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SHIFT 26 Nov 2010

A grant to Guildhall School of Music & Drama for SHIFT

WELSH PATHFINDER 26 Nov 2010

A grant to Welsh National Opera Ltd for ArtWorks WELSH PATHFINDER

Amount: £2,000
Funder: Paul Hamlyn Foundation
Recipient: Welsh National Opera Ltd
Region: Wales
District: Caerdydd - Cardiff

Where are the People - extra support 24 Jan 2013

A grant to Belfast Exposed for Where are the People - extra support

Amount: £1,492
Funder: Paul Hamlyn Foundation
Recipient: Belfast Exposed

After School Music Clubs 28 Apr 2006

A grant to Bessemer Grange for PTA After School Music Clubs

Amount: £4,800
Funder: Paul Hamlyn Foundation
Recipient: Bessemer Grange PTA
Region: London
District: Southwark London Boro

Animate This! 28 Apr 2006

A grant to Friends of the Ancient House, Museum of Thetford Life for Animate This!

TAKE 2 29 Jun 2006

A grant to Glocal Film Ltd for TAKE 2

Amount: £3,745
Funder: Paul Hamlyn Foundation
Recipient: Glocal Film Ltd
Region: London
District: Hackney London Boro

Providing Free Informal Educational Experiences for Young People in Camelford 15 Aug 2006

A grant to The South West Theatre Company for Providing Free Informal Educational Experiences for Young People in Camelford

Amount: £2,265
Funder: Paul Hamlyn Foundation
Recipient: The South West Theatre Company
Region: South West
District: Cornwall

Transformations 29 Jun 2006

A grant to Puppet Centre Trust for Transformations

Amount: £3,129
Funder: Paul Hamlyn Foundation
Recipient: Puppet Centre Trust
Region: London
District: Wandsworth London Boro

Arts Across the Curriculum Project 2006-2007 15 Aug 2006

A grant to Fatfield Primary School for Arts Across the Curriculum Project 2006-2007

The Responsible Body - Dance & Citizenship 15 Aug 2006

A grant to Woking Dance Festival for The Responsible Body - Dance & Citizenship

Amount: £3,800
Funder: Paul Hamlyn Foundation
Recipient: Woking Dance Festival
Region: South East Coast
District: Woking District (B)

Clawton Youth Club Dance Project 28 Nov 2006

A grant to Clawton and District Youth Club for Clawton Youth Club Dance Project

Inside the Architecture - process of consultation to build new creative prisons 28 Nov 2006

A grant to Rideout (Creative Arts for Rehabilitation) for Inside the Architecture - process of consultation to build new creative prisons

Training & Development 18 Apr 2016

This grant will enable trustees, staff and volunteers to access a range of training & professional development opportunities to ensure that the quality of service of family support that we offer is maintained.

Bereavement Support Groups 18 Apr 2016

We need funding to cover the costs of training volunteers to facilitate Bereavement Support Groups. These costs cover the trainer's fee, room hire, stationery (papers, pens, folders etc), refreshments, administrative costs.

ROSE HILL JUNIOR YOUTH CLUB (JYC) 18 Apr 2016

We wish to extend our current Saturday morning football sessions into a multi-sport session for ages 10 yrs +, run with our partners Youth Ambition. Offering an exciting range of active games DodgeBall/Tchoukball/QuickCricket, this session will encourage children/young people to engage in enjoyable, fun physical activity rather than being sedentary at home. Alongside the sports/games we will offer everyone – parents included - a healthy, freshly prepared tasty lunch, cooked/served by local people using surplus food from charities FareShare and Oxford Food Bank. Our experience shows that this is a winning combination and a great way to bring the community together.

HS Event deposit 01 Aug 2016

HS Event deposit

Continue and grow ActivEyes project 14 Nov 2016

In 2015, Oxfordshire Association for the Blind set up a group called ActivEyes. Run predominantly by volunteers, it offers an exciting opportunity for anyone over the age of 18 with a visual impairment and living in Oxfordshire to take part in some challenging activities, with the aim of improving their health and mental well-being and building self-confidence. The core activities of the group are: Twice a month cycling event at Horspath running track. Undertaken with the support of tandem riders and trained volunteers. Due tot he popularity of this group we have purchased two tandem bikes and are keen to expand this service further. Once a month tennis with specially trained coaches in Abingdon Once a month sailing at Farmoor Reservoir Once a month social outing at the pub Occasional walks (usually ending with a pub trip) Games evenings with board games and group games Activities the group have also expressed an interest in include: Rock Climbing More cycling events Goalball Botcha Punting In just over year the group has gone from strength to strength, 15 of our current 53 members attend every social gathering, while others just attend for the acttvities they are interested in. Many of the members are now socialising together out side the ActivEyes group and it is wonderful to see this expansion of the group, to see them having so much fun, making new friends and support networks. We ant to ensure this group can both continue to operate and to grow.

Young Trustees Programme 08 Nov 2016

Student placement as 'visiting trustees'We want to place 20 students as 'visiting trustees' in local charity boards. The grant will go towards running a pilot programme between July 2016 and October 2017, providing 20 students with individual placements. The pilot will include student and host organisation recruitment, training for visiting trustees and ongoing support. Each Young Trustee will be required to complete a governance-based project that will have a lasting impact after they have left. The programme will end with a celebration event to promote the programme more widely, highlight individual student experiences on the scheme and bring student and community groups together.

Amount: £2,500
Funder: Oxfordshire Community Foundation
Recipient: Hub Ventures
Region: South Central
District: Oxford District (B)

Training sessions for champions 14 Nov 2016

The grant would help to develop our team of 25 Champions with learning disabilities. The Champion's work is core to what we do and what we are about; making sure that people with learning disabilities have a voice and that their views are taken seriously by wider society. The project supports and empowers people with learning disabilities (Champions) to better engage with and influence decision makers and hold them to account through meetings, consultations, lobbying and campaigning. The Champions serve on board (e..g. Thames Valley Police Independent Advisory Board) and attend consultations and meetings (e.g. local authority performance scrutiny) in their efforts to improve services. Funding from Oxfordshire County Council (OCC) and Comic relief supports the Champions to make a real difference in this day to day work to help marginalised people with learning disabilities to be less subject to discrimination from public attitudes, laws, policies and services. Champions also campaign for the rights of themselves and others with a learning disability; to make services more accessible, support more available, and their views taken more seriously by professionals and the general public. Through their participation in campaigns on topics such as hate crime, health checks, and benefits, Champions are able to influence policy and increase their confidence to speak up. Funding from the Co-op would support 40 x weekly two hour sessions of "People's Political Economy" where a paid session worker (Joel Lazarus, an Independent Social Research Foundation research fellow at the Department of Politics and International Studies, Warwick University) would help them to gain a greater understanding of and to develop their skills in the political, economic, lobbying, influencing and campaigning landscape.

Leg Press Machine 27 May 2016

Leg Press Machine

Amount: £2,000
Funder: Oxfordshire Community Foundation
Recipient: OXSRAD
Region: South Central
District: Oxford District (B)