- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 01 Apr 2004
- Latest award date
- 10 Oct 2018
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- Largest GBP award
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The group supports sufferers of arthritis in the Banbridge area. They are using the Â£749 for a tea party to celebrate the work of their many volunteers.
Bringing Communities Together 25 Aug 2016
The organisation will use the funding to host a conference and invite all those working with or for children, young people and families in the Dorset area to share information about the work they do, learn from others and understand more about their community. This will improve community cohesion by celebrating and promoting the positive impact of diversity within the community, enhancing communities to build positive relationships, reduce crime and the fear of crime and to reduce and tackle radicalisation.
Tuesday Club participating In playing pool 22 Mar 2016
This club provides social engagement opportunities for older people in sheltered housing. They will use the funding for a pool table.
Enrichment and Advocacy in Care Home 29 Apr 2015
The group will use the funding to provide an arts movement and advocacy project to help nursing home residents who have little contact with friends and family and who are unable to express themselves. This will provide engaging activities that are centered on an individualâ€™s needs and interests to improve their daily life and their care in nursing homes.
Local participation project 18 Aug 2016
The organisation will use the funding to host a music festival on the theme of 'world music' that will showcase emerging talent from the local community and celebrate diversity.
The funding will be used to run a programme of activities that will support bilingual people who have been impacted by Brexit. The project aims to improve levels of engagement in community activities and encourage positive community spirit.
Hearth, Health and History: Whithornâ€™s Wild Banquet
Grangetown Community Concern in Cardiff will use the grant to hold a street party to celebrate their community. This grant for Â£810 will fund catering equipment, marketing materials, decorations, sound equipment hire and volunteer expenses.
Clwb Cemig, Llangwm 16 Dec 2016
Clwb Cemig, in Conwy, will organise a series of educational talks on topics of health and fitness as well as a trip to take part in health promotion activities. The grant, of Â£850, will fund guest speaker fees, transport costs, venue hire, and administration and event costs.
Come Let Us Celebrate 01 Sep 2016
The organisation will use the funding to hold a celebratory event to showcase and celebrate the achievements of previous and current pupils and also share different African cultures through performances, games, food and music. The events will be open pupils and their families, friends and residents from neighbouring areas and local councillors.
This school will use the funding for their newly formed music group that will teach pupils to play the ukulele.