- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- 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
Outhouse East Roof Repair 28 Feb 2018
The group will carry out repairs to their roof, improving their facility to continue offering support and social groups within the community.
Housing Needs Survey for Sproughton 15 Nov 2017
The project will carry out a housing needs survey that will be incorporated into a wider community led plan, to help ensure that suitable, affordable housing is provided and the village develops in a sustainable way.
The funding will be used to run workshops, activities and a community event for vulnerable children and young people in the local community. The project aims to address issues of wellbeing and mental health in order to reduce isolation and marginalisation.
Caledon Open Door Club 17 Aug 2017
The group runs social and recreational activities for isolated older people from Caledon, Dyan, Eglish and Greystone in Co Tyrone. They are using a £6,850 grant to provide a range of activities, trips and networking opportunities for group members.
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.
This is a project by a community organisation in Wolverhampton serving people across Cornwall. The funding will be used to run advocacy workshops for people who are deaf. The project aims to develop life skills to increase peoples’ confidence in their local community.
This charity will create a DVD that is designed to support families who want to adopt a child. This will improve the way in which this organisation supports its service users and children in care.
Activities for All Making our Community Better 13 Dec 2017
The project will purchase portable visual, auditory and sensory equipment so they can deliver out of school clubs and extracurricular activities for children with additional needs and disabilities and their families. The facilities will also be made available to vulnerable adults to help improve their wellbeing.
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.
Cookery & Kitchen Skills for Men 27 Sep 2017
This project will offer cookery and food hygiene courses for local men, bringing them together to learn new skills, improve their wellbeing and provide opportunities to improve peer networks.
This is a project by a community organisation in Stroud, Gloucestershire, benefiting people across England. They will use the funding to stage an event for adults who have experienced the effects of Meningitis. This will help people to receive support and advice regarding the issues which impact on their health and wellbeing.
Empowering Sunnyhill Community 10 Jan 2018
A project coordinator will be employed to organise various activities and social events at the centre. This will engage people from different backgrounds in activities to build strong relationships and break down barriers to participation.
Active Living at Newlands Bishop Farm 24 May 2017
This group will use the funding to provide a variety of outdoor activities for 70 people with mental health problems, learning difficulties and physical disabilities. This will engage people in physical activities to improve their self-esteem, reduce isolation and improve their health and wellbeing.
Ivy Roads - Healthy Hearts 11 Apr 2017
The school will install outdoor gym equipment to improve play and exercise facilities and encourage children to be more active and make healthy lifestyle choices.
Targeting fuel poverty 06 Sep 2017
The funding will be used to improve the capacity of community groups to deliver fuel poverty projects locally, through improved training materials, partnership working and using measuring tools to monitor heating systems in local residents’ homes.
Prison Arts Foundation 01 Feb 2018
The Belfast-based group supports professional artists to work with offenders and ex-offenders. They are using the £8,948 grant to run a 30 week programme where older people from a local church work alongside young offenders and women prisoners in a joint creative writing and pottery workshop. These workshops create mutual understanding between members of each community.
Better Connected Project 05 Apr 2017
The group will deliver basic IT workshops for older members of the community. This will enable people to access online information and services, along with learning how to keep in touch with family and friends, with the aim of reducing isolation.
A Community Hub, bringing people together 20 Dec 2017
The group will develop and improve their venue and services to ensure they are meeting the needs of the local community.