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Oxfordshire Volunteer Befriending CIC 23 Feb 2017

£800 towards volunteer expenses to enable volunteers to travel to Carers houses and to training sessions and volunteer meetings. Many Carers live in isolated villages in Oxfordshire, which means volunteers travelling. Some of the volunteers live in villages too, so may have to travel to do their volunteering. £3,000 towards Coordinators Salary. £150 for advertising. This includes posters and leaflets. £400 for insurance for Public Liability for the Coordinator and Volunteers £350 for training. Most trainers charge £50 for a group session plus travel expenses £300 for overheads including Lighting, Heating, hire of meeting rooms for training sessions

AC00595 07 Mar 2017

Give More Get More programme grant to Volunteering Matters Grant Ref AC00595

Amount: £99,335
Funder: Nesta
Recipient: Volunteering Matters
Region: London
District: Hackney London Boro

AC00605 29 Mar 2017

Second Half Fund programme grant to Volunteer It Yourself Grant Ref AC00605

Amount: £201,000
Funder: Nesta
Recipient: Volunteer It Yourself
Region: South East Coast
District: Elmbridge District (B)

AC00625 31 Mar 2017

Second Half Fund programme grant to Volunteering Matters Grant Ref AC00625

Amount: £225,000
Funder: Nesta
Recipient: Volunteering Matters
Region: London
District: Hackney London Boro

Grant to Tax Volunteers 22 Feb 2017

the consultancy fees associated with exploring the possibility of merger between the charities Tax Volunteers and Tax Aid.

Amount: £15,000
Funder: Esmée Fairbairn Foundation
Recipient: Tax Volunteers
Region: South West
District: West Dorset District

"Good Idea" Young Volunteer Project 09 Mar 2017

Supporting young volunteers and promoting the benefits of young volunteers among voluntary organisations.

Grant to Reach Volunteering 02 Feb 2017

over one year towards research into and development of resources on increasing the effectiveness of skills-based volunteering for charities

Amount: £31,000
Funder: The Tudor Trust
Recipient: Reach Volunteering
Region: London
District: Lambeth London Boro

Voluntary Support North Surrey work targeted areas of deprivation 14 Mar 2017

To support running costs of Voluntary Support North Surrey

Helping children in more deprived parts of Spelthorne 23 Jan 2017

To continue to recruit, train and supervise volunteers to support local families.

Amount: £5,000
Funder: Community Foundation for Surrey
Recipient: Home-Start Spelthorne

Befriending Service - Increasing Capacity 17 Feb 2017

Befriending Service Increasing CapacityThrough a variety of carefully organised activities, we support and befriend those experiencing loneliness and isolation; • providing a sense of belonging for those who feel unwanted, excluded and forgotten • offering the opportunity to make friends and meet people in a supportive environment • helping people to regain social confidence and contribute to society Direct benefit: Those in receipt of our service benefiting from a reduction in loneliness, improved social confidence, wider network of social contacts. Indirect Beneficiaries: Families are often relieved to know there is someone providing support and companionship to their loved one. Given the known links between loneliness and mental and physical ill health, our services helps to improve health and well-being of individuals with a knock on effect of reduced demand on health & social care services. We rely heavily on volunteer input and volunteering reduces loneliness, improves connectedness with local community develops skills and improves confidence. To recruit a Volunteer Recruitment & Training Co-ordinator to be responsible for volunteer recruitment and taking volunteers through the whole recruitment, interviewing, vetting and induction process (reviewing and improving office systems in the process) and increasing our capacity to match volunteers with those waiting for a befriender. The Co-ordinator will work with other staff responsible for managing referrals (typically from health and social services) of those in need of befriending and ensure that the matching of volunteers and referrals is optimised and greatly accelerated. To reduce the befriending waiting list by responding in a timelier manner to those in need of the befriending service and to those expressing an interest in volunteering. This requires an additional resource – a Volunteer Recruitment & Training Co-ordinator. Having one person responsible for volunteer recruitment and processing through to readiness for matching will also enable review and streamlining of our current systems, thereby improving efficiency in the longer term. To reduce the administrative load on existing staff who have stepped in to respond to increased demand on the service but whose workloads are becoming unmanageable and unsustainable.

Helping the Redhill Youth Football teams 14 Mar 2017

Support for families unable to pay full subs for participation in a Youth Football Club, and training for coaches and young people.

Amount: £1,080
Funder: Community Foundation for Surrey
Recipient: Redhill Youth FC

Joining In! 07 Mar 2017

Outreach initiative to reduce isolation and increase community cohesion in 2 disadvantaged areas in a Surrey Borough.

Waverley SOUP Start Up-Kit 27 Jan 2017

SOUP project kits to help SOUP committees run more SOUP events for local residents where residents learn about creative/social projects in their community and can donate to these projects.

Volunteering & Groupwork Project (VGP) 15 Mar 2017

Volunteering & Group Work Project Costs – supported adult volunteering to help survivors of Domestic Abuse.

Parent Infant Mental Health Support (PIMHS) Project 23 Feb 2017

To enable a Parent Infant Mental Health Support (PIMHS) training programme.

Amount: £6,000
Funder: Community Foundation for Surrey
Recipient: Home-Start East Surrey

Senior Archery Coaching certficate 10 Jan 2017

Support towards the costs of a Senior Archery Coaching certificate for a volunteer with an archery club.

club support 23 Feb 2017

To support a part-time member of staff, undertake youth club support work.

Core Hiring Costs 06 Feb 2017

Supporting Camberley Central Job Club’s hire of facilities at High Cross Church and St Marys Church.

Ambassador for I Need Help 10 Mar 2017

Salary for an Ambassador for the 'I Need Help' (INH) helpline for young people up to the age of 25, in order to promote the service.

Amount: £5,080
Funder: Community Foundation for Surrey
Recipient: FamilyLine CLOSED

Challengers Young Volunteers 09 Mar 2017

Part funding for the salary of a Recruitment and Liaison Assistant to engage, recruit and retaining more young volunteers at Challengers.

Amount: £4,160
Funder: Community Foundation for Surrey
Recipient: Challengers