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- 03 Jan 2017
- Latest award date
- 03 Aug 2017
To fund a Volunteer Co-ordinator's post
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
Grant to Volunteering Matters 11 May 2017
£135,000 over three years (3 x £45,000) for the salary, project delivery and support costs of an Inclusion Worker engaging young disabled people in volunteering.
Grant to Beacon Counselling 01 Feb 2017
To fund volunteer expenses for the volunteers who help Beacon at the Stockport Beer Festival. We have been the nominated charity of the year for the Stockport Beer Festival for the past 2 years and are now in our final year. This opportunity allows us to raise money that enables us to deliver free counselling services to vulnerable and disadvantaged people in Stockport. We have a charity run stall selling various beers and ciders and run a number of other fundraising activities of which all money raised goes directly to providing these services. The stall and activities are run by volunteers, many of whom are local to the area. There are 80 volunteer slots to be covered by approximately 50 volunteers throughout the day and evening meaning that we rely heavily on their support for the running of our stall. With a full complement of volunteers we have the potential to raise £8k which means we can even more counselling to people who are out of work or facing other financial hardship. The grant will cover the volunteers’ refreshments and travel expenses and will mean that we can attract more volunteers and use the money we would have spent on expenses to deliver counselling sessions for people in Stockport.
Connecting Volunteers 08 Feb 2017
This groupâ€™s training infrastructure for volunteers will be improved with the funding. Support will be given to volunteers who help people that are living in a rurally isolated area.
Bluelights Brigade 22 Mar 2017
This project is a volunteer training scheme for retired emergency service officers which will enable them to obtain a volunteer card qualification and take on a volunteering role with a local group.
This is a project by a charity in London, benefiting people in Eastleigh. They will use the funding to purchase a range of new furniture for the volunteer block at their respite centre. This will help to improve the facilities and provide safe and comfortable accommodation for volunteers.
Cemetery Angels 01 Mar 2017
This organisation will use the funding to provide equipment and run sessions for homeless people to clean and tend to the graves in a nearby cemetery. This will provide new skills for homeless volunteers and help reduce social isolation.
Increasing Volunteer Numbers/ Opportunites 01 Feb 2017
Improved signage and brochures will be funded to help engage more volunteers and promote the groupâ€™s services. This will raise awareness of courses they run and volunteering opportunities available at the centre.
The project will replace their website and IT equipment so they can serve the needs of the local community more efficiently, including people who use their community transport scheme.
The EBGC VTeam 'Get Together' Program 04 Jan 2017
This project will provide a volunteering support group where young volunteers will meet six times a year to receive training and support. This will increase volunteering capacity and provide young people with the skills, confidence and network support to be an effective volunteer.
Healthy Minds Healthy Communities 22 Feb 2017
This project is the delivery of wellbeing activities, including relationship building, wellbeing conversation, sewing and creative arts, for people with mental health issues. This will provide structured, positive things to do at a local venue, with the aim of reducing depression, loneliness and social isolation.