- 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
High Hopes 08 Mar 2017
This project is the delivery of arts workshops, including photography, pottery and crafts, for young women with additional learning needs. This will provide opportunities for women to meet new friends and discuss issues pertaining to them, with the aim of reducing loneliness and social isolation.
The Basement Community Project 01 Mar 2017
The group will create a suitable venue to offer support to young people with behaviour and emotional issues, along with space for individuals to train for employment. This will provide parents with respite and remove barriers to training for unemployed members of the community.
Unity Day Festival 22 Mar 2017
This project is a community football tournament event, using football as hook to inform people about local services, as well as delivering workshops about crime and antisocial behaviour. This will provide young people with diversionary activities, with the aim of reducing crime and antisocial behaviour.
Fit4Work 18 Jan 2017
The funding will be used to run a series of health workshops focussing on weight management and stress release, for people who are employed in jobs which involve sitting for prolonged periods of time. The project aims to help people keep themselves mentally and physically well, reducing incidences of health issues as a result of inactivity.
Kirkburton Fitkids 08 Mar 2017
This project is out of school hours health based activities. This will encourage participation in physical activities with the aim of reducing childhood obesity.
Growing for the future 25 Jan 2017
This project is an afterschool garden club for young people which will include community garden activities and training sessions on recycling and healthy eating.
The group will improve their outdoor space by creating a sensory area, and they will use the space to teach young people and staff about gardening and growing fruit and vegetables.
Creating Cohesive Communities 05 Jul 2017
The group will deliver a cohesion project, working with young people from different ethnic and faith backgrounds. This will reduce negative and divisive attitudes and break down barriers to improve community cohesion.
Fairfield Activity Group 03 Apr 2017
The school will deliver lunchtime sessions which will focus on improving the health of children, carers and their families who live with disability. Specially trained coaches will provide sessions which will educate on diet, life skills and provide games and activities.
Peace and Unity Concert 31 May 2017
The group will hold a concert event and a variety of activities aimed at addressing gang violence within the community. This will include providing information and advice on preventing gang involvement, providing schools and community organisations with an anti-gang toolkit and will support children and young people in taking part in the concert.
Action 4 Work 22 Nov 2017
The group will run workshops for young people to improve IT skills and help them apply for jobs, with the aim of reducing youth unemployment and disengagement.
A New View 17 May 2017
The group will deliver talks and self-motivation programs for local vulnerable people in difficult circumstances. This will improve confidence and self-esteem and provide practical and social skills.
Holmfirth Festival of Folk 13 Dec 2017
The group will host the Holmfirth Festival of Folk. This will bring the community together to take part in positive activities.
Food In Bellies Not Bins 05 Jul 2017
The group will implement a food drop in service for disadvantaged people. This will enable people to access food at a fraction of the usual cost, with the aim of reducing the impact of food poverty in the area.
Outdoor, Community-Projects Base 04 Oct 2017
The school will build a hub within their grounds for events and activities for local residents, shaping a space that matters to the community.
Back on Track Project (BoT) 27 Jan 2017
The group will provide an inspirational and motivational motorcycle traineeship and volunteering programme to target young people aged 12-16 who are at risk of committing crime or in danger of re-offending. The project will offer one-to-one mentoring which will be delivered by a local police mentor. Topics such as home life, how to discuss frustrations or feelings, anger management, and enabling young people to take control of future life decisions will be covered.
yOUTh (Youth Out project) 25 Jan 2017
The project will offer improved support to people aged 11-24 who identify as LGBT and are experiencing health and social inequalities including exclusion, physical attacks and family breakdown. Funding will be used to increase the voice and influence of LGBT young people among service providers and the wider community to challenge homophobic, bi-phobic and transphobic bullying in schools, colleges and universities.
The Invisible Carers 01 Mar 2017
The group will work with young carers to create a film to be disseminated to schools and youth groups, highlighting the issues young carers face on a day to day basis. This will promote wellbeing amongst young carers.