- Total grants
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- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 06 Jan 2016
- Latest award date
- 20 Dec 2016
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Peer Support Plus 27 Jul 2016
This is the expansion of a project reducing loneliness and isolation for disabled people in Bristol, South Gloucestershire, North and North East Somerset, and Bath. Meetings, drop-in sessions and activities will be offered by volunteers, many of whom are disabled and have used the service. There is also a helpline to signpost people to specialist information and support. A new strand of the project will be a telephone befriending service to make the first steps towards people accessing face-to-face support.
Positive Voices 01 Jun 2016
This project will support people who are newly diagnosed with HIV or struggling with their diagnosis in Bristol, South Gloucestershire and North Somerset. People will receive an assessment to help recognise their strengths and achieve their goals. There will be regular one-to-one support from others with direct experiences of HIV, and signposting to other services. There will also be workshops about understanding HIV, treatment options, telling others about the diagnosis, sex and relationships.
TPP1- Celebrating Asylum Seekers and Refugees 29 Mar 2016
They will run a mentoring scheme to support asylum seekers and refugees in the local area. People will receive training to improve their listening skills and understanding of others so they can help an asylum seeker or refugee to deal with the many challenges they face in successfully integrating into the community, such as applying for jobs, learning English and finding housing. There will also be a public exhibition to raise awareness of why some people are forced to seek sanctuary.
A Big Cheet for 30 Years! 29 Sep 2016
This project will use the funding to bring the whole community together to celebrate its 30th anniversary. A programme of free community workshops will be delivered culminating in a celebration event to include entertainment, intergenerational story telling and a horticultural show.
Project Resilience 19 Oct 2016
This project targets women survivors of modern slavery and human trafficking, offering a full range of support to women at all stages of their journey from point of rescue through to independent living. The service is delivered on a two tier process starting with WATER (Womenâ€™s Emergency Anti-Trafficking Refuge), an eight-bed secure safe house where beneficiaries can access crisis management to help them deal with the trauma associated with enslavement.
Even More Wildly Different 21 Sep 2016
The project supports children and young people in care or living in difficult circumstances due to low income, disadvantage and discrimination. Beneficiaries will take part in a range of activities designed to increase confidence, self-esteem and life skills which will improve their life chances. These include outdoor days away and residential trips, one to one support and community activities. The project will also work with and support their families.
Bedminster Diversity Day 11 Nov 2016
This project will deliver a community meal and street entertainment for 500 residents from the local community and a range of black minority ethnic (BME) groups. This will bring the community together and celebrate different cultures in response to the increased xenophobia in the area.
Brighton Pebbles Gothic Mansion Holiday 29 Jun 2016
The group will use the funding to provide a week long residential break for children who are disabled and their families. This will offer families a break and the opportunity to come together for support and help, reducing isolation among families.
The World In Lights - Church Road Lantern Parade 14 Sep 2016
This project will use the funding to deliver a lantern parade activity that will focus upon challenging issues surrounding social isolation. This will bring the community together and celebrate diversity.
Blaise Weston Court Community Project 25 Aug 2016
The organisation will use the funding to hold three celebratory events, including a music day, a community day celebrating local groups and services, and a cross-generational party for all of the community. This will enable the organisation to bring different generations together, make people aware of the local groups and services in the area and promote community cohesion.
Focus on Weston 11 Nov 2016
This project will create an event for community groups, associations and societies to showcase their activities. It will help inform people of local opportunities and bring the community together, including intergenerational activities for families and groups.
Culture, Identity and Inclusion 25 Feb 2016
The group will use the funding to celebrate the lives and contributions of refugee and asylum seekers through cultural exchange workshops and cultural feasts for people, particularly from Kurdish, Roma, Colombian and Somali backgrounds. This will bring people together in cultural celebrations, increase understanding and reduce isolation.
WGI stage 2 22 Mar 2016
Around 230 women who are trapped in, or vulnerable to street sex work will be supported to break free and build new lives away from violence, poverty and addiction. They will be reached through a women only drop-in centre, and night outreach, operated from a van which goes out to the women working on the street to provide a safe haven and practical support. Caseworkers will empower women to take control of their lives and provide them with support for as long as they need.
40th Anniversary Celebration Day 18 Aug 2016
The organisation will use the funding to hold a party on the farm site to celebrate their 40th anniversary year. This will enable the organisation to bring people together, lift peopleâ€™s spirits and instil a feeling of pride.
The group will use the funding to create a feasibility study to research alternative foodbank provision for people in crisis. This will develop the full potential of offering complete healthy cooked meals and affordable cookery learning to beneficiaries.
A Place at the Table 29 Sep 2016
This project will use the funding to deliver a community food and feasting day event including cookery workshops, talks, demonstrations and music. This will bring the diverse community together in a celebration of good food, socialising and eating together.
Families on the edge of destitution will receive tailored support so that they donâ€™t need to tell their stories multiple times to different agencies when they try to access help. The project will work with a network of 77 city-wide organisations who will refer vulnerable clients. Help will vary from meeting their basic needs through to longer-term support to stabilise their circumstances including accommodation and nutritional guidance for those at high risk of malnutrition.
Lawrence Weston Community Hub 26 Jul 2016
This grant will be used to develop plans for a new community hub for local residents. This will include community spaces, alongside health and support services, and aims to offer activities like fitness classes, cookery and healthy eating workshops. The funding will contribute to professional fees and surveys.
Listening to Knowle CIP StreetSpace 24 Aug 2016
This project will use the funding to engage with young people who are outside employment and education and at risk of becoming involved in antisocial behaviour. This will enable the organisation and beneficiaries to highlight and address the issues which impact on their lives, improving their quality of life, integration with the rest of the community and future chances.