- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 22 Apr 2004
- Latest award date
- 03 Apr 2020
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Hear it Right, Get It Right! 09 Feb 2007
A project to promote better understanding of adults with learning difficulties within organisations who provide services to the wider community. Conferences with workshops, reports and newsletters to stakeholders, training and advice for the organisations will be given, with awards given to organisations who are successful in their improvement programme.
Cooking-4-Life 30 Jan 2014
The group will use the funding to provide healthy cookery workshops for adults with learning disabilities. This will enable beneficiaries to cook cost effective, nutritious meals independently, without relying on family or carers._x000B_
Floristry Art 17 Aug 2016
The group will use the funding to deliver arts and crafts sessions for older black and minority ethnic (BME) women who are socially isolated. This will bring beneficiaries together for social interaction and reduce isolation.
Towards a refugee arts project and exhibition in Stockwell.
Motiv8 Lambeth 12 Oct 2011
This project aims to engage vulnerable young people to improve their prospects and increase their aspirations by addressing each individual's needs through interactive group work to build self-esteem and provide a way for young people to express themselves. The project will be delivered by qualified tutors and youth workers with experience of intuitive ways of encouraging YP to explore different aspects of the world of work and learning, and the barriers that might stop them accessing opportunities.
Neighbourhood Furniture Store: Maidstone Outlet 21 Feb 2013
This is a project by an incorporated charity in Kent. The organisation will use the funding to open a new furniture store in a new part of the county. This will enable the group to make recycled and restored furniture available to more families and individuals in need, and ensure the sustainability of the group by opening an additional outlet to fund projects and activities.
First Steps 20 Aug 2013
This is an expanding project providing a specialist counselling service to women, children and adolescents fleeing domestic abuse, residing at seven refuges in Kent. The service will provide weekly counselling sessions to residents. At present a child counsellor provides support for children in three refuges and this project will expand this to all seven refuges. The aim is for the children to have reduced anxiety, confidence at voicing their needs and a calmer disposition.
Grant to Fresh Visions 29 Jul 2013
The charity provides a range of community based services. The funding will help support their work with child victims of domestic abuse; helping them to address issues and improve their development, raise confidence and build self-esteem.
Build Yourself 28 Jan 2015
Youth unemployment is over twice the national average in some coastal areas of Sussex (national average - 6.2%. Hastings - 15%). This grant will enable Fresh Visions to begin vocational training for young people wanting skills and opportunities within the construction industry; by siting the practical training in community venues, not only will young people get work experience, but these spaces will benefit from redecoration. The grant will fund 2 staff to manage the work and provide support to the young people; it will also cover tutors to lead courses such as brick lying and tiling. The project will help young people to gain links within their communities, and to escape the catch-22 of not securing jobs because they lack experience.
Stanley Hall’s Community Champions 22 Nov 2017
This project will establish a volunteer programme to support activities at the hall and deliver services to the local community.
Skills 4 Life 30 Jan 2019
The project will deliver arts and craft activities for elderly people from different cultural backgrounds. The aim is to reduce social isolation and bring people together.
People Carrier 14 Aug 2007
This project is to lease and run a people carrier for two years at Rainbow House respite centre in Surrey. The vehicle will be used to transport families with a terminally ill child to and from the centre, allowing the family to be transported rather than drive themselves.