- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 02 Feb 1998
- Latest award date
- 07 Apr 2018
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
the Volunteer Coordinator (Community Engagement Volunteer Project)
Active Pendle 06 Sep 2017
The group will promote their volunteering opportunities, and provide training and mentoring for the young volunteers. This will develop volunteers' skills and help to remove barriers to employment.
Uttlesford Volunteer Bureau 02 Nov 2006
The Volunteer Centre seeks to build on its success of the past five years (as Uttlesford Volunteer Bureau) by continuing its work in recruiting volunteers for voluntary organisations. The one year grant will fund the existing post of a Manager(15hrs), Deputy Manager (13hrs) which includes an increase of three hours, Administrative Officer (20hrs), running expenses, producing information, training and travel for staff and volunteers.
Accelerate 31 Jan 2008
The project will train a team of peer education volunteers to deliver talks and workshops in schools and youth organisations detailing the benefits of volunteering. The young people involved will be supported by a youth development worker and a dedicated youth volunteering website. The project will run for 3 years and train 50 peer education volunteers and encourage 400 young people into volunteering. The money will fund salaries and training costs.
Grant to Volunteer Centre Swindon 03 Feb 2011
the staffing for the 'Supported Volunteering' Project for mental health client groups including staff costs for a Volunteer Support Worker (x2) and Group Project Worker as well as volunteer expenses, volunteer training and room hire
This project promotes social integration, independence and skills development by supporting excluded groups into volunteering with help from a volunteer mentor. The project will be based in Sunderland and will also cover the outlying areas of Houghton, Hetton and Washington. A personal development plan will be drawn up to allow the beneficiary to identify aims and objectives to achieve through their volunteer placement.
This is a project by a charity in Southwark. They will use funding to recruit and train volunteers to work with other volunteers, and hold consultation and feedback events for voluntary organisations throughout London. This will help to streamline volunteer services, ensuring the voices of volunteers are heard with regards to key policy decisions that affect them.
This group provides a supported volunteering initiative to enable a wide range of people to participate in volunteering opportunities. The grant is for volunteer expenses, training costs, consultancy fees, publicity and printing.
Lambeth Volunteer Centre 05 Dec 2007
This project will develop volunteer infrastructure in Lambeth, improving the quality and increasing the quantity of volunteering. The project will establish a volunteer centre, which will meet six core functions; matching and referring volunteers to volunteer involving organisations, marketing volunteering, developing good practice among volunteer involving organisations, developing volunteering opportunities, policy response campaigning, and strategic development of volunteering.
Putting our Friends back into Volunteering 04 Oct 2016
This group helps people in the community into volunteering roles. This funding will be used by the group to recruit more volunteers.
Grant to Weymouth Community Volunteers 29 Jan 2014
Weymouth Community Volunteers provides training, volunteering opportunities and support to help disadvantaged adults to find paid work. This grant will fund an assistant to organise volunteering opportunities at events and support the volunteers involved.
Supported Volunteering Pilot 12 Oct 2005
The charitable group intends to run a supported volunteering project to assist people with disabilities and others to overcome barriers to volunteering. Volunteers will receive special support during the first month of their placements. In their new roles volunteers will gain skills and self-esteem, at the same time as providing useful assistance to local organisations.
Transfer of Volunteering E-link Project 01 Apr 2007
Volunteering England (VE) is a new organisation established as a result of a merger between Volunteering Development England and the National Centre for Volunteering (2004). This grant was originally awarded to the National Association of Volunteer Bureaux in 2003, and due to a name change in late 2003 and the merger in 2004 has changed identity twice within an 18 month period.
Volunteering Taster Sessions 23 Feb 2007
Volunteer Centre Midlothian's project will raise young people's confidence, independence, team building skills and sense of worth. Funded through the Big Lottery Fund's 'Young People's Fund' and delivered in Midlothian the project will provide volunteering opportunities for young people. These volunteering opportunities will range from single day placements to 12 week 'Volunteering Taster Sessions'.
This project will employ two development workers to work closely and develop relationships with local voluntary organisations in Sunderland. It aims to increase volunteer numbers, maintain up to date information on volunteering opportunities, and share good practice amongst volunteer involving organisations. The project will also facilitate and maintain the local Volunteer Forum, which provides members with advice and training.
Volunteer Development Programme 10 Oct 2007
This is a new project to employ a volunteer co-ordinator to manage and support existing volunteers at the Kidz R Us theatre group and encourage more volunteering by local people. The role of the volunteer co-ordinator will be to develop the organisation's volunteer policy, recruit new volunteers, identify and develop training programmes for volunteers and strengthen community involvement by creating opportunities for those who have not previously engaged in volunteering.
Oxfordshire Volunteer Befriending CIC 23 Feb 2017
£800 towards volunteer expenses to enable volunteers to travel to Carers houses and to training sessions and volunteer meetings. Many Carers live in isolated villages in Oxfordshire, which means volunteers travelling. Some of the volunteers live in villages too, so may have to travel to do their volunteering. £3,000 towards Coordinators Salary. £150 for advertising. This includes posters and leaflets. £400 for insurance for Public Liability for the Coordinator and Volunteers £350 for training. Most trainers charge £50 for a group session plus travel expenses £300 for overheads including Lighting, Heating, hire of meeting rooms for training sessions
To fund a Volunteer Co-ordinator's post
Grant to Volunteer Centre Swindon 19 Sep 2016
Volunteer Centre Swindon provides advice and guidance to anyone in and around Swindon wishing to volunteer. Funding was to support a programme to help engage older people in volunteering as a means of addressing social isolation.
The Aintree Model of Volunteering 10 Jan 2007
Volunteer work at Liverpool hospitals will help people marginalised through disability, unemployment or single parenthood find work. The volunteers will receive constant support from experienced volunteers to build their self esteem, confidence and social and life skills and will receive help to develop skills with job applications, CVs and interviews.