- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 26 Jan 2000
- Latest award date
- 21 May 2020
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
A4A - The People's Festival 15 Jul 2015
The organisation will use the funding to hold a one day community festival. This will bring local people together to take part in positive activities and break down barriers to improve community cohesion.
Cycling Without Age - consolidation and growth 23 Nov 2018
The organisation will use the funding to deliver cycling opportunities for older residents living in Brighton and Hove care homes. The project aims to address a lack of resources for fun, interactive, community-based, physically beneficial outdoor activity for elders living in care homes. Funding will be used to cover bike maintenance, salaries and other general running costs.
Grant to Possability People 12 Dec 2018
towards three years' salary of a Benefits and Tribunal Advisor at an organisation in West Sussex that promotes independent living and provides support for disabled people, their carers, families and friends
Space for Change 10 Jun 2010
The group will use the funding to develop an accessible community space for disabled people, where they can meet, socialise and feedback on the services available to them locally. It will also provide a space for hire which can be used for meetings and training by local disabled and voluntary sector groups.
Mobile IT and employability skills centre 27 May 2015
The funding will be used to deliver a mobile peer support job club to provide training and support for disabled people or those living with long term health problems. The project will help people gain news skills including CV writing, interview and IT skills to help them return to employment and other related skills to manage their life and condition.
the salary of the Volunteer Officer
towards two years' running costs of a project providing a disability advice service in Brighton & Hove
Trust for the Study of Adolescence was established in 1988 to help improve the lives of young people and their families by increasing knowledge and skills._x000B__x000B_This project will provide young people with opportunities to explore life skill strategies for coping with the transition from childhood to adulthood through creative activities and peer mentoring._x000B__x000B_Total beneficiaries = 145 The grant over 3 years will pay for management, co-ordination and admin, staffing, resources/materials/premises, travel/transport,
TSA Supported Housing 20 Feb 2006
Trust for the Study of Adolescence exists to close the knowledge and skills gap in relation to work with young people. It achieves this by supporting the various professionals that work with young people and their families, also producing resource materials for parents._x000B_This project will work towards improving the emotional, mental and physical health of young people in supported housing, by developing training in these areas specific to staff working with young people in supported housing schemes.
Youth Voice 'What Works' Programme 16 Nov 2005
This project will provide young people with opportunities to explore life skill strategies for coping with the transition from childhood to adulthood through creative activities and peer mentoring. YP will collect information on coping strategies from their peers and pass these on to wider groups of YP through arts based group activities such as drama groups or photography. There will also be a website on which the collected information will be recorded, as well as the diaries of YP.
Leading to Adventure 13 Feb 2008
This charity would use a grant to run a junior leader training programme. This would offer an introduction into leadership and team work, assisting in the transition from club member to leader whilst identifying their leadership potential. The young people would then plan and host a summer camp for 250 young people from local clubs.
Through this grant, Brighton People’s Theatre will test a membership programme that offers a sustained, year-round programme of work providing opportunities for residents in Hangleton and East Brighton to learn new skills, read plays together, see contemporary work and critique it, and make shows.
The Key People 21 Jul 2011
This is a project by a primary school in Brighton. The group will use the funding to run a series of out of school sessions for parents to encourage better parenting skills and more positive partnerships between the school and the families of the children. This will enable the parents to be empowered with key support skills to raise the potential of the pupils.
People for Portslade 11 Feb 2020
The funding will be used to continue to fund the post of Community Development Worker. The funding will ensure the continuation of a range of courses and projects in the area to support local people in Portslade
Your Place Artist in Residence 24 Jan 2018
The theatre will work in partnership with local resident led community development charities and Brighton Festival on an art project to bring people together.
Grant to Brighton and Hove City Council 16 Dec 2014
The Stanmer Park restoration project: reviving and celebrating the heritage of the Stanmer Estate
Older Peoples Project 24 Jan 2006
The project will develop a programme of services for older people. The award will allow the group to expand their current lunch club facilities, and to roll out a programme of support services to isolated older people._x000B_
The Safety Outreach Support Project 26 Aug 2010
This is a project by a registered charity in Brighton. The group will use funding to purchase ICT equipment for the outreach project aimed at young people in the local area. This will enable outreach workers to collate information effectively and provide a more efficient service.