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- Earliest award date
- 27 Apr 2000
- Latest award date
- 27 Jun 2019
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The group is established to provide relief through education, counselling and support systems to people suffering due to bereavement. The project will enhance the groups knowledge through attendance at an international conference.
Training Of Volunteers 02 Nov 2005
A project to develop an outreach service for this bereavement support group based in Birmingham. The grant will pay for volunteer training, supervision and a seminar for volunteers.
Initial & Ongoing training in Cruse Belfast 13 Dec 2006
The group exists to enable anyone in the community who has been bereaved by death to understand their grief, cope with their loss. The project will create training opportunities for volunteers in bereavement care.
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.
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.
Training for bereavement support volunteers 02 May 2013
This is a project by a voluntary organisation based in St Albans working across Hertfordshire. The organisation will use the funding to update the training of existing volunteers to retain their skills and recruit and train additional volunteers to meet an expanding demand for its service. This will increase the capacity of the organisation to provide counselling to bereaved people.
The organisation is volunteer based and offers support, advice and information to children, young people and adults who have experienced bereavement. They are using the Â£10,000 to provide a support service to prisoners in Magilligan, Maghaberry and Hydebank who have been bereaved, with an aim to help reduce reoffending.
Towards the core costs of the bereavement support service.
Somewhere to Turn on Tyneside 20 Dec 2018
The funding will be used to train an additional 16 volunteers from the local community to deliver face to face bereavement support to adults and young people. This will provide access to accredited awards for volunteers, and help develop service users coping mechanisms, increase resilience and improve wellbeing.
The organisation, based in Belfast, is using a £10,000 grant to support prisoners who have been bereaved. The money is being used to recruit and train more volunteers to reduce waiting times and be able to offer support to more prisoners.
Somewhere to Turn 02 May 2019
The project will use funding to provide support for bereaved children and adults; using range of services providing IAG and accompanying trained volunteers to deliverer tailored support
Cruse Bedfordshire - Meeting Demand 30 May 2019
The project will use funding to provide training of more bereavement support volunteers, and increase its number of venues where support takes place, so that bereaved people can access support in their community.
Core costs and office rent for a branch of a charity supporting the bereaved.