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The Journey Programme
The funding will be used to run sessions for a group of disengaged young people around themes including image, motivation, and learning from mistakes and successes, along with a three day expedition. The project aims to address issues young people face, including low self-esteem and confidence.
My Time Active Weight Management Group at SDCA
The funding will be used by this group to deliver a programme of health support activities, which will focus on the needs of people with hearing impairments. This will include cookery demonstrations and will encourage those taking part to adopt healthier lifestyles.
The Loweswater Notice-boards Project
The funding will be used by a Parish Council to replace their old notice boards. This will provide improved communication facilities for the rural community, to promote the activities and services of local community groups and organisations for the benefit of residents.
Provision of external defibrillator for Hulland Ward Parish.
The project will install a defibrillator to enable local people in this isolated rural village to administer first aid and potentially save lives.
Eavesgreen Senior Circle
The funding will be used by a voluntary group to purchase a sound system to help communicate with the hearing impaired members of their group. It will also be used to fund transport for members with limited mobility.
Operation Cheer - Up
Heartwise Argoed in Caerphilly will use the grant to provide members, the majority of which have mobility and health problems, with activities to build their confidence and encourage social cohesion. This grant for Â£3,065 will fund transport and entrance fees.
Visiting Sites of Historical Interest in Wales
Llantrisant and District Local History Society in Rhondda Cynon Taf will use the grant to take their members on trips to three places of interest to reduce social isolation. This grant for Â£1,910 will fund transport and entrance fees.
Llandeilo Senior Citizens Days Out
Llandeilo and District Old Age Pensioners Association in Carmarthenshire will use the grant to provide a programme of day trips for over 100 members at risk of social isolation. This grant for Â£4,995 will fund transport, entrance fees, and meals.
Rhiwhiriaeth Community Centre Golden Jubilee
Rhiwhiriaeth Community Centre in Welshpool will use the grant to host a community event to celebrate their 50th anniversary and promote social cohesion in the rural community. This grant for Â£4,600 will part-fund marquee hire, table and chair hire, PA system hire, toilet and generator hire, exhibition and printing costs, artist fees, and insurance.
Volunteer Recruitment and Marketing
Chooselife Cymru in Llanelli will use the grant to produce new and updated marketing materials with the aim to recruit more volunteers and increase the impact of their drug and alcohol intervention service. This grant for Â£4,686 will fund leaflets and flyers, brochures holder, iPad Pro, podium display, graphic stand, promotional booklets, transport case, and travel costs.
Clwb Rhun in Ammanford will use the grant to expand and improve the facilities and activities available to the children that attend. This grant for Â£4,000 will fund additional sessional worker hours, portable DVD players and DVDs, headphones, arts and crafts, mobile phone, and cooking supplies.
Porthyrhyd & Llanddarog Pensioners; The Young at Heart
Porthyrhyd and Llanddarog Pensioners Voice in Carmarthen will use the grant to take their members on a series of trips to reduce social isolation. This grant for Â£3,852 will fund transport and entrance fees for day trips, and transport for a trip away.
Learning at Home and Away
Llangynin Gardening and Nature Group in Carmarthenshire will use the grant to improve their facilities and take members, who are at risk of social isolation due to their rurality, on a series of trips. This grant for Â£4,165 will fund transport, entrance fees, guest speakers, and a projector.
Homework and Holiday Club
Pantyffynnon Partnership Group in Ammanford will use the grant to improve the activities and facilities available for approximately ten younger people and their parents and carers in the local area. This grant for Â£4,408 will fund sessional worker fees, venue hire, six tablet computers and cases, marketing materials, stationery, craft materials, and refreshments.
Improvement of Activities for Winter Months and 7-11 Age Group
Ysgol Penllwyn After School Club in Aberystwyth will use the grant to improve the provisions available for members during the Winter. This grant for Â£3,845 will fund floodlights, waterproof clothing, wellington boots, folding tables, outdoor and indoor toys, a shed, electrical activity kits, a projector and screen, and training costs.
Disability Powys Anabledd Powys will use the grant to set up new local support groups and provide support to existing groups. This grant for Â£2,590 will fund sessional staff, travel, phone and venue hire.
Wellbeing for the 50+ in Aberystwyth
Wellbeing for the 50+ in Aberystwyth
Bygone Days and Future Friendships
Oak Court Garden and Social Club in the Vale of Glamorgan will use the grant to hold a celebration event for older people in their area to come together to share stories to reduce social isolation. This grant for Â£640 will fund food, decorations, and bingo equipment.
Student Suicide Prevention Project
Wrexham Glyndwr Students' Union Limited will use the grant to deliver suicide prevention training programmes to approximately 150 staff and students. This grant for Â£4,800 will fund one full day preventing suicide course and four half-day â€˜mind your mateâ€™ courses.
Schoogle (Community Magazine)
Full Circle Education C.I.C. in Cardiff will use the grant to engage 25 children across five primary schools in Rhondda Cynon Taf , developing IT skills, addressing well-being issues, and produce a bilingual magazine. This grant for Â£4,975 will fund sessional worker fees, mileage, transport, translation and printing costs.