HOW WE’RE FUNDED

Reach receives funding from a range of sources, but the largest proportion of our funding comes from various contracts we hold with Sheffield City Council. We also receive funding from a range of grant sources such as the Big Lottery Fund and from a number of charitable trusts.

Reach also generates a small amount of income from services we provide, such as hiring out our premises, and from service user contributions.

We are grateful to the following funders for their support:

• Big Lottery Fund
• Dixon Pitchfork Charitable Trust
• Elsie Lawrence Deceased
• Garfield Weston Foundation
• Harry Bottom Charitable Trust
• Holbeck Charitable Trust
• Hyman Winstone Foundation
• Inman Charity
• Marsh Christian Trust
• Paristamen CIO
• Patricia and Donald Shepherd Charitable Trust
• Sheffield City Council
• Sir Jules Thorn Charitable Trust
• South Yorkshire Housing Association

Reach is a winner of a Weston Charity Award 2018.

Donations are always very welcome and very much needed. Reach’s current income sources simply do not cover the full costs of supporting our communities.

It costs Reach more than £1,000 a day to provide support services to the local community.

Click here to make a donation.