- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 02 May 2002
- Latest award date
- 08 Oct 2018
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Homeless Advice and Resilience Project (H.A.R.P) 03 Mar 2016
A project to support people in hardship including those with chaotic lifestyles and multiple needs such as poor health, homelessness, substance misuse, offending, victimisation, poor social relationships, financial difficulties, lack of employability skills, exclusion or lack of engagement with services. it will provide access to hot meals, foodbanks, fuel, clothing, washing and laundry facilities, furniture and financial support for those moving from benefits into work.
ESOL for Migrant Workers in Eccles (EMWE) 08 Feb 2017
The funding will be used to provide courses in English for speakers of other languages. The project aims to help speakers of other languages improve their English language skills and their integration into the local community.
The funding will be used for weekly outings during the winter for all members of its youth club and a camping and canoeing trip for older members, expanding the range of activities available to children and young people in the area. This will help attract new members and provide access to free activities to prevent antisocial behaviour, break down social and financial barriers preventing people from taking part and improve confidence and wellbeing.
On Your Marks Enrichment Programme South Crewe 06 Jul 2016
The organisation will use the funding to run a programme of educational and social activities for primary school children during the summer holidays. This will improve and sustain the educational attainment through motivational activities of children from less advantaged families.
Community Stitchers 19 Oct 2016
The project will use the funding to run a practical sewing project to bring together members of different communities and cultures in Liverpool 8. Targeting refugees and recent migrants, people with English as a second language, people with mental health issues and facing social isolation. This will improve social isolation and low self-esteem and engage local people who need advice and support with a drop in service.
The organisation will use the funding to install play equipment within the school grounds to engage children in physical, creative and social play before and after school, lunchtimes and holidays. This will enable the organisation to address significant social and development issues for the pupils who have SEND issues including emotional, behavioural and mental health issues, and the play area will also be enjoyed by all children who attend the out of school clubs.
'You Can't Catch Me' Crime Prevention Project 10 Jun 2015
The funding will be used to deliver twice-weekly support, information and activity sessions and residential activities to vulnerable young people at risk of offending behaviour. This will raise their aspirations and self-belief, and improve their life chances.
Phillies Fun Club 09 Mar 2016
The organisation will use the funding to deliver a programme of regular afterschool and holiday club activities for young people attending their school. This will aim to improve integration of immigrant and new entrant families through increased extracurricular engagement with their peers.
Haven 4 Nature 24 Aug 2016
The school will use the funding to create a community nature area. This will aim to reduce involvement of young people in vandalism and anti-social behaviour in the local community.
Formby High Emotional Safety Project 20 May 2015
The school will use funding to deliver three training programmes focusing on mental health. Two programmes for pupils around healthy minds and resilience and one mainly for all school staff on preventing suicides. The delivery of this emotional safety training will raise awareness and provide valuable information that is transferable to their home and community life.
Everyone Welcome Social Nights 30 Sep 2015
The organisation will use the funding to offer themed social nights for disabled people at various venues across West Lancashire. This will enable the organisation to provide access to mainstream social activities thereby alleviating concerns regarding isolation and loneliness and also provide the unpaid family carers with a welcome break from their caring role.
Temple Sowerby Gymnasium 17 May 2016
The organisation will use the funding to purchase and install fitness equipment to support their outdoor play area, and form an outdoor gymnasium, which will be accessible to the children of the school and also Milburn Primary School pupils who use their play and hall facilities. This will enable the organisation to meet the needs of their primary school children, encouraging them to socially interact and form friendship groups.
The project aims to tackle isolation and loneliness for people with disabilities in North Manchester, Bury and Rochdale. It will enable them to develop the tools, knowledge and experience to maintain their independence. They will be empowered to connect with groups and facilities in their area, increasing their engagement with local activities and improving health and wellbeing.
Mentoring and Volunteering Project 20 Jul 2016
The organisation will use the funding to provide mentoring and coaching workshops and a volunteer work programme for 20 beneficiaries, including those from the local BME community, aged 19 plus who are not in education or employment. This will enable the organisation to increase the participantâ€™s interpersonal skills, communication skills and self-confidence, thereby improving their chances of securing employment or engaging in further education.
Liverpool Veterans Project 10 Jun 2015
The funding will be used to deliver a range of services to help veterans and their family members reintegrate back into the community. This will include training courses for a further 10 volunteers, a custody programme visiting veterans in HMP Liverpool, fitness sessions, increased opening hours for the drop in service and workshops around health and employment.
New Beginnings 02 Nov 2016
This new project will engage veterans, reservists within the Criminal Justice System in HMP Liverpool and HMP Altcourse, and upon release. It will provide them with access to emotional and wellbeing support, practical assistance, information and advice, family support and employment support in order to reduce re-offending. They will also receive assistance in re-engaging within society and learn how to play a positive role in their community.
A4A - The Bridge 05 Aug 2015
The organisation will use the funding to make improvements to its community facility by installing new flooring, presentation equipment, and kitchen improvements throughout the centre. This will enable the group to improve the facilities available at the community centre, and enable a wider range of activities to be delivered by local community groups and residents.
St Cuthbert's Rain or Shine Outdoor Play Space 15 Jun 2016
The group will use the funding to provide an outdoor timber canopy that will create an area to be used by early years foundation stage children for extra- curricular activities. This will enable children to have access to a range of activities that will improve fine motor skills, speech and inter-personal skills.
Little Leigh village hall opens for business! 30 Oct 2016
This project is a community wide event, involving a wide range of intergenerational activities. This will celebrate the reopening of the village hall and provide a social event for the whole community.
Young at Heart 06 Jul 2016
The organisation will use the funding to deliver new activities to residents and older people from the local Orthodox Jewish community and living in the groupâ€™s residential homes with chair-based exercise, social activities, music and art workshops. This will enable the group to encourage beneficiaries to engage in therapeutic and fun activities with others to reduce the risk of isolation while improving physical and mental wellbeing, social engagement and skills.