- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 03 Mar 1997
- Latest award date
- 01 Aug 2018
- Total GBP grants
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- Largest GBP award
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- Total Non-GBP grants
Core costs including volunteer training and purchase of literature for a branch of a bereavement support charity, over the period of a year.
Work amongst hard to reach minority communities who are at risk of honour-based violence.
Grant to Grimsby and Cleethorpes Area Doorstep 23 Mar 2016
To provide access to affordable, safe accommodation for your people and young families at risk of homelessness or in need of stable accommodation
Grant to P3 (Prison Partnerships Projects) 23 Jan 2009
The costs of running the Positive Women Placement Programme - a life skills and personal development course for young mums with partners serving a custodial sentence
Grant to Sudden Productions 23 Mar 2009
Developing piece of theatre with 10 young women who experienced adolescent domestic violence. The play will be performed in local schools.
Move to Public Hall 11 Mar 2016
Audlem Youth Club aims to provide quality youth provision which is fun and educational, in a safe friendly environment. Their project provides young people, within the village and surrounding areas, opportunities to develop new skills that will benefit the community as a whole.The grant enabled the Club to meet the costs to make an interim move to the Audlem Public Hall enabling it to grow and develop in readiness for the dedicated rooms being available in a new building in 2017.
LED Lighting 11 Mar 2016
3rd Warrington East Scout Group develops new life skills with young girls and boys between 6-18 years old. The project was to improve the facilities for the scouts as well as for other community groups. The grant support enabled the cost of LED lighting in various areas of the scout hut.
Just Drop In is established for the Benefit the young people of Macclesfield and surrounding areas providing a welcoming and comfortable centre hosted by volunteers from the community, providing assistance and information relating to their needs, expert advice and access to information related to education, employment, training, housing, health, benefits and leisure matters. The project will provide a qualified and experienced young person’s Counsellor to Tytherington High School for 10 hours a week to support young people attending the school. The grant will pay for the salary costs of the Coordinator, plus a small amount of resources.
Musical Theatre days 27 Jul 2016
Clonter Farm Music Trust is a small rural charity, offering unique training and performance opportunities for singers at the start of their professional careers and to bring opera, operetta and musical theatre to children who might otherwise never experience this art form. The project is a contribution towards the Musical Theatre Days for over 700 school children from 18 Schools in Cheshire with 11 having a specific focus on areas of low engagement with the arts or have a high proportion of children on free school meals. The Cheshire Community Foundation grant will focus on the areas of low engagement and free school meals, making a contribution to artists, staffing and management costs.
Rewriting the story of children across Cheshire 27 Jul 2016
Beanstalk is the national literacy charity that recruits,trains and supports volunteers to work in primary schools with children who are struggling with their reading ability and confidence. The projct provides on-going support for thirteen reading helpers, who, in turn, will each provide reading support sessions twice weekly for 40 disadvantaged children in Cheshire over the course of a year. The grant will pay for the operating costs to deliver the service.
Audlem Public Hall Annexe (APHAx) 27 Jul 2016
Audlem Public Hall Management Committee run the newly refurbished public hall. The project focuses on getting the new Youth Club facility up and running in the new building. The grant will be used to purchase equipment and furniture within a new annexe to the community building.
Fallen Angels Dance Theatre (FADT) is a non-discriminatory dance theatre company that works with people to support them in recovery from addiction in all its harmful forms, through promoting creativity and self-expression,The project will support 12-15 disadvantaged adults recovering from addiction to participate in a creative contemporary dance workshops and performance. The grant will pay for staffing, performers, venue hire and materials.
Youth Vibe Cheshire (YVC) 11 Nov 2016
Deafness Support Network (DSN) provide a range of services for profoundly deaf and hearing impaired people of all ages. The project will enhance DSN's youth service, to enable young deaf and hearing impaired people to access a range of activities that would not normally be accessible to them - including bowling, ice skating, archery, film nights residential trips. This will be achieved by providing the right support around the young people including BSL interpretation, to enable them to access and enjoy these activities. The grant will pay for activity costs.
Back to the Future Part 1 21 Sep 2016
Redshift Radio is a Community Radio Station with a base in Nantwich. The Back to the Future project encourages and facilitates under 20's to meet & build relationships with over 70s, through a range of fun activities, capturing off-air AudioCasts, giving a life-long legacy from the project. The grant is for Part 1 of the project (4 months) and will pay for activities that bring young & old together.
Social Skills Club 10 Nov 2016
Space4Autsim provide support and activities for children on the autistic spectrum. They currently run three, oversubscribed, social skills clubs for children with Autistic Spectrum conditions aged from 5 to 18. The project will launch a new, fortnightly club for 8 to 11 year olds to provide the young people with greater opportunities to develop their confidence and self-esteem, learn and improve communication skills and have fun. The grant pays for staffing and running costs for the new club.
NSPCC Cheshire Schools Service 10 Nov 2016
The NSPCC exists to listen, help and take immediate action to protect any child in danger of abuse.The NSPCC Schools Service and “Speak out. Stay safe” programme will ensure that an entire generation of children throughout Cheshire has the knowledge, the confidence and the understanding to prevent abuse and to keep safe from harm. A partnership between the NSPCC, Cheshire schools and a team of local, trained volunteers, will ensure that primary schools in the region are provided with key safety messages direct to the children themselves. The project will accomplish a real step change in the fight to protect children in our community from neglect and sexual, physical and emotional abuse. The grant makes a contribution towards staffing, running and volunteer costs to deliver the project.
Girls team playing shirts 08 Dec 2016
Lindow Cricket Club, on the outskirts of Wlmslow is a Cheshire Cricket club which provides opportunities for physical activity, volunteering, gaining confidence and increased social inclusion. As girls cricket is still relatively rare in the area, they successfully started running girls-only cricket sessions in 2016 and aim to retain the current girls and grow participation further in 2017. To help build the girl's engagement with the club and the sport they identified a need for the girls to design their own playing shirts, for matches in 2017. The grant will provide 30 kits for girls.