- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 01 Apr 2004
- Latest award date
- 11 Aug 2020
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Childcare Capital Project 15 Jul 2004
The project will enhance and complement the current childcare service provided by this organisation, by developing a security entry system and purchasing new equipment. It will also create external storage facilities in order to combat vandalism.
This capacity building project over two years, will provide group advocacy for people using British Sign Language with the aim of providing information, involving them in local service planning and development, give them the opportunity to deal with specific issues, and develop their skills and confidence. The grant will meet the salary costs of two workers as well as training costs for staff and volunteers, travel and running costs as well as the purchase of office equipment.
Children and Family Centre Garden and Play Area 15 Jul 2004
The project will create an outdoor play area and garden to benefit children and families which use the drop in centre.
Development of Organisation 15 Jul 2004
The project will enable voluntary and community organisations in the South West Region to contribute to and influence policy and decision making at a regional level. This grant will contribute towards the salaries of key members of staff and running costs.
Outreach Support 15 Jul 2004
This is an innovative project working for people with sensory and/or physical disabilities, on an outreach basis in rural Devon, enabling people to gain confidence in working together to improve and inform local service provision and access, in ways that will positively make a difference to their lives e.g. health, social services, local leisure venues, shops, education, employment, transport, etc.
Refurbishment 15 Jul 2004
The project will refurbish and modernise the crÃ¨che's existing premises creating an additional 43 places in North and West Belfast.
Start up equipment 16 Jul 2004
The organisation is a baby and toddler group which has recently been set up to run one 2 hour session per week. The project is to provide equipment to make the premises where the group meets, safer and more child friendly. The award is for a baby changing unit, safety mats and stair gates.
Mental Health Day 16 Jul 2004
This group raises awareness of mental health issues in the Charnwood area, promotes improved service and reduces discrimination. The project is to run a Mental Health Day targeting people with mental health difficulties and their carers. The event will encompass physical, social and educational activities including gentle aerobics, line dancing, tai chi, badminton, complementary therapists and information on mental health.
Building links with the community 16 Jul 2004
This RSPB group raises awareness of nature conservation and the work of the RSPB in Leicester. The project is to encourage young people to be more involved in wildlife by involving 6 schools located in the inner city area. The group will purchase visual aids to initiate interest employing games and activities and will take small groups into local parks and countryside. The schools will also be encouraged to create wildlife gardens in their grounds.
Tet celebration 16 Jul 2004
The organisation provides a variety of facilities for the Vietnamese community including advice, support and social events. The project is to hold an event in January 2005 to celebrate Tet, the Vietnamese New Year. This will include lion dance and traditional Vietnamese dance performances by children as well as singing and traditional food. The award is for tutor fees, venue hire, materials and decoration, stamps and letters.
Music library 16 Jul 2004
This group set up in September 2003 to develop musical standards and the range of music for people who play the clarinet. The grant will enable the group to establish a library of sheet music. Using the library as a resource will allow the Society to be more versatile in its choice of music. The award is for sheet music and music folios.
Additional equipment 16 Jul 2004
This group, run by disabled people, runs a weekly programme of arts and crafts activities for disabled artists in Derby and Derbyshire. The project will provide additional equipment to equip the group's new centre to cater for the increased membership and to offer a more effective service.
Theatrical Performance 16 Jul 2004
This forum aims to raise standards of tenant participation across the East Midlands, bringing together tenants, residents, leaseholders, officers, councillors and board members of landlord associations to encourage networking, effective communication, share best practice and to develop and implement a regional training strategy. The project will enable a theatrical company to put on a play covering tenant participation and getting people involved.
Equipment and courses 16 Jul 2004
This football club was formed in August 2003 and has over 300 girls who play regularly in its nine teams. The group will use the award to purchase equipment and to enable volunteers to gain qualifications in refereeing and coaching. The award is for coaching, referee and child protection courses and equipment.
Fit for Life 16 Jul 2004
This group promotes the well being of older people by providing a range of services including day centres, luncheon clubs, drop-in sessions, trips and information and advice. The project will provide 48 weeks of health related activities at existing clubs including fitness and diet sessions and trips to leisure facilities.
access ramp 16 Jul 2004
This group offers advice and information to ethnic minority communities to relieve poverty, advance education and preserve and protect health. The project will provide an access ramp to the building to ensure that services are available to all in the community. The award is for building work to provide an access ramp.
Outings 16 Jul 2004
This group provides recreational and leisure activities and support for people with Muscular Dystrophy in the Leicester area. The project is to fund a programme of outings for members. The award is for outings and admin costs.
coaching at national academy 16 Jul 2004
This Association offer opportunities for people with physical disabilities, learning difficulties and hearing impairments to play cricket. The project is to enable the England cricket squad for people with physical disabilities to receive training and coaching in cricket skills and food and nutrition at the ECB's National Academy in Loughborough.
Disabled section 16 Jul 2004
The organisation provides archery facilities both social and competitive for the community of Northampton. The project is to set up a disabled section of the club with qualified coaching provided.
Motor Scooter 16 Jul 2004
This group provides for patients and former patients of the Nottingham City Hospital Renal Unit by establishment of clubs, recreation centres and equipment to benefit all such persons. The project will provide an electric mobility scooter to be kept at the groups convalescent holiday home for existing and former patients of Nottingham City Hospital. The award is for electric scooter.