The Chiltern Centre and TRAIN have been awarded nearly £200,000 over four years by South Oxfordshire District Council. The cash will pay for running costs such as staffing, heating, administration or rent.
The Chiltern Centre offers children and young people with disabilities help to live life to the full. TRAIN works with "at risk" 14-18 year olds, offering support with solving problems. 13 other organisations have also been funded.
More top news
Tesco has revealed a list of stores set to close, with hundreds of jobs at risk.
A buggy listed for sale by a father who said it signified the end of his 'happy carefree low-cost child-free life' has sold for £325.
The late Bernard Jordan, who 'escaped' from his care home to travel to the D-Day commemorations, has left his entire estate to the RNLI.