- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 25 Sep 1997
- Latest award date
- 24 Jun 2019
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Towards a programme of building and refurbishment for disabled residents at Hartland House in Cumbria.
Towards the core costs of a friendship club for 30 people with learning disabilities.
Grant awarded to George House Trust (Northern) 13 Oct 1998
For and advice project offering support to anyone with HIV living in the North of England in need of welfare/work advice.
To install a lift into a newly refurbished building.
To support a young carers' project enabling them to be fully involved in education, social and leisure activities.
Towards a pilot project offering a free counselling service for disabled people in Merseyside.
Towards a home visiting service provided by trained volunteer workers for the benefit of people with disabilities, carers and their dependants.
To establish an outreach information and advice service for disabled people in rural Cumbria.
Grant awarded to DiGS (Cumbria) Ltd (North West) 21 May 1999
To add to the capital amount available for deposit bond guarantees so that single homeless people can access privately rented accommodation.
Towards the core costs of an organisation that provides support to disability groups in Lancashire.
Towards the purchase of computer equipment which will be used to retrain adults with muscular dystrophy in IT skills.
Towards the running costs of a confidential counselling and befriending service for people who have been bereaved.
To run a welfare benefits and financial advice service for older people in East Cheshire.
To provide support for older people to help them face the inevitable changes that come with the ageing process at an alternative therapy centre in Cumbria.
Toward the core running costs of the playgroup to ensure equal access for all children.
To purchase and refurbish equipment for a nursery in Moss Side in Manchester.
To purchase computer equipment and to increase staff hours in a parents' support group in Manchester.
To arrange a conference on deafblind services in the UK.