- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Total awarded
- Largest award
- Smallest award
- Earliest award date
- 10 Mar 1998
- Latest award date
- 30 Jun 2014
Towards the costs of running a school for parents of young children with cerebral palsy or similar conditions.
To contribute towards the cost of employing a leisure library outreach worker in the North East.
Towards a programme of workshops for young people and adults with special needs, in the North West.
Towards building a new neighbourhood centre and for parenting classes in the new centre.
Towards continuing and developing an information service for visually impaired people and their carers.
Towards building, furnishing and equipping the 'Special Room'.
Grant awarded to Caring Hands (Tyne & Wear) 11 May 1999
Towards the running costs of an organisation that provides services to support the independence of older and disabled people.
Towards access improvements.
To produce a video to be shown in a hospital in Rochdale, giving information on services available to victims of crime.
Towards supporting a new scheme in South Shields.
Towards furnishing a new building for women with mental health problems.
To provide 20 places at the northern summer school for families with deaf children.
Grant awarded to Dyslexia Action (Tyne & Wear) 14 Sep 1999
To teach and support 20 adults and young people whose lives, careers and mental health have been affected as a result of dyslexia.
To employ a family advice worker.
To enable the population of Shilbottle to participate in the creation of an organic community garden in order to grow cheap and healthy produce.
Grant awarded to DiGS (Cumbria) Ltd (North West) 21 May 1999
To add to the capital amount available for deposit bond guarantees so that single homeless people can access privately rented accommodation.
To fund a co-ordinator to recruit and train volunteers to provide support to disabled people, enabling them to participate in social and leisure activities.
Grant awarded to Stanley Youth Centre (Durham) 30 Jun 1999
To hold a two week arts project for the teenage Community Action Towards Safety group to address the problem of poor decoration and graffiti in the gym at the Youth Centre.
Towards the core running costs of a playgroup that encourages able-bodied and special needs children to play safely, creatively and co-operatively, in Newcastle.