- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Total awarded
- Largest award
- Smallest award
- Earliest award date
- 01 Apr 2004
- Latest award date
- 31 Mar 2017
Y.V.P.A - Young Voices with Positive Attitudes 03 Mar 2016
The charity will expand their activity programme for young people who are at risk of engaging in anti-social behaviour. This will enable beneficiaries to participate in positive activities, broadening their skills base and improving community cohesion.
The organisation will use the funding to deliver basic IT training, provide one to one support and guidance to unemployed people in the local community. This will enable beneficiaries to develop their skills, obtain a qualification and improve their employability.
The group will use the funding to host workshops that will inform organisations of a community infrastructure charge being introduced into the area. This will give community leaders the skills and information to plan consultations locally, establish the needs of residents and improve cohesion.
Epilepsy Action Family Camp (@OTW) 25 Feb 2016
The group will use the funding to set up a therapeutic recreation camp for children living with the effects of Epilepsy. This will improve beneficiariesâ€™ social skills, wellbeing and reduce isolation and help parents or carers with coping strategies.
NSFC Mental Health Ambassadors 14 Oct 2015
The organisation will used the funding to deliver a programme for students aged 16-19 to explore coping strategies for mental health including mindfulness, art, music therapy and exercise. This will enable participants who have suffered from mental health issues to be â€˜Mental Health Ambassadorsâ€™ and pass on their knowledge of positive coping strategies to new students and to other schools and colleges.
The group offers a range of health and fitness programmes in west Belfast. They are using the Â£9,490 to involve 16 groups across Northern Ireland in a Health Inequalities conference to bring different groups together and encourage collaboration.
Teach Life Skills to Class 5C + 5E 29 Nov 2016
Gwaelod-y-Garth Womens Institute in Cardiff will use the grant to expand the range of activities they provide at the local school, and take their members on a series of trips to places of interest. This grant for Â£3,765 will fund coach hire, entry fees, speakerâ€™s fees, cooking ingredients, and sewing machines.
All weather activity challenge 16 Mar 2016
This school will use the funding to install a play frame and pull up bars along with wet pour surface to provide a play facility to be used by school children and young people from the community. This will provide a facility for young people to challenge themselves and focus on positive activities.
YouthLeads 13 Jul 2016
This project will deliver positive activities to young people across Haringey, Enfield and Waltham Forest. Sixty young people with leadership potential will take part in a residential to gain teamwork skills and build new relationships. They will then plan activities with their youth clubs on bringing communities together, employability and healthy lifestyles, potentially in partnership with a local business or charity. Each year the young people will pitch their ideas to access up to Â£1,000 of funding.
The group will use the funding to hire a sessional case worker and provide volunteer training for people who are living with disabilities and may be housebound. This will enable the group to provide free legal advice to local beneficiaries and also train members of the community to become volunteers working with local charities and organisations.
New Outdoor/Indoor Room 22 Apr 2015
The organisation will use the funding to install a fully enclosed and glazed canopy that will be used to accommodate mother and baby and toddler user groups. This will enable the group to expand its membership to include younger, pre-school age children following the closure of local services, as well as an outdoor resource for extracurricular and out of school time activities.
Northern Lines 24 Jun 2015
This project is to deliver a community theatre project that will focus entirely on developing social and mental wellbeing, so individuals can become integrated into the community and relieve community tensions, creating lasting bonds. Activities will be in intergenerational and inter-ethnic settings with the project acting as a hub towards ongoing engagement with other services.
10 Inclusive Years 08 Mar 2017
The funding will be used by a charity to purchase equipment to help people with additional needs take part in training and confidence building workshops. The project aims to make the organisationâ€™s activities fully inclusive.
Young Holiday Club 16 Mar 2016
This group currently run a summer holiday playgroup for children aged seven and older. They will use the funding to provide a similar service for the 3-6 age group.
This group enables people to recover from mental ill health and build independent lives. They will use the funding for their â€˜Branching Outâ€™ project which involves taking those with mental health issues to a regional park to learn new outdoor skills.
Rockingham Get Fit Cricket 13 Jan 2016
The group will use the funding to deliver a series of out of school and holiday cricket activities, for people of all ages in the community. This will provide beneficiaries with aerobic exercise and encourage participation in physical activity, with the aim of reducing health inequalities in the area.
Tornaveen Community Hall extension and refurbishment
Improving Stevenage CAB IT (ISCI) 29 Jun 2016
This charity will use the funding to upgrade its computer systems by installing a new server. This will improve the efficiency of the group, help it to meet the demand for its services and enable it to support more people in need.
A community organisation in Manchester, who will run a two day festival to help strengthen the lesbian and bisexual womenâ€™s community in Manchester.