- 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
Making the most of your money 04 Jan 2017
The funding will be used to run advice, guidance and training programmes for people who may not be accessing existing services. The project aims to provide tailored support in areas including finances, debt and budgeting.
Enjoy Yourself! 04 Jan 2017
The funding will be used to provide a variety of classes and trips that will help people gain new skills and increase their confidence and self-esteem. The project aims to reduce social isolation and encourage people to make significant life-style changes.
My Health Matters 11 Jan 2017
The funding will be used to run a series of sessions focussing on health, wellbeing and confidence building for young girls and women in the black minority ethnic (BME) community. The project aims to provide a number of sessions to improve the health and wellbeing of women from BME groups and improve their confidence.
The funding will be used to run a programme of kurling sessions and social outings aimed at older residents in the local community. The project aims to reduce social isolation through regular social activities.
This project will deliver local activities and services for children and young people across the neighbourhoods of Ordsall, Langworthy, Weaste and Seedley. The participants may be at risk of crime, not in education, employment or training and lacking safe environments to spend time with friends. A diverse programme of regular activities will improve confidence, aspirations and access to future training and employment opportunities.
Sensory and dinning room 29 Nov 2017
The group will redesign the interior of the playgroup to provide a dedicated dining room and sensory area for children with learning disabilities, sensory impairment or development delay. This will provide focussed support for children with additional needs and promote healthy eating to all children in an appropriate setting.
Moving Forward with Yad l'Yad 01 Nov 2017
The project will deliver culturally sensitive advice, informal counselling and information sessions to new mothers in the Orthodox Jewish community who are at risk of developing post natal depression. Volunteers will offer the service over the telephone and through group sessions. This will increase the resilience of new mothers and help them to parent their children and manage their lives.
All As One 26 Apr 2017
The funding will be used by a voluntary organisation to support children with special educational needs from the local orthodox Jewish community to attend a summer camp. The project aims to reduce social isolation, and help people to access activities to improve their wellbeing, and provide respite for their families.
Chavivin Outdoors and Outings 06 Dec 2017
The group will develop their weekend and holiday clubs for Jewish children to include hiking, biking and boating trips, focusing on providing activities to improve health and wellbeing as well as improving communication and social skills.
Teenpowers New Opportunities 18 Oct 2017
The funding will be used to run a science club, workshops and monthly outings for young Jewish girls in the local area, to develop life skills and improve health and wellbeing.
The organisation will deliver a weekend residential seminar for young people alongside a mentoring project, training courses, group bonding activities and community socials over a 12 month period, improving access to culturally sensitive support, skills and communication.
Quality Club Programme 03 Apr 2017
The funding will be used by a voluntary organisation to support the work of an athletics club. A sessional worker will run a quality assurance programme and training in management. The project aims to strengthen the club so it can continue to provide health and wellbeing activities for the local community.
The project will work with young Jewish people in Greater Manchester to improve skills, health and integration into the wider community. The project will continue to recruit and train 30 young adults each year to become volunteer mentors by running two annual five-session training courses and giving professional supervision to the group. It will identify those undertaking mentoring roles who can take on the role of a senior volunteer or buddy and give support to their peers.
Fit 4 A King 21 Jun 2017
The school will install outdoor gym equipment for children in breakfast and after school clubs and the local community. This will provide local children and families with safe outdoor play equipment to improve their balance, motor skills, strength and fitness.
The funding will be used by a primary school to install childrenâ€™s play equipment in the school grounds. The project aims to address childhood obesity and slow development by increasing levels of physical and social activity.
St Mary's Fitness Zone 01 Mar 2017
The funding will be used by a primary school to install play equipment on the school grounds. The project aims to reduce obesity in the local community.
ESOL for Migrant Workers in Eccles (EMWE) 08 Feb 2017
The funding will be used to provide courses in English for speakers of other languages. The project aims to help speakers of other languages improve their English language skills and their integration into the local community.
The funding will be used by a voluntary aided school to add a trim trail to the current outdoor equipment at the school. The project aims to provide new exercise opportunities for children and improve health outcomes.
The Deans 'Active Play' Project 01 Mar 2017
The funding will be used by a school to install outdoor multi play equipment. This will provide a safe area within the community for children to become more active.
Clifton Carries On 11 Jan 2017
The funding will be used by a voluntary organisation to expand the range of sewing based activities it provides to isolated, older people. The project aims to maintain their interest and involvement in community based activity, increase their sense of achievement and develop a sustainable source of funding through craft sales of the items they produce.