Child Sexual Exploitation Fund – South Yorkshire Community Foundation

Child Sexual Exploitation Fund (CSE) set up by South Yorkshire Community Foundation in response to the Rotherham abuse reports.

There is an even greater need than ever for organisations already working to support survivors of child sexual exploitation to help those affected. This fund will help meet the needs of survivors of child sexual exploitation across South Yorkshire.

​One of SYCF’s top priorities is to make sure as many people know about the CSE Fund as possible. If we can do this then it means that the support the fund will be able to offer will reach as far and help as many people as we could possibly hope for. It also means that as many people as possible who are able to help support the CSE Fund are reached too.

Help get the word out – Just click the link below and it will take you to a page to download the poster from. Click here.

​By printing this poster and putting it up somewhere in your community or place of work you are helping spread awareness of the CSE Fund. Have a spare minute? Please help even more by forwarding this email on to your contacts.

Eligibility criteria 

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