- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 01 Apr 2004
- Latest award date
- 31 Oct 2018
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
The Positive Gardening Project 28 Jun 2017
This project will deliver a pilot gardening project that will support people from the African, asylum seeking and refugee community who are living with the effects of HIV in order to improve wellbeing.
The Albany Garden 25 Oct 2017
This project will expand the activities at the group’s community garden, running gardening clubs and a festival for local people where they can learn about eating more healthily.
Arts at the Ackroyd 02 Aug 2017
This project will deliver a series of creative activities that will support people who are experiencing early onset dementia. This will improve the mental and physical wellbeing of people attending the sessions.
FAD Creative Drop-In Centre 31 May 2017
This project will use funding to create a new drop in training centre for young unemployed people who struggle to access training opportunities. This will help the young people to improve their prospects.
Greenlights 06 Sep 2017
This group will provide early intervention support to families who have a child with a learning disability or difficulty, or are on the autistic spectrum condition, exhibiting challenging behaviour impacting theirs and their family’s wellbeing. A project worker will deliver sessions to help manage or change an agreed specific challenging behaviour. The sessions aim to improve the parent or carer’s confidence in managing and understanding the behaviour and family relationships.
Stepping Stones 10 Jan 2018
This project will provide work experience opportunities for young people with learning disabilities, in order to improve employability skills, confidence and professional development.
Family Support 03 Jan 2018
This project will provide a variety of support and play sessions for children and families with various learning or physical disabilities. This will help reduce isolation and engage children in a range of new experiences.
WELLesden - A Safe & Sound Space 13 Dec 2017
This project will deliver a series of activity sessions that are designed to support people with learning disabilities, in order to improve their wellbeing and equip them with new skills.
Build Our Future Extensions and Restoration 24 Jan 2018
This project will extend and refurbish their community centre to provide more activities for the community. These will include peer support groups, workshops, carer groups and activities delivered in partnership with local groups to assist with income and benefit support and improve health and wellbeing. Additional daytime activities will be created to support children and adults with learning disabilities in budget planning, arts and crafts, IT and healthy eating, including cooking lessons.
Incubate, accelerate, amplify: incubation at catch22
Community Team Challenge 05 Jul 2017
This group will run a series of mechanics, bicycle and carpentry workshops for the community to learn the skills to design and build a land yacht, which will be used in a race event, helping to build positive community relationships.
Supporting the Mental Health Community 29 Nov 2017
This project will offer peer support sessions and activities for people experiencing mental ill health, supporting them to improve their relationships and make healthier lifestyle choices.
This project will provide support and community outreach for families who are affected by sickle cell anaemia and childhood stroke, helping them to develop new skills and raise awareness of the conditions. It will also develop a community space where participants can connect with people and opportunities in their community.
Early Action Programme for People Seeking Asylum 26 Mar 2018
The project aims to establish a partnership that could signal a new way of working in the asylum and refugee support sector. This will enable organisations to collaborate, design and implement early action approaches that improve the lives of people seeking asylum.
Strengthening the Workforce 21 Mar 2018
The funding will be used by an outdoor centre to allow local people experiencing various issues including physical disabilities to take part in activities to benefit their fitness and wellbeing.
This project will deliver cultural events and social activities for people from the local black and minority ethnic community, in order to bring people together and improve levels of community engagement.