A Brighton-based media production company focused on teenager’s wellbeing has received a £10,000 donation from Sussex Police.
Make (Good) Trouble works with teenagers and parents to produce content to raise awareness of issues affecting young people, such as the radio series called ‘Raising Teens’ which was recently broadcast on BBC Sussex and Surrey.
The company was given the £10,000 donation through the Police Property Act Fund (PPAF). This is made up of monies received by the police from property confiscated by order of the courts and then sold.
The cheque was handed to the production company by Chief Superintendent Jane Derrick.
Make (Good) Trouble’s producer Jane Keating said: “Make Good Trouble is delighted to have been awarded the PPAF funding to continue building on the success of producing the BBC Sussex and Surrey Raising Teens series and create an online hub where parents and carers can feel included, supported with easy access to practical help and support to gain a better understanding of teenage emotional and mental health issues.”