- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Total awarded
- Largest award
- Smallest award
- Earliest award date
- 12 Dec 2000
- Latest award date
- 20 Dec 2016
This project will encourage disadvantaged families and their young children to attend sessions and gain support from the local family centre. This will help to reduce isolation increase social and play skills and provide some fun.
Grant to Lawrence Weston Community Farm 01 Feb 2014
This project offers disadvantaged young people the opportunity to volunteer on the farm at weekends and during the school holidays. This will help young people to learn new skills improve their behaviour and confidence. The project also promotes healthy living.
Grant to Children's HIV Association 01 Feb 2014
This project works with young people living with HIV. The young people are supported through regular residential activities and an online forum and website. As a result young people feel more empowered and have increased confidence and self-esteem.
Grant to Basement Studio 01 Nov 2014
This project offers music sessions for children and young people living in deprivation. The young people gain a support network develop confidence and have access to better opportunities.
Information, Advice and Advocacy Project 04 May 2004
In BRISTOL, Age Concern is to get a Community Fund grant of £180,548 to provide information and advice for older people by phone, appointments or home visits. There will also be an outreach service in Stockwood and another for Asian elders in Easton. The grant, over three years, will pay for two members of staff and general running costs, and will contribute to rent and training.Three projects in DEVON will be receiving £231,700 between them.
The group will rent an allotment from the City Council and set up a service group of members who will attend horticulture courses and then tend the site and grow vegetables.
wildlife explorer project 08 Apr 2004
A wildlife education project is to be set up with this award to bring knowledge and awareness of rural environments and the change in seasons to city children.
Environmental project 08 Apr 2004
Children at the school will take part in a wildlife project led by actors who have been trained by the Wildlife Trust, involving singing, dancing and environmental education.
Need to Re-use 29 Apr 2004
Furniture Recycling Network is the national coordinating body for 282 furniture and appliance re-use and recycling organisations. This project responds to member requests to increase the infrastructure of the Network. The Grant over three years will pay for a newly appointed Chief Executive, Finance Manager, Members Services Manager and Admin Assistant.
Heroes Return 24 May 2004
A Second World War Veteran from Bristol has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Italy in June of this year. Funding has also been provided for a carer to travel with the Veteran.
Heroes Return 18 Oct 2004
A Second World War Veteran from Bristol has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to France in September of this year. Funding has also been provided for a carer to travel with the Veteran.
Increased Community Advice Provision 07 Sep 2004
The three year grant will contribute towards the salaries of two workers at this advice centre together with their running expenses, training, travel and line-management costs.
Consultation process. 02 Sep 2004
This residents' association will commission a professional consultant to carry out a user survey and funding strategy for a new community building.
2 showcase events 07 Oct 2004
A range of production and performance opportunities will be provided for local people of all ages through the staging of two live showcase events to coincide with 2004 Afrikan History month and 2005 Bath Literature Festival.
Outreach Christmas Charity Concert 07 Oct 2004
As part of a new outreach programme into schools, the award will pay for a joint concert, following choral workshops, with three primary schools and a steel band.
Community Centre 11 Jan 2005
The grant will contribute to a five million pound regeneration scheme to build a new Community Centre on an existing youth club site in Queens Road, Withywood. The new multi-purpose Centre will serve the whole community and greatly enhance the area providing a focus for young people and older people in particular. The range of services includes a new Health Clinic, crèche and internet access, training, and activities run by statutory providers and over 30 community and voluntary groups.
Develop Community Groups 11 Jan 2005
The project will develop a programme of community arts activities in the Lawrence Weston area of Bristol. This will include video, music technology, visual arts and several community events.