- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 03 Mar 1997
- Latest award date
- 26 Sep 2018
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Dame Emily Gateway Club 10 Jun 2015
The group will use the funding to transport disabled people to the social club. This will reduce isolation for beneficiaries enabling them to participate in a range of recreational activities.
Empower, Engage, Inspire - Youth Ambassadors 20 Jan 2016
The group will use the funding to recruit volunteers to campaign against bullying among young people. This will raise awareness of bullying, build young peopleâ€™s positive self-images, resilience and personal development, impact on education, employment and the wider community.
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.
Propagation Place: Phase 2 08 Mar 2017
This group will use the funding to develop an accessible community garden space where older people and people with limited mobility, learning difficulties or mental health problems can take part in gardening activities. This will encourage people to engage in horticulture and improve community engagement.
The project aims to help people of all ages with learning difficulties, disabilities or mental health problems to lead more independent lives through a range of engaging activities and volunteering opportunities on the farm. Accredited training in animal care and horticulture, therapeutic outdoor experiences, peer to peer mentoring and practical training placements will be on offer. A social enterprise will also be piloted so volunteers can put new skills gained into practice.
Volunteer Training Event 28 Sep 2016
This is a project by a charity in Bristol, that will benefit people across England. The group will use the funding to deliver training for its volunteers that will enable the organisation to improve how it supports its service users who are experiencing long term medical problems. This will build capacity for this organisationâ€™s outreach work.
Scrapstore Playpod 23 Sep 2015
The group will use the funding to purchase play equipment for the school playground for children who are unhealthy due to a lack of physical activity. This will encourage the children to engage in active play which will lead to healthier lifestyles.
Good Food Matters for Older People 17 Jan 2017
An expansion of the Soil Associationâ€™s Food for Life programme, this project uses good food to reduce isolation and improve the nutrition and wellbeing of older people. Food for Life Better Care will work directly with older people to develop and tailor programmes to reflect the different needs in three areas across the UK; Edinburgh, Calderdale and Kirklees and Leicester City and Leicestershire. Older people in care settings, hospitals and their own homes will be supported to eat and enjoy food together.
The group will use the funding to install a new play facility for extra-curricular use by pupils and the wider community in this economically challenged area. This will encourage collaborative, inclusive play and improve community facilities.
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.
Broomhill Juniorâ€™s Play Project 10 Jun 2015
The group will use the funding to install a play pod resource for pupils who live in a community that lacks safe outdoor facilities and is experiencing the effects of antisocial behaviour. This will create new opportunities for children to engage in positive play activities.
Easton's 'Better Together' Project 01 Feb 2017
This group will use the funding to install a range of outdoor equipment for use by children and the community. This will allow children and adults from different cultural backgrounds to build strong relationships and develop their English and literacy skills, which will improve their employment prospects.
Listening to Knowle CIP StreetSpace 24 Aug 2016
This project will use the funding to engage with young people who are outside employment and education and at risk of becoming involved in antisocial behaviour. This will enable the organisation and beneficiaries to highlight and address the issues which impact on their lives, improving their quality of life, integration with the rest of the community and future chances.
The group will use the funding to launch a child and family support service for brain injured children and their families. This will provide varied support and information to whole families.
Farm Flavours 18 Jan 2017
This charity will use the funding to run healthy food and cookery workshops for the benefit of vulnerable and disadvantaged families living locally. Health and well-being will be improved and opportunities for healthier eating will be enhanced.
Woodland Wonder 24 Jun 2015
The group will use the funding to provide education, recreation and therapy through engaging families from the local community to develop a derelict area into a playful wooded space that will be a resource for ongoing activities. This will increase community usage of public places and improve family skills.
The group will use the funding to provide one to one support and group based learning sessions for children and young people at risk of exclusion. This will improve the education attainment, well being and future prospects of the young people.
Energy Accessibility SErvice (EASE) 29 Jul 2015
This project will support disabled people across the South West who live in cold homes, struggle to pay for their fuel and water bills or need additional assistance to stay warm at home. In-depth, personalised one-to-one support will be provided to clients through home-visits, outreach events, advice surgeries and follow-up help. Practical support will be provided to understand energy use, systems, bills and to deal with fuel debt. Energy efficiency measures will also be carried out in homes where possible.
The group will use the funding to train volunteers who will then be better equipped with skills to tackle issues of loneliness in the community. The project aims to help reduce social isolation, particularly amongst older people.