- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 01 Apr 2004
- Latest award date
- 31 Oct 2018
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Grow Cook and Share 15 Nov 2017
This project will run weekly sessions in which children and young people will grow and cook diverse foods, culminating in a celebratory sharing event for the community. This will encourage access to the outdoor space while developing skills to sustain a healthy lifestyle.
Inclusive play for the community 24 Jan 2018
This project will provide play sessions for children with disabilities and special needs, enabling them to take part in activities which benefit their development and social skills.
GLYPT Outreach & Community Programme 10 Jan 2018
The project aims to develop the centre as a community hub and work in various locations around the area promoting inclusion and engagement. Workshops and events will run to improve the wellbeing of their users and create quality time between the parents/carers and children. This will also target issues such as poverty, low aspirations, unemployment, lack of community activities which can all lead to poor physical and mental well-being.
Autography 11 Apr 2017
The funding will be used to pilot a 6 week project to support adults with Autism Spectrum Condition to socialise, learn more about their condition, and raise public awareness through weekly workshops. The project aims to provide learning and managing techniques through peer support and shared experiences.
This project will update and replace kitchen appliances and utensils to improve food preparation and maintain food hygiene and kitchen safety for its users who are living with the effects of HIV.
Young Leaders' Academy 11 Oct 2017
The charity will deliver a pilot project that is designed to engage young males from the black, Asian and minority ethnic community who are at risk of the effects of anti-social behaviour or exclusion from mainstream education.
XLP XL-R8 Community Bus Project 26 Jul 2017
This group aims to develop their project, which provides high quality-long-term support to young people between the ages of 10 and 18, living in inner-London estates, and who are at risk of becoming involved in gangs, crime and antisocial behaviour. Three customised double-decker buses will travel to 24 locations across London to host a range of drop-in sessions with one-to-one/small group support and team activities. Activities will include healthy eating and cooking sessions, games and chill-out sessions.
Grow Wild 07 Nov 2017
The continuation of this project will inspire, empower and connect people in their communities as they come together to transform local spaces with native plants and fungi. People in the local area will become more active by doing something positive outdoors as well as learning about nature and the things they can do for their community.
Refurbishment of the boys Clubhouse 25 Oct 2017
The group will expand the clubhouse so they can accommodate more people, giving those with limited access to training and education the opportunity to gain new skills and improve their chances of finding employment.
Ewart Road Healthy Gardening Project 25 Apr 2017
This project will use funding to create an outdoor sensory garden and vegetable patch to support local people who may be disadvantaged or feel isolated. It will also create a new space where people can socialise and grow their own food.
La Briut Continuation 21 Mar 2018
This project aims to improve confidence, health and wellbeing and relationships and reduce isolation amongst disadvantaged and vulnerable members of the community in the Stamford Hill and wider Hackney and Haringey areas of North London. It seeks to help people to live fulfilling lives, maintain independence and reduce feelings of isolation. Support will be available at the group’s community-led centre in Stamford Hill, as well as hospitals, GP surgeries, local parks, libraries, shops and home visits.
The funding will be used by a school to resurface its outdoor play area to make it safer as well creating a space to grow vegetables. The project aims to provide new opportunities for safe play in a community that lacks access to appropriate outdoor facilities.
This project will offer training, employability and mentoring workshops for young people, allowing them to gain skills and confidence to find employment.
Summer Camp HYPU 2017 25 Apr 2017
The funding will be used to run a summer camp which will provide a range of activities including a breakfast club, drama classes, film making, arts and crafts and language classes for young people from the black and minority ethnic (BME) community. The project aims to develop people’s skills, knowledge, self-esteem and aspirations.
ECIL Community Life Project 24 May 2017
This project will use funding to deliver a programme of user led social and learning activities to support the needs of disabled people who are feeling isolated. This will improve levels of wellbeing, self-esteem and confidence.
This charity will use the funding to transform people's lives through food across the UK. With 270,000 tonnes of edible food being destroyed every year, FareShare delivered good surplus food to almost 7,000 charities and community groups in 2017. This funding will enable the charity to expand its work across its regional centres, saving more edible food in order to distribute to more charities and community groups. The food will be used to bring people together, build relationships and reduce loneliness.
Career Mentoring Program 22 Nov 2017
The project will provide career mentoring sessions for people who are not in education, training or employment, helping them to develop skills which improve their chances of finding work.
Drama Celebrations! 25 Years! 28 Feb 2018
This project will run weekly drama workshops for young people culminating in a show for the local community. The young people will create and perform in the show and through this will develop relationships with others in their community, building confidence and inter-personal skills. The final production will be a celebration event helping to bring together a diverse community.
Securing Change 06 Sep 2017
This group will build on their existing service which aims to provide better life chances to vulnerable mothers, helping them to address complex problems and promoting access to general services, local groups and networks to support better life skills. Individual support will be driven by the needs of the mother, encompassing emotional, therapeutic and practical issues, and will link with local partnership networks, such as mental health services, domestic violence and substance misuse agencies.
This group will develop their advice, information and support project for families with disabled children (0-25), with a focus on Black and Minority Ethnic and East European communities. The project will provide intensive support for carers going through crisis and those who themselves have disabilities. It will run sessions which will cover housing, stress management, counselling, and challenging behaviour. The project will also offer home visits to offer support to parents who are unable to attend.