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- Earliest award date
- 14 Apr 1998
- Latest award date
- 30 Apr 2019
- Total GBP grants
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Gaydio Chester 01 Aug 2017
Gaydio CIC is a broadcast, skills development and training organisation for the LGBT community. The project is a radio skills training project for disadvantaged LGBT young people in Chester aged 14-25; the project uses radio and media skills to address the issues and challenges this group may face such as discrimination, social isolation, poor health and educational under-achievement. The Cheshire Community Foundation will contribute towards a Workshop Lead for the training sessions, this will also enable the project to be expanded to reach more people.
£10,000 towards core costs
Full Resilience service 30 May 2018
This project will work with young people aged 11 – 25 in Manchester to design a range of services that support their mental health and resilience. A new programme of activities will include counselling, mentoring, group workshops and training. Many of the sessions will be run by the young people themselves so they can support one another peer to peer. Manchester Mind will also work with specialist local groups to support young people who are LGBT+, refugees and asylum seekers or those with disabilities.
HID SORORITY CLUB 02 May 2018
Educational activities and support will be funded for local women who are reluctant to come out of the house due to family restrictions, lack of confidence and communication skills, improving mental health and peer to peer connections.
Skills that Last & Community resilience 16 May 2018
The organisation will deliver a public awareness and education campaign on human trafficking and other forms of modern day slavery. It will also recruit and develop the skills of volunteers, boosting the confidence of the community, those at risk and victims in reporting suspected cases and crimes to the appropriate authorities.
Shared Routes 03 Jul 2018
This project will work with asylum seekers, refugees and migrants to encourage and support them to actively participate in their wider community. It will do this by running regular workshops to build their knowledge of the local area and by providing volunteer opportunities with local community groups. This will help new arrivals to integrate in the community, bond with their neighbours and improve community relations.
The Green Youth Space Project 09 May 2018
The organisation will transform the rundown basement of their existing premises, providing the opportunity for disabled young people to carry out the majority of the work under supervision of a construction worker. The young people will learn new skills including design, building, decoration and employment skills, as well as a qualification in health and safety. The project will also include environmental education such as recycling and upcycling.
Building Community Strength 20 Jun 2018
The organisation will support people within the community requiring legal assistance and advice by improving their IT and material resources and training culturally diverse community volunteers to improve their skills and provide an improved community led service provision.
Demolish current WCs and vestry and use existing porch and entrance to create new meeting room and kitchen. Improved access. New underfloor heating system with air source heat pumps. Roof insulation.
Grant to Hideaway Youth Project Limited 20 Feb 2018
over three years as continuation funding towards the director's salary at an established youth organisation working in Moss Side, Manchester_x000D_
Hulme Community Garden Centre - Pilot 29 Mar 2018
Working across Greater Manchester on a variety of projects such as community allotments, school gardens and community gardens.
Grant to National Football Museum 08 Dec 2016
Expansion of Permanent Galleries. Grant of £51,078 under DCMS Wolfson Museums and Galleries Improvement Fund (round 12, 20646). (WF contributing 50% of total grant of £102,156)
Grant to The Whitworth Art Gallery 08 Dec 2016
Grant of £20,000 towards purchase of Steve McQueen's 'Ashes, 2002-2015'. The Art Fund contributed £71,000. Grant paid via the Art Fund (ref.19575)
Grant to University of Manchester 04 Dec 2017
Merit Award of *** per annum for 5 years made to one fellow at the School of Chemical Engineering & Analytical Science, under the Wolfson Royal Society Research Merit Awards. Wolfson Foundation contributing *** (50% of total cost)