- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 10 Mar 1998
- Latest award date
- 30 Jun 2014
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Grant awarded to REMAP G.B. (North East) 10 Mar 1998
Towards the cost of a Regional Organiser to support the existing local panels (13), establish two new ones in Darlington and Leeds and to continue providing a free technical service for disabled people who need assistance with mobility aids that are not available commercially.
Towards a project to encourage deaf people into volunteering their services and to make them more confident about the skills they can offer.
To establish a multi-purpose centre for use as an office, information point, meeting place, and social and activities venue.
Grant awarded to Prism Arts (North West) 14 Apr 1998
Towards the core costs of an organisation promoting and supporting disabled peoples' access to creative arts activities, in Cumbria.
Towards the development of new and existing carers' services in response to local requests.
Towards the running of the North East embassy of young deaf volunteers.
To provide outdoor equipment for shared use by able bodied and disabled children.
Towards the cost of establishing a respite and day care centre for people with early onset dementia, in Newcastle.
Towards a programme of building and refurbishment for disabled residents at Hartland House in Cumbria.
Funding to establish a shopmobility building on a town centre car park as office, drop in facility and the base for the lending of wheelchairs and powered scooters.
Grant awarded to ME North East (Durham) 11 Aug 1998
To employ a co-ordinator for the association to work towards improving the quality of life for people with myalgic encephalomyelitis and their carers.
Towards improved access and facilities for disabled people.
To fund 'Time-Out' - a programme of arts activities for adults with special needs and their carers.
To provide access to refurbished facilities.
To appoint an access officer for the North of England to advise on making buildings accessible to people with visual impairment.
To establish a revolving loan fund to enable disabled people become self-employed and self-reliant.
To fund a project providing respite support to carers.
Towards the provision of a pilot after school club and summer scheme for children and young people with physical and learning disabilities.
To contribute towards the purchase of new equipment for workshop based activities for mental health users.
Towards the core costs of a social and leisure group for people with learning disabilities and/or mental health problems, including a six month community theatre project, in Bedlington.