- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 13 Jul 1999
- Latest award date
- 17 Jun 2020
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Disabled Access 23 Jun 2004
This independent self-advocacy group is run by and for people with learning disabilities for people from Liverpool. Funding will allow the organisation to make its newly leased premises more user friendly by providing disabled access and toilet facilities on the floor where the offices are situated. There are facilities but these are located in the basement of the building.
The Cheshire Visual Impairment Consortium (CVIC) is a partnership of four organisations who have come together to deliver a project which combines new and existing elements of each partner's work. A mixture of volunteer and staff-led services will provide visually impaired (VI) people in Cheshire with general information and advice on VI aids and equipment, services and recreational activities.
BASH: be active stay healthy 08 Feb 2017
The funding will be used to support a group of people with learning disabilities to organise a range of physical and cultural activities that will stimulate their interest and engage them in the community. The project aims to raise their self-belief and increase their wellbeing through engagement in adventurous and positive activities.
Being There When It Matters Most 09 Mar 2016
A project to support visually impaired (VI) people, their families, friends, and carers to overcome the challenges of everyday living. The project will include recreational activities, befriending and home visits, and courses such as welfare benefits, housing, and access to local and national services. The scheme will also provide services in community settings such as libraries, medical centres, hospitals, residential homes and centres. The scheme aims to benefit 920 people.
The Bronte Welcome Project 16 Nov 2006
The project will upgrade an existing youth and community building which is in a bad state of repair. The current building is 33 years old. The repairs are required to the flat roof, flooring, toilets, and upgrading of the entrance area. The centre offers activities such as dance, pottery, football, mother and toddler group and bingo.
Development of MB/1/000014133 11 Nov 2004
The Merseyside IT project will involve the delivery of a rolling programme of twelve week long IT training courses for blind and visually impaired people. It will also expand the service delivery using bases in Southport and on the Wirral and blind and visually impaired people will have improved access to further education, paid employment or voluntary work and will have reduced isolation.
The project will provide a unique opportunity for socially isolated young deaf people aged 11-19 to meet other deaf young people, however their siblings and children of deaf parents will also benefit. I regular programme of activities will be developed based on what the young people say they would like to do. Information and workshops will be available to the young people on the range of issues important to all young people, but to which their deafness normally proves a barrier.
Deaf Youth Club 20 Oct 2005
This is a project to create a programme of activity to develop a range of skills for young deaf people aged 11 - 19 who come from a wide area around Merseyside.The project will specialise in indoor rock climbing, within a youth club setting, providing an essential outlet, the young deaf people being socially and culturally isolated. The grant will pay for a range of items for climbing equipment.
This project will enable the organisation to provide a free, independent advocacy service for older disabled people to help them access services, take up benefits and access their legal rights through the Disability Discrimination Act._x000B_
Regional Deaf Youth Attached Project 17 Jul 2009
This new project will allow deaf young people to access a wide range of services that are otherwise not available to them because of communication barriers and a lack of awareness of their needs. The project will provide after-school activities such as healthy eating and sports activities like football, tennis, archery and fencing. The project will also provide a platform for transition to employment by delivering sessions on CV writing and interview skills, providing volunteer and training opportunities.
The aim of this existing project will allow Tomorrows People Trust (TPT) to continue supporting ex-offenders and offenders serving their sentences in the community, in Liverpool, Wirral and Knowsley. It will reduce re-offending rates through increasing access to employment, training and education opportunities. The project will differ from phase one by extending provision to people considered to be at risk of offending. _x000B_
Fit for the Future 03 Feb 2016
The organisation will use the funding to update their telephone system and purchase new IT equipment and provide training for staff, board members and volunteers. This will enhance the infrastructure and facilities of the organisation, enabling them to sustain and improve their support services for the benefit of people with disabilities, their families/carers.
A user led disabled organisation which provides a free independent welfare rights advice service, including Tribunal representation.
We want new computer equipment so that our disabled clients can access online services, particularly welfare/employment information.
towards three years' running costs, including salaries, of an organisation that provides advice, support and information to disabled people in Liverpool
Regional Care Advisory Service for North Wales 25 May 2010
The project will develop the Regional Care Advisory Service, enabling the organisation to provide specialist care to Huntington's Disease patients, their carers and those at risk of getting the disease throughout Anglesey, Conwy, Denbighshire and Gwynedd. Specialist training will be provided to health and social care professionals, social services, nursing homes and residential care teams in order to better facilitate care for Huntington's Disease patients.
Make Friends with a Book 26 Sep 2012
The project will benefit people across North Wales who have poor reading skills and/or are at risk of social isolation, by helping them to improve their literacy and sociability through shared 'read-aloud' groups. The project will establish 36 weekly reading groups. The grant, over three years, will pay for the salaries of one full-time project manager and one part-time project worker, as well as staff and volunteer expenses, training, marketing, a small amount of capital, and organisational overheads.