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- 12 Oct 2012
- Latest award date
- 06 Nov 2017
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KALM 24 Jun 2015
The group will use the funding to install an interactive tool that is confidential, safe and anonymous for students to access information surrounding issues such as eating disorders, self harming and mental health issues. This will improve resilience and self esteem and provide the resources to enable young people to access online support.
The Soloman Browne Memorial Hall 09 Jul 2015
This funding will mean a local town hall originally constructed in the 1890s and derelict since the Second World War, can be converted into a multifunctional, accessible community space. Once the building is completed the project will help address issues including rural isolation, loneliness, employability skills, independence, intergenerational cohesion and wellbeing in old age. Services and activities proposed will include workshops in arts, crafts, languages, IT and health associated activities.
YO! QAHH Youth Outreach 01 Apr 2015
The organisation will use the funding to fund workshops for youth groups to raise awarenss of issues faced by disabled ex- servicemen and women. This will enable young people to be inspired to work positively towards their own goals and will increase understanding and ability to support people with disabilities.
Parent Counselling Service (Leeds NW) 08 Apr 2015
Leeds Counselling (LC) will provide a counselling service to parents who are suffering from mental health issues which are having an impact on the lives of their children. The project will delivered these services in partnership with six local clusters to provide a range of activities with a focus on early intervention and family support as well as problems arising from impact of trauma, violence and substance misuse on parenting.
The Bikery 08 Apr 2015
The funding will be used to develop a project that offers training placements to people recovering from mental health difficulties. A social enterprise consisting of a bakery which is already up and running and a new bicycle repair workshop will offer trainees a variety of opportunities to develop their skills. The project aims to help individuals build their skills and stability in order to move onto further volunteering, education or employment out with the enterprise.
Lancashire 04 Nov 2015
The organisation will use the funding to strengthen their IT infrastructure and improve efficiency in order to support victims of domestic abuse across the Fylde Coast. This will ensure that staff have the right equipment to complete the work efficiently, increase capacity to support service users and enable growth through information sharing between offices.
Welsh Language and Culture Books for People with Dementia
Frobisher Fit Club 13 Apr 2015
The group will use the funding to install an outdoor gym and provide physical activity sessions to both children and parents who suffer from obesity.
Street Champions 10 Jun 2015
The funding will be used to recruit and train street champions to engage the local community. The street champions will act as a bridge between different areas, bringing communities together to address issues and problems and bring them to the attention of local service providers including the police and local authority.
Mindfulness Yoga Group 14 Oct 2015
The group will use the funding to provide therapeutic yoga activities to people who have experienced bereavement by homicide. This will enable beneficiaries to communicate through a shared activity to better understand their experiences and develop positive change through health and wellbeing activities.
The group will use the funding to deliver a programme of engagement, confidence building and support to hard to reach individuals far removed from accessing employment. This will provide the advice, targets and motivation to enable beneficiaries to assess their own skills sets and work towards accessing employment.
The organisation will use the funding to offer drop in services, social activities and events for local elderly and disabled people. This will reduce loneliness and isolation through the provision of social activities in accessible locations.
Fight for Peace Academy and Training Centre 15 Jul 2015
The organisation works with young people aged 11-25, helping them to realise their potential. The project will support those most adversely affected by or involved in crime, gangs or violence, as well as ex-offenders and those not in education, employment or training. It aims to raise the aspirations, skills and development of young people and reduce the exclusion that they experience.
Forty~Three - Recovery Tea Rooms 07 Oct 2015
The organisation will use the funding to refurbish and equip a recovery tea room facility, to provide training and volunteering project for service users in long term recovery from addictions. This will aim to increase self esteem, confidence and improve skills to address issues with lifestyle, family relationships and increase chances of securing employment.
Barrhead Man and Toddler Group 21 Apr 2015
This project will enable the group to establish themselves within the local community by paying for initial running costs, I.T equipment , marketing and toys.
A4A - Nucleus 29 Jul 2015
The funding will be used to work with young people from deprived communities who are not in employment and education. It will develop and deliver a programme of employability training, signposting to local business and industries offering work experience, and a digital network to access online advice and services. This will support young people to find work, and improve their confidence and aspiration. They will also be encouraged to lead and shape the project.
Getting Together 09 Sep 2015
The organisation will use the funding to establish creative, social and physical activities for residents of a sheltered housing scheme. This will enable the group to encourage residents, many of whom are disabled or living with ill health, to remain physically and socially active, with therapeutic exercises and reminiscence projects as well as games, lunches and outings to local cultural venues.