- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 12 Dec 1996
- Latest award date
- 24 Apr 2019
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Mindfulness in Breast Cancer Care 28 Jul 2016
The group will use the funding to deliver mindfulness sessions by a qualified mindfulness therapist. This will improve the mental health of the cancer patients, decrease their anxiety levels and improve their sleeping pattern.
Heart Reach 02 Nov 2016
This project will use the funding to support people recovering from mental health issues through art and craft activities. This will improve skills and employability chances through enterprise and increase confidence and wellbeing.
Sustainable Seisiuns 07 Sep 2016
This project will use the funding to train volunteers to create awareness of the Irish lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender(LGBT) community. This will build capacity for community engagement.
This project will install a canopy and a safe play area to provide an outdoor environment for children and the wider community. This will increase opportunities for outdoor and all weather play activities.
Music Changes Moods 14 Dec 2016
This project will use funding to provide music production and song writing workshops for children and young people. This will help young people to develop their creative and life skills and improve their emotional well-being and confidence.
The group will use the funding to help Somali women improve their chances in obtaining employment and developing their own enterprises by attending a seven week course. This will enable them to be more active citizens and more included within the community and develop their own skills and abilities and have better chances in life.
This is a project by a charity in Southwark, serving beneficiaries across the UK. The group will purchase a new database and improve communications for their service which supports chairs of charities, in order to cater for increased demand.
This project will use the funding to hold three events to celebrate diversity and multiculturalism. This intergenerational project will deliver a Christmas fair, a cultural exchange and skills celebration for women from a wide range of ethnic and diaspora groups (women from different cultures and regions now living in the same London community). The project aims to empower women through education and bring different women, girls and families together to increase community integration.
This project will provide a series of workshops for homeless young people. This will increase their self-esteem and social integration while reducing isolation.
HIV training, focusing on advocacy and its health aspects for volunteers from different cultural backgrounds including those living with the virus. It will enable people to support and signpost people to relevant services whilst increasing their ability to support and represent those affected by HIV.
No one gets left behind 19 Dec 2016
This project will use funding to provide fitness sessions, mentoring and training for young people who are involved in gangs or at risk of becoming involved. This will engage the young people in positive activities, leading to reduced anti-social and criminal behaviours.
Live Wise Teen Dating Violence Programs 25 Jan 2017
This project will provide preventative programs focusing on domestic violence in relation to teenage dating. This will improve the confidence of young women and allow them to plan their future and focus on reaching their full potential within school or college.
Touch Typing Club 29 Jun 2016
The group will use the funding to offer after school touch typing classes for children and young people with special needs. This will enable them to gain a new skill which benefits their development and chances in life.
The group will use the funding to create workshop sessions for parents and carers of disabled children from BAMER communities. This will reduce their isolation, provide information and support and help them engage with other community members.
Independent Lifestyles 03 Mar 2016
Support for people in crisis to meet their immediate needs, resolve problems and provide a platform of stability and support enabling people to take control. They will provide all year round crisis support to homeless people, at risk of losing their home, or with mental health or substance issues. People with lived experience of crisis will be trained as volunteer peer supporters for outreach support with hard to reach communities to engage the most vulnerable people.
Creative Crafts & Culture 18 Nov 2015
The group will use the funding to deliver visual and digital art sessions for young people at risk of criminal behaviour. This will enable beneficiaries to express themselves artistically, raise community awareness and reduce anti-social behaviour.
Bear Wood Activities 04 Nov 2015
The group will use the funding to provide outdoor teambuilding and team leadership exercises for sixty young, unaccompanied asylum seekers. This will address beneficiariesâ€™ health and wellbeing.
WGI stage 2 29 Mar 2016
This project aims to support Somali women to enhance their life chances through creating a new Somali Womenâ€™s Hub where women can access a range of skills development sessions; support women to develop their own â€˜Somali Women Task Forceâ€™ to make local mainstream providers more accessible.
Waterlow 125 - It's your Park 08 Jun 2016
The group will use the funding to pay for facilities at an event for drama, music, enterprise and nature trails to celebrate its 125th anniversary, with teachers and children from primary schools and young people at a horticultural college from diverse communities. This will provide facilities towards the event, raising awareness of park activities and attract more users.