Ripplez receives funding in recognition of work with at-risk families in the East Midlands In September, the Minister for Sport and Civil Society announced that people and communities across the country are set to benefit from £48 million provided by the Life Chances Fund. Minister for Sport and Civil Society, Tracey Crouch, said: "We are committed to building a fairer society that works for everyone and social impact bonds are already having a transformational impact on people's lives. This next round of funding will help make a difference to many more lives and I am looking forward to working alongside local councils to deliver projects and new services that help people reach their full potential." Ripplez has been nominated to receive £2,213,260 to expand our PAUSE Programme in the East Midlands. This aims to give more women who have experienced or are at risk of experiencing recurrent care proceedings, an opportunity to improve their well-being, resilience and stability. Ripplez is delighted to be recognised for our work with at-risk families. We are looking forward to continuing to deliver our services to families within our community of interest with this renewed support. For more information on Ripplez's programmes, click here.