- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Total awarded
- Largest award
- Smallest award
- Earliest award date
- 10 Mar 1998
- Latest award date
- 29 Mar 2017
Creative Media Projects for PRUs 20 Apr 2006
Series of accredited creative media projcets for PRUs culminating in a public screening which aims to enable participants to represent and express themselves.
Music from a Foreign Land 17 Jul 2006
The second of a yearly series of events with schools celebrating multicultural music, with a particular emphasis this year on South Africa. Workshops in eight secondary schools across the region will include African drumming, a choral project and opportunities for participants to compose their own music.
The Discovery Programme 28 Jan 2008
To explore new ways of commissioning, whilst building stronger links between artists and the different communities in Manchester - combining an artistic R&D element with community engagement and educations projects.
3year pilot - accredited arts based project that engages with minoritised young people under with a focus on social engagment and inclusion
Supplementary funding for Prospect project 02 Mar 2010
Prospects is a two-year project to help ex-offenders, aged 18-25, who are severely disadvantaged in the labour market, to find and remain in employment. Based in Cumbria, the project aims to work with local partners to improve employment and training opportunities, help participants become more confident and responsible, and access advice and support to address their basic needs which will allow them to play a fuller part in their communities.
A project using drama and creative storytelling to engage older people with Alzheimer's and dementia in beneficial creative activity.
FIHRM is a new international network led by National Museums Liverpool's International Slavery Museum - our support goes towards FIHRM's second conference in Liverpool in October 2011.
Studio Schools are an exciting new model of state school offering immersive, work-based learning and enterprise as key features. Demand is high but public sector budget cuts have led to a reduction in the viable fee levels the trust can charge and hence a deficit they will otherwise struggle to meet as they grow to achieve a position of financial sustainability.
'In Harmony' West Everton 23 Apr 2012
Core-support for a 'Sistema-inspired' daily provision of music-making activities to children, families and residents of West Everton.
Lady barn Care Project 05 Dec 2014
To provide a range of creative and technology based opportunities for older people to support their active engagement with the Ladybarn community projects.
Community Capacity Project 05 Dec 2014
To increase the social activity of older people, who are currently isolated by LGN volunteers working with older people through and support of local businesses to help develop sustainable local activities.
Over 50s Francophone women Social Group 05 Dec 2014
Aimed at stay at home women over 50's to bring them out twice a month to a local centre, in the environment where they can build friendship, find care and support. They will have lunch together, and take part in different social cultural activities such as games, stories telling, dances, listening to music and to guest speakers, cooking healthy food and learning basic English language, especially the speaking and listening skills, while using their mother tongue as an intermediate teaching tool.
The Old Moat / with Wildlife Project 05 Dec 2014
Provide appropriate learning opportunities for older people, The group will develop new skills and gain knowledge relating to wildlife spotting, recording and promoting information. The group will be involved in designing and planting a wildlife garden.
The Positivity Living Programme 05 Dec 2014
The main project activity is for older people to attend a programme of weekly workshops led by an experienced trainer to learn key strategies to increase their emotional resilience and be more responsible for their physical and mental health. This approach creates powerful and lasting change, whilst at the same time meeting their need for company and connection.
Community Stroke Association 05 Dec 2014
The Stroke Association plans to deliver the Community Stroke Support project by developing three planned ‘Hubs’ in North, South and Central Manchester. Each hub will provide a monthly group session environment which will also act as a gateway to the development of different social interest ‘spoke’ groups informed by the needs and wishes of service users and led predominantly by volunteers.