- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 02 Feb 1998
- Latest award date
- 04 Jul 2018
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Grant to Wear Valley Women's Aid 28 Jul 2010
Setting up of First Step support programme for survivors of domestic abuse (aged 16-25) and their children - focusing on managing debt, finance and prevention of repeat homelessness
General contribution 11 Mar 2016
Quarterly donation 05 Oct 2015
Quarterly donation 16 Apr 2015
Towards family support services 30 Sep 2015
Towards family support services
Towards Head of Wingate Family Centre Salary and on costs Year 3
Towards Italy bike ride 21 May 2015
Towards Italy bike ride
Towards Salary contribution for Project Manager to coordinate all projects Year 1
To establish a multi-purpose centre for use as an office, information point, meeting place, and social and activities venue.
To provide outreach support to carers.
Grant awarded to Project M2720 (Tyne & Wear) 04 Aug 1998
Towards the establishment of an educational and training facility for young people aboard a decommissioned naval vessel moored at North Shields.
Towards funding a wheelchair basketball team.
Towards establishing a weekly volunteer run day club, offering social interaction, advice and support for 16 elderly people in Barnard Castle.
To purchase tools for a gardening initiative for people with longterm mental health problems in County Durham.
To provide disabled access to the front of the building and to contribute towards the cost of refurbishing the first floor.
To fund a co-ordinator to recruit and train volunteers to provide support to disabled people, enabling them to participate in social and leisure activities.
Towards the core costs of a self help support group for newly deafened and hard of hearing people in Peterlee, in County Durham.
To run a training course for the older members of the youth club.
For members of the Two Rivers Gateway Club to design a centrepiece 'metalwork statue' for a sensory garden in the grounds of a 'shared use' community college.