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Lloyds Bank Foundation for England and Wales

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Grant to Integrating Children 28 Jun 2013

This organisation provides a range of social activities for children and young people who have a range of disabilities living in County Durham

Grant to Think Children 28 Jul 2011

the fieldwork costs, operational activity costs, management, overhead and rent for outreach work

Grant to Children In Wales 28 Mar 2013

Running costs of the Together 4 Rights' (T4R) project. T4R is an initiative that provides a structure for young disabled people across Wales to be supported to play a full and active part in the decision-making processes that affect their lives.

Grant to Wirral Women & Childrens Aid 27 Sep 2013

The organisation provides a range of services to women experiencing domestic abuse. The grant will support the outreach work supporting women resettling in the community or those experiencing abuse in the community.

Grant to Children First Derby 21 Jan 2013

The charity provides support for disadvantaged children and families in Derby. The core cost grant will support the CEO and administrator ensuring 60 children will access education avoid anti social behaviour.

Grant to National Blind Children's Society 17 Aug 2012

the salary costs of the Head of Family Support

Grant to The Limes Community and Childrens Centre 28 Feb 2014

The charity leads on inclusive play plus additional support for young people with disabilities. Their support for disabled young people gives them increased confidence and skills and enables them to be empowered to make choices and have new opportunities

Grant to Enfield Parents & Children 25 Oct 2013

The charity provides a range of support for children and families. A mentoring programme providing positive role models for boys from BME communities will give them someone to talk and enable them to improve their chances and work to their goals

Grant to TOGs Disabled Childrens Centre 27 Sep 2013

TOGs is based in New Inn, Torfaen. It delivers a range of support services to families who have children/young people with sensory, educational and physical special needs. Young people have access to new opportunities enhancing their life experiences.

Grant to Aberdare Childrens Contact Centre 19 May 2010

the salary costs of the Development Officer, Sessional Workers, admin and telephone costs for the new `parents and children' programme

Grant to The Rainbow Centre for Children 17 Mar 2010

the salary costs of the Therapy Director

Grant to Oasis Children's Venture 30 Nov 2010

the Senior Night at the Oasis Kart Track - staff costs (Manager and Karting Youth Workers), young volunteer expenses and insurance costs

Grant to Merseyside Autistic Children's Society 28 Sep 2012

core costs: rent, telephone, internet, stationery and postage

Grant to Sefton Women & Childrens Aid 19 Sep 2011

the salary and on-costs of an Adult and Family Services Officer

Grant to Sandwell Parents for Disabled Children 29 Mar 2012

the salary of the Manager, core running and activity costs

Grant to The Meadows Children & Family Wing 24 Nov 2011

the costs of two Freedom Programmes including the salaries and NI costs of the Family Support Worker, Project Manager, Crèche Worker, Office Administrator, rent of rooms, office expenses and course resources

Grant to The Rainbow Centre for Children 28 Aug 2013

The Rainbow Centre supports children and families affected by bereavement or preparing for the death of a loved one. This grant will fund the Therapy Director to manage the service and provide support to parents.

Grant to Kongolese Childrens Association 29 May 2014

The charity supports families from Kongolese and other BME communities. The support enables them to gain increased confidence and improved social contact and young people will achieve more at school and families will benefit from learning together.