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- Earliest award date
- 01 Apr 2004
- Latest award date
- 31 Mar 2017
The aim of this new project is to encourage homeless clients to feel in control of their recovery whilst they are supported by a volunteer support worker (befriender) to access a broad range of services which can address their complex combination of needs.
Cancer Lifeline Creative Connections 13 Apr 2016
Cancer Lifeline provides support services to families affected by cancer in north Belfast. They are using the Â£9,115 grant to encourage isolated and vulnerable people affected by cancer to join in with craft classes and Feel Good Factor mornings.
ACCA Volunteer Project 27 Jan 2016
The group will use the funding to recruit and train additional volunteers to improve the services of the organisation for the benefit of the local community. This will provide beneficaries with the opportunity to engage in confidence building activities, community projects and training to help improve their future prospects.
Easter Carmuirs Park Masterplan 21 Feb 2017
This group will work with local residents, young people and existing community groups to improve Easter Carmuirs Park. This planning process will allow the community to reach a shared vision for the park.
The organisation is currently upgrading the recreation field, play equipment and pavilion in the village and will use the funding to bring the community together with a series of healthy breakfast events. This will enable local people to celebrate this new community asset and promote its health opportunities.
Ethnic Minority Health and Wellbeing Initiative 06 Oct 2015
This project aims to improve the physical activity and healthy food intake of up to 60 ethnic minority women in Glasgow through the delivery of practical cooking, exercise, advice and nutrition sessions.
The group will use the funding to provide citizenship workshops to different migrant communities. This will provide beneficiaries with the knowledge and skills needed to integrate into the wider British community.
The group will use the funding to repair and refurbish the sports hall. This will provide the local community with a safe, suitable venue for activities and events.
Merseyside Offender Mentoring Service 16 Jun 2016
This continuation and expansion of an existing project will support offenders both pre- and post-release, to successfully transition from custody, integrate back into the community and access the information, advice and support they need to plan and pursue more positive futures away from offending behaviour. Using a network of trained mentors that includes ex-offenders, the project will enable beneficiaries to build up trusted relationships and receive one-to-one guidance, emotional and practical support.
The group provides support for the community in Lisburn. The Â£9,250 grant is being used to make improvements to the hall so it can be used for more community activities.
This project will deliver two programmes: â€˜Nurture familiesâ€™ will offer 6 family day-sessions in local woodlands and â€˜Carers Supportâ€™ will offer relaxation therapies for carers twice weekly.
Swing Together 12 Jun 2015
This group are a performing arts group with a focus on dance. They will use the funding to carry out an intergenerational programme of activities with the aim of increasing understanding between local young people and local older people.
Saints Peter and Paul Fitness 11 May 2016
The organisation will use the funding to purchase gym equipment for the school for use by all of the school children suffering from obesity, and in particular the children who have autism, ASD and ADHD. This will enable the school to raise fitness and sporting awareness in the school, aiming to reduce levels of obesity, increase their physical fitness, and continue to integrate the children with complex needs in mainstream activities.
This charity will us the funding to provide practical work opportunities for artists with learning and physical disabilities. The project will include production and delivery of workshops to local schools and community organisations, supporting the delivery of community classes and planning and performing tours at community events. This will improve the skills of participants and help them to live more independently, lead more healthy and active lives and ensure they have the best chances in life.
Blagdon Play Project 24 Jun 2015
The group will use the funding to deliver a play programme focusing on recycled materials including training for staff and workshops. This will develop staff skills, improve creativity and play activities and promote wellbeing.
Playing Fit 11 Nov 2015
The group will use the funding to create a safe play area around one of the large trees in the school grounds. This will increase childrenâ€™s participation in the physical activities improving their health and wellbeing.
Words for Wellbeing 08 Feb 2017
This project is the creation of a writing group for women with mental health issues, as well as drop in sessions, with the aim of changing perceptions of mental health problems in Wakefield and promoting positive mental health.
Sunderland BME Network - Community Voice 20 Jan 2016
The organisation will use the funding to provide drop in sessions for members of the local BME communities. This will provide training, awareness raising and support around key community issues.
SubBox 15 Feb 2017
This project will run non-contact boxing sessions for young people affected by alcohol and substance abuse. It will provide anger management techniques and improve their social development.
The school will host a voluntary-led disability exhibition of events and activities which will promote fairness and social justice to the local community.