster throughout 2019

The Aviva Community Fund funded our The Big Green project for 2019, allowing us to get our hands dirty and grow some amazing products to benefit our local community - thanks to everyone who voted!

BBC Children in Need has funded our Eat Well Wednesdays project for 3 years, starting May 2019 - this project will be immensely positive for a number of families in Doncaster who are overcoming some huge barriers 


The #iwill Fund, a collaborative fund from the Department for Culture, Media and Sport and the National Lottery, co-ordinated by South Yorkshire's Community Foundation funded our #sobersocial project for 2019, enabling us to promote youth social action through utilising social media campaigns to change attitudes and behaviour to alcohol and other drugs 

The Lloyds Bank Foundation for England and Wales supported us with funding to deliver the "Thrive" part of our strategy across the 19/20 financial year, which you can read more about here, through their Enable scheme

We are also immensely grateful to all our other funders;

  • British Science Association who funded our amazing British Science Weeks in 2019 and 2020

  • Expect Youth who funded our Club P.O.P pilot in 2020
  • Greggs Community Fund who funded our early work on Older People outreach 

  • CAF who funded our work on Smart Energy GB in 2018

  • Healthwatch Doncaster who funded our Claying Around event in 2018 and delivered the Community Connections survey with us in 2019

  • The Transform Foundation who funded the build of this amazing website!

  • Leeds Building Society who gave us a substantial donation to purchase art equipment for our art therapy interventions in 2018

  • Ping in the Community who donated our ping pong table to us!

  • The Santander Foundation who, through their Discovery Programme, have funded us to run sessions in Sober Social focussing on building events management skills, leading up to an amazing DryFest in Doncaster, Summer 2019