- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 25 Sep 1997
- Latest award date
- 18 Jan 2019
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Big Manchester 13 Jul 2016
This is an expansion of a project that aims to support families with children of primary school age who are affected by issues of domestic violence and abuse, mental health issues and substance misuse. Beneficiaries of the project will have access to weekly sessions with a key-worker, networking support groups for parents and family activity days, which will run during school holidays.
BASE B&NES, North Somerset and Somerset Spokes 01 Jul 2015
This project will use its funding to expand the support for victims of child sexual exploitation across the Avon and Somerset area. Working with a range of partners, staff will provide individually tailored packages of support to young people combining intensive one to one support and counselling with a range of other interventions. The project will take a holistic look at the young personâ€™s family life and will ensure they can access support 24/7 in the event of an emergency.
CtoC/1/1 - Make TRAX 12 May 2016
This project aims to reduce the number of young people not in employment, education or training (NEET) by providing support to those who are at risk of becoming NEET. They will focus on hotspot areas and target participants from priority groups. These include the long term unemployed, lone parents, people with disabilities, BAME communities and those with housing and substance misuse issues. The project will work with high profile employers, with some work placements already agreed.
LifeLines 20 Apr 2016
This is the expansion of a project supporting volunteers aged 50 plus to run activities for vulnerable older people to improve health and well-being. These have previously included art classes, creative writing, yoga and computer club. The group will expand across the city, recruiting more volunteers, supporting more than 800 new people and establishing a Menâ€™s Network to encourage older men to socialise regularly. It will also extend its HealthLink scheme to help older people get to medical appointments.
Kilkeel RBL - Saving Our Community Venue 22 Oct 2015
The group is a community and voluntary based organisation providing a range of services and activities to the local community. They received a grant of Â£10,000 to make improvements to their venue so that it can be used for more classes and activities.
Towards improving access and facilities for disabled people at the Forest Hall Ex-Servicemen's Institute.
To continue work with sexually exploited young men across Teesside.
Toward extending the Child Sexual Exploitation Hub and Spoke service to Stockton.
Grant awarded to Barnardo's - Newcastle (Durham) 07 Aug 2001
To assist young carers and their families to receive support and services, which enable them to function as a family.
Grant awarded to Community Service Volunteers (Training and Enterprise NE) (Tyne & Wear) 13 Jul 2004
To provide daycare services to older people living in high rise flats in Newcastle.
RBL Portstewart Branching Out 26 Apr 2018
The group, based in Portstewart, are using a grant of £6,500 to replace their hall’s heating system and improve its insulation, making it more usable for community events.
Gap Homes 31 Mar 2018
A Gap Home is a transitional home plus support – designed for care leavers and other vulnerable young people. It will provide quality, manageable and affordable accommodation and the time and space needed to make a positive transition to independent living. A Gap home is owned by Barnardo’s and rented to a young care leaver for whom we provide a consistent relationship underpinned by practical and emotional support. We will enable young people to develop resilience and the practical skills required for managing any future tenancy, and securing employment, training or education. Each Gap Home is a new build and will provide much needed additional accommodation to existing provision for young care leavers. Each will be built on small pockets of unused land – gap sites – within communities. This is achieved by adapting innovation in house building, enabling us to design a house to fit the space available.
The impact of WW1 on Dartford and its residents
Grant to Little Newcastle Community Association in conjunction with Royal British Legion, Pembrokeshire 30 May 2014
Interpreting World War 1 through Commemoratives