- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 27 Apr 2000
- Latest award date
- 16 Nov 2016
- Total GBP grants
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- Largest GBP award
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Volunteer Training and Development 15 Jul 2011
The 'Volunteer Training and Development' project will use the grant to train 20 new bereavement support volunteers. With an increasing number of clients, Cruse Belfast will assist and support all volunteers including development of Supervisors with additional training sessions.
Volunteer Recognition and Development Front 11 Feb 2010
The group is a volunteer based group which offers support, and, promotes well being for people who are bereaved. The project is to organise a volunteer recognition and development event.
Training for bereavement support volunteers 02 May 2013
This is a project by a voluntary organisation based in St Albans working across Hertfordshire. The organisation will use the funding to update the training of existing volunteers to retain their skills and recruit and train additional volunteers to meet an expanding demand for its service. This will increase the capacity of the organisation to provide counselling to bereaved people.
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.
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.
The group provides support to those who have lost a loved one by offering advice, information and counselling services. The project will use the grant to provide vital training for volunteers to expand on existing services.
Providing New Training Initiatives 26 Apr 2012
This is a project by a charity in Somerset. The group will use the funding to provide new training initiatives for their volunteers. This will enable them to expand and develop their service to allow them to help more clients, and enhance the skills of the volunteers.
This is a project by a voluntary organisation in Kent. The organisation will use the funding to cover transport and training costs to support the work of their existing and new bereavement volunteers. This will provide training for new volunteers to update their skills and provide bereavement services to the wider community including children and young people.
A New Way of Working 09 Jun 2016
Project Summary : Cruse Bereavement Care Morgannwg in Swansea will use the grant to train volunteers in telephone support. This grant for Â£3,765 will fund bereavement training, telephone training, admin costs, travel expenses and volunteer expenses.
Volunteer Training and Development 03 Nov 2011
The group which offers support and promotes well being for people who are bereaved throughout NI, will use their grant to hold a number of training events for their volunteers.
This organisation in Huddersfield will use the award to develop further a support service to people who have suffered bereavement through a network of trained volunteers. This will also include training courses for three groups of volunteers.
Cruse Hertfordshire, Training Needs Support 11 Feb 2010
This registered charity serving Hertfordshire will use a grant to meet their growing training needs in the face of an increasing demand for bereavement services. The project will train volunteers to facilitate group work and to deliver support to relatives of military personnel. By strengthening the skills of volunteers in these and other areas, it will enable the group to offer a higher quality of bereavement support across the community.
Supporting Bereaved Childern and Young People 26 May 2011
Cruse Bereavement Care, Cardiff & The Vale Branch will recruit and train volunteers to provide a confidential counselling support service to bereaved children and young people. The project meets the Awards for All aim of 'extending access and participation'. This grant for £5,000 will fund the cost of 2 trainers, recruitment of volunteers training materials, administration costs and refreshments.
Valuing and Supporting Bereavement Volunteers 09 Nov 2016
This project will deliver training for volunteers who support the needs of people experiencing the effects of bereavement, increasing the support available.
Volunteer and staff training project 08 Nov 2006
The group provides individual and group support and care services. The project is to provide training and to maintain current provision of services through quality volunteering.
This branch of Cruse Bereavement Care will run a course for 15-20 people living nearby who would like to become trained in bereavement counselling. Afterwards, the young people can become volunteer counsellors enabling the branch to support an extra 50 people per annum.
Conference: Caring for the life that's left 27 May 2010
This is a project by a charitable group based in Nottinghamshire. The group will use the funding to send volunteers to a national conference in bereavement care to access specialist information and training. This will enable volunteers working for the group to develop the relevant skills to provide support to people who have lost a loved one.
Telephone Support Training 30 Oct 2013
Cruse Bereavement Care will deliver a training scheme to their volunteers who will provide a bereavement service via telephone. This meets the Awards for All aim of Improving quality of life. This grant for £3,000 will pay for external trainer costs, venue hire, materials and equipment and volunteer travel expenses.
Cruse Bereavement Care: South Humber Area 13 Nov 2013
This is a project by a registered charity in North East Lincolnshire. The organisation will use the funding to train volunteers in bereavement support in order to deliver advice and support to bereaved people within the community. The group will also increase the number of volunteers. This will enable the group to deal with increase demand for their support and to deliver a better quality of service to those in need.
Cruse Bereavement Care will hold a National conference for their volunteers and relevant voluntary organisations where they will launch a new awareness in bereavement care course for volunteers who support children and young people. This will enable participants to learn new practices and create new networks which will help meet additional demands for their services. The project meets the Awards for All aim of 'increasing skills and creativity'.