- 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 support a programme which enables older people to continue to live in their own homes.
To continue to provide a welfare benefits service in the coalfield villages of Northumberland.
Towards the salaries of three workers and one supervisor for a project in Ellesmere Port.
Towards a series of meetings with all the local support groups run by the organisation, and a half day training seminar to produce a development plan and fundraising strategy.
To replace an existing prefabricated village hall in an isolated rural community.
To provide an outreach welfare benefits and debt advice service to surrounding coalfield communities.
To employ a worker to encourage membership of the local credit union and provide a home visiting service.
To establish a personal development programme for learning disabled women through creative arts at a project in Newcastle.
Towards the provision of lip-reading lessons to enable members of the organisation to communicate easier.
Towards the development of a community centre and a range of activities.
To purchase and refurbish a shop, dance studio and flat to use as a training and community space as part of a project for homeless young people in Ashington.
To provide vulnerable older people, living in their own homes or in rented accommodation, with security measures in areas of high crime.
Towards the salary of a project co-ordinator to assist with the development of a new community learning and resource centre in Sunderland.
To provide core funding for two projects: SPLAT (Seaham Pupils Lunchtime Activity Team) which tackles bullying in schools, and the Young Volunteers Group.
Towards the development, training and supervision of relationship counsellors.