- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Total awarded
- Largest award
- Smallest award
- Earliest award date
- 09 Jan 2016
- Latest award date
- 21 Dec 2016
Grant to Volunteer Centre Greenwich 28 Jan 2016
£106,000 over 2 years (£52,500; £53,500) for the salaries of a 2dpw Volunteer Services Manager; a 3dpw Membership Services Officer; and associated running costs of a project increasing the number and the quality of volunteering placements in Greenwich.
Grant to Volunteer Centre Blackpool Wyre & Fylde 29 Jun 2016
a supported volunteer/employability project that aims to help people with complex needs access positive supported volunteering activities in order to move closer to the job market
Grant to Reach Volunteering 14 Sep 2016
Towards score costs to enable voluntary and community organisations to flourish by extending the volume, range and quality of skills-based volunteering in the UK.
Grant to The Conservation Volunteers 15 Dec 2016
Towards delivering the next phase of the Natural Talent Programme, including core costs at The Conservation Volunteers, supporting Natural Talent trainees and the environment organisations hosting them.
Jacari 18 Apr 2016
£1080 pays for five months' rent of our volunteer hub. Our tenancy at the Oxford Hub is vital to the operation of Jacari, as it allows us to book rooms for our fundraising meetings and weekly volunteer training sessions, gives us a library where we store teaching resources for volunteers to use in their lessons, acts as a focal point for support where volunteers can drop in to ask the Coordinator questions and come for their DBS check, and enables us to easily collaborate with the other organisations sharing the space.
Complex Families Volunteer Support Project 01 Dec 2016
This grant will contribute to the salaries of the Family Co-ordinator, who supports and supervises the volunteers for this complex work. They assess referrals and match volunteers, provide supervision and reviews with families. The Administrator helps process referrals and monitoring. The grant will fund volunteer expenses for weekly visits lasting 2-4 hours. We will draw on a pool of around 9 experienced volunteers, and support 6-7 families at any one time; 10 over the course of the year. The grant would also pay for 2 day mental health awareness training for 16 volunteers, delivered by Restore.
Aspire - Supported Volunteering Project 15 Nov 2016
A supported volunteering project to open up volunteering opportunities to all sections of the community but predominantly those who are unemployed and of working age .
Grant to Care Home Volunteers 02 Feb 2016
over one year as continuation funding towards the further development of work using volunteers to enhance the quality of life of residents in care homes in Salisbury and Chippenham
NEW VOLUNTEER RECRUITMENT 18 Apr 2016
We will recruit, train, resource and support 3 new volunteers who will support 9 children for one year. Each child will benefit from 2 individual half hour sessions with their volunteer each week. Sessions will involve sharing books and games which the charity provides. The emphasis is on reading for pleasure; volunteers get to know their children, discover their interests and we can then source books to engage these reluctant readers. We would hope that these volunteers continue into second and subsequent years with the charity which would mean even more children could be benefit from this support.
Towards Fuel Poverty work - Volunteer costs 02 Feb 2016
Towards Fuel Poverty work - Volunteer costs
High Sheriff of Northumberland Award 09 Jan 2016
High Sheriff of Northumberland Award
Towards Fuel Poverty work - Volunteer costs 09 Mar 2016
Towards Fuel Poverty work - Volunteer costs
New volunteer recruitment 15 Sep 2016
Average cost to the charity of recruitment, training, resourcing and support for the first year of a volunteer is £768. We ask schools to contribute £420 towards this leaving a shortfall of £348. We would use this grant to cover this shortfall which would enable us to recruit 14 new reading helper volunteers.
Community Advocacy 01 Dec 2016
In 2016/17 we budgeted for our community advocacy service. The majority of these costs (60.4%) relate to salary costs for our Programme Coordinator and support staff. Our Programme Coordinator is responsible for identifying and training volunteer advocates, receiving referrals from clients or referring 3rd parties, matching clients with volunteer advocates, supervising volunteer advocates and ensuring their on-going training needs are met, as well as service promotion. Our other costs relate to running our office including rent (17.6%), staff/volunteer expenses (10.7%), training (7.5%), service promotion (2%) and governance/professional fees including accountancy services (1.7%).