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Street Pastors, Street Angels and Similar Organisations 2018/19

The Commissioner recognises the role of Street Pastors, Street Angels and other similar organisations in providing support for vulnerable people, especially in relation to the night time economy in Lancashire town centres. He also recognises the way that they work with the police, often helping to reduce demands on their time and freeing officers to deal with more serious issues, when policing town centres at night.

The Police and Crime Commissioner has allocated £25,000 to support the work of Street Pastors, Street Angels and similar organisations.

The Grant is open to all established organisations who fulfil the above roles and who work in partnership with local policing teams

Funding Agreement Notes & Guidance

Application Form

Applications should be submitted to Steffani.Hull@Lancashire-pcc.gov.uk. Deadline for applications is 12pm on Monday 1st October, 2018.

For further information please contact Steff Hull on 01772 538414 or email Steffani.Hull@Lancashire-pcc.gov.uk

 

Unfortunately there are no further funding opportunities available at this time.

Grants Awarded

Street Pastors, Street Angels and Similar Organisations 2017/18

The Commissioner allocated £25,000 for the work of Street Pastors, Street Angels and similar organisations. During the night time economy the volunteers engage, care and listen to members of the public. For example, supplying drinks and blankets to vulnerable people. Details of the successful applicants are listed below:

  • £6,500 – Blackpool and Fylde Street Angels
  • £5,000 – Chorley Street Pastors
  • £2,500 – Lancaster Street Pastors
  • £1,000 – Ormskirk Street Pastors
  • £10,000 – Preston & South Ribble (North) Street Pastors

Street Pastors, Street Angels and Similar Organisations 2016/17

The Commissioner allocated £20,000 for the work of Street Pastors, Street Angels and similar organisations. Details of the successful applicants are listed below:

  • £10,000 – Preston & South Ribble Street Pastors
  • £5,000 – Chorley Street Pastors
  • £5,000 – Blackpool and Fylde Street Angels

Child Sexual Abuse Support Fund

The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner was responsible for administering £160,000 of Home Office Funding fro the Child Sexual Abuse (CSA) Support Fund.

This fund was designed to aid non-statutory organisations who had seen an increase in demand for services as a result of the child sexual abuse inquiry, and aimed to provide grant funding to enable them to increase capacity to support victims.

The Commissioner agreed to contribute another £40,000 to the fund meaning a total of £200,000 was available. Details of the successful applicants are listed below:

  • £35,482.00 – Trust House
  • £27,880.89 – Horizon
  • £29,582.00 – Fylde Coast Women’s Aid
  • £17,600.00 – Lancashire Women’s Centre
  • £30,241.52 – The Liberty Centre
  • £28,540.00 – The Birchall Trust
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