- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 02 Jan 2017
- Latest award date
- 23 Dec 2017
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Hollybank PS PTA Swipe and Type For Life 16 Feb 2017
The PTA supports pupils of Hollybank Primary School in Newtownabbey. They are using the Â£10,000 grant to provide after school and evening opportunities for children, parents and members of the wider community to improve their ICT skills.
TSS: Fundraising Health Checks and Executive Coaching
Whitlees Community Centre and CafÃ© Development 20 Feb 2017
This group will upgrade the kitchen and cafÃ© at Whitlees Community Centre. This will lead to new activities such as coffee mornings, tea dances and cooking classes for members of the local community.
â€œOUR WEE PLACE IN SHORTLEESâ€ 21 Feb 2017
This group will acquire and refurbish an empty shop unit in Shortlees. This will be run as a community hub, informal meeting space and local information point, and later be managed by trained members of the local community.
Easter Carmuirs Park Masterplan 21 Feb 2017
This group will work with local residents, young people and existing community groups to improve Easter Carmuirs Park. This planning process will allow the community to reach a shared vision for the park.
A Brighter Future for Lincluden 21 Feb 2017
This group will refurbish the local community centre so it is more attractive and beneficial to members of the community, including young people.
This is a project by a charity in Westminster, serving beneficiaries across London. The group will develop the skills of its volunteers, allowing them to be more effective leaders.
NHMC - Northfield House Mile Challenge 22 Feb 2017
This project will use the funding to transform an outdoor playing field by installing an all weather track, to enable disadvantaged children and the wider community to access outdoor play in a safe environment all year round. This will increase community use of local outdoor facilities.
Creative Space 22 Feb 2017
This project will deliver stress management and wellbeing workshops for young people, helping to address the pressures and challenges they face.
Marigot - ready for work 22 Feb 2017
This group provide sailing trips and boat-based activities for children and young people facing a range of challenges. The funding will be used to restore a vessel that has been out of service for several years to being operational. This will in the long-term double the groupâ€™s capacity to deliver to beneficiaries.
Hitting Hangleton Healthy High 22 Feb 2017
New outdoor fitness equipment will be funded for the schoolâ€™s grounds. This will provide more exercise opportunities for children at the school and promote better physical fitness.
Community Capacity Building 22 Feb 2017
The funding will be used to host a range of activities in the local community. This will bring local residents together and improve community spirit.
This organisation will use the funding to hire a sessional worker to provide outreach for people in rural areas. This will help people gain access to important services such as doctors surgeries and benefits.
Wellbeing through Volunteering 22 Feb 2017
This environmental organisation supports children, young people and elderly people through a variety of outdoor conservation opportunities. The funding will be used to deliver two environmental volunteering programmes supporting people experiencing poor mental health: an 8-week environmental programme for youth and a training volunteering programme for adults.
Relaunching the Guild 22 Feb 2017
This group will use the funding to celebrate their 110th anniversary and relaunch the group as a way of promoting their services. The celebration will help to build their profile within the local community, attracting more volunteers and making the services they provide more widely available.
Lighting up drama, music and arts productions at Culloden Academy.
All Weather Solution 22 Feb 2017
This project will use the funding to install a new all weather surfacing on school grounds to support the needs of children who live in an area that lacks safe outdoor play facilities. This will improve opportunities for play.
Older people and self harm 22 Feb 2017
The project will provide a point of contact and support sessions for older people who are showing early signs of or who are at risk of self-harm. This will improve their health and wellbeing.
This funding will provide community access to a defibrillator in three key locations, as well as run a public awareness campaign and training sessions. This will provide lifesaving training and equipment within a rurally isolated village and improve the awareness and life chances of those who live in the local village community.