- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 18 Apr 1991
- Latest award date
- 02 May 2019
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Community Together 21 Jul 2016
Project Summary : Cwmgwrach Moving Forward in Neath will use the grant to purchase equipment to hold a community cohesion festival and raise publicity for their newly formed group. This grant for Â£3,135 will fund gazebos and marquees, hire of portable toilets and rides, outdoor games, cooler boxes, urn, candy floss machine, disco equipment, barbeque and public liability insurance.
Community Defib and Communications Grant 21 Jul 2016
Project Summary : Porthmawr Surf Lifesaving Club in Pembrokeshire will use the grant to purchase communications equipment and a defibrillator to ensure public safety in the area. This grant for Â£3,979 will fund a defibrillator, communications equipment, and training sessions.
Fire Detection System 17 Aug 2016
The group will use the funding to install a fire alarm system to provide a safe and accessible facility in this rurally isolated community.
The group will use the funding to provide a play area for younger children. This will enable beneficiaries to participate in activities which benefit their health and wellbeing.
SCOUTitOUT 2017 18 Aug 2016
This is a project by a charity in Hertfordshire. The organisation will use the funding to hold a scout led community event in the market town of Hitchin to celebrate scouting and promote intergenerational relationships. Activities for the event will include a zip wire, abseiling, kayaking and a treasure hunt.
Inspiring the next generation 03 Aug 2016
The organisation will use the funding to deliver a range of fitness sessions for local schools, which will include lunchtime activities, after school clubs and half term camps. This will encourage children to become active and healthy.
This project will work in partnerships with Medaille Trust and WantsumArts to run language and arts themed sessions to support women who have been trafficked and have little or no English language skills. A 10 week course including role play, music, songs, and ESOL materials will be run to improve their confidence, language skills and social integration.
This group will expand their project, aiming to contribute to a stronger, happier local community by breaking down barriers of language and cultural differences through increasing the skills and confidence of migrant women so they can become engaged in the community. Language barriers are the key issue between understanding between parents and schools, therefore group sessions will provide interactive learning, build confidence, and trust by getting to know school staff and other people in the community.
Magical Sensory Room for Activus Worthing 29 Jul 2015
The organisation will use the funding to purchase equipment and establish a sensory room in a one of their centres in Worthing to benefit people with sensory loss including people with disabilities, older people with dementia and Alzheimerâ€™s and babies and toddlers.
Tavistock Community Sensory Garden 15 Mar 2017
This group will use the funding to install a braille map and interpretation board at their sensory garden, which has just been created on an unused grass area in the town centre, for people with sight impairments and dementia. The map and board will provide a new information facility to ensure people are able to fully appreciate and participate in the new garden.
This group will use the funding to expand their community health walks into new areas and provide first aid training to volunteers. This will develop the groupâ€™s activities and encourage more people to take up walking with the aim of improving their overall health and wellbeing.
Glasgow Anaesthetics Society's National Anaesthetics Conference
This organisation will use the funding to provide a range of support services to homeless people. This will include Maths and English tutoring, cooking on a budget and CV assistance, which will provide them with support to access future employment opportunities and more permanent accommodation.
The project will use the funding to replace the doors and windows in the village hall to improve the venue and encourage local people to make greater use of the facility for community events.
ONE Weekend In Kegworth May 2017 29 Sep 2016
The organisation will use the funding to create a greater community spirit in the village of Kegworth by delivering a series of events over one weekend. The organisation will work closely with the local community and partners including local businesses, schools, residents, and the University.
Friends of Preston Lodge 07 Sep 2016
The organisation deliver activities to support the young people of Preston Lodge High School and the wider community by enhancing their learning. They will use the funding to celebrate the history of Preston Lodge High School through an exhibition, school concert and afternoon tea party.
Mary Queen of Peace Primary School, near Ballymena, is a new school formed by the amalgamation of two primary schools - Glenravel PS, Martinstown and St Mary's PS, Cargan. They are using the Â£5,000 grant to celebrate a new community spirit in the Glenravel area. They are holding four main events â€“ a day of team building games, a pupil of the month assembly, a Christmas celebration and a summer sports day.
Community Support 03 Aug 2016
The organisation will use the funding to provide a weekly support group for the local Romanian community to help them access activities and events and become active in their communities. This will provide volunteering opportunities and enable residents and families to access budgeting and form filling guidance, literacy sessions, translation services and sign posting to service providers.