- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Total awarded
- Largest award
- Smallest award
- Earliest award date
- 07 Jan 2015
- Latest award date
- 22 Dec 2015
Oxford Conservation Volunteers New Tools Project 09 Dec 2015
We will buy tools to enable volunteers to enhance green spaces in Oxfordshire and provide training and skills to improve employability.
3 training days to cover coppicing, hedge-laying and dry-stone walling.
Grant to Volunteering Matters 06 Nov 2015
This project will provide two residential experiences for 30 vulnerable children and young people from North Lanarkshire. It will increase confidence support inclusion and increase aspiration.
Grant to Discovery Student Volunteering Swansea 06 Aug 2015
This project will enable disadvantaged children and young people from a number of backgrounds to access a variety of activities and trips. They will increase their aspirations make new friends and increase their confidence.
Grant to UBU Volunteering 06 Nov 2015
This project supports young carers through monthly sessions and fun activities such as bowling and boat trips. This will provide the children and young people with positive experiences help develop relationships and build confidence.
Grant to Hammersmith & Fulham Volunteer Centre 08 Jul 2015
supporting young people with mental health issues in Brent with a programme of activities and supported volunteering to support their personal development and progression. The grant will fund the salary costs of the Project Coordinator and costs
Grant to Greater Manchester Youth Network 08 Jul 2015
supporting care leavers to learn about volunteering and to take part in volunteering activities. The project offers a volunteering-based activity, training and support programme, supporting young people's transition into adulthood.
Grant to East Devon Volunteer Support Agency 07 Jan 2015
The charity supports a range of projects across east Devon. It seeks support for its business development work. This will enable it to more effectively support an increasing range of disadvantaged people through priority projects linked to needs.
This befriending project will help teenagers with learning disabilities and autism to have fun and improve their confidence and communication skills. They will take part in weekly activities including bowling cinema and going out for meals.
This project will support children and young people living in low income families to experience forest school outdoor activities. Children and young people will improve their confidence develop life skills and know how to stay safe.
Towards Salary and on costs of a Volunteer Co-ordinator post Year 3
Towards Volunteer capacity building programme - Year 1
High Sheriff of Tyne & Wear Award 04 Dec 2015
High Sheriff of Tyne & Wear Award