- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 18 Apr 1991
- Latest award date
- 05 Jun 2019
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Wild Leaders 17 Apr 2016
Wild Tots in Monmouthshire will use the grant to setup four new branches of their group in the Monmouthshire and Blaenau Gwent areas. This grant for Â£4,960 will part fund the production of a starter pack, courses, volunteer expenses, sessional worker fees, uniform, induction costs, and two fire pits.
Kinson Summer Festival 2016 23 Mar 2016
The group will use the funding to stage a summer festival with volunteer training for the community which has lacked development opportunities. This will promote positive perceptions of the area and bring beneficiaries together for volunteering and employment opportunities.
Health and Wellbeing Programme 13 Apr 2016
This organisation will use the funding to deliver a health and wellbeing programme for over 50s and vulnerable women including activities such as board games, light exercise sessions and healthy eating cooking classes.
Chill Time 22 Jun 2016
The organisation will use the funding to deliver after school workshops for young people in the age group of 7-14 who have behavioural issues. This will expand the organisation's activities so they can reach more young people, enabling them to increase their skills, gain qualifications and improve employability.
Thrive Outreach 23 Mar 2016
The group will use the funding to deliver a series of awareness workshops that will support the needs of men living with the effects of HIV. This will challenge issues surrounding isolation and improve the wellbeing for people accessing the events.
Feast of the Dead 06 Apr 2016
This organisation will use the funding to run an international festival to commemorate the Battle of Hastings in 1066. This will include a programme of engagement workshops to learn more about 1066, provide food and entertainment as part a community festival to engage people from the local community, specifically those who are socially isolated including older people, those from the LGBT community and younger people.
Conflict Resolutions 16 Mar 2016
The organisation will use the funding to run a programme for families in the community on conflict resolution. This will equip people with the support and knowledge to better handle conflict situations and reduce issues such as violence and bullying in the community.
This funding will be used to refurbish the Bridge Clubâ€™s premises which are in need of repair and updating.
I.T Step Up 10 Feb 2016
This is a project by a voluntary organisation in Oldham, Greater Manchester. The organisation will use the funding to deliver basic and bespoke IT and internet awareness training to older women in the BAME community in the area. This will improve their ability to access employment and volunteering opportunities, and increase their ability to interact and communicate with younger members of their family and friends.
New Clubhouse 20 Apr 2016
The group will use funding to install a new wooden clubhouse for their bowls club. This will provide older members of the community with somewhere to socialise, encouraging out of their homes, with the aim of reducing isolation.
Leading Choices 16 Mar 2016
This organisation will use the funding to deliver two programmes of activities for vulnerable people affected by long term unemployment, additional physical support needs and multiple complex needs. The first will focus on sport and recreational physical activities and the second on key personal and employability skills and personal development. This will improve the employment prospects of the beneficiaries and help to improve their mental and physical health and wellbeing.
Parole de Foi Children Education Project 15 Apr 2015
Extracurricular educational support including a dance and music club for disadvantaged young people will be provided to help with their education whilst developing their life and communication skills.
Community Volunteer Hub 29 Mar 2016
This organisation will use the funding to work with local groups and residents to train and recruit volunteers. This will provide local residents with new skills and volunteer experience to support their employment prospects and also enhance the services of local community organisations.
Cowshed milk bar & internet cafe 22 Mar 2016
The organisation will use the funding to purchase IT equipment and deliver focussed sessional workshops over a period of 40 weeks in a safe and comfortable environment. This will enable young people to have better chances in life through increased access to IT equipment, focused sessional support work to assist with CV writing and help with searching for jobs online to improve the individualâ€™s employability.
Prism young people's befriending and mental health wellbeing service
Growing Hillmorton 29 Mar 2016
The group will use the funding to create a community garden on an unused area of the church site. This will improve the facilities available to groups that use the church, improving beneficiariesâ€™ health and wellbeing.
Enhancement 03 Aug 2016
The group will use the funding to deliver homework classes in Maths and English for Bangladeshi and Somali children and young people aged between 10 to 16 years. This will increase beneficiaries confidence and improve their future education attainment and employment prospects.
Stronger Together Mexborough 30 Nov 2016
This project is a series of activities for young people in the area, to include sport and community clean up days. This will provide structured, positive things to do, with the aim of reducing antisocial behaviour.
Exploring and Climbing Outdoor Play 31 Aug 2016
This is a project by a school in Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire. The group will use the funding to improve their current play area which is currently unfit for purpose. This will enable children to partake in physical activity, which will improve health and help reduce childhood obesity.
This school will use the funding to install a piece of play equipment on its grounds that will offer physically challenging and imaginative outdoor play. This will enable the school to support pupilsâ€™ physical and social development, particularly those with specific educational needs, ensuring that all pupils can have equal opportunities to play, learn and develop during and outside of school time.