- 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
Alcohol Recovery Community (ARC) 27 Jan 2017
The project aims to offer hope, choice and opportunity for people who are recovering from problematic drinking. It will support people who have started or stopped drinking to make individual changes to their drinking habits and are seeking to make long term changes to their health and wellbeing. Funding will be used to introduce new support methods such as coaching, telephone peer support and city-wide events.
Belonging Together 04 Jan 2017
This project is the delivery of a series of single sex activities, including football, dance and crafts, for male and female refugees and asylum seekers. This will provide positive, structured and culturally sensitive things to do, whilst gaining advice and signposting to relevant external agencies, with the aim of promoting community cohesion and integration.
It Starts With Me 24 Mar 2017
The project will aim to break the cycle of isolation, by bringing people from the HIV and other Blood Borne Virusesâ€™ communities together to build up mutual support and friendships. The hub will enable service users to meet twice a week to access a range of volunteer-run support services and existing partner services (food banks, counselling and wellbeing activities). People living with HIV and other Blood Borne Viruses will be better equipped to live independently without facing stigma or discrimination.
The project will enable survivors of rape, sexual violence and abuse to recover from their experiences through various types of counselling including face-to-face and post-therapy group work. The group will also provide a free confidential helpline, enabling users to become more resilient and be better equipped to deal with their trauma.
Get engaged and active in Coronation Park 22 Feb 2017
This project is the delivery of outdoor activities for families. This will provide diversionary challenges to increase physical fitness and positive behaviour which will build on skills and communication in a safe environment.
Mosborough Community Action Day 15 Mar 2017
This project is series of history based events and activities for older members of the community. This will enable people to learn about the history of where they live, whilst gaining new skills and socialising, with the aim of reducing isolation.
Dancing with Dementia 22 Feb 2017
The group will organise tea dances in partnership with local community groups for people with dementia. This will enable people with dementia to take part in activities to increase social interaction.
Key Changes Printing Service 18 Jan 2017
This is a printing project for women previously involved in crime, to help them into self-employment through training in publishing. This will support women to stay out of crime as well as improving their employment opportunities.
The group will provide a gardening service for veterans and disabled ex-service personnel; ensuring they have access to outside space with the aim of improving wellbeing.
Better Connected Project 05 Apr 2017
The group will deliver basic IT workshops for older members of the community. This will enable people to access online information and services, along with learning how to keep in touch with family and friends, with the aim of reducing isolation.
Reaching Out Community Befriending Service 30 Nov 2017
The group will develop a personalised community befriending service, targeted at socially isolated people. This will lead to increased confidence and interaction, a reduction in feelings of isolation and improved wellbeing amongst local people.
The group will organise and deliver various events and activities for the local Irish community. This will bring these mainly elderly beneficiaries together and help to reduce isolation and loneliness.
Learning for Living Together 05 Apr 2017
The group will deliver workshops and activities for people from BME, Roma and white British communities which will include creative walks, arts and craft activities and, community gardening workshops. This will bring people from different communities together.
Hatters 'Mums and Daughters Matter' programme 06 Dec 2017
The group will run a basketball programme for girls and their mums, providing opportunities to participate in positive activities and enjoy quality time together to build stronger relationships.
The group will deliver basic ICT, healthy living and English as a second language workshops for people from different communities, where they will learn new skills to access advice and information, which will assist in reducing social isolation and promoting community togetherness.
Community-Based Family Outdoor Gym Program 13 Dec 2017
The school will install an outdoor gym to improve the health and fitness of pupils and the wider community.
Supporting Ourselves, Supporting Each Other 24 May 2017
The group will deliver workshops for teaching staff with a focus on coping with increased anxieties at work. This will enable staff to build resilience and identify symptoms of poor mental health at an early stage, with the aim of promoting wellbeing.
Conductive Education International Symposium 26 Jul 2017
The group will hold a national conference, with a focus on Conductive Education, for adults with neurological motor disorders. This will provide professionals, carers and those with a disorder with information with regards to the condition, with the aim of establishing adult care provision in the UK and promoting wellbeing.
This project is the creation of a food growing garden, where they will deliver cooking and nutrition workshops. This will reduce incidences of malnutrition and obesity across the community.
This project is the delivery of school holiday activities, including health and wellbeing sessions, trips to local parks and physical activities for pupils and families. This will provide the opportunity for pupils and families to learning about healthy lifestyles and access physical activities to improve their health and wellbeing.