- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 26 Jan 2000
- Latest award date
- 11 Sep 2019
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
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Fund coaching at Sound Tennis, an adapted form of the sport for blind and partially sighted people.
BMEYPP 17 Jul 2009
This project will offer a programme of youth work, outreach and community events to BME young people and also establish a dedicated centre in which to deliver this work. Activities will include cooking, dance and cultural arts and will empower young people to deal with issues such as racist bullying. They will lead to the young people performing at events and sharing their skills with other young people, improving community cohesion. The project will also help BME young people access other youth services.
We want to provide a young people focused space offering a range of support that will improve their mental health and well-being
Football for Visual Impaired people 10 Dec 2004
The club offers young visually impaired people the chance to take part in football coaching and competitions. A grant will be used to pay for equipment and coaching to encourage more people to join in. There are limited opportunities for visually impaired people to play sport in the area and the project will provide young people with the chance to take part in a popular sport alongside their peers.
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.
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_
To house single homeless people 08 Nov 2005
The project will employ a Private Tenant Placement Worker who will match homeless people or people threatened with homelessness, who are not the legal responsibility of the Council, with private landlords.
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
Weekly outings for older people 21 May 2004
An "Out and About" scheme will provide a weekly educational or social outing for older people from the surrounding area. The scheme will provide social opportunities for people who may not have access to them due to low incomes, no means of transport or mobility problems.
Kitchen Kick Start 03 Jul 2018
The group will work with vulnerable young people to teach budgeting skills and how to cook healthily. The project aims to equip people with skills for long term independent living. Working with small groups of young people in real life settings, each session is practical and hands-on, with the theme of the workshop being determined by the young people’s needs and what they want to learn.
the salary of the Volunteer Officer
Big Fig Catering Training 20 Aug 2013
This new project aims to improve people's confidence, health and job skills by teaching accredited catering and business skills. There will be vegetables grown at CCO's community farm, outreach cookery sessions and the kitchen will be developed for disabled people. A refrigerated van will collect local produce and deliver to local businesses. The project will be open to unemployed people with particular focus on NEETs, people with learning difficulties and those with mental health issues.
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.
Drop-in sessions for people aged 13+ 22 Sep 2005
Woodingdean Youth Centre will be able to run a new Friday night youth club for young people aged over thirteen with help from a Lottery award. The need for the club was identified during consultations with young people. As the centre is based in a coastal area outside the town centre there are no evening activities for young people to take part in. The club will provide a range of activities, information and advice on drugs, sex education and the Duke of Edinburgh Award scheme.
Grant to Spark and Mettle 21 Nov 2012
Towards a programme that improves the well-being, employment skills and networks of disadvantaged young people through social media.
towards three years' salaries of two part-time workers at a project in Brighton that works with primary and secondary school children experiencing bullying
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.
MYBus 16 Jun 2009
This project will customise and use a mobile home from which to deliver young person led peer-training programmes. It will work with young people from Woodingdean and the surrounding villages of Saltdean, Ovingdean and Rottingdean and recruit young people to become youth champions and involvement leaders to deliver training. The project will also implement a young persons skills and participation progression framework which will facilitate and encourage young people to take up training opportunities.
The Safety Squad 17 Jul 2009
This project will help young people aged 10 to11 to identify and address safety in their area. It will carry out a consultation to identify recreational areas such as parks and play areas, which their peers identify as having safety problems, and actively research and implement changes. It will allow the young people to discuss, identify and raise the awareness of their safety and give them the opportunity to become actively involved in consulting and their peers and encouraging their participation.