Reach receives funding from a range of grant sources such as the Big Lottery Fund and a number of other charitable trusts, but the largest proportion of our funding comes through the various contracts we hold with Sheffield City Council.
Reach also generates a small amount of income from the community services we provide, such as hiring out our premises and 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
- People’s Postcode Lottery
- Sheffield City Council
- Sir Jules Thorn Charitable Trust
- South Yorkshire Housing Association
www.postcodelocaltrust.org.uk / www.postcodelottery.co.uk
Donations are always welcomed and very much needed. It costs Reach more than £1,000 a day to provide support services to the local community, and Reach’s current income sources simply do not cover these costs.
Click here to make a donation.