- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 14 Sep 1999
- Latest award date
- 05 Jun 2018
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Grant to Karis Neighbourhood Scheme 24 Jan 2011
Costs of running a befriending scheme (including volunteers' expenses), providing a range of support services to older people in their own homes
Grant to Refugee Advice Group 26 Jul 2010
Recruitment and training of p/t volunteer manager and volunteers from within the refugees' community, who will train as debt advice workers to help older refugees
Grant to Birmingham Museums Trust 04 Dec 2014
Improvements to access, signage and interpretation. Grant of £130,262 under DCMS Wolfson Museums and Galleries Improvement Fund (round 11, 19841). (WF contributing 50% of total grant of £260,524)
Grant to Aston University 05 Jun 2014
Merit Award of *** per annum for 5 years made to Professor Michael Sumetsky, School of Engineering and Applied Science, under the Wolfson Royal Society Research Merit Awards. Wolfson Foundation contributing *** (50% of total cost)
Grant to University of Birmingham 05 Jun 2014
Merit Award of *** per annum for 5 years made to Professor Martin Hewison, Institute of Biomedical Research, under the Wolfson Royal Society Research Merit Awards. Wolfson Foundation contributing *** (50% of total cost)
The group will use the funding to provide training and workshops concerning domestic abuse, gang exploitation, cyber bullying, body image and self esteem for vulnerable girls and young women. This will increase beneficiaries' awareness, confidence and life skills enabling them to make more informed decisions.
Dads Lane Allotment Driveway 13 Jan 2016
The group will use the funding to provide a new driveway for the benefit of allotment users. This will improve the facilities by making them more safe and accessible.
Head to Toe Health Action 29 Jul 2015
The group will use the funding to deliver personal health action plans for elderly people and adults with disabilities. This will improve independent living skills and wellbeing.
The group will use the funding to provide coaching and physical extracurricular activities for girls from low income backgrounds. This will enable beneficiaries to socialise with their peers, take part in team and leadership building activities that will increase their confidence and broaden their experiences.
Improving Accessibility to Vital Services 19 Oct 2016
The project will use the funding to install a disabled access ramp at their premises. This will enable people with mobility issues to access the building.
Creative ToasTea Mornings 20 Jan 2016
The group will use the funding to set up and run a year-long daily breakfast provision at a local youth centre. This will enable the organisation to increase their capacity to engage with young people in the community.
Developing capacity at Queensbury 13 May 2015
The group will use the funding for an external sessional worker who will liaise with the school, pupils, parents and community to establish methods for community engagement. This will build capacity for community engagement.
St Alban's Eco Project 14 Dec 2016
This project will create an allotment in the school grounds. This will utilise an overgrown piece of land, creating an important green space for school and community use in this urban area.
One School, One Community 01 Mar 2017
This group will use the funding to carry out a consultation with service users and partner organisations to identify gaps in provision and a pilot of community activities. This will build capacity for community development.
The project will assist refugees and migrants through crisis and disadvantage by removing barriers to their integration, enabling them to become equal citizens. Itâ€™s based on and will replicate the successful operation the Refugee and Migrant Centre has delivered in Wolverhampton for the past 17 years. A large part of the project involves comprehensive help in obtaining and sustaining suitable accommodation. Help with health and wellbeing will also a focus, along with support accessing employment.
PSHE Digital Literacy at QAC 23 Sep 2015
The group will use the funding to provide a Digital Literacy Curriculum that will deliver training about online safety to people who attend the school with complex needs. This will enable beneficiaries to learn how to stay safe online whilst accessing social media.