Manchester based child safety resource; The Safety Guide Foundation appeared on BBC North-West last week in a bid to help tackle the 'national crisis' of knife crime in disadvantaged areas across the country.
The country's most dedicated safety information provider appeared on the news after police figures showed that knife crime is rising at a rapid rate outside of London.
Did you know that the number of knife crime offences has risen by two-thirds since 2014?
"The number of children being bullied has risen significantly in recent years according to watchdog, OFCOM"
UK based Community Interest Company; The Safety Guide Foundation has teamed up with former Olympic boxer, Robin Reid to help tackle bullying in UK schools.
The Manchester based foundation and Reid have been touring primary schools with professional boxer, Stuart Maddox, giving educational and informative question and answer sessions across the country to help educate schools on bullying and the social issues surrounding the topic.
About 42 percent of kids have been bullied while online with one in four being verbally attacked more than once.
A North-West based children’s safety collective has donated funding raised for projects and causes to a boxing club in one of Manchester’s most disadvantaged communities.
The Safety Guide Foundation donated £500 to the Collyhurst and Moston Amateur Boxing Club after police commissioners and MP’s warned that a ‘broken’ system of school and social funding left youngsters “sucked into criminality”
Between 2010 and 2017-18 councils suffered a 29% cut in funding equal to £3bn.