Help Sheffield Futures support young people this Christmas. One donation, twice the impact.

30th November 2020

In 1 week Sheffield Futures will launch their Big Give matched funding Christmas campaign to support much needed youth work. During 1st-8th December (only), you can get your donation matched. One donation, twice the impact.

Sheffield Futures know that children as young as 10-13 year olds are being groomed for gang involvement and are at risk of involvement in serious violence. There is a big gap in help for young people and they want to keep them safe as well as support young people to achieve their full potential in learning, employment and life so that they can secure a positive future.

Sheffield Futures need your help to support young people.

Please consider donating what you can during the 1st-8th December via their campaign page below. They aim to raise £4k during the week which will then unlock a £4k matched funding pot to raise a total of £8k.

Some ways that Sheffield Futures suggest donating this Christmas:

  • Why not donate instead of sending Christmas cards?
  • Make a donation in lieu of buying a gift for the person that has everything?
  • Donate the travel costs you have saved from not going to work during lockdown.
  • Whatever you can give, thank you.

Donate here from 1st-8th December.

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