- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 03 Mar 1997
- Latest award date
- 22 Mar 2018
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Funding will be used to celebrate the organisationâ€™s relocation to its own, new building on the grounds of the local school â€“ a move that has been 30 years in the making. The event will enable the organisation to bring together the families they have worked with in the past, as well as families they currently work with, alongside members of the community who have given their time and expertise to the project.
Bristol Refugee Rights Play Project 12 Sep 2017
Towards the cost of delivering a play audit (assessment of play facilities and opportunities) a set of training, mentoring sessions for staff at the new Bristol Refugee Rights nursery.
Grant to Children are Butterflies 04 Aug 2017
Help us care for families who have lost a child at the worst time in their lives, providing financial support for funeral costs.
Isle of Wight Young People's Inclusion Project 21 May 2004
The society will encourage children and young people to learn a musical instrument and take part in musical performances. Local children regardless of socio-economic background or location will be provided with an opportunity to participate in musical workshops led by a professional. The project will establish long-term music making opportunities for these children.
Think Children Drop In Sessions 18 Feb 2008
An award for a project by Think Children in Nottinghamshire to facilitate lunch time drop-in sessions for children aged 4-11 in six local schools. The sessions aim to deal with issues surrounding bullying, anger, low self esteem and relationships. The grant will include funding for emotional well-being facilitator fees, travel, communication and office support.
C.A.T.S (Children Active Together Safely) 23 Sep 2008
This group will use funding to deliver a eight-week programme of activities to five small community groups. The activities will relate to the Every Child Matters agenda and will include workshops on healthy eating, physical exercise, arts, crafts and drama. The project will target children and young people who have additional needs and have been affected by anti-social behaviour or domestic violence.
The Children's Gate Sign Time Outreach 18 Feb 2010
This group will use an award to expand its Baby Signing and music sessions to new areas across Cumbria. This will provide access for new mothers and their children to sessions which will improve communication skills amongst one another using music and signing.
Multi-Sensory Area 21 Aug 2004
This centre provide afforable day care for children with parents on a low income, providing a inclusive service for children with special needs and opportunities for children to lean and develop through play and interaction. The centre aims to establish a multi sensory area which would benefit children with special needs. Sensory in box kit (#1655), 4xflexi pillow (#776), 2 fold away gym mat (#384), 2 trike small (#306), 2xtrike med (#329(, 2xtrike large (#353)
Towards a project in primary schools for children with social, emotional and behavioural problems in Nottinghamshire.
This three year project in the Batticaloa District of Sri Lanka will support children with physical and mental disabilities and their families. No localised facilities for children with disabilities exist since the area was ravaged by the Tsunami in December 2004. This project will set up five satellite centres offering similar services in Odamavadi, Vakarai, Palchenai, Panichankemy and Puliankandadi which are all to the north of Batticaloa where there are currently no facilities.
The Children's Gate Baby Sign Time 19 Sep 2008
The children's gate provide opportunities for active play, to encourage early years development, especially in communication between parents and their children. The project will provide weekly baby sign-language sessions where children between the ages of six and 24 months and their parents will learn to communicate with each other using this technique. The award includes funding for sessional teaching, stationery and equipment.