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- Earliest award date
- 01 Apr 2004
- Latest award date
- 31 Mar 2017
This project will replicate their existing Edinburgh provision by establishing a bereavement service for children and young people based Ibrox Parish Church, in the Greater Govan area of Glasgow. The project will support children and young people aged four to 18 who are struggling to cope with the bereavement of a parent, sibling, close family member or friend.
The organisation will use the funding to train local females as coaches to enable them to deliver a series of recreational after school activities for girls in the local community. This will increase available of activities which will aim to raise aspirations, self-esteem, social skills and personal and physical development.
Bollywood, Tea and Dance 11 Aug 2016
The organisation will use the funding to deliver Bollywood chair based dance workshops to promote cultural cohesion and intergenerational activities, and improve health and wellbeing. Working with local Jewish and South East Asian community groups and two local high schools they will invite students to choreograph a Bollywood style dance. The workshops will culminate in a Bollywood tea dance, where the community groups will come together to perform their routines and celebrate their cultural heritage.
Volunteer Management Skills - Rotherham. 06 Apr 2016
The organisation will use the funding to train senior volunteers to manage and lead teams of volunteers and gain an accredited, professional qualification. This will provide volunteers with additional skills and enable them to be better equipped to manage other volunteers.
Empowering Parents to Empower their Children 09 Dec 2015
The group will use the funding to deliver a parent empowerment programme which will enable them to improve their childrenâ€™s academic attainment. This will improve family skills and increase childrenâ€™s educational attainment.
The Dove Uth Wing 07 May 2015
This project aims that through counselling, training, peer mentoring and support groups, to increase resilience, coping mechanisms, reduce feelings of isolation and reduce the stigma associated to seeking mental health support for children, young people (CYP) and families who have experienced bereavement, loss or life-changing illness.
The Coleraine organisation runs a number of initiatives including a healthy eating cafÃ©, educational projects and community festivals. They are using the Â£9,920 to renovate and relaunch the healthy eating cafÃ©.
Get Together 04 Jun 2015
This project aims to improve the lives of vulnerable people in areas of high deprivation in South Bristol through providing a range of activities at a community centre that is being extended. The funding will be used to increase staff hours to maximise use of the facilities. Activities will target people of all age groups and will include a theatre group, social sessions for people with depression and low self-esteem and an intergenerational project involving local schools and a community choir.
This grant will be used to develop plans for a project that will support the most disadvantaged groups in the Thames Valley Berkshire area to overcome barriers to work and find employment. The project aims to support 260 participants including people aged over 50, those with long-term and ongoing health issues, the long-term unemployed, ex-offenders, lone parents and carers.
The group will use the funding to provide access to a web based advice and guidance platform for children and young people at risk of mental ill health. This will improve beneficiaries' health and well being while increasing the capacity of the group's pastoral care system.
The project will refurbish the first floor of their building to create two new rooms for their members. This will enable new and existing community groups to enjoy activities in the venue.
Stepping Stones 06 Jul 2016
The organisation will use the funding to provide English language sessions for migrants, refugee and asylum seekers. This will improve integration into the local community.
The group will use the funding to carry out a community consultation, in order to ascertain the needs of the community in relation to the village hall. This will enable the community to input into the development of the hall, ensuring future changes to the facilities best meet their needs.
The organisation will use the funding to upgrade to a new modern telephone system which would enable their calls to be answered across three of their offices. This will enable the organisation to increase their capacity to answer more calls and work more effectively and efficiently across the three offices.
Outdoor Explorers 23 Nov 2016
This project will use the funding to create an outdoor gardening and exploration area. This will provide opportunities for young people and the school community to engage in outdoor activities in green space in this built-up urban area.
Culture Clash Festival 29 Sep 2016
The organisation will use the funding to hold a festival to engage the community and celebrate their diverse cultures. This will feature workshops in dance, music and cooking.
This project will provide personal development training, and increase employability and vocational training options for young people so that they are better prepared for life back in the community and are more likely to gain employment and prevent re-offending.
Polmont Passport Employability Co-ordination Project
Rawthorpe Community Activator Team 05 Aug 2015
The organisation will use funding to train volunteers in areas including developing policies and procedures, evaluation and safeguarding. This will enable beneficiaries to implement community groups to deliver events and activities for people of all ages in the community, with the aim of reducing crime and improving community cohesion.
The Battle of the SOMME 22 Mar 2016
The organisation will use the funding to host a commemorative event to mark the 100th anniversary of the Battle of the Somme. This will enable the organisation to bring people together at a social event, improve community spirit and cohesion whilst promoting their activities which will help address issues of social isolation.