- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 04 Jan 2017
- Latest award date
- 20 Dec 2017
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
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.
Building Stronger Community 08 Mar 2017
This is a project based in Carlton, serving people in Nottingham. The project will help refugees integrate into the community and develop their skills by providing education and training opportunities, including English classes.
This project will use the funding to support a pilot integration project for male refugees. This will give people better chances in life through upskilling them and providing housing and benefit advice, as well as improving community cohesion through activities designed to increase social integration of newcomers to the city.
This project will use the funding to improve its community cafe activities that support the needs of people who are experiencing the effects of social disadvantage, substance misuse, mental ill health and isolation. This will improve levels of social cohesion and see members of the community addressing the issues that they face.
DiverseCity On Show 04 Jan 2017
This is a project by an organisation in Broxtowe serving people in Nottingham. The project will deliver an arts engagement initiative to support a community which is experiencing social disadvantage and isolation. This will help bring the diverse community together.
BOX S.M.A.R.T 15 Mar 2017
The project will provide boxing sessions and employability workshops for economically disadvantaged young adults. This will help them to improve their physical health, aspirations and employability prospects.
NGCommunity Hub Activities 22 Feb 2017
The project will deliver support sessions for people who are experiencing social disadvantage to improve their wellbeing and raise their aspirations.
This project will use the funding to support African led community organisations. This will build the capacity of existing organisations and support them to meet their membersâ€™ needs.
Opening doors 09 Nov 2017
This group will expand their activities by providing computer facilities at their community venue. This will enable people who are outside education and employment, or experience isolation, to improve their IT skills and take part in social activities.
Creating A Fun Fitness Area 02 Apr 2017
The school will create an outdoor exercise area to support pupils affected by obesity and physical inactivity. This will encourage children to adopt healthier lifestyles and improve their physical fitness.
Enhancing Volunteer Opportunities 20 Dec 2017
This funding will be used to purchase equipment for an art gallery. This will help the group offer improved volunteer opportunities to the local community.
This project will provide support for parents in the rural village of Rushcliffe to give them access to advice and help online and via a community support group.
This organisation will set up a community information and engagement programme for young people, creating a working and social space, where they can receive support and training and encouragement to take part in positive community activities.
Speaking up for Change 05 Jul 2017
The project will train their residents, who are refugees and asylum seekers, in public speaking to enable them to speak out about issues that affect them, highlight their needs and share their experiences. This will support refugees and asylum seekers to develop skills and confidence and give others a better chance in life.
Share 2 Care 22 Nov 2017
A series of recreational activities will be funded for people of all ages who are experiencing social isolation. This will lead to improved community relationships and levels of wellbeing.
Girls Aiming High! Empower Enable Equip 06 Dec 2017
This group will use the funding to provide personal development workshops for girls aged 11-17. This will help people reach their potential and develop their skills.
This group will use the funding to run a series of school holiday clubs, encouraging children to engage in exercise to improve their health and well-being and reduce anti-social behaviour.