- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 02 Jan 2017
- Latest award date
- 23 Dec 2017
- 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.
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.
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.
The group, based in Derry/Londonderry, provides community activities. They are using a £9,500 grant to provide a range of activities, including a luncheon club for older people, a summer scheme programme, a fun day and training for young people.
Foyle PFA Super Summer 13 Apr 2017
The Derry/Londonderry group supports people with disabilities by offering health, wellbeing and educational activities and support. The project is using the £10,000 grant to run a four week summer programme of activities, day trips and respite for young people and adults with learning disabilities.
Swinderby Working Together. 27 Sep 2017
This project will bring together local people to create a leaflet about their village, engaging in activities which encourage positive community relationships.
Kitchen upgrade of West Hendred Village Hall 21 Jun 2017
This project will upgrade the kitchen area and facilities within their local village hall to make it more accessible..
Young Peoples Social Interaction Activity 05 Apr 2017
Equipment will be funded for young people aged 16 to 25 living in the organisation’s hostel. This will engage young people in activities to build positive relationships and relieve social isolation.
Erdington Ark 27 Sep 2017
This group will develop a business plan for their new community centre, considering how they can best serve the needs of local people who are in most need of support.
Let's make our outside area OUTSTANDING! 19 Jul 2017
The funding will be used by a school to install a new climbing frame on the school’s playground. This will improve the school’s play facilities and provide continued access to physical play equipment for pupils.
Traidcraft recognised that they needed to conduct a deeper and participatory market assessment to deepen understanding of the markets in these sectors and knowledge and data on disabled people in the target regions.
The project will make improvements to a room so it can be used as a meeting and training venue for local community groups. This will improve the facility for community use in this rural area.
Crafty Little Devils 19 Apr 2017
Adults will be provided access to a variety of arts activities with this funding. This will prevent social isolation and loneliness by giving rurally isolated adults the opportunity to meet each other.
Creggan Youth Drop-In Centre 08 Jun 2017
The group provides activities for adolescents and disadvantaged young people. They received a £9,900 grant to run activities to bring younger and older people together.
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.
The group will refurbish the village hall kitchen which will provide opportunities for people to come together and socialise, with the aim of reducing isolation.
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.
Every Family Matters 12 Jul 2017
This project will build on the work People in Partnership does to provide advocacy for parents with learning disabilities. The support available has been designed with parents, and aims to build their parenting skills and increase understanding of child protection and care proceedings. A new project worker will provide practical support and training for parents to reduce the risk of abusive relationships, unplanned pregnancies and social isolation.
This group will use the funding to deliver a lip reading course for people who are living with hearing issues. This will improve chances in life for people who are experiencing the effects of economic challenges.