- Total grants
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- Total recipients
- Total awarded
- Largest award
- Smallest award
- Earliest award date
- 11 Dec 2001
- Latest award date
- 15 Mar 2017
Bath Place Environment Centre 31 Mar 2006
A project by this volunteer conservation group based in Leamington Spa, Warwickshire to refurbish and enhance their operational building in order to provide better training and facilities to local groups.
The Green Machine Project 23 Nov 2005
BTCV, which operates locally as Conservation Volunteers NI, will use the grant to continue and expand, its Green Machine project, delivering short environmental workshops and activities to young people and the general public. The grant, over two years, will partially support the salary of a f/t Green Machine project officer, accommodation, general running expenses, producing information and travel for staff and volunteers.
Step Outside 22 Oct 2013
This is a continuation of an existing project by The Conservation Volunteers (TVC) based in Leeds which aims to improve the life prospects and wellbeing of people who face multiple disadvantages, through the provision of social, learning and volunteering opportunities based in the natural environment. The project will help 18,050 people in Leeds; 15,000 children and young people, 3000 disadvantaged adults and 50 project volunteers.
This project in Leeds gives disadvantaged unemployed individuals the opportunity to gain confidence, self-esteem, friendships and skills through engagement as volunteers in practical environmental activities. The project includes newly developed induction programmes and support the volunteers. The existing centre will be refurbished to provide larger safer kitchen facilities and a woodwork room. Additional activities include publicity, administration, preparing refreshments and social events.
Three local conferences 17 Sep 2004
With Lottery funding the British Trust of Conservation Volunteers will run local group conferences in Oxford, High Wycombe and Reading. Each event will be attended by representatives from local community groups from each respective county. The conferences will give the reps the opportunity to share information and experiences, solve common problems and establish a way forward for community conservation.
The proposed project is to engage and encourage groups of young people aged 13-18 years to develop their own environmental projects. The young people will identify projects within their local communities and will be guided through the process of planning, developing and implementing their projects by BTCV and youth group staff.
The trust are an environmental organisation who preserve green spaces, they also provide volunteering and training opportunities across the UK. The group will develop a 'Natural Breaks' programme in Stirling which will provide respite breaks for young carers where they can take part in outdoor activities.
Towards establishing a community food growing network, which will promote and practically support community food growing and seek to influence policy on community land use.
Get Real - BTCV West Midlands 27 May 2004
The British Trust for Conservation Volunteers will provide 100 beneficiaries from a variety of socio-economic backgrounds an exciting week long residential that will allow the young people to mix with other young people.
Grant to The Conservation Volunteers 24 Apr 2014
Towards the next generation of environmental specialists, working in partnership with conservation organisations on lesser known and less charismatic species, furthering citizen science and outreach activity.
Avon Green Gym Project 22 Nov 2005
The conservation group will provide an opportunity for disadvantaged people to engage in practical conservation and training, which aims to benefit the individual, their communities and the local environment.
Gransha Green Gym - Derry 16 Jun 2011
The project will use the grant to provide a green gym in the Derry City Council area, to improve physical and mental health and well being.
Cumbria CLIP (Community Learning in Partnership) 11 May 2011
This project will engage vulnerable young people aged 16 to 25 across Cumbria, particularly those who are disabled to act as volunteers in the community. The scheme will provide work experience and training to enable young people to use their skills and interests as a powerful tool to support the community, gain valuable workplace experience and the confidence to demonstrate their commitment and enthusiasm to secure work in a competitive market.
Green Gyms 15 Mar 2005
To set up and run two Green Gyms based in Cardiff and Wrexham. The gyms will offer individuals an alternative approach to get active, both physically and within the community, build confidence and esteem, and develop new skills and friendships. The funding, over two years, will contribute towards two full-time salaries, recruitment, general running expenses, materials, producing information, travel and training costs for staff, volunteers and beneficiaries.
This project will create a Green Gym on disused allotments in Oadby and Wigston. This aims to create physical practical activities to improve health and create healthy lifestyles. Seen as an alternative to regular gyms, activities will include; organic gardening, tree nursery and planting, landscaping opportunities. It is intended participants will go on to be involved in other environmental projects within their community.
Greening the Glen Road 06 Oct 2006
The project will work with the local community in making environmental and landscape improvements to a 1. 5 mile stretch of the Glen Road (from Kennedy Way to near Suffolk Road) in Belfast. The land is owned by the DOE, Belfast City Council, Northern Ireland Housing Executive, and the Belfast Education and Library Board. Written permission to work on this land will be requested from these organisations.
Wild West 13 Sep 2006
Weekend and school holiday activities that benefit the environment will be held for children and young people who are caring for their parents. Nature-based activities will lift their self-confidence and skills and improve the environment. Following a successful pilot scheme last year, the project will work with and take referrals from other young carer schemes to provide the most benefit to participants.