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- Earliest award date
- 27 Apr 2004
- Latest award date
- 24 Jun 2019
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National Youth Advocacy Service provides advocacy & volunteer independent visiting for children & young people in care in Cheshire. This project aims to improve the physical and emotional well-being of vulnerable children and young people. The grant will be used to fund positive activities for isolated children in care, to improve their confidence, well-being, resilience, skills and placement stability of the children and young people taking part.
Hayfield Inclusive Access Project 17 Nov 2008
This school will use an award to train young people and adults in relevant skills so they will be able mentor and support children and young people in out of school activities. This will improve the skills of the volunteers and allow them to provide activities for young people within the community.
Speaking Out 26 Aug 2010
This disability group in Bebington, Wirral, will use funding to install an automated push button door in its premises and deliver disability awareness training to public and private sector organisations. This will enable people to better understand issues faced by people with disabilities and address legislation affecting disabled people.
Enrichment Programme-Disabled People 16 May 2019
The funding will be used to run activities and sessions for physically disabled young people some who may have learning difficulties. The project aims to support physical and mental health, wellbeing of young people.
Healthy Young Peoples Project 06 Dec 2006
This is a project to enable young people to have formal training to become health advocates. The young people will be supported by a youth worker. The health advocates will work with young people individually and within group sessions depending upon the identified needs with sessions targeted to specific health issues such as sexual health.
Oxton Open Gateway 19 Jan 2012
A new project to reverse the impact of poverty on vulnerable people through positive activities developed and delivered by local people. Wirral Christian Centre Trust (WCCT) will empower people in the North West to solve their own problems through low cost and free activities that are self-sustainable through local ownership. The project will address concerns such as family cohesion especially among teenage parents, unhealthy living, isolation of older people and youth disaffection.
A4A - Keep Moving - Activities For All 24 Jun 2015
The organisation will use the funding to deliver a series of physical activity and healthy living sessions aimed at people of all ages, abilities and skill. This will enable the group to provide children and young people with activities to encourage healthier lifestyles and improved fitness, as well as support adults, older people and people with disabilities in learning healthy habits, improving fitness and preventing obesity and health problems as a result of inactivity.
Closing the Gap in Salford 20 Jun 2007
This group will use an award to provide bite size financial literacy courses to small groups of up to 5 people and face to face debt advice. All participants will be offered free benefit checks and possibly given the ability to carry out voluntary work at the end of the course to cascade acquired knowledge. The courses are particularly aimed at people with debt problems who have financial literacy difficulties including ex-offenders, people with mental health problems and older people.
This new mountain-bike club will work with young people and provide them with a number of activities that will combat obesity and anti-social behaviour. The award will allow the group to purchase the cycling equipment so that that the young people have access to the appropriate equipment. The group will then offer training around team building, road safety and cycle maintenance. The group will particularly target young people from the deprived area of Breckfield and Everton who are socially excluded.
To facilitate a conference 03 Jun 2005
Age Concern will facilitate a one day Older Persons' Conference in October 2005 to bring together older people and their carers. It will involve sixty decision making and influential professionals for the local statutory and community sector who will spend a day looking at what older people want from life in Wirral. The conference offers an opportunity to engage older people in making decisions about services that will affect their quality of life and particularly focus on carers and disabled people.
Involve Northwest Youth Services 17 Jul 2009
This new project will allow young people to take part in designing, developing and managing a range of youth services, including three evening youth clubs a week, school holiday activities and Christmas excursions. The project will also encourage young people to take part in Young Advisor (YA) training. Young Advisors are trained as Young Regeneration and Renewal Consultants who consult with the wider community so that young people have more of a say on youth services.
Refurbishment 27 Apr 2004
The scout group will use the grant for the much needed refurbishment, repairs and adaptation to their premises. It will include meeting the Health and Safety requirements of the Scout Association and making it accessible for girls and people with disabilities. damp course, toilet conversion to include access for girls and disabled people, 2 fire escape doors, repairs, floor covering and roof repairs.
Dudley Signposting Service 25 Nov 2005
This organisation will establish a signposting service for young people in Dudley providing access to service providers for children, young people, families and professionals.
Community Plot 26 Oct 2006
The group will use an award to establish a community plot to promote the benefits of growing vegetables to community groups. The project will target young people, ethnic groups and people with disabilities and will work in partnerships with local schools and day centres.
Friendship and Fun with Flowers in the Community 03 Jun 2010
This community group will use funding to run a number of short courses and flower arranging workshops for isolated people in their local community. This will help people to improve their self confidence, develop social networks and reduce levels of isolation.
Activities Hub Refurbishment 08 Feb 2017
The funding will be used by a charity to refurbish an activities hub. The hub is an important place for children and young people with life threatening and life shortening conditions. The project aims to provide children, young people and their families with an up-to-date, safe, fun place to spend time together.
New Wheels 18 Apr 2019
The company will replace the van which enables many of their community and prison-based activities to take place. The work this will support aims to develop skills and to bring people together to design items which are used in the local community.
About Turn 16 Aug 2017
The group will deliver a series of workshops for people within the community who have become socially excluded. This will provide help, support and guidance, whilst enabling people to learn new skills, as well as reducing local levels of isolation.
The group will run programmes and sessions for people who have been out of work for a significant amount of time. This will enable the organisation to provide new skills for people struggling to get back into employment.