- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 01 Jan 2017
- Latest award date
- 29 Dec 2017
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Archwaychidi Project 08 Mar 2017
This project will deliver job preparation training to black minority ethnic women who are disadvantaged and excluded from the job market. This will improve their prospects and help remove barriers to employment.
The funding will be used to deliver twenty â€˜introduction to scienceâ€™ sessions for primary school children and their parents. The project aims to improve peopleâ€™s life chances by stimulating their interest in subjects with better employment potential and by encouraging them to achieve academically.
Sound Circles for All 25 Jan 2017
This project will use the funding to deliver fun recreational and therapeutic music activities to adults with disabilities, older people suffering with memory loss and people who are blind. This will involve singing and playing instruments. This will provide activities that will help with movement, memory recall and aim to provide relaxation for participants.
Trinity Morris Dancers 01 Mar 2017
The funding will be used by a voluntary organisation to hold regular dance sessions for children and young adults. The project aims to provide a safe place to socialise and become more active and healthy.
Future Skills 15 Mar 2017
The funding will be used to provide life skills training and qualifications to homeless people in the local community. The project aims to improve employment prospects and help those involved to make long term, sustainable life changes.
Action for Carers Oxfordshire 22 Feb 2017
This project aims to enhance outreach support to carers within their own local communities and across the entire life course of caring. The project has been designed by carers and former carers and will focus on four areas of need spanning different stages in their caring journey. It will support carers who are often lonely and isolated and cut off from society due to their caring responsibilities which, without appropriate intervention, can impact on their own social, physical and mental well-being.
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Youth Radio And Video Media Training Project 04 Jan 2017
The project will deliver a media training programme to engage the migrant community. This will improve levels of social engagement and address issues surrounding diversity and equality.
Wrestle to Enrich Communities 11 Jan 2017
The funding will be used by this group to run a series of wrestling and martial arts classes for children and young people living in an area of deprivation. This will increase participation in physical activity and improve self-esteem and wellbeing.
'Play for Everyone' 04 Jan 2017
A new outdoor play area will be created with the funding, which will support children who have a range of physical and learning needs. This will encourage the pupils to become more active by engaging them in creative play.
Whitecote Get Active! 11 Jan 2017
The school will install outdoor play equipment. This will provide a safe and stimulating place to play and encourage physical activity, with the aim of reducing childhood obesity at the school.
Student Suicide Prevention Project 05 Jan 2017
Wrexham Glyndwr Students' Union Limited will use the grant to deliver suicide prevention training programmes to approximately 150 staff and students. This grant for Â£4,800 will fund one full day preventing suicide course and four half-day â€˜mind your mateâ€™ courses.
Cyffordd Llandudno Junction Trakz in Conwy will use the grant to expand and increase access to their busking festival, in turn improving community cohesion. This grant for Â£2,000 will fund entertainment, workshops, marketing, printing, and volunteer expenses.
Ty Gwyn Summer Play Scheme 15 Feb 2017
Ty Gwyn Summer Playscheme in Cardiff will use the grant to support the services they have available for children with disabilities. This grant for Â£5,000 will fund accessible transport, lifeguard fees, and play-therapy sessions.
Preston Community Table Tennis Club 15 Feb 2017
This group will use the funding to run a community table tennis club. This will give the members of the wider community a chance to take part in physical activity.
Fit For Lifestyle 11 Jan 2017
This project is the delivery of a series of activities, including exercise and trips, for older people in the community. This will encourage older people out of their homes to participate in physical activities, with the aim of reducing social isolation and promoting wellbeing.
The group supports St Malachyâ€™s College which provides education to young people aged between 14â€“25 years old. The Â£9,600 grant is being used to improve health and well-being of pupils by providing a safe â€˜time outâ€™ space and resources for young people to access support and advice on personal issues.
Tividale FC Community Project 04 Jan 2017
This is a project to improve the group's infrastructure and community profile, enabling them to better meet the needs of local residents and voluntary organisations. This will build capacity for its service delivery.
Murlun Dathlu'r Aur Yn Y Parc 02 Feb 2017
Merched y Wawr Cangen Y Parc, in Bala, will create a display celebrating the organisation's 50th anniversary. The grant, of Â£1,565, will fund embroidery and related craft materials, venue hire and a display frame.
The project will provide a family-centred care approach, supporting parents, carers, friends, siblings and children with disabilities aged 0-19 including children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, Downâ€™s Syndrome, cerebral palsy or any other disability. The group will offer a range of activities that will help reduce isolation and bring people together, helping families and their children gain confidence, reduce social isolation and increase independence.