- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Total awarded
- Largest award
- Smallest award
- Earliest award date
- 13 Mar 2001
- Latest award date
- 01 Aug 2017
Banbury Food for Charities 18 Apr 2016
Volunteers use their own vehicles to pick up and deliver the food. The grant would pay for petrol for a year, for insurance for a year, and for a dozen new fluorescent vests (needed when going to Aldi, Sainsbury and M&S)
Tea and Creativity Social Club 14 Nov 2016
In every community there are people who find themselves socially isolated either through illness or a lack of confidence to socialise. 13th Theatre company started the Tea and Creativity Social Club to break down the breaks of social isolation and to enable to people to feel that they are important and have a purpose in life. The grant will enable us to buy materials, pay for hall hire and publicity
Emergency First Aid Training for volunteers 18 Apr 2016
The grant will go towards training thirty volunteers in the South Oxfordshire area by providing training from an accredited First Aid training facilitators.
Keep seniors active 18 Apr 2016
It will enable us to invite good-quality speakers and entertainers to come to the club and support our efforts to get the elderly out of their homes and become more active in older age.
Response Giving 14 Nov 2016
One of our aims is to bring enjoyment to people coping with sever mental illness. Many are not able to access ordinary social activities because of the devastating effect severe mental illness has. Often their lives are totally transformed in a horrible way and they are unable to continue with their plans. This knowledge can be very depressing. "Response giving" aims to organise fun events and pleasurable activities in places they are familiar with and so they can relax and enjoy. One of these is our "fun BBQ" in the grounds of one of the homes. We have various activities - tombola, raffle, mystery lucky dip, "guess the name of grandma bear" as well as a delicious BBQ. All very inexpensive to our guests. All this costs money and we are always looking at ways to make it even happier. With your grant we could hire some live music for a simple sing along and we could hire and entertainer. We need a gazebo or two. All this would make huge difference to this project.
Junior Club - "Friday Night Project" 01 Dec 2016
The grant will help us mantain and develop the Junior Club during 2017. There are currently 39 children registered with the club and the weekly attendance is between 20 - 25. The grant will mainly be spent on arts and crafts material, food for cooking sessions, volunteer expenses and trips away from Wood Farm/Lye Valley.The trips away from the local area, either within or out of Oxford, are important because a number the children who attend the club rarely move outside of their local area.
The Noise - Actions Speak Louder project to encourage youth volunteering in Gloucester
Towards a business planning day in Scotswood, Newcastle.
A Touch of Royalty: Royal Kensington Palace 17 Mar 2016
We will organise a trip to Kensington Palace to enable members to realise long wished for experiences. On subsequent meetings we will use photographs taken on the trip to relive the experience and where possible relate it to each members' memories of their own lives during the period.