- Total grants
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- Largest award
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- Earliest award date
- 06 Jan 2016
- Latest award date
- 20 Dec 2016
A Big Cheet for 30 Years! 29 Sep 2016
This project will use the funding to bring the whole community together to celebrate its 30th anniversary. A programme of free community workshops will be delivered culminating in a celebration event to include entertainment, intergenerational story telling and a horticultural show.
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.
The group will use the funding to improve the lives of young transgender people in the Bristol area by providing advice on coping with social anxiety, depression, low mood and suicidal thoughts. This will help beneficiaries with feelings of isolation, vulnerability, inequality and discrimination whilst improving self-image in respect of being transgender.
WGI stage 2 22 Mar 2016
Around 230 women who are trapped in, or vulnerable to street sex work will be supported to break free and build new lives away from violence, poverty and addiction. They will be reached through a women only drop-in centre, and night outreach, operated from a van which goes out to the women working on the street to provide a safe haven and practical support. Caseworkers will empower women to take control of their lives and provide them with support for as long as they need.
RISE 29 Jun 2016
The group will use the funding to provide a work skills and entrepreneurship training and mentoring programme for young people who are currently unemployed culminating in a community event. This will enable beneficiaries to gain transferable skills and a recognised qualification, improving their opportunities for future employment.
WGI Stage 2 22 Mar 2016
The aim is to transform the lives of women and girls by a systemic change to policy, practice and commissioning that promotes early intervention and reduces the prevalence, impact and tolerance of domestic abuse. Women and children will find safety from abuse earlier and be better supported to recover and achieve independence, agencies involved will be presented with a clear approach unhampered by differences of view within the sector, and commissioners of services will adopt a tried and tested approach.
GENERATION CONFIDENT 24 Aug 2016
This project will use the funding to provide a training programme for single mothers. This will enable participants to learn new skills and improve their confidence and resilience, benefiting their wellbeing and future chances in life.
Engage Therapeutic Service CIC 09 Nov 2016
This project will deliver a pilot programme of therapy sessions for young people who are at risk of the effects of social isolation. This will improve the wellbeing of those taking part in the project.
Bedminster Diversity Day 11 Nov 2016
This project will deliver a community meal and street entertainment for 500 residents from the local community and a range of black minority ethnic (BME) groups. This will bring the community together and celebrate different cultures in response to the increased xenophobia in the area.
Focus on Weston 11 Nov 2016
This project will create an event for community groups, associations and societies to showcase their activities. It will help inform people of local opportunities and bring the community together, including intergenerational activities for families and groups.
Your Community Centre in the Heart of Your Community
Safer Women's Project: increasing access and outcomes for suvivors of abuse and exploitation 27 Jan 2016
Safer Women's Project: increasing access and outcomes for suvivors of abuse and exploitation
The group will use the funding to install new inspiring play equipment in the new schools grounds. This will improve community play facilities.
Volunteer Gardening Team 07 Sep 2016
This project will use the funding to recruit and train volunteers, who will then provide gardening services to older people and those with disabilities. This will increase the groupâ€™s capacity to provide gardening services for people.
This group will use the funding to celebrate its 35th birthday by holding an event at the cityâ€™s Zoo Gardens which will include a range of activities and free access to the zoo after the event. It is open to all members of the community including service users past and present, staff, volunteers, trustees and funders. This will celebrate the services the group provides and aim to raise awareness and end stigma by talking about maternal mental health.
Wellbeing Through Nature 16 Jun 2016
This project will support people with mental health issues and learning disabilities across Bristol, Bath and North and North East Somerset through exploring and taking care of nature. It will provide a structured programme of outdoor activities, such as community allotment work, park clean ups, tree planting, nature walks, food growing and outdoor cooking. This will give people access to natural environments, and help them gain skills, build confidence, improve well-being and lead healthier lives.
Keynsham Festival of Nature 2017 15 Sep 2016
The organisation will use the funding for a community celebration of the natural world. The event will offer a variety of open-air interactive activities, talks and workshops including digital conversations, maximising intergenerational communication.
Just Ask 03 Mar 2016
A project to support young people aged 16-24 in hardship crisis, the project will include access to a range of specialist and general advice, legal advice, training and support. The scheme will also train peer mentors, including youth advice navigators to help beneficiaries access vital support to reduce poverty, improve health and wellbeing, increase financial capability and improve resilience and self empowerment.