- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 13 May 2004
- Latest award date
- 29 Nov 2017
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Volunteer Reading Help in the Midlands 03 Jan 2013
This is a project by a charity in Digbeth, Birmingham. The group will use the funding to purchase a range of new books and games to support their volunteer reading helpers, who provide one to one support sessions to young people having difficulties reading. This will help improve childrens literacy skills and educational attainment.
Volunteer Organiser and Trainer 23 May 2008
This is a reapplication as a result of the merger between SIFA and Fireside in December 2007. There is no change to the original aims and outcomes and the project will be delivered as per the original agreement. The project is to provide a volunteer and member helper co-ordinator to co-ordinate the 120 volunteers that work in the drop in and assist with the resettlement project. The project will provide a well organised scheme that offers training, support and exit strategies for volunteers.
Volunteer and Member-Helper Co-ordinator 13 Jun 2007
This new project, based in Birmingham, is split into two parts which will be managed by a new volunteer co-ordinator. One aspect will focus on service users accessing a volunteering programme to increase employability while the other aspect will ensure effective systems are in place to manage the volunteers who support the delivery of services.
Officer equipment and volunteers expenses 13 Jul 2004
A project to benefit BME people with disabilities through the provision of additional volunteers and resources. The grant will pay for a digital camera, 2 x volunteer expenses, laptop computer and publicity costs.
Virtual Volunteering Birmingham 12 Oct 2016
The project will use the funding to revise their delivery of volunteering opportunities, via development of a web portal, installation of touch screen technology and launch of a live chat option. This will enable the group to offer a more effective service to people seeking volunteer roles.
This project will provide specialist training for volunteers working with people who have suffered bereavement. This will increase the skills, confidence and capacity of the group and its volunteers.
Community Events Volunteer Scheme 26 Apr 2012
This is a project by a voluntary organisation in Birmingham. The group will use funding to establish a network of community groups to recruit and train volunteers. This will develop the skills and experience of volunteers and improve the employability of individuals.
WPBF Volunteer Programme 10 Mar 2011
This is a project by a community organisation in Meriden, Coventry. The group will use the funding to create a volunteer pack for people not in education, training or employment, aged between 16-25. This will act as a framework for those who wish to engage in volunteering roles within up and coming sports and art based events.
A project to organise a recreational trip to Blackpool for members of this group, which supports the homeless, refugees and asylum seekers in Birmingham.The grant will pay for trip to Blackpool, photo and video camera, volunteers expenses, volunteer training and stationary.
Training Of Volunteers 02 Nov 2005
A project to develop an outreach service for this bereavement support group based in Birmingham. The grant will pay for volunteer training, supervision and a seminar for volunteers.
Health and Regeneration 01 Mar 2006
A project by this children's mentoring support network in Birmingham, to recruit 10 older volunteers as mentors to local disaffected children.
Bournville TimeBank 10 Jan 2007
A 'TimeBank' will encourage community volunteering in the Bournville, Northfield, Shenley and Selly Oak areas of Birmingham. Volunteer work will be recorded and exchanged for rewards such as training and work placements under the scheme which will improve intergenerational relationships and reduce isolation. Young people will be encouraged to take a more positive role within the community and elderly and disabled people will be urged to volunteer.
Our Place Kings Norton Volunteering Programme 13 Jan 2011
This community organisation in Birmingham will use funding to run a volunteering programme for local, unemployed people. This will give free office skills training to the participants and enrol new volunteers to the Information Hub. This in turn will help build the capacity of the organisation to help the local community.
Training, Accessibility and Health and Safety 23 Oct 2009
A project by this group in Northfield, Birmingham to set up a website, purchase a DVD player and purchase new seating. The website will be used to attract further volunteers, the DVD player will be used in courses to prepare new volunteers and attract potential volunteers, and the seating will be used to replace old seats.
Aston Leadership Academy 08 Aug 2013
This is a project by a community organisation in Birmingham. The group will use the funding to deliver a volunteering programme that will create a volunteering and leadership academy. This will enable beneficiaries to improve their skills through volunteering, mentoring and training opportunities leading to enhanced employment prospects.
This continuation project will support communities with high unemployment in the West Midlands to develop skills and improve their chances of securing future work. The project will provide a community volunteer scheme. Following induction training in health and safety, equalities, fire safety and basic first aid, volunteers will support fire fighters and support staff with home safety checks and training exercises. The volunteers will help to build up a trust of authority with the wider migrant community.
The project will benefit existing members, volunteer helpers and group leaders and will celebrate the success of the community in running the community centre for the first year by holding an open day and community information fair. This will include displays and demonstrations by existing groups as well as workshops and the use of questionnaires to identify new activities and the volunteers to deliver them. There will also be a celebration event to acknowledge the work of the organisations volunteers.