- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 06 Jan 2016
- Latest award date
- 20 Dec 2016
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The Harbour & Comic Relief - support for vulnerable people facing life-threatening illness 30 Nov 2016
The Harbour & Comic Relief - support for vulnerable people facing life-threatening illness
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.
SARI - Every Victim Matters 04 Apr 2016
The project will provide support, advice and advocacy for people experiencing the emotional, mental and physical trauma of racist abuse and hate crime incl prejudice against disability, homophobic, trans-phobic, and faith. The scheme, which aims to support 400 people, will provide group and one to one to support to build resilience, networks and coping strategies, and will also raise awareness and promote understanding to organisations and local communities.
Make it Happen pilot 29 Jun 2016
The group will use the funding to deliver a coaching and support programme to 60 people at risk of becoming homeless. This will enable beneficiaries the opportunity to build resilience and give them better chances for the future.
Future 4 Me 04 Dec 2016
The funding will support a project called Future 4 Me that aims to support and engage young people leaving care and custody. Working alongside regional and national partners, the project will specifically target those who are most disengaged and mistrusting of services including people who are at risk of homelessness, social exclusion and exploitation.
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.
Back in the Kitchen 18 May 2016
The group will use the funding to provide cookery classes and custom and tradition workshops for older people. This will bring beneficiaries together allowing them to improve their skills, share experiences and to socialise with their peers.
Computer Learning for Older People 30 Nov 2016
This project will run computing courses for older people. This will provide opportunities for socialising and enable isolated people living in the outer suburbs to learn new skills and improve their wellbeing.
Progression 26 Oct 2016
This project will provide a programme of personal development activities that will focus on supporting people who have English as a second language. This will bring the community together and equip people with improved life skills.
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.
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.
Celebrating Dhek Bhal's Milestone 11 Aug 2016
This project will use the funding to produce and short film about the lives of the South Asian older people and hold an event to celebrate their achievements. This will provide cultural awareness to local people and encourage community cohesion.
Keynsham Festival of Nature 2017 15 Sep 2016
The organisation will use the funding for a community celebration of the natural world. The event will offer a variety of open-air interactive activities, talks and workshops including digital conversations, maximising intergenerational communication.
Picnic in the Park 2016 11 Aug 2016
The organisation will use the funding to run the annual community festival. This will provide a day of entertainment for all people in the local area.
Just Ask 03 Mar 2016
A project to support young people aged 16-24 in hardship crisis, the project will include access to a range of specialist and general advice, legal advice, training and support. The scheme will also train peer mentors, including youth advice navigators to help beneficiaries access vital support to reduce poverty, improve health and wellbeing, increase financial capability and improve resilience and self empowerment.
The organisation will use the funding to hold a summer picnic for newly arrived asylum seekers as well as more established refugees. This will enable the organisation to celebrate the impact and contributions refugees have brought to the city by holding a large social event.
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.
Nursery School Outdoor Learning Project 20 Jul 2016
The group will use the funding to improve the schoolâ€™s play and learning environment for nursery and preschool children. This will enable young children to play in a stimulating outdoor setting in all weathers, contributing to healthier lifestyle.
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.