- Total grants
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- Total recipients
- Total awarded
- Largest award
- Smallest award
- Earliest award date
- 01 Apr 2004
- Latest award date
- 31 Mar 2017
Exploring the people around us! 01 Jul 2015
The organisation will use the funding to run family based activities, including art, baking, photography and team games, during school holidays. This will bring families from different backgrounds and cultures together to improve engagement and cohesion and reduce exclusion.
This group will use the funding for workshops with children focusing on their rights and parental guidance.
Out of hours school activities 02 Feb 2017
Cantonian High School in Cardiff will use the grant to improve the after school activities available to students. This grant for Â£4,534 will fund sessional worker fees, refreshments, and resources.
This project will replicate their existing Edinburgh provision by establishing a bereavement service for children and young people based Ibrox Parish Church, in the Greater Govan area of Glasgow. The project will support children and young people aged four to 18 who are struggling to cope with the bereavement of a parent, sibling, close family member or friend.
The club near Cookstown offers sporting and recreational activities to the community. They are using the Â£9,560 to make improvements to the group's premises so they can be used for a greater range of events and activities.
The organisation will use the funding to train local females as coaches to enable them to deliver a series of recreational after school activities for girls in the local community. This will increase available of activities which will aim to raise aspirations, self-esteem, social skills and personal and physical development.
1st Wooburn Scout Hut floor replacement 22 Apr 2015
The organisation will use the funding replace the flooring in their scout hut which is used as a community facility and by many groups and organisations within the wider community. This will allow the continuation of a safe and accessible resource for the service users of this community facility by installing new flooring.
Volunteer Management Skills - Rotherham. 06 Apr 2016
The organisation will use the funding to train senior volunteers to manage and lead teams of volunteers and gain an accredited, professional qualification. This will provide volunteers with additional skills and enable them to be better equipped to manage other volunteers.
This is a project to improve the environment of a community use building through refurbishment works and the installation of new air conditioning equipment. This will enhance the versatility of the facility and make it more welcoming for visitors.
The Coleraine organisation runs a number of initiatives including a healthy eating cafÃ©, educational projects and community festivals. They are using the Â£9,920 to renovate and relaunch the healthy eating cafÃ©.
The club organises events and activities for young people in the Milford area of Armagh. They are using a Â£9,002 to run a programme where youth club members take part in activities with young people and adults who have a physical or learning disability.
Wee Kidders 05 Aug 2015
This group aim to bring people together through storytelling and offer a number of outreach services in areas such as learning, employability and health & wellbeing. This project will build on the group's existing activities by engaging local children(aged 4-7) and their families, in stories, games and creative play.
This is the expansion of current weekday activities which will provide weekend club activities for older people to address social isolation at weekends. The project will be open to all members of the older community at risk of social isolation for reasons such as poor health, living alone or those who generally lack confidence to take part in community activities.
Senior Safe & Social 23 Mar 2016
Following an 18 month successful pilot, the project will be rolled out to ten further locations to reduce loneliness and social isolation for older people living in and around Harlow. Through social hubs, a range of activities will be offered including lunch clubs neighbourhood support, friendship groups, days out, tea and chat groups. In addition twice per year additional events will focus on safety information and advice on how to remain independent within the home environment.
Active Youth 08 Feb 2017
The funding will be used to run sports sessions targeting black, Asian, and minority ethnic (BAME) young people aged 16 to 25 years old. Activities will include table tennis, pool, darts, cricket and football. The project aims to increase levels of physical activity, improve health and wellbeing and raise confidence and aspirations amongst those involved.
GROW - Grange Residents of Winsford 19 Oct 2016
This project will use the funding to set up a community cafÃ© which will be a focal point for the community to come together to access nutritious food, gain work experience and opportunities to volunteer. The cafÃ© will also provide a space for meetings and training. This will provide a community facility to bring the community together to access social activities and to help to reduce isolation.
Festival Radio 12 Jun 2015
This project will allow the group to run a course in â€˜Festival Radioâ€™ for unemployed vulnerable people which will help them to build up their employability skills.
We Love Volunteers - Valentine Party 23 Aug 2016
Project Summary : Gresford and District War Memorial Community Centre Trust in Wrexham will use the grant to hold a St Valentineâ€™s day party to bring people together to celebrate the difference that volunteers make in the community. This grant for Â£1,210 will fund a band, a hog roast and other food, decorations, invitations and printing costs, venue hire, cutlery and plates and hire of glasses.