- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 01 Apr 2004
- Latest award date
- 23 Dec 2017
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Main Entrance Door' access improvements 20 May 2015
The group will use the funding to improve disability access to its village hall which is not currently DDA compliant. This will enable wheel chair users to visit this community resource.
WARMTH AND SECURITY 22 Mar 2016
The organisation will use the funding to install CCTV, security gates and install a door entry system to improve security at their community shop, offices and function room. This will ensure increase security, reduce crime and improve wellbeing of vulnerable people using the facilities.
Active Kids at Chirnsyde 23 Feb 2016
This project will provide creative outdoor play equipment for the playground, providing an accessible active play opportunity to children in order to improve their health and wellbeing.
The group will use the funding to employ a sessional engagement worker in this rural community. This will provide a central person to co-ordinate projects that aim to engage young people in positive activities and improve employability skills.
Lurgan YMCA - Youth Engagement Programme 21 May 2015
The organisation provides a range of activities for young people in the Lurgan and Portadown areas. They are using the Â£9,988 to provide a programme of camping, canoeing and climbing activities for young people, including some who have disabilities.
The organisation promotes a non-violent, non-confrontational approach to crime and anti-social behaviour. The project received Â£9,855 to run a support programme to help six isolated families connect with services such as healthcare and housing.
Gwella Bywyd Ein Aelodau 03 Mar 2016
Merched y Wawr Cangen Llangynderyn, in Carmarthenshire, will take their members on a series of trips to support community cohesion. The grant, of Â£3,285, will fund transport costs, entrance fees, refreshments and a tea urn.
Families shape up together! 23 Nov 2016
The school will run evening workshops for children and their families which will focus on health, diet, nutrition, ICT and literary and numeracy, as well as running weekly activities for families new to the school which will focus on parenting, relationships and issues for children entering school.
Clipstone allotment waterless toilet 07 Dec 2016
The project will install a waterless toilet at their allotment site. This will encourage people to use the site and to participate in activities that improve fitness and wellbeing and discourage antisocial behaviour.
if you go down to the woods 30 Sep 2015
The organisation will use the funding to create a woodland experience within school grounds with a variety of activities designed to stimulate and provide opportunity for physical exercise within an urban area. This will enable the organisation to offer a safe environment for outdoor play and activities to physically and mentally stimulate the children, thereby alleviating concerns regarding obesity and related health issues attributed to sedentary lifestyles.
Outdoor shelter for children with Autism 09 Dec 2015
The organisation will use the funding to create a transparent outdoor shelter attached to a classroom used by children with Autism. This will enable the children to engage with the other pupils at playtimes with the security of a safe haven to reduce their stress and anxiety about such interaction.
Fun and Laughter in the Community 17 Apr 2016
Miskin Safety Crime and Prevention in Rhondda Cynon Taf will use the grant to provide day trips for members of the local community, some of whom are from low income families or are at risk of social isolation. This grant for Â£4,157 will fund transport, entrance fees, and tickets for up to 54 people.
The organisation will use funding to install a new chlorine production plant and automatic chlorine monitoring and dosing system, for the independent water supply of their village. This will enable the group to provide clean, fresh water to residents, who are unable to be connected to a main water supply.
Killowen PTA Playing To Learn Learning To PLay 02 Feb 2017
The PTA supports Killowen Primary School in Coleraine. They are using a Â£10,000 grant to provide outdoor learning activities for children so they can learn through outdoor play.
Hall upgrade 02 Feb 2017
Caergwrle Methodist Church in Wrexham will use the grant to provide improved facilities for users. This grant for Â£5,000 will fund heating and lighting upgrade costs.
The organisation will use the funding to celebrate the reopening of Grant Thorold Community Hub and Library with a community event providing a diverse range of activities. The event will bring together local volunteers and organisations, such as youth clubs, churches and schools to support and participant in the day. The event will showcase the venue and launch a Grant Thorold Community Supporters Club that will continue to support the community hub.