- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 20 May 2004
- Latest award date
- 06 Feb 2019
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
1st Saltley Guides Growth and Retention 14 Jul 2017
1st Saltley (Birmingham) Guides would like a grant of £1000 towards taster sessions. They work with young girls between the age of 10-14. They would like to attract more members in a hard to reach area.
Grant to 2nd Rye Guides 21 Mar 2018
2nd Rye Guides provides a welcoming girl only space for girls and young women to have fun and develop skills. Funding was provided for a wooden building to securely store all their camping equipment.
Grant to 55th Fishponds Baptist Girlguides 19 Nov 2018
We wish to provide our girls with laptops and specialist software to aid communication within the group, the wider community and worldwide.
Grant to 2nd Sholing Guide Unit 19 Nov 2018
We want to take our guides on an adventure activity weekend to learn new skills, experience new activities and achieve their potential
towards a two-night trip to an adventure centre in Wiltshire for a group of disadvantaged girls from Gloucester
towards a two-night trip to an outdoor activities centre for for a group of disadvantaged children from Gloucestershire
A project by this girl guides group based in Great Wyrley, Staffordshire, to provide the girls in the guide group with a series of sessional social activities. Such activities will include trips to different UK cities, a camping trip and a visit to the zoo, whilst other activities such as fathers' sports day and a mothers' pampering day will enable the girls families to take part.
A project by this Waltham Forest girl guiding group to celebrate the Girl Guides Centenary. It will provide a series of community activites including live music, outdoor activities and craft stalls.
Camping resources 20 Apr 2005
A project to provide camping resources for use by members of this girl guides in Great Barr, Birmingham. The grant will pay for 3 venturer 500 tents, kitchen equipment, large mess tent, camping gas cooker and tables, mallets and sit mats, walkie talkie and cooler box.
The Rainbow unit will use the award to purchase arts and crafts materials to enable it to complete badges as part of the scheme of Rainbow modules. The money is for craft materials; rainbow launch.
Purchase a marquee 30 Mar 2006
1st Bridge Guides will be able to buy a marquee with help from a Lottery award. The group doesn't have a tent big enough for large group activities when the weather is bad and the new marquee will provide adequate space for activities and mealtimes. It will also be able to buy folding tables for use during weekly art and craft sessions.
District challenge day 30 Mar 2006
The district is an umbrella organisation for 2 Rainbow, 2 Brownie and 2 guide units. An award will enable them to provide a day of new activities, including archery, football, korfball, maypole dancing, open air cooking and crafts.
1st Bolton le Sands Guides 27 Feb 2007
This Girl Guide group will use an award to extend the range of activities it offers to its members by purchasing sports and games equipment, and by arranging performing arts sessions, involving activities such as circus skills, singing, street dance and scenery creation.
This is a project by a community group in Erith, Kent. The group will use funding to provide a six-day activity holiday and outings for their girl scouts, many of who are from low income families and do not get the chance to go on holidays.
Continuity in a digital world 27 Oct 2011
This is a project by a charity in Westminster. The group will use funding to purchase a second Content Management System to run its website. This will increase the efficiency and reliability of the organisation providing information and volunteer opportunities to the community online.
Guiding Experiences 06 Jun 2013
This is a project by a community organisation in Dudley. The group will use the funding to organise a residential trip, engaging young women in educational activities and visits for members of the group. This will enable beneficiaries to participate in social activities which will increase their social and communication skills, build confidence, self esteem and personal development.