- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Total awarded
- Largest award
- Smallest award
- Earliest award date
- 06 May 2004
- Latest award date
- 17 Oct 2017
To create a new post 24 May 2006
The organisation provides recreation, education and cultural opportunities for children in the area. The project will extend their work into new geographical areas.
Play Pods for Primary Schools 02 Feb 2007
This project provides a container or 'Pod' full of diverse materials that can stimulate, facilitate and enhance children's play in the school playground. These loose parts will be chosen and stocked by the children themselves from a list of renewable resources. The project will be carried out in Bristol, Bath, North East Somerset and South Gloucester.
Checkpoint 23 Apr 2015
This project aims to tackle child sexual exploitation. The previous service provided intensive casework with children and young people reporting child sexual exploitation, a schools awareness programme delivered to children in the classroom, as well as training to local professionals to improve levels of understanding.
Bridging The Gap 06 Aug 2007
TThe Bridging the Gap project, run by Childrens Playlink, will provide an Inclusive Play Support Worker to support parents and young people aged between 5 and 16 to remove barriers to play that can sometimes exist for children with disabilities. The project will work with play schemes in the area to ensure children with disabilities have an equal number of play opportunities and disabled and non-disabled children playing together becomes standard practice.
Checkpoint Devon 01 Jul 2015
This new project will provide therapeutic services including cognitive behavioural therapy and counselling to children and young people who are being exploited and abused or are at significant risk. Working with partners, including the police and childrenâ€™s services, intensive support and a care plan intervention will be developed for each young person. The project will also engage with the childâ€™s family to help them understand their needs and to provide additional support.
Little Steps/Big Steps 16 Apr 2013
The project will support 280 young parents aged 14-25 living in Swansea by delivering improved signposting and support throughout their parenting journey. This will be achieved by working with them and using other agencies to define pathways through pregnancy and parenthood, creating plans for them, providing life coaches to help support and steer and creating a focused assessment process.
Pacific Waves 23 Mar 2016
A project to support children, young people aged 10-17, and parents with experience of domestic violence. The project will include one to one intensive counselling and group sessions covering a variety of topics such as communication skills, coping skills, exploring controlling behaviours and personal support networks. The project aims to reach 240 beneficiaries.
To provide playworker support and guidance 30 Mar 2006
The group will provide a playworker to support children with disabilities/additional needs during mainstream after school clubs.
A project by this London based charity to provide creative post natal depression therapy sessions to mothers in Teignbridge, Devon, with a view to providing them stronger life skills through improved emotional literacy, increased self worth and internal coping mechanisms.
light to sound workshop project 15 Dec 2006
This project involves special light therapy activity for children with severe learning needs and disabilities. The group are an experienced long running children's charity and work with special schools to help improve the quality of life for many children.
The group will publish a report on a case study, plan and run a pilot training course and organise a support group for carers and parents of children with Aspergers syndrome.
transfer of MK/1/010078197 07 Feb 2005
Association of Children's Hospices is a national umbrella organisation that works on behalf of all children's hospice services in the UK, children with life-limiting conditions and their families. In this project ACH will develop a Communications Department to improve the effectiveness of communication with member children's hospices in the UK and those groups they seek to reach.
activity club 19 Oct 2005
The group will offer further development opportunities for music and drama. A professional artist will lead weekly sessions for young people aged 4-19. fees for tutor/co-ordinator £1520, equipment/instruments £1680, admin/venue hire/launch £1800.
Walking the walk 15 May 2007
The project is to help the group publicise a charity walk in Exeter to raise awareness of the effects of the 20-year civil war in Uganda. The project will also involve organising African themed events around the day of the walk to encourage active participation thus giving attendees the chance to learn more about African culture. The grant will contribute to advertising, creating sponsorship forms, 2 sessional workers and volunteer expenses.