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Results

Therapeutic gardening project 05 Jul 2017

The aims of Refugees Welcome - Crawley are to encourage a positive narrative about refugees in Crawley, to welcome Syrian people who are resettled in the town and to welcome refugees living in the town or passing through the town. Funding was provided to reimburse volunteers for petrol and for garden tools and compost, seeds and materials to make raised beds.

Grant to Autism Support and Awareness Promotion 05 Jul 2017

ASAP raise awareness about autism within black and minority ethnic communities, and provide mutual support and information to BME families with autistic children. Funding was provided to support 3 monthly gatherings of their members and a workshop on autism and relating to an autistic child.

55th Brighton Scout Group (Moulsecoomb) 22 Feb 2018

The 55th Brighton Scout Group is based in North Moulsecoomb. Funding was provided towards the hire cost of their hall.

wheelchair basketball in sussex 11 Jun 2018

Wheelchair basketball Sussex provide basketball opportunities for wheelchair users. Funding was provided to enable the them to buy their own kit.

Grant to 50+ Tai Chi Group 17 Oct 2017

The 50+ Tai Chi Group offers weekly Chi Kung and Tai Chi 37 classes to older people leaving in East Brighton. Funding was provided towards their overall running costs.

Amount: £500
Funder: Sussex Community Foundation
Recipient: 50+ Tai Chi Group

Saunders Park Edible Garden 22 Feb 2018

BHFP helps people improve health, wellbeing and skills through food activities. Funding was provided to support three events for the local community at Saunders Park Edible Garden.

Speak Out East 12 Oct 2017

Brighton & Hove Speak Out supports adults with learning disabilities to speak up and be heard about the things that matter to them. Funding was provided to support activities and workshops at the Drop-In from Christmas through to Summer 2018.

Friday Drop In Sessions at Manor Gym 22 Feb 2018

Brighton Pebbles is a parent led charity for families with disabled children in Brighton & Hove. They are open to families affected by any disability but particularly those who find accessing mainstream activities difficult due to severe learning disabilities, autism and challenging behaviour. Funding was provided to support a weekly drop in session for families with disabled children at the Manor Gym and specifically to pay for healthy snacks for the sessions.

Amount: £500
Funder: Sussex Community Foundation
Recipient: Brighton Pebbles

Young People's Centre in Whitehawk 12 Oct 2017

Impact Initiatives currently run a youth club in Moulescoomb. Funding was provided to support a new session at the young peoples centre in Whitehhawk, providing resources and funds to bring in guest speakers/facilitators to run workshops for young people.

Amount: £500
Funder: Sussex Community Foundation
Recipient: Impact Initiatives

Moulsecoomb/Bevendean Sports and Health Festival 22 Feb 2018

The Trust for Developing Communities are responsible for Community development, training and consultation across Brighton and Hove. Developing capacity and skills of members of communities so they are better able to identify and help meet their needs. Funding was provided to support a free sports and health festival aimed at young people in Moulseccomb and Bevendean but also young people from other areas in Brighton and Hove.

Restarting the Lunch Club from the Bridge 11 Jun 2018

This project is run Moulsecoomb lunch club. A activity and healthy eating club for residents aged 60+ aimed at reducing social isolation and loneliness.

Amount: £500
Funder: Sussex Community Foundation
Recipient: Bevendean Community Pub

Grant to Downs Junior School 27 Mar 2018

Funding was provided to enable 4 students to attend a residential trip with Downs Junior School.

Amount: £880
Funder: Sussex Community Foundation
Recipient: Downs Junior School

Grant to Kemp Town Gardening and Community Group 22 Feb 2018

Kemptown Gardening and Community Group undertake a number of social and fund-raising activities for their community. Funding was provided to support the costs of hanging baskets.

Sew Fabulous Whitehawk area sewing courses 22 Feb 2018

Sew Fabulous CIC is a sewing studio in Brighton’s multicultural Open Market. Funding was provided to enable them to run two six week projects for families of Whitehawk area.

Amount: £500
Funder: Sussex Community Foundation
Recipient: Sew Fabulous CIC

RAW Youth Club 17 Jul 2017

RAW Youth Club is a weekly youth club for young people living in Moulsecoomb. Funding was provided to subsidise outings to places the youth would like to visit but not necessarily able to afford aswell as refreshments for weekly meetings.

Grant to Coombe Road Primary School 27 Mar 2018

Funding was provided to enable 3 students from Coombe Road Primary School to attend a residential trip to Blacklands Farm with the school.

Day trip to Amberley Museum 17 Jul 2017

ABC fund provides trips and treats for underprivileged children and their families. Funding was provided for a day trip to Amberley Museum for Whitehawk After School Project.

Amount: £500
Funder: Sussex Community Foundation
Recipient: abc Fund

PARENTS READING PROJECT 17 Jul 2017

St Mark's CE Primary School are developing a new canopy area for drop in parent/child reading sessions and workshops that will promote a love of reading for the families. Funding was provided to support the costs of providing seating and books for this new area.

Amount: £500
Funder: Sussex Community Foundation
Recipient: St Mark's CE Primary

Whitehawk Festival 17 Jul 2017

Environment due east sub group organise their Whitehawk festival each year for local residents. Funding was provided for new marquees, tables, chairs and hire of equipment for the day.

Grant to Northiam Community Friends Helping Hands 20 Nov 2017

We provide, via a group of village volunteers, a range of services to the community within the Northiam village envelope. Our mission is to help those people in our catchment area, with one-off services, providing a wide range of small (non-trades jobs) which they cannot do for themselves. Funding was provided towards insurance and volunteer costs.