Over £20,000 will go towards helping reduce crime and the fear of crime across Surrey.
The "cash for communities" scheme sees six Surrey based projects given a share of the money, which has come from assets confiscated from criminals and put back into communities.
They include Woking Street Angels, which has been awarded £1,000 to put toward the recruitment and training of 10 new volunteers to help people at the weekend in Woking town centre, who may be vulnerable as a result of alcohol or drug abuse.
The Matrix Trust has been given £5,000 to buy equipment for a new youth club in the Bellfields area of Guildford.
And also the 17th Reigate Scout Group given £5,000. The cash will go towards the building of a purpose built community hall.
For more information about the scheme you can go to the Surrey Police website.