- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 27 Apr 2000
- Latest award date
- 19 Nov 2018
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Cruse The Supporting Communities Project 27 Mar 2018
The group, based in Dungannon, is using the £9,990 grant to run training for volunteers and supervisors in the Southern Health Trust area to enable the charity to better support local people to cope with bereavement.
Core costs and office rent for a branch of a charity supporting the bereaved.
To employ a development officer to oversee projects throughout Teesdale and Wearside in response to the crisis.
Towards the core costs of the bereavement support service.
Valuing and Supporting Bereavement Volunteers 09 Nov 2016
This project will deliver training for volunteers who support the needs of people experiencing the effects of bereavement, increasing the support available.
Grant to Cruse Bereavement Care Hertfordshire 29 Nov 2017
We want to provide a helpline service followed by 6-8 sessions of 1:1 support for parents who have lost a child.
Cruse Hertfordshire, Training Needs Support 11 Feb 2010
This registered charity serving Hertfordshire will use a grant to meet their growing training needs in the face of an increasing demand for bereavement services. The project will train volunteers to facilitate group work and to deliver support to relatives of military personnel. By strengthening the skills of volunteers in these and other areas, it will enable the group to offer a higher quality of bereavement support across the community.
Cruse Children & Young People's Project 23 Jun 2008
The grant will be used to expand the Cruse Children's and Young People's Project which will provide vital training for volunteers support for young people who have lost a loved one.
A project to provide a training course of bereavement support, free to volunteers in Telford, Shropshire. The grant will pay for facilitation costs, trainer, venue, refreshments, travel costs, photocopying and administration.
Good Grief 28 Jan 2005
A project to hold a three day event exploring the issues of death and bereavement for children living in and around Hereford. The grant will pay for premises, workshops, publicity, website and management costs.
trainors fees 16 Feb 2005
The group provides support to people who have suffered bereavement through the giving of advice, information and counselling. The project will increase the skill levels and numbers of volunteers therefore allowing the group to increase the number of people to which it can provide its services.
This organisation will run two training courses allowing people to become qualified bereavement volunteers.
Supporting Bereaved Childern and Young People 26 May 2011
Cruse Bereavement Care, Cardiff & The Vale Branch will recruit and train volunteers to provide a confidential counselling support service to bereaved children and young people. The project meets the Awards for All aim of 'extending access and participation'. This grant for £5,000 will fund the cost of 2 trainers, recruitment of volunteers training materials, administration costs and refreshments.
Beyond Words 25 Jan 2012
The grant is being used to run the 'Beyond Words' project. The 5-year programme will support people over 60, particularly those living in sheltered accommodation, stroke survivors (with resulting communication difficulties know as aphasia) and their carers'. Awareness raising session including information workshops creating awareness of key issues of bereavement and how to address them will be developed and co-ordinated. Recruitment and training of 150 volunteers will be rolled out.
ABC (Awareness in Bereavement Care) Training 29 Feb 2012
Cruse Bereavement Care - All Pembrokeshire Branch will recruit new volunteers for the group's bereavement counselling service and provide them with training which will help meet the demands of increasing client numbers. The project meets the Awards for All aim of 'extending access and participation'. This grant for £4,180 will fund fee for trainer, venue hire, accreditation fee and publicity costs.
Providing New Training Initiatives 26 Apr 2012
This is a project by a charity in Somerset. The group will use the funding to provide new training initiatives for their volunteers. This will enable them to expand and develop their service to allow them to help more clients, and enhance the skills of the volunteers.
To employ a co-ordinator following the amalgamation of four North East branches into one administrative area.