- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Total awarded
- Largest award
- Smallest award
- Earliest award date
- 01 May 2002
- Latest award date
- 30 Mar 2017
Volunteer Training Day 18 Mar 2005
This group work with various other voluntary groups and agencies to develop volunteering within the city. They provide information, support and advice for the people they work with. This award will allow them to run a free training event where they will run a range of workshops on topics identified as being important in recruiting and supporting more volunteers. venue hire, refreshments/buffet, childcare costs and resources.
Volunteer recruiting 15 Dec 2006
The group will use the award to promote a 'Volunteer Speed Dating' event. The project will encourage people interested in volunteering to meet with local groups needing skills and resources to support their services.
Oxford Conservation Volunteers New Tools Project 09 Dec 2015
We will buy tools to enable volunteers to enhance green spaces in Oxfordshire and provide training and skills to improve employability.
3 training days to cover coppicing, hedge-laying and dry-stone walling.
Accelerate Peer Education Project 08 Sep 2011
This group will provide training in public speaking and equalities to its newly recruited peer educator volunteers. The project will enable volunteers to develop their skills and understanding to positively influence the lives of other young people. The grant will fund public speaking training (foundation and advanced) and equalities training.
Training for volunteers 22 Sep 2004
This group provide practical and emotional support to families with young children. It recruits volunteers who are themselves parents. With a grant it will provide additional training for volunteers in first aid and St John's Ambulance in child and infant care.Money will be used to pay for training courses, room hire and volunteer expenses.
Stepping Stones 18 Jul 2013
Student Volunteering Cardiff will pilot a project called Stepping Stones which is a befriending project for young adults aged 18-25 years with a learning disability. The project will meet the Awards for All Wales aim of 'improving the quality of life'.This grant for £2,242 will fund volunteers travel and activity costs.
This law centre provides free advice and representation to people living or working in the Sheffield area. They will use the award to improve access for clients and volunteers by installing a hearing loop and providing a computer for volunteers which can be linked to the Centre's network, and used by an existing volunteer who is a wheelchair user. The award will pay for a computer and attachment to network; loop system; height adjustable desk.
This voluntary services group in Essex will use an award to hold two community events to acknowledge publicly the value of volunteers. This will encourage people to volunteer in future.
The group, based in Fort William, will provide training in basketball for local young people, who will then volunteer at weekly basketball sessions in the Fort William and Kinlochleven areas. The grant will fund a one day coaching course for 8 volunteers, Level 1 coaching course for 2 volunteers and basketball equipment.
Volunteer Co-ordination Project 28 Jan 2005
A project to support and develop local volunteers in Cannock, Staffs to work with a variety of projects supporting children and families. The grant will pay for induction packs, volunteer expenses, training and promotional events.
Network Action Team 02 May 2013
This is a project by a community organisation in Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire. The group will use the funding to develop their volunteer youth network's organisational framework and volunteering opportunities. This will encourage young people to engage in the development and delivery of community events and activities and also provide volunteering and peer to peer mentoring opportunities.
High Sheriff of Northumberland Award 09 Jan 2016
High Sheriff of Northumberland Award
Court Family Link Support Volunteer 18 Apr 2013
This is a project by an incorporated charity in Cheshire. The organisation will use the funding to train volunteers to offer support to isolated and vulnerable family members of people accused of or convicted of committing a crime. This will enable volunteers to learn the skills necessary to help those who need support, reduce rates of reoffending and discourage criminal activity by the offenders' family members whilst encouraging others to volunteer to help others in their position.
Towards Increasing Capacity through Volunteering - Friendship Groups
Towards Volunteer costs 01 Apr 2015
Towards Volunteer costs
Towards Volunteer Training expenses 08 Sep 2015
Towards Volunteer Training expenses