- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 01 Jan 2017
- Latest award date
- 29 Dec 2017
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Relative Experience: Transforming Kinship Care 08 Mar 2017
This group will work with Grandparents Plus through a combination of support provision, evaluation and awareness raising in order to increase the visibility of and support for kinship carers and children. The project will also explore how to bring about long term systems change at scale. The group aims to promote the benefits of peer support and show the benefits of kinship care.
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.
Careers Escalator 09 Feb 2017
This project aims to improve the employment, career advancement and increased pay prospects of unemployed, under-employed and/or low paid migrants with no or limited English language skills. They will support those living in poverty, resulting in reduced isolation and poor physical and mental well-being. Through their existing employer networks it will provide access to workplace experiences, internship or apprenticeship opportunities to increase employability skills with a variety of employers.
This project is the delivery of a befriending, counselling and support service, for carers of those with cancer or dementia. This will provide opportunities to meet new people, gain an understanding of the services available and discuss issues pertaining to them, with the aim of reducing isolation and promoting wellbeing.
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.
LookOut Post 08 Mar 2017
This project is a programme of activities for young people including sessions that will look at relationships, drug awareness, personal finances and bullying, as well as the provision of social activities. This will enable parents to monitor the young peopleâ€™s progress and will pre-empt disruptive or rebellious behaviour.
Clwb Rhun 05 Jan 2017
Clwb Rhun in Ammanford will use the grant to expand and improve the facilities and activities available to the children that attend. This grant for Â£4,000 will fund additional sessional worker hours, portable DVD players and DVDs, headphones, arts and crafts, mobile phone, and cooking supplies.
Reading and Playing Together- Growing Closer Together
Violence Against Women Project 08 Mar 2017
This project will provide females aged 16 years and over who have experienced or are currently experiencing physical, emotional or sexual abuse with the support and skills to enable them to access a range of appropriate services. Services included will be one to one support, safety planning, signposting to appropriate support services, a 12 weeks womenâ€™s group programme and a befriending service.
Leeds World of Food Community Festival 01 Mar 2017
This project is a multicultural food festival for the whole community. This will encourage people from diverse backgrounds to come together to celebrate their food cultures, with the aim of reducing tensions and developing community cohesion.
This group will use the funding to purchase new resources for its outdoor learning area. The space will support the development of school children in reception year, who are experiencing the effects of social and educational disadvantage.
This project will deliver a commemorative arts project, which will bring the local community together, enabling them to celebrate the diversity of their area through a variety of arts activities.
The school will deliver lunchtime and after school healthy eating and fitness sessions. This will encourage participation in physical exercise, with the aim of reducing childhood obesity and promoting wellbeing.
This group will use the funding to replace its village hallâ€™s kitchen, which is in a bad condition. This will improve the community facilities and comply with health and safety standards.
Activities for all 18 Jan 2017
This project will deliver lunchtime multi sports clubs and other physical activity sessions, primarily tailored for special educational needs students at the school. This will enable the organisation to provide more opportunities for disadvantaged students, and help improve physical and mental wellbeing.
Redevelop our existing community facilities 22 Mar 2017
A community room in the school will be re-developed with this funding. This will provide pupils and members of the community with additional space for extracurricular activities.
Older People's Befriending & Development Worker 28 Mar 2017
This group will use the funding to employ a Befriending/Development Worker to support older people in South West Edinburgh so that they can participate more with community life. The group aims for its work to be intergenerational and to address issues of isolation and loneliness through the promotion of positive contact between people from different generations. The Worker will be responsible for developing the core activities and managing a group of volunteer befrienders.
#AYAinspires 01 Feb 2017
The funding will be used to work with 40 young people aged 14-24 to create and share inspirational videos focussing on volunteering projects taking place in their community. The project aims to provide young people with the opportunity to gain a variety of new skills, build their confidence and improve their future employability.