A charity helping vulnerable people affected by flooding in South Yorkshire will get a £1 million boost.
Communities Secretary Robert Jenrick said the Government will match funds raised by the South Yorkshire Flood Disaster Relief Appeal Fund up to the value of £1 million.
Mr Jenrick said:
He also confirmed the Government will investigate whether those affected had sufficient insurance cover, adding that further information about the review will be published in the new year.
The appeal fund has raised more than £500,000 already.
The Government has also pledged a further £300,000 of match-funding for other eligible areas affected by recent flooding, and where a flooding framework has been activated.
Huw Evans, director general of the Association of British Insurers, said: