- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Total awarded
- Largest award
- Smallest award
- Earliest award date
- 10 Mar 1998
- Latest award date
- 30 Jun 2014
To help set up, and establish a support group for men with eating disorders, in the North East area.
To set up and register a credit union.
Towards running costs of a tandem cycle club for visually impaired people in Tyne and Wear.
Grant awarded to PRIAE (North East) 31 Oct 2000
To ensure that older people from black and ethnic minority groups in the North East receive services sensitive to their culture.
To adopt and promote a new model of caring for carers resulting from the carers' review and to explore its potential for changing the way in which carers receive help.
To use a wide range of arts programmes to allow disabled people to develop and communicate at a project in North Shields.
To commission a collection of plans for proposed works of art in North Tyneside.
Grant awarded to Friday Craft Club (Tyne & Wear) 18 Dec 2000
To finance a three year programme of tutor costs and materials for a third age craft group in Longbenton.
Towards a scheme, jointly with other North East and national trusts to provide bursaries to help community leaders develop their skills.
Towards working with disadvantaged groups and schools in Newcastle's West End. The project aims to highlight the loss of British flora and fauna through an art residency.
To contribute towards the centre's running costs.
To employ two additional part-time workers to allow the centre to extend its opening hours.
Grant awarded to Borders Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Youth Group (South Scotland) 10 Apr 2001
Towards employing a worker to organise regular support sessions for young people exploring issues around their sexuality.
Towards the manager's salary.
Towards the rental and maintenance costs of a community centre in Sunderland.
Towards musical equipment, training and a storage cupboard for use in the club's music workshops.
Towards training eight speech and language therapists to help children who stammer, especially those living in the remote areas of the North East.
To upgrade the inadequate computer system.