- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 12 Dec 1996
- Latest award date
- 07 Jul 2020
- Total GBP grants
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- Largest GBP award
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The Family Welfare Association (FWA) provides community-based mental health services, services to support children and their families, educational grants advice, financial help for individuals and families in need, counselling and advice. _x000B__x000B_This application is to transfer a grant from National Newpin (following the organisation's insolvency), for a project run by Chesterfield Newpin (a dependent branch of National Newpin).
Purchase of a piano 21 Aug 2004
This group works with older people to promote a healthy and rewarding retirement. The group hold singing lessons but would like to develop on their existing activities by buying an electric keyboard which will allow the group to hold performances and encourage new members.
Clapton Park Community Project 21 Aug 2004
This group is a tenanted managed group respo9nsible for the everyday running of Clapton Park Housing Estate. Clapton Park Management Organisations mission statement is to create and sustain a clean and beautiful estate with homes that are well maintained and an environment that is safe. The Project initiates small community based initiates in an attempto improve access to opportunity for local residents. The group plans to organise an historial event in April 2005 to improve community awareness
IYC 21 Aug 2004
This group aims to provide support to young people from French Speaking Refugee community._x000B_The group wants funding to organise an adolescent/young people's sexual health programme. The award will pay for sexual health peer educators and translation of all documents, leaflets in French and Lingala.
After school Dj'ing project 21 Aug 2004
GFM provides trianing in communiciation, broadcasting, djing, language improvement skills in performing arts for young people. The group would like to set up an after school djing project aimed at young people for 12 weeks, the group have already secured part funding from the community chest.
Hackney Community College Cricket Academy 21 Aug 2004
This community College wish to expand the range of fixtures, social and geographical experience they can offer by travelling beyond London. The group wish to set up a number of trips outside London during the Months of July and August to Cambridge, Colchester, Reading, Arundel Huddersfield and North-East Essex. 2- day visit to Huddersfield & Essex (Â£1640), 20 tracksuits and T- shirts @ Â£43 each(860), 12 cricket balls @ Â£7.50 (Â£90)
Heritage teaching 21 Aug 2004
This cultural association run services and drop in centres for Turkish and Kurdish people in the UK. The group would like to run a series of computer and internet access lessons to help young people in the community gain access to their heritage through the internet and workshops.
Capoeira Programme 21 Aug 2004
This group is to benefit children and adults form African descent and other ethnic minorities by providing recreational and educational activities. They seek funding for video camera to record their Capoeira and music workshops.
Summer Fun In Clissold Park 21 Aug 2004
This group is to represent the users of Chissold Park in matters concerning the use, development, and improvement of the Park to Hackney Council. They seek funding for a three week, five days a week, programme for families, children and young people in the area.
Expansion of teams 21 Aug 2004
This group will provide cricket activities for adults and juniors. They seek funding to introduce more young people in to cricket and set up 2 new teams to enter first time in the Middlesex Colts Association League.
Workshops 21 Aug 2004
This group provide advice, advocacy and information on education and health of the Black & ethnic Minority in Hackney and Surrounding boroughs._x000B_The group wants funds to organise 12 workshops to include nutritionist, support worker to train volunteers and organise a health awareness day in the community. Cooking Materials(Â£800), Volunteers expenses(Â£1850), volunteer training(Â£550), Rent25 X2 hrs for 26wks(Â£1300), Awareness day(Â£500)
Data Base Work 21 Aug 2004
This newly establish group promote Christian values and relief poverty and distress within the UK and Africa. They wants funds to set up their own database work with volunteers, also cover 3 months rents charges and produce leaflets for publicity. Equipment (Â£ 1470), Reimbursing out of pocket expenses for 6 months (Â£720), Rent for 3 months (Â£600), Leaflets (Â£1500), Admin costs(Â£ 510),
Just Parents Summer Project 21 Aug 2004
This group support and advise parents whose children and young people experience under-achievement through behavioural problems or learning difficulties. The group wants funds to provide Art-based skills workshops for children and young people in the community, such as training in sewing and craft-making, singing in a group or choir, drama and performance related training, integrated with community social cohesion projects for adults and parents.
Various Activites 21 Aug 2004
This new set up group relieve poverty and distress of refugees from Central Africa particularly Angola, Republic of Congo and Democratic, living in the London Borough of hackney by providing general information, interpreting and translation service, escort to offices, sport activities, health project and youth club. International youth Day(Â£1800), Summer activities (Â£2350), Seminar (Â£300), Cooking Sessions(Â£300), Administration and Insurance(Â£250)
This scheme will improve facilities for sports and PE by building a new floodlit macadam multi-use games area and a changing pavilion with two 15-person unisex changing rooms and separate school and community entrances. The project will enable the 900 pupils at Haggerston and 2,800 pupils from other local schools to increase their participation in football, netball and basketball and will be used for around 7,000 community visits per annum.
This project will build a new floodlit multi-use games area, two full-sized tennis courts and two 20-person changing rooms with ancillary facilities at Clapton Girls' Technology College. This will enable the 900 pupils at Clapton Girls' to participate in football, netball, basketball, cricket practice and tennis, and allow for 2,800 pupils from other schools to use the site as part of the School Sports Co-ordinator programme and for 12,500 wider community visits per annum.
Core Arts was set up to relieve and rehabilitate people suffering from mental health illnesses by encouraging them to participate in creative activities. This project will respond to the positive results achieved with clients from a previous project as they move forward and gain greater self confidence. The project will help service users to become more self sufficient and will help challenge the stigma people with mental illness can experience.
The project will recruit and train volunteers from all sectors of the local community. This will improve their skills and experience and help them access paid employment.
Acting Up, the working name of Matchbox Theatre Trust, provide multimedia profiling development and training for people with learning difficulties, carers and service providers. This project specifically works with older people with learning disabilities. Multimedia profiling will enable service providers to have first hand information on users needs and preferences through assessments and training programmes.
Public Forum Meetings 21 Sep 2004
The group provide training & advice for community groups in organisational support and funding, to provide training advice and guidance for those in the local area seeking employment. The project will carry out outreach activities to publicise the Public Forum, and to then run 6 Public Forum events on Job Fair, Business Workshop, Financial advice, Working in Partnership with the Police, personal safety and a Coming Together Community Trip.