- Total grants
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- Largest award
- Smallest award
- Earliest award date
- 05 Jun 2004
- Latest award date
- 04 Aug 2017
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.
This club based in Kilmarnock will train volunteer coaches to allow it to cater for increasing participant numbers and ensure the sustainability of the club. This grant will fund a Level 2 UKCC coaching course for three volunteers and a Level 1 UKCC coaching course for one volunteer.
Recession Response: This is a project by a voluntary organisation in Cheshire. The organisation will use the funding to recruit and train volunteers to help marshal community events. This will provide a pool of trained volunteers to help improve the health and safety at local events.
Towards Fuel Poverty work - Volunteer costs 09 Mar 2016
Towards Fuel Poverty work - Volunteer costs
Towards volunteer activities 22 Apr 2015
Towards volunteer activities
Transform - Indoor Sports 17 Mar 2014
This group, based in Dalkeith, delivers social and recreational activities in six sheltered housing complexes throughout Midlothian and will extend this to include bowls and curling.
Volunteer Training 27 Mar 2013
This is a project by a charity in Ashbourne, Derbyshire. The group will use the funding to purchase a laptop to deliver Midas training for their volunteers. This will improve the capacity of the organisation to enable beneficiaries to acquire the necessary skills.
The school will recruit ten new volunteers and provide coaching training to volunteers. The grant will fund Umpiring workshops and coaching workshops.
This group will use the funding to train residential volunteers in the woodlands maintenance. The group will also purchase equipment such as a wood chipper and chainsaw to achieve self-sustainability.
Macclesfield Seals 60th Birthday Celebration 06 Oct 2016
Macclesfield Seals Swimming Club provide swimming activities for disabled people. The project is a celebratory (60 years in operation) event to thank all our supporters and volunteers who make the successful continuation of the Club possible providing an opportunity for existing and past members and volunteers to socialise, publicise, and re energise the work of the club in providing a safe and supportive swimming environment across a range of needs and abilities. The grant made a contribution towards event running costs.
This voluntary group in Portsmouth offer information and support in pregnancy, childbirth and early parenthood. They will use the award to allow three volunteers to attend the National Childbirth Trust conference. The volunteers will receive the most up to date training, allowing them to feedback the information back to the wider team and improve their service.
This group supports the delivery of the Duke of Edinburgh Award in the region. The group will use the grant to train ten new adult volunteers for the British Expedition Leadership Award. This will allow the volunteers to lead more young people in activities. This grant will be used to pay for the cost of tutor hours, minibus hire, first aid training, campsite costs, accommodation fees, governing body registration and tutor resource packs.
Grant to The Edlington Hilltop Centre Associates 04 Aug 2017
Our befriending service offers a lifeline to 200+ socially isolated OAPs and we would like to expand this by training more volunteers.
River Monitoring training and other small operational costs for a small conservation group.