- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Total awarded
- Largest award
- Smallest award
- Earliest award date
- 11 Jan 2016
- Latest award date
- 21 Dec 2016
the100: girls and women working to advance rights and human dignity.
GLinc/3/4 - Steps Forward 22 Sep 2016
This grant will be used to develop plans for a project that will support 120 unemployed people across the Great Lincolnshire LEP area. The project will offer a tailored development programme focusing on improving participantâ€™s mental health and wellbeing with the aim of moving them towards employment, education or training.
Community Celebration 08 Dec 2016
Action for Children will hold a community and family fun day to celebrate the 4 year anniversary of the Monmouthshire Parent Network and its achievements within the community. This grant for Â£1,720 will fund venue hire costs, food, DJ, bouncy castle, character/face painting and messy play.
Funding will be used to celebrate the organisationâ€™s relocation to its own, new building on the grounds of the local school â€“ a move that has been 30 years in the making. The event will enable the organisation to bring together the families they have worked with in the past, as well as families they currently work with, alongside members of the community who have given their time and expertise to the project.
Pacific Waves 23 Mar 2016
A project to support children, young people aged 10-17, and parents with experience of domestic violence. The project will include one to one intensive counselling and group sessions covering a variety of topics such as communication skills, coping skills, exploring controlling behaviours and personal support networks. The project aims to reach 240 beneficiaries.
Family Support Volunteers 01 Aug 2016
This project will support parents and children in deprived areas of Inverclyde and West Dunbartonshire to develop confidence in their parenting skill, it also aims to reduce isolation. Families described as â€˜just copingâ€™ will be matched with a local volunteer parent who will use their own experience and skills to support the participant parents through challenging times.This project takes an early intervention approach, resulting in reduced risk of crisis and need for statutory intervention.
Cholsey Children's centre 18 Apr 2016
The grant will largely be used to buy play equipment for the children and furnishings for the rooms that will be used. It will also be used to buy in expertise as required e.g. Nutritional specialist, chef
Annual donation 14 Mar 2016
mapping and good practice development 21 Mar 2016
Towards mapping and good practice development to include using the proposed work for an application to the National Institute of Health Research for further funding..
Outreach Play Therapy 15 Jan 2016
Claire House Children's Hospice offers care, support and choice to families whose children with life limiting conditions. The project provides specialist play therapy staff to provide play therapy at the homes of children and young people. The grant funding helped cover the costs associated with the Cheshire West and Cheshire portion of the twelve month pilot project, for the Outreach Play Therapy.
Memory Coordinator 01 Nov 2016
JUMP Children's Charity provide a unique service to children with life limiting illnesses by arranging professional photographers to capture special moments that are presented in beautiful and personal Memory Books and Films. The charity identified a need to expand their work with Hospices/Hospitals in order to reach more children and their families. In order to achieve this they needed a sessional worker to develop the relationship with these organisations to work more closely in partnership and also to work more closely with families to plan their special memories. The grant pays for the salary of the sessional worker.
towards purchasing new beds for a charity which works with disabled people in Staffordshire
Paediatric Neurosurgical HD Endoscope 30 Nov 2016
Purchase of a state-of-the-art Neurosurgical HD Endoscope that will act as a critical surgical tool for young patients in life and death situations due to challenging neurological trauma. This life-saving equipment will be based within the Royal Hospital for Children, Glasgow (RHC) - Scotland’s largest children’s hospital.
This project seeks to test the recommendations of The Commission for Childcare Reformâ€™s 2015 report, a longitudinal approach to transforming how childcare services in Scotland are organised, delivered and paid for. The project will through a partnership approach increase the provision of high quality childcare. Activities will support the establishment of a sustainable, flexible and affordable childcare model which will be developed in tandem with Glasgowâ€™s community development strategy, Thriving Places.