- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 20 Apr 2006
- Latest award date
- 29 Mar 2019
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Ryedale Mencap Wellness Project 03 Oct 2017
The funding they have requested will allow the organisation to run Zumba classes which hopes to combat social isolation and increase or maintain mobility in disabled service-users in an area of rural deprivation.
Grant to Individual Recipient 15 May 2017
Funding to contribute to the costs of enabling a talented young athlete from York to attend the World transplant games in Spain in June 2017 and the British transplant games in Summer 2017.
Funding will allow a homework project to be run. Stage one is the newcomer programme focusing mainly on the improvement of language skills to facilitate their transition to the UK educational system. Stage two is an exam booster, providing tutorial sessions on content area instruction.
Safe and Social in Northallerton 13 Jun 2017
Funding to enable a coordinator to recruit and train volunteers to befriend socially isolated older people and arrange events for them to participate in.
Funding towards a project to replace and extend a decayed wooden boardwalk and fencing at Upper Dunsforth Carrs SSSI.
Whitby Ladies Shed (aka The She-Shed) 08 May 2017
Funding to support with the development of a Ladies Shed in Whitby, giving women the opportunity to develop their skills and learn new ones alongside the support of Whitby Men in Sheds.
Funding to support the recruitment and training of local volunteers to the Driving Force project which provides volunteer drivers for older & vulnerable people.
Memory Lane Lunches 13 Jun 2017
Revival North Yorkshire aims to prevent isolation and loneliness, particularly in the elderly. One of the ways they do this is by organising 'Memory Lane Lunches', which seek to improve the health and well-being of elderly people by engaging them in a regular activity that they can look forward to and enjoy. The lunches often have an old-fashioned theme, such as 'the 1950's', 'High-days and Holidays'. They offer an environment where people can enjoy sharing memories; those with dementia can often join in these chats, for once being part of, rather than outside of the group.