- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Total awarded
- Largest award
- Smallest award
- Earliest award date
- 12 Dec 2000
- Latest award date
- 29 Nov 2017
Domino Effect Project 25 Sep 2015
The funding will be used to develop services supporting people who have experienced addiction issues, homelessness or have been to prison. The project aims to support people to sustain a tenancy, reintegrate into the community and gain work. Training is provided by peers supported by local universities and businesses and takes place in progressive stages. Each stage helps participants build their skills and confidence until they can put these into action at a work placement or a specific project.
This project will use the funding to deliver a programme of arts based numeracy and literacy learning activities for children who are experiencing the effects of educational disadvantage or have English as a second language. This will improve chances in life for these children.
Celebrating Dhek Bhal's Milestone 11 Aug 2016
This project will use the funding to produce and short film about the lives of the South Asian older people and hold an event to celebrate their achievements. This will provide cultural awareness to local people and encourage community cohesion.
BASE B&NES, North Somerset and Somerset Spokes 01 Jul 2015
This project will use its funding to expand the support for victims of child sexual exploitation across the Avon and Somerset area. Working with a range of partners, staff will provide individually tailored packages of support to young people combining intensive one to one support and counselling with a range of other interventions. The project will take a holistic look at the young personâ€™s family life and will ensure they can access support 24/7 in the event of an emergency.
Scrapstore Playpod 23 Sep 2015
The group will use the funding to purchase play equipment for the school playground for children who are unhealthy due to a lack of physical activity. This will encourage the children to engage in active play which will lead to healthier lifestyles.
Good Food Matters for Older People 17 Jan 2017
An expansion of the Soil Associationâ€™s Food for Life programme, this project uses good food to reduce isolation and improve the nutrition and wellbeing of older people. Food for Life Better Care will work directly with older people to develop and tailor programmes to reflect the different needs in three areas across the UK; Edinburgh, Calderdale and Kirklees and Leicester City and Leicestershire. Older people in care settings, hospitals and their own homes will be supported to eat and enjoy food together.
SARI - Every Victim Matters 04 Apr 2016
The project will provide support, advice and advocacy for people experiencing the emotional, mental and physical trauma of racist abuse and hate crime incl prejudice against disability, homophobic, trans-phobic, and faith. The scheme, which aims to support 400 people, will provide group and one to one to support to build resilience, networks and coping strategies, and will also raise awareness and promote understanding to organisations and local communities.
Broomhill Juniorâ€™s Play Project 10 Jun 2015
The group will use the funding to install a play pod resource for pupils who live in a community that lacks safe outdoor facilities and is experiencing the effects of antisocial behaviour. This will create new opportunities for children to engage in positive play activities.
A Celebration of the Chinese New Year 05 Dec 2016
This project will celebrate Chinese New Year, bringing communities together through educational, cultural and social activities. The programme of events will include performances from martial artists and folk dancers, as well as opportunities for people to try traditional Chinese folk dancing and arts and crafts, such as origami, calligraphy and watercolour painting.
Lawrence Hill Outdoor Playleader training 29 Mar 2016
The group will use the funding to train parents to deliver outdoor woodland activities for young people. This will lead to healthier lifestyles as young people will be encouraged to spend time outdoors and interacting with nature.
The group will use the funding to create an outdoor classroom. This will improve an area that is currently under utilised and is not a safe and secure environment. This area will be used for outdoor learning, including developing the speaking and listening skills of children.
Picnic in the Park 2016 11 Aug 2016
The organisation will use the funding to run the annual community festival. This will provide a day of entertainment for all people in the local area.
The group will use the funding to recruit and train volunteer Girl Guide leaders. This will allow the organisation to reach a greater number of beneficiaries, improving their life skills, wellbeing and encouraging community inclusion.
The group will use the funding to create an all weather outdoor play and learning environment for the benefit of the school children. This will encourage the children to socialise, take part in physical activity and facilitate outdoor learning.
Menâ€™s Anti-trafficking Project (MAP) 15 Jul 2015
This new project from Unseen will create a specialist 24-hour staffed accommodation for male victims of human trafficking (MVT) with high level needs. This centre will enable the beneficiaries to come to terms with their traumatic experiences which can include physical violence and psychological manipulation. The project will aim to assist with their recovery and regaining control of their lives so they can eventually live independently and contribute to society.
Back in the Kitchen 18 May 2016
The group will use the funding to provide cookery classes and custom and tradition workshops for older people. This will bring beneficiaries together allowing them to improve their skills, share experiences and to socialise with their peers.
Application for a Playpod. 17 Sep 2015
The group will use the funding to install new play equipment for socially isolated pupils who face . This will create new pathways to play and will encourage pupils to engage with peers.