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- 06 Jan 2016
- Latest award date
- 20 Dec 2016
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.
Culture, Identity and Inclusion 25 Feb 2016
The group will use the funding to celebrate the lives and contributions of refugee and asylum seekers through cultural exchange workshops and cultural feasts for people, particularly from Kurdish, Roma, Colombian and Somali backgrounds. This will bring people together in cultural celebrations, increase understanding and reduce isolation.
Confronting Disadvantage in Bristol 16 Nov 2016
The project aims to support families with children under five living among the most deprived areas in Bristol. By providing specifically tailored activities offering emotional and practical support, it aims to tackle issues including isolation, poor emotional health, single parenting, immigration, domestic abuse and family break-ups, whilst better connecting families with their local communities.
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.
Redfest Bristol 2016 03 Mar 2016
The group will use the funding to produce promotional material for their community festival. This will increase the groupâ€™s capacity to advertise the festival, enabling more beneficiaries to attend and benefit from the festival activities.
Even More Wildly Different 21 Sep 2016
The project supports children and young people in care or living in difficult circumstances due to low income, disadvantage and discrimination. Beneficiaries will take part in a range of activities designed to increase confidence, self-esteem and life skills which will improve their life chances. These include outdoor days away and residential trips, one to one support and community activities. The project will also work with and support their families.
The group will use the funding to provide learning and leisure opportunities for families within their community. This will celebrate community diversity and achievements and improve opportunities for families to enjoy activities.
40th Anniversary Celebration Day 18 Aug 2016
The organisation will use the funding to hold a party on the farm site to celebrate their 40th anniversary year. This will enable the organisation to bring people together, lift peopleâ€™s spirits and instil a feeling of pride.
Bristol Inter-generational Peace Garden 04 May 2016
The group will use the funding to develop an intergenerational Peace Garden, which will be maintained by young and older people. This user led project will enable the beneficiaries to improve community relationships leading to better cohesion.
The group will use the funding to provide one to one support and group based learning sessions for children and young people at risk of exclusion. This will improve the education attainment, well being and future prospects of the young people.
The World In Lights - Church Road Lantern Parade 14 Sep 2016
This project will use the funding to deliver a lantern parade activity that will focus upon challenging issues surrounding social isolation. This will bring the community together and celebrate diversity.
The group will use the funding to deliver a community gardening project to include workshops and events for the community. This is an intergenerational project that will enable the beneficiaries to connect with the wider community and learn about the rich biodiversity of the area.
The organisation will use the funding to deliver a multi-platform exhibition and community event, showing the stories of women and non-binary people. This will enable the organisation to bring the wider community together to celebrate diversity and identity.
Great big Spring Fair 13 Oct 2016
This project will use the funding to host a spring fair to celebrate the gardenâ€™s fifth birthday which will bring together users of the garden and members of the local community. In particular they want the event to be accessible to children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND).
The group will use the funding to provide mindful parenting courses for vulnerable and economically disadvantaged parents who are at risk of stress and poor wellbeing. This will enable beneficiaries to develop skills in self-care and emotional regulation, leading to improved mental health and wellbeing.
Beacons Icons & Dykons Original and on Tour 08 Jun 2016
The group will use the funding to stage events to inform and bring together rurally isolated lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) communities. This will reduce beneficiaries' risk of social exclusion and build stronger communities.
ParkFest 15 Sep 2016
The organisation will use the funding to deliver a festival involving , music, artists, painting workshops and fun activities for the local community. This will bring people together in a celebration event to promote social cohesion.
Drive project: addressing and challenging the behaviour of priority perpetrators of domestic abuse 27 Jan 2016
Drive project: addressing and challenging the behaviour of priority perpetrators of domestic abuse
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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.