- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 07 Apr 1998
- Latest award date
- 30 Jun 2014
- 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.
To fund a disability rights adviser(s) to work in the Castle Morpeth Borough area.
Towards improved access and facilities for disabled people.
To distribute regular information newsletters to members and to establish a new support group in Northumberland.
Towards a project teaching gardening skills to adults with learning disabilities, in Alnwick.
Towards the cost of providing a three week summer activity scheme for 30 disabled children.
To contribute towards the purchase of new equipment for workshop based activities for mental health users.
Towards the core costs of a social and leisure group for people with learning disabilities and/or mental health problems, including a six month community theatre project, in Bedlington.
To modernise and extend the outdoor activities service for disabled people.
Towards the provision of an information service for disabled people.
Towards reducing the waiting list for advice on welfare and benefits.
Towards the establishment costs of a self-help group in Northumberland, supporting disabled people in pregnancy, childbirth and parenthood.
Towards access improvements for disabled people to a well used village hall.
To provide a course in lip speaking to train local volunteers to assist hearing impaired people to participate in meetings and events.
To contribute towards the development of an arts, crafts and performance centre with maximum accessibility to enable disabled people to enjoy the creative arts.
Towards workshops for adults with learning disabilities emphasising independence, access and disability awareness through creative arts, in Hexham.
Towards the cost of a holiday caravan to provide respite for the families of drug users in the Blyth area.
Towards accessible facilities for disabled children.