- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 02 May 2002
- Latest award date
- 01 Aug 2018
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Longbarn Park 28 Jul 2016
Friends of Longbarn Park was set up to maintain and enhance the appearance of the Park for the benefit of the local community.The project will provide volunteering opportunities for older people within the context of an intergenerational project to maintain Lonbarn Park. The grant will purchase a range of tools for volunteer working parties at the park ie, spades, shovels, bow saws, loppers, pruners, rakes, litter pickers, forks, bag loop holders, provide safety wear ie, forestry helmets, ear defenders, safety goggles, and rigger gloves plus fuel costs and public liability insurance.
See Me Development Project 27 Sep 2016
Building on the work funded last year, the organisation has produced a report called See Me. This work would follow up on this, seeking to build a partnership around the development of over 19 provision, including a drop in centre.
A Smarter Bridge 15 Jun 2018
Initiated by MX3D, Autodesk and science partners this project will make the world's first 3-D printed steel bridge also the world’s most connected and interactive structure. A “living laboratory” in the heart of Amsterdam. Connecting, Gathering and Interpreting BIG Data to monitor the structure's health real time and create data solutions based on machine learning..
Towards Butterfly Wild in the Community 29 Jan 2016
Towards Butterfly Wild in the Community
Children and Family Workers Team 25 May 2016
Funding towards our Children and Family Workers Team in order to sustain this team over the next 3 years. The Children and Family Workers team makes a big difference to families and the local community in terms of encouraging families to spend time together and build family relationships.
Tap to the App 01 Jun 2016
Music in Hospitals Scotland believe that living in a care home should be a positive experience for people. But for many life in a care home is one of repetition and isolation. Tap to the App will enable older people in care home settings to develop the digital skills to build and share personalised concert programmes and evaluate the live concerts delivered. Skills gained will be navigating an app, email, digital photos and form filling. A part-time project co-ordinator will be employed to engage with residents in the homes and train volunteers. Using tablets the co-ordinator will support individuals to identify music and compile their concert lists and email these for inclusion in the concert. After the concert they will be assisted to complete an online feedback form, such as QuickTapSurvey, which also includes a facility for them to capture photos to include in this. Tap to the App will provide not only the digital skills and confidence, disguised in a fun and practical activity, but a means to reconnect with those around them.
We're Covered 19 Dec 2016
The organisation will purchase weather proof pitch covers for the green areas of their club to ensure they are kept in good condition for community activities.
The organisation will use the funding to install a soft surfaced court area at the school. This will enable the organisation to provide a suitable environment for children to confidently engage with physical activities and sports, thus alleviating concerns regarding high instances of childhood obesity, high cholesterol, high blood pressure and pre-diabetes in the area.
Inspire Me 24 Aug 2016
The project will deliver an extracurricular mentoring programme to help improve the physical and mental wellbeing of young people who are vulnerable or have special educational needs (SEN).
A Vision for County Durham 08 Jul 2015
The funding will be used to provide a range of activities linked to healthy living and wellbeing, including cookery and arts and crafts sessions. It will also enable the organisations to support more people and broaden its reach throughout County Durham.
The group will use the funding to create opportunities for community volunteering roles for disadvantaged people who are experiencing a range of complex needs. This will encourage social engagement for difficult to reach beneficiaries.
The group will use the funding to purchase a wooden log cabin building to facilitate training sessions and on site social events at their allotments. This will improve the facility, increasing knowledge, skills and allowing more people to use it.
Healthy Start Project 03 Feb 2016
The group will use the funding to develop a mini fitness trail, sensory zone and a â€˜messyâ€™ playtime area. This will provide a range of engaging and stimulating areas for children to develop their confidence.
The organisation will use the funding to install new fencing and soft surfacing to the outdoor play space, and new play equipment. This will improve the amenity of the outdoor play space and create a safer environment for children with more complex physical difficulties.
The club are using the grant of Â£9,150 to make improvements to their building, which is used as a community facility for a range of activities.