- 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
A Picture of Health 09 Aug 2017
The project will deliver art and creative workshops for adults with mental health issues, culminating in an exhibition of their work. This will reduce participants' isolation and improve their mental health.
Roseacre "open space open mind " project 05 Apr 2017
The funding will be used by an academy to run an 11 month mental health and wellbeing programme aimed at key stage two children and their families.
Routes to Reflect 20 Dec 2017
The school will create an outdoor environment where school children and the wider community can come together to socialise and learn new skills.
Building on Success 17 Jan 2018
The organisation will support people with learning difficulties and autism to secure employment or volunteering opportunities by creating video CVs. This will enable participants to fulfil their employment potential.
Roe Lee Park Events 2017 26 Jul 2017
The group will deliver an annual series of events and activities for the community in a local park. The provision of a further programme of public events will continue to develop community cohesion, reduce antisocial behaviour and reduce social isolation.
Hollingworth Festival on the Green 06 Sep 2017
The funding will be used to hold a celebration day to bring people together from different communities to reduce isolation and encourage positive community spirit.
Respect 31 Jan 2018
The group will bring together four different community centres to co-produce a recipe booklet that reflects the food of all their festival traditions, and to organise a food festival where the recipes can be showcased.
Reach Out Community Scheme 2017 (ROCSS) 07 Jun 2017
The funding will be used to run day trips and workshops for young people in the local area. The project aims to provide people with a chance to come together with others in the community to enjoy fun activities, make new friends and learn new skills.
BDS Refresh! 04 Oct 2017
The funding will be used to create a catering kitchen-cum-classroom to deliver health and social care skills courses for disaffected young people who are at risk of exclusion from mainstream education. The project aims to enhance the employment skills of young people and expand their job opportunities.
The funding will be used by a charity to purchase digital radio headsets and water rescue equipment. This will provide the organisation with the most up to date accurate equipment needed carry out vital rescues.
Empowered to Achieve 14 Feb 2018
This is a new project which aims to raise the aspirations and achievement of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic families living in Oldham. The work will empower young people aged 11-25 and their parents to develop skills, confidence and the self-belief to fulfil their potential and achieve their life goals. Various activities will involve the whole family, focusing on people’s individual strengths to build on their talents, passion and interests and strengthen the family unit.
Engagement @ Grange 28 Jun 2017
The school will run sports activities during the holidays to engage with children and families in the local community and help prevent antisocial behaviour.
Gateway 4 Women 24 Jan 2018
The project will set up a community café where vulnerable women will be able to access training and experience to prepare them to return to work. It will develop a centre where women can be supported, empowered and develop skills to reach their potential.
Negative Pasts, Positive Futures 06 Dec 2017
The group will provide an intervention service for children and young people who are actively, or at risk of, being involved in criminal activity. This will improve confidence, reduce negative behaviours and encourage personal development.
Training mentors 24 Jan 2018
The project will provide young Jewish people with a volunteer mentoring and support service to help address issues that concern them such as physical and mental well-being, financial security, future careers and appearance.
Willow Tree Community Playground 07 Feb 2018
The school will refurbish its outdoor play area, developing a safe space in which children from the school and wider community can play.
Moving On in Wyre 23 Aug 2017
This funding is for the continuation and development of a home-visiting service delivered by Home-Start Blackpool, Fylde and Wyre. The project, which is run by trained parent volunteers, aims to prevent family breakdown by offering practical and emotional support to enable families to better cope. Volunteers provide weekly parental support for issues such as isolation, bereavement, multiple births, illness, disability or general parenting issues.
ChILD Family Educational Conference 26 Jul 2017
The group will hold an annual conference to increase support for families who have children with insterstitial lung disease. This will provide opportunities for families to access health professionals, learn new techniques associated with the condition, increase awareness and provide research opportunities for health professionals.
SPLASH - youth project for 10-14 year olds 03 Apr 2017
The funding will be used to run a twelve week programme of youth club activities including canoeing, summer gorge walking, and water activities for 10-14 year olds in the local community. The project aims to provide activities for young people in order to prevent issues linked to anti-social behaviour.