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Wellington Street Pastors 24 Jun 2016

Core funding for street pastors.

Amount: £1,000
Funder: Somerset Community Foundation
Recipient: Wellington Street Pastors

Lighting replacement and upgrade 21 Sep 2016

Hall lighting needs upgrading to meet current regulations and enable the hall to be used fully.

Amount: £1,000
Funder: Somerset Community Foundation
Recipient: Ashcott Village Hall

IT equipment for Bridgwater Parent Support Group 14 Oct 2016

IT equipment for Bridgwater Parent Support Group

Yeovil Men's Shed 17 Feb 2017

Mens Shed' project where people come together to take part in practical and social activities.

Amount: £1,000
Funder: Somerset Community Foundation
Recipient: Yeovil Men's Shed

Alternatives Trust East London - 6 10 May 2016

Hardship grant

Amount: £1,000
Funder: London Catalyst
Recipient: Alternatives Trust East London

Bonny Downs Community Association - 4 29 Sep 2016

Hardship Fund

Amount: £800
Funder: London Catalyst
Recipient: Bonny Downs Community Association

Albert Kennedy Trust - 3 08 Dec 2016

Hardship Fund

Amount: £1,000
Funder: London Catalyst
Recipient: Albert Kennedy Trust
Amount: £1,000
Funder: London Catalyst
Recipient: Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability

London Pathway - 4 05 Sep 2017

Hardship Fund

Amount: £1,000
Funder: London Catalyst
Recipient: London Pathway

Security Lights 23 Feb 2017

To purchase 14 LED security lights and to enhance the existing old lights.

Adding extra sport and healthy living 18 Apr 2016

The money would help towards equipment needed to encourage the children to get involved in the sporting activities. We have one goal post, but a second would be helpful. Also hockey and badminton equipment would encourage more participation. We already have good table tennis facilities. It would be good also to encourage some of our junior leaders to take coaching awards. The snacks and cooking would be enhanced with a greater variety of ingredients and cooking equipment. The food bank provides us with some food- but resources to buy in other healthy ingredients would increase the variety on offer.

Youth Group 18 Apr 2016

The project aims to provide a targeted, weekly, safe, group for children who have a parent in prison to pursue interests, opportunities to experience success, increase children’s self-efficacy, self-esteem and develop support networks within their community. The project will use sport to break down barriers and encourage peer support in order to reduce the stigma of parental imprisonment. Which should enable children to explore feelings and emotions attached to this intensely traumatic experience and empower children to consider their aspirations and goals to promote positive outcomes in both the short and long term.

AllSorts 01 Jun 2016

The grant will go towards funding transport costs for our volunteers, so that they may assist our Athletes to get involved in the sporting activities we provide. KEEN aims to give a 1:1 volunteer to Athlete ratio, so that the Athlete's needs are catered for and so that they have the undivided attention of someone providing encouragement, assistance and reassurance. This gives them the best opportunity to feel the benefit of participating in sport and developing socially as well. In order to ensure volunteer numbers, we supply transport to the venue we use in Autumn and Winter months.

Amount: £1,000
Funder: Oxfordshire Community Foundation
Recipient: Keen
Region: South Central
District: Oxford District

Response Giving 14 Nov 2016

One of our aims is to bring enjoyment to people coping with sever mental illness. Many are not able to access ordinary social activities because of the devastating effect severe mental illness has. Often their lives are totally transformed in a horrible way and they are unable to continue with their plans. This knowledge can be very depressing. "Response giving" aims to organise fun events and pleasurable activities in places they are familiar with and so they can relax and enjoy. One of these is our "fun BBQ" in the grounds of one of the homes. We have various activities - tombola, raffle, mystery lucky dip, "guess the name of grandma bear" as well as a delicious BBQ. All very inexpensive to our guests. All this costs money and we are always looking at ways to make it even happier. With your grant we could hire some live music for a simple sing along and we could hire and entertainer. We need a gazebo or two. All this would make huge difference to this project.

Beard Employees Working with TVP and Nasio Trust 24 Jan 2017

Beard Employees Working with TVP and Nasio Trust. The possibility of sending young members of the company to Africa to perform building work. It was agreed to make a donation of £1,000 to Nasio Trust to help fund continuing support of young people from difficult background when they return from Africa.

Public access defibrillator 07 Nov 2017

Public access defibrillator