- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 02 Feb 1998
- Latest award date
- 21 Dec 1998
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
To fund the setting up of the North Northumberland Day Hospice in Alnwick.
Towards the cost of establishing a counselling service, run by disabled people for disabled people, people with chronic illnesses and their carers - provided at no/low cost to the client.
Grant awarded to Prism Arts (North West) 14 Apr 1998
Towards the core costs of an organisation promoting and supporting disabled peoples' access to creative arts activities, in Cumbria.
To establish a programme of life skills and work experience for young (19-25) adults with disabilities.
Towards the cost of establishing a respite and day care centre for people with early onset dementia, in Newcastle.
To engage an artist-in-residence for six months to introduce 20 people with severe physical disabilities to the use of computer technology as a vehicle for communication and artistic expression, in Glasgow.
Funding to provide hoist lifts, special beds and reclining chairs for older people.
To increase access for people with a range of disabilities to nature reserves in Northumberland.
To fund the employment of a training support assistant to work in the information technology centre.
To employ a welfare benefits advisor to assist people with dementia and their carers.
Grant awarded to British Limbless Ex-Servicemens' Association - Tyneside (Northumberland) 10 Mar 1998
Towards the core costs of the branch.
To distribute regular information newsletters to members and to establish a new support group in Northumberland.
To fund 'Time-Out' - a programme of arts activities for adults with special needs and their carers.
To appoint an access officer for the North of England to advise on making buildings accessible to people with visual impairment.
Grant awarded to Workable (North East) 12 May 1998
To establish a scheme in the North East that will focus on the needs of disabled graduates and undergraduates looking for work experience.
Towards the core costs of the organisation.
To fund a project providing respite support to carers.
To continue providing a disability helpline and to train volunteers for a new resource centre.