- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 03 Jan 2018
- Latest award date
- 19 Dec 2018
- Total GBP grants
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- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Timperley ABC New Gym 28 Nov 2018
The building features that are needed to take Timperley Community Boxing Club into the future: • Floor space for boxing training • The floor space to be ¼ - ¾ divided to be used as a when for possible dance / yoga sessions / community use • Sufficient space to hold boxing shows / competitions (thus drawing the community together) • Viewing area for public and parents. • Small equipped kitchenette • Male / Female / Disabled Toilets, showers and changing facilities. • Storage area • Separate Weights area • 1 large boxing ring • Larger floor space for training and other community groups to use (approx 160sqm) • 15 bags • Suitable car parking
Leeds Autism AIM 23 Mar 2018
The group will provide support and information for autistic adults who receive little or no funded support. This will reduce isolation and loneliness and increase access to local services, as well as improving employment prospects, which will improve mental health and wellbeing.
Growing Together Westcliff & Shoeburyness 10 Jan 2018
The project will support the recovery and wellbeing of people who experience mental health problems, including those with mild learning disabilities. They will provide social and therapeutic community gardening activities as well as a range of peer and vocational support to improve the mental health and wellbeing of individuals – building on their skills, self-esteem, resilience, confidence and independence.
People working together to make change happen 23 Jan 2018
The group will be able to expand the range of support programmes they offer to young people aged between 11 and 19 years of age in North West Glasgow. The range of activities are designed to positively impact on their health, wellbeing and to allow them to integrate more fully into their communities. They will also be helped to make the transition from primary to secondary school and onwards towards further education, training or employment.
Hall Improvement Project Phase 2 17 Jan 2018
This group will install new windows and repair the porch of the community hall, as well as purchase new furniture to replace that which has fallen into disrepair. This will improve a space that matters to public groups and the local community.
Mindful-In-Nature 14 Feb 2018
The funding will be used to support people in recovery from mental health issues. The project focuses on improving people’s wellbeing, skills and resilience through a programme of mindfulness based approaches, events and nature connection activities referred to as eco-therapy.
Ventilation Project 17 Jan 2018
The funding will be used by a village hall to replace the air conditioning system, making the maintenance of the venue more sustainable in the long term as well as improving the facility for community events and activities.
Saffron Lane Neighborhood Council 19 Mar 2018
A Housing Development Manager will be funded to co-ordinate the planning and implementation of the development of new homes on Saffron Heath. This role will support the Board of Trustees and charity as a whole, in the development and implementation of the organisation’s long term strategic plans for housing, which will benefit local people.
Letherby Triangle 26 Mar 2018
This group will use the funding to investigate the feasibility of redeveloping the ‘Letherby Triangle’ area of Mount Florida into a key civic space for the local community. The Triangle is approximately 50m long by 25m wide and is located directly opposite Mount Florida Primary School and adjacent to Hampden Stadium.
Keeping Everything Under One Roof 26 Feb 2018
This group will use the funding to improve their facilities for the benefit of the community. The hall is used by twenty community groups and is hired out on an ad hoc basis.
School Development Project 14 Feb 2018
The school will create a new activity space for the local community. This will provide a venue for for fitness activities, community events and a community social space.
Sing, Shake, Rattle and Roll 07 Mar 2018
The organisation will develop their project by providing intergenerational singing sessions to bring young families and children together with older people within the community which will support community engagement and development.
Investing in OUR future 26 Mar 2018
The group will create a weekly youth hub at their community centre for young people aged 11 to 19 years. They will provide positive sports, recreational and educational activities, advice, support and mentoring for young people to help raise their aspirations and encourage them to become active members of the community.
This project will support people with disabilities to access benefits, advice and health services. Drop in sessions and specialist workshops will teach computer and digital skills, budgeting, CV writing, connecting to friends and research.
Community Companions Social Cafe 26 Mar 2018
This charity will extend their Community Companion Social Café project following a successful pilot. The project works to reduce isolation and loneliness by providing opportunities for adults to socially interact within care homes and sheltered complexes throughout Dundee.
AVOID THE DEBT TRAP: YOUNG PEOPLE! 24 Jan 2018
The organisation will provide workshops, training and support for young people to provide them with the skills to combat issues of financial hardship and debt.
This charity will support local voluntary organisations to set up community orchards. This will improve the local environment and create access to healthy food.
Cushendun DDA Improving Space to Survive 27 Mar 2018
The group, based in Cushendun, are using the £9,981 grant to run art classes and hold a Christmas celebration, as well as buying equipment like a cooker, a fridge and furniture to facilitate other events. They are also refurbishing their hall floor to make the hall more usable for the whole community.
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.