- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 06 Jan 2016
- Latest award date
- 20 Dec 2016
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
SARI - Every Victim Matters 04 Apr 2016
The project will provide support, advice and advocacy for people experiencing the emotional, mental and physical trauma of racist abuse and hate crime incl prejudice against disability, homophobic, trans-phobic, and faith. The scheme, which aims to support 400 people, will provide group and one to one to support to build resilience, networks and coping strategies, and will also raise awareness and promote understanding to organisations and local communities.
This project will use the funding to deliver a programme of arts based numeracy and literacy learning activities for children who are experiencing the effects of educational disadvantage or have English as a second language. This will improve chances in life for these children.
Wellbeing Through Nature 16 Jun 2016
This project will support people with mental health issues and learning disabilities across Bristol, Bath and North and North East Somerset through exploring and taking care of nature. It will provide a structured programme of outdoor activities, such as community allotment work, park clean ups, tree planting, nature walks, food growing and outdoor cooking. This will give people access to natural environments, and help them gain skills, build confidence, improve well-being and lead healthier lives.
Culture, Identity and Inclusion 25 Feb 2016
The group will use the funding to celebrate the lives and contributions of refugee and asylum seekers through cultural exchange workshops and cultural feasts for people, particularly from Kurdish, Roma, Colombian and Somali backgrounds. This will bring people together in cultural celebrations, increase understanding and reduce isolation.
The group will use the funding to provide learning and leisure opportunities for families within their community. This will celebrate community diversity and achievements and improve opportunities for families to enjoy activities.
The group will use the funding to provide one to one support and group based learning sessions for children and young people at risk of exclusion. This will improve the education attainment, well being and future prospects of the young people.
Redfest Bristol 2016 03 Mar 2016
The group will use the funding to produce promotional material for their community festival. This will increase the groupâ€™s capacity to advertise the festival, enabling more beneficiaries to attend and benefit from the festival activities.
Families on the edge of destitution will receive tailored support so that they donâ€™t need to tell their stories multiple times to different agencies when they try to access help. The project will work with a network of 77 city-wide organisations who will refer vulnerable clients. Help will vary from meeting their basic needs through to longer-term support to stabilise their circumstances including accommodation and nutritional guidance for those at high risk of malnutrition.
Your Community Centre in the Heart of Your Community
The Harbour & Comic Relief - support for vulnerable people facing life-threatening illness 30 Nov 2016
The Harbour & Comic Relief - support for vulnerable people facing life-threatening illness
Progression 26 Oct 2016
This project will provide a programme of personal development activities that will focus on supporting people who have English as a second language. This will bring the community together and equip people with improved life skills.
The group will use the funding to deliver a community gardening project to include workshops and events for the community. This is an intergenerational project that will enable the beneficiaries to connect with the wider community and learn about the rich biodiversity of the area.
Redcliffe Residents Community Fun Day 11 Nov 2016
This project will host a community fun day for local residents and their families and friends. It will bring together different cultures and generations and will include food, music, face painting and childrenâ€™s entertainers.
Great big Spring Fair 13 Oct 2016
This project will use the funding to host a spring fair to celebrate the gardenâ€™s fifth birthday which will bring together users of the garden and members of the local community. In particular they want the event to be accessible to children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND).
Ordinary Women, Extraordinary Lives 14 Sep 2016
This project will use the funding to run artistic workshops and activities for people with mental health issues. This will increase communication skills, self-belief, positivity to improve their mental health and wellbeing, as well as projecting positive depictions of people living with mental health issues.
Make it Happen pilot 29 Jun 2016
The group will use the funding to deliver a coaching and support programme to 60 people at risk of becoming homeless. This will enable beneficiaries the opportunity to build resilience and give them better chances for the future.
Lawrence Weston Community Hub 26 Jul 2016
This grant will be used to develop plans for a new community hub for local residents. This will include community spaces, alongside health and support services, and aims to offer activities like fitness classes, cookery and healthy eating workshops. The funding will contribute to professional fees and surveys.
Freedom (Rehabilitation) Social Action Project 11 Aug 2016
The group will use the funding to deliver a rehabilitation programme for young offenders, young people at risk of offending and young people involved in anti-social behaviour. This will help to steer young people away from criminal behaviours, and will empower them to develop new skills to improve their chances for the future.
Even More Wildly Different 21 Sep 2016
The project supports children and young people in care or living in difficult circumstances due to low income, disadvantage and discrimination. Beneficiaries will take part in a range of activities designed to increase confidence, self-esteem and life skills which will improve their life chances. These include outdoor days away and residential trips, one to one support and community activities. The project will also work with and support their families.
TPP1- Celebrating Asylum Seekers and Refugees 29 Mar 2016
They will run a mentoring scheme to support asylum seekers and refugees in the local area. People will receive training to improve their listening skills and understanding of others so they can help an asylum seeker or refugee to deal with the many challenges they face in successfully integrating into the community, such as applying for jobs, learning English and finding housing. There will also be a public exhibition to raise awareness of why some people are forced to seek sanctuary.