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- 14 Apr 2004
- Latest award date
- 28 Mar 2015
The aim of the project is to provide a resource and training annex for the Caerphilly Children's Centre which will provide a fully resourced library and internet access, a training room and a parents room. This facility will be used by parents of children with disabilities to access the best quality information and advice, as well as gain skills and confidence in addressing the needs of their children.
The Rural Family Support Project - Keith 143 18 Feb 2005
The project will establish family support & childcare resources to allow inclusive access to childcare. This will be done by providing specialised staff to support children with complex needs and creating a contact point for parents to get support and advice, developing additional childcare places, & creating opportunities for parents & carers to participate in joint play sessions.
Inclusive Anti-Bullying Programmes 06 May 2005
Currently disabled and refugee children and young people do not regularly access the Anti-Bullying Team's programme and are not fully represented by its Young People's Steering Group. To address this, the project will extend The Society's anti-bullying programme to include special schools and schools with a high number of refugee children and young people.
Devlt -Investing in the Regions 14 Jul 2005
NCVCCO is the umbrella agency for child care/family support organisations within the voluntary sector. It aims to ensure the well-being and safeguarding of children and families through maximsing the voluntary sector's contribution to the provision of services. This application is a development of an earlier grant. The project building on the original work, aims to embed the existing regional infrastructure in England for those organisations involved in child care/family support.
Giving children a voice 19 May 2006
This group's idea is to bring children together to think about their lives and the issues that affect them. They then meet with adults and consider the ways they can help their communities. administrative support, evaluation report costs, production of a strategic development plan, travel and subsistence and printing.
light to sound workshop project 15 Dec 2006
This project involves special light therapy activity for children with severe learning needs and disabilities. The group are an experienced long running children's charity and work with special schools to help improve the quality of life for many children.
NCH Alness Families Project 17 Mar 2006
A joint initiative with partner agencies to bridge an identified gap and ease the transition of the most vulnerable families towards universal provision, by creating an outdoor play area at project base. Designed to provide intensive support to families in a group setting where parenting skills can be rehearsed more publicly and developed until the parent and child are both confident to move into mainstream groups.
This project provides support and advice to young people moving from care, supervision or troubled home lives in the Moray area in their transition to independence. The project will provide advocacy, mentoring, advice, guidance and emotional support to 275 young people over four years helping them to develop and implement personal plans to achieve their own goals for independent living, focusing on employment, training and accommodation.This four year grant will fully fund staff salaries.
Caudwell Children's Child Ambassadors 21 Jul 2008
A project by this Stoke-on-Trent charity to develop a national children's board, regional child champion networks and an interactive portal website to provide an online social network for disabled young people. The group hopes to encourage young people to provide peer support and to influence national policies and agendas that will affect their future.
Blackburn Asylum Hub 13 Aug 2008
This project is developing new services for vunerable children and young people at an existing centre in Blackburn. The Children's Society has developed the provision of support in health, education and integration. It also provides information and assistance with health issues by providing meetings with health professionals. The project assists with budget planning and healthy eating, as well as donating clothing.
Fire and Water Project 16 Sep 2008
This project aims to provide play activities for children and young people across the East Midlands including campfire cooking, boating and dam building, working with play rangers, fire brigades and existing play facilties. The project aims to change the perception of fire and water play and give other organisations the confidence to run these types of activities themselves. The project will benefit 1,200 children and young people aged 5 to 15 years old, including children with disabilities.
Nottingham Community Mentoring project 11 Nov 2009
This Nottingham project is the development of a pilot project held in London. The project will recruit adult volunteers from the community, train them as mentors and match them with vulnerable young people aged 11 to 14 who would benefit from one to one support. Beneficiaries may be at risk of truancy, or be victims of crime and bullying, young offenders, young people with difficult home lives and those experiencing difficulty with periods of transition, such as from primary to secondary school.
Rural Area Play Project (RAPP), Early Years 13 Aug 2009
This community organisation based in Hampshire will use an award to set up a Rural Play Area project during school holidays for children up to five years of age. At present there is a scheme that only accommodates children aged four to sixteen, excluding younger children.
This project will work across Leeds, primarily with refugees and asylum seekers, supporting them to face and overcome problems such as immigration status, poverty, language barriers and lack of knowledge of the British way of life. The beneficiaries will have a multitude of special needs, their lives having been characterised by turbulence,emotional trauma and family loss. The project will provide information, advice and support on a one-to-one basis to children in vulnerable families, according to need.
The Secret Jungle 10 Aug 2010
This is a new project based in Northdown Park, Margate. The aim of The Secret Jungle is to provide free safe and accessible play opportunities for disabled children and young people and their families. The Lottery grant will pay for a security system and supervision for children to play in a garden with a specialist playground, sensory areas and learning zones.The parents of children with disabilities will have the opportunity to meet, socialise, share information and support one another.
The Mary Mary Gardening Project 22 Sep 2011
This voluntary organisation in Cumbria will use funding to deliver a music, story and gardening project to engage parents and young children, which will include indoor and outdoor plant growing activities. This will provide accessible activities to engage families in a rural area, and offer opportunities for parents and children to share new experiences together.
This project aims to engage and motivate families with children up to five years old in two of the most deprived wards in the area. These families are reluctant to access statutory and other support services for their children and themselves, which is having a detrimental effect on their child's development and quality of life and is pushing them into social isolation. The project will offer support options in various local, accessible locations and timings will be arranged to suit the families involved.
Tyne Gateway - Extending the Reach 13 Dec 2011
The Tyne Gateway project will expand work tackling child poverty across North and South Tyneside, and engage around 270 families to raise children's behavioural and educational abilities. A successful pilot to deal with unemployment and lack of skills in the community is being adapted to address wider and more complex issues. 'Family entrepreneurs' will work with families to assess the help and support they need. These entrepreneurs will be from the local community and have experienced similar issues.