HENLEY Youth Centre has received a £3,000 grant from Lloyds Bank.
The money will be used to add to its three evening sessions and one after-school club aimed at 10- to 12-year-olds.
Donations of £300 have been given to the Nomad youth and community project and to Crazies Hill Primary School.
Nomad, which runs from the d:two centre in Henley Market Place, will use the money to provide team- building activities and to keep track of young people and support them back into school.
Another £300 was given to Path Hill Outdoors in Goring Heath.This will be used to provide therapeutic days and overnight camps for young people.