- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 10 Apr 2001
- Latest award date
- 07 Jun 2018
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Towards core costs for the administration and development officer, in the North East.
Grant awarded to Community Service Volunteers (Training and Enterprise NE) (Tyne & Wear) 10 Mar 2009
To provide support and mentoring to people with mental health problems to help them volunteer in Newcastle.
LifeLines 20 Apr 2016
This is the expansion of a project supporting volunteers aged 50 plus to run activities for vulnerable older people to improve health and well-being. These have previously included art classes, creative writing, yoga and computer club. The group will expand across the city, recruiting more volunteers, supporting more than 800 new people and establishing a Menâ€™s Network to encourage older men to socialise regularly. It will also extend its HealthLink scheme to help older people get to medical appointments.
RSVP Devon 16 Apr 2009
This charity will use funding to hold a publicity drive to recruit and train new volunteers. The project will encourage more people to volunteer and will enable the charity to extend its service throughout Devon. The grant will contribute towards events costs, display stands, projector hire, publicity and training.
Active Volunteering 10 Sep 2008
This is a collaborative project to enrich the lives of people with disabilities by empowering them to participate in community life through volunteering. It operates across the London Borough of Barnet. The expansion is in increased capacity to cope with a waiting list and to try to engage the most hard-to-reach disabled people currently not involved with the services.
Grant to Norfolk Knitters and Stitchers 20 Mar 2015
as a staff grant towards the running costs of an organisation which brings people together to knit and sew for good causes
RSVP Volunteers 14 Dec 2005
Under their Retired and Senior Volunteer Programme, this group will place volunteers over 50 years of age with York's Out Of School clubs. They will bring experience and creativity to children under 10 years old. The award is for volunteer expenses, promotional materials, room hire and CSV travel expenses.
Lampton Community Gardens 15 Sep 2006
CSV Environment (Bristol) will promote and develop the community gardens and establish a volunteer community management group to sustain it for the benefit of all local residents.
Essex Supported Volunteering Project 12 Oct 2011
CSV will use their grant to expand their 'Essex Supported Volunteering Project' which provides volunteer mentor support to disabled people to help them build their confidence and take part in social activities and integrate into social groups as well as help them use community facilities and to take up voluntary work.
CSV UPwards 14 Dec 2011
This project will support a number of offenders and ex-offenders to obtain secure accommodation, employment, good mental and physical health and a degree of social inclusion through a programme of volunteer mentoring. Each year, the group will recruit and train 60 people to be volunteer mentors who will go through a recruitment exercise before receiving training. After this, volunteers will be assigned to a beneficiary and provide support for between 6 and 26 weeks.
Towards a worker for the North East to recruit older volunteers.
Positive Futures London 18 Nov 2015
This project, based on a established youth-led volunteering model is expanding as a result of self-referrals and is being delivered in Hackney, Haringey and Tower Hamlets. It will support young people aged 13 to 25 to deliver volunteering and social action projects which they have identified to be of benefit to the local community. The aim of project is that all of the young people who are participating in it will develop key skills and have positive experiences that will shape their personal development.
Mind Matters 23 May 2018
The project will be building on current services working with young people to improve their mental health. Young volunteers will provide a series of mental health workshops and activities and ‘mental wellbeing champions’ will provide peer to peer support. The project will benefit 4,350 young people living in Gwent and will be working in partnership with Aneurin Bevan Health Board and Gwent Primary Care Mental Health Service. The grant, over three years, will fund salaries, delivery costs and equipment.
To support the development of the WASSUP project.