- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 02 May 2002
- Latest award date
- 31 Oct 2018
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Homeless Advice and Resilience Project (H.A.R.P) 03 Mar 2016
A project to support people in hardship including those with chaotic lifestyles and multiple needs such as poor health, homelessness, substance misuse, offending, victimisation, poor social relationships, financial difficulties, lack of employability skills, exclusion or lack of engagement with services. it will provide access to hot meals, foodbanks, fuel, clothing, washing and laundry facilities, furniture and financial support for those moving from benefits into work.
Relative Experience: Transforming Kinship Care 08 Mar 2017
This group will work with Grandparents Plus through a combination of support provision, evaluation and awareness raising in order to increase the visibility of and support for kinship carers and children. The project will also explore how to bring about long term systems change at scale. The group aims to promote the benefits of peer support and show the benefits of kinship care.
Relative Experience 16 Mar 2016
This funding will develop a project supporting kinship carers, who are typically grandparents taking long term or permanent care of children unable to live with parents. This will look to expand a scheme in the North East providing a volunteer training programme and befriending service for carers to support others in their situation. It will explore the potential to influence provision for kinship carers in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales through research, cost analysis and stakeholder engagement.
ALLY Foyle - Older Achieving People Project 17 Dec 2015
The group is a network of older people's groups made up from community and voluntary groups, day, residential and sheltered accommodation and independent living centres in the Derry/Londonderry city area. The project received Â£10,000 to provide a range of programmes within Apex Housing Association to bring residents together.
ESOL for Migrant Workers in Eccles (EMWE) 08 Feb 2017
The funding will be used to provide courses in English for speakers of other languages. The project aims to help speakers of other languages improve their English language skills and their integration into the local community.
The funding will be used for weekly outings during the winter for all members of its youth club and a camping and canoeing trip for older members, expanding the range of activities available to children and young people in the area. This will help attract new members and provide access to free activities to prevent antisocial behaviour, break down social and financial barriers preventing people from taking part and improve confidence and wellbeing.
On Your Marks Enrichment Programme South Crewe 06 Jul 2016
The organisation will use the funding to run a programme of educational and social activities for primary school children during the summer holidays. This will improve and sustain the educational attainment through motivational activities of children from less advantaged families.
ARC Healthy Living Centre 23 Mar 2016
The group provides health based activities for all age groups in Irvinestown, Co Fermanagh and supports older and vulnerable people in the community. They received the Â£3,400 grant for the Silver Summer Scheme project which will provide a six week programme of activities including cookery classes, outings, tea dances and yoga.
SKILL& CONFIDENT FOR SUCCESS 17 Feb 2016
The organisation will use the funding to deliver English reading, writing, speaking and listening workshops, for local people who do not speak English. This will provide them with skills and knowledge to successfully integrate into the community, with the aim of reducing isolation and promoting cohesion.
Community Stitchers 19 Oct 2016
The project will use the funding to run a practical sewing project to bring together members of different communities and cultures in Liverpool 8. Targeting refugees and recent migrants, people with English as a second language, people with mental health issues and facing social isolation. This will improve social isolation and low self-esteem and engage local people who need advice and support with a drop in service.
The organisation will use the funding to install play equipment within the school grounds to engage children in physical, creative and social play before and after school, lunchtimes and holidays. This will enable the organisation to address significant social and development issues for the pupils who have SEND issues including emotional, behavioural and mental health issues, and the play area will also be enjoyed by all children who attend the out of school clubs.
Engagement for Girls 19 Oct 2016
The project will use the funding to provide extra-curricular physical activity sessions. This will allow female students to benefit from non-competitive activities increasing health and fitness.
This is an expansion of an existing project for older lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (OLGBT) people to cover the whole of London. The project aims to initiate new care and support services for OLGBT people including home care and advocacy support.
Level Ground 04 May 2016
The organisation will use the funding to deliver a series of group support sessions and voluntary work taster sessions for unemployed people with moderate mental health issues. This will enable beneficiaries to understand stress, as well as gain practical work experience, with the aim of building confidence to gain employment and promoting wellbeing.
WoEn/1/1 - West of England Works 22 Sep 2016
This grant will be used for a project that will work with individuals who face multiple and complex barriers to employment across the West of England. Using a person-centred approach that will enhance existing services, it will aim to move participants towards employment or training.
Bradby Regeneration 24 Aug 2016
The group will use the funding to hire an additional youth worker, as well as purchase materials and equipment for use by young people. This will increase the groupâ€™s capacity to provide support and activities for young people.
'You Can't Catch Me' Crime Prevention Project 10 Jun 2015
The funding will be used to deliver twice-weekly support, information and activity sessions and residential activities to vulnerable young people at risk of offending behaviour. This will raise their aspirations and self-belief, and improve their life chances.
A hub for all-Serving the Community 08 Jun 2016
The group will use the funding to install new central heating in the village hall that is located in a rurally isolated area that lacks public meeting resources. This will improve the environment of the building and make it more hospitable for voluntary organisations and visitors.