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- 03 Mar 1997
- Latest award date
- 30 Jan 2020
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CTCTYP Capacity Building Project 17 Jul 2006
Employment of a new Outreach Worker post to enable the initiation and development of the youth theatre's first ever outreach programme covering Wrexham, Denbighshire and Flintshire.
Grant to Streetvibe Young People Service 10 May 2017
This project will provide a detached/street outreach service with mentoring for children and young people 10 -18 years old with a range of disadvantages. They aim to help young people build positive relationships with adults and a sense of belonging.
Baby Blues: The Bad Mind 13 Apr 2016
The project will innovatively utilise an Arts Clinic approach to explore and creatively document how post-natal depression and mental health issues impact on black British women of African-Caribbean heritage. It will be specific in its attempts to the targeting and recruitment of its cohort and participants from Birmingham inner city neighbourhoods: - Aston, Handsworth, Lozells, and Perry Barr. Project objectives will be evidencing of outreach work on public health and mental health topics undertaken by project staff, practitioners and researchers, action learning focus groups, plenary discussions/workshops, and utilising both social media web-blogs and web-feeds. The project will support public engagement with biomedical and health related research using academic and public engagement advisors to underpin public health topics, methodology and ethics. Integral to this will be how Arts Clinics captures emotions from participants, and is senstively used for evidencing of real life mental health and post-natal experiences and having this ethically communicated. E.g. using the performing arts to highlight social inter-actions arrived at from consultations and feedback generated from 'Question & Answers' sessions with women - (some that live/are affected by post-natal stress, others with sensitive cognitive behaviour issues impacting within their family/ social environment(s) and in personal relationships).
The Bank 14 Sep 2016
The organisation will use the funding to run a drop in centre for young people aged 11 to 16 years, including volunteering opportunities. This will provide diversionary activities for young people to reduce issues linked to anti-social behaviour and improve community cohesion between different groups of young people within the community.
Grant to Hessle Road Network 26 Jun 2019
Feasibility study costs to develop social housing to support young people who are vulnerably housed/homeless
Grant to Hessle Road Network 31 May 2013
This charity provides a range of support services to children and young people in West Hull. They will use a grant to fund their Sexual Health worker and to contribute to their core costs.
Grant to Hessle Road Network 26 May 2016
funding will allow the charity to develop a pilot employment project that will provide structured targeted support to disadvantaged young people (NEETs) to better prepare for and have better access to available employment opportunities
Funding under Sport England's Small Grants funding programme for a Revenue project titled 'To deliver more sailing for older children in West Suffolk'. This project lists its main activity as Sailing & Yachting.
Senior Supported Housing Officer Salary 25 Jul 2018
Chyp supports young people who find themselves homeless, through no fault of their own, as a result of family break up, abuse or leaving care. All of Chyp’s clients are economically and educationally disadvantaged and have suffered from complicated and insurmountable challenges in their lives. Each young person has their own individual needs to address. Most importantly they need somebody they can trust and rely on, often for the first time in their lives, that’s where Chyp comes in. We would like support for our SSHO salary who works with the young residents from day one to agree a support plan and goals they want to achieve.
Refurbishment of youth charity's premises 10 Sep 2013
Towards the refurbishment of a youth centre in Truro, Cornwall to upgrade the dilapidated building and create a welcoming cafe and new meeting rooms.
Activities and engagement programme for young people in Frome
Hear our Voice 15 Mar 2005
This three year grant will fund two key posts of the Hear Our Voice project, which is a successful and established service in Cornwall, where young people aged 11 to 25 years, who are experiencing stress and the on-set of mental health difficulties can work through their problems, and find positive ways of coping, and receive the appropriate services from other agencies.
Sailing Dinghy Purchase 30 Mar 2006
Charity that provides sailing lessons for young people from local schools will use Award to purchase a new multi-purpose dinghy that will cater for sailors of all skills.