- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 01 Apr 2004
- Latest award date
- 17 Oct 2018
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
From Here to There-Mental Health Project 21 Oct 2015
The organisation will use the funding to deliver seventeen half day arts, filmmaking and creative outdoor and physical activities with children and young people who are in-patients at a children's mental health unit. This will increase the confidence and self-esteem of participants and address misunderstanding and negative attitudes to children's mental health in the wider population.
Haselbury Garden and Creative Play Area 29 Jul 2015
The group will use the funding to create a safe, accessible outdoor facility for children and families. This will enable beneficiaries to access an improved outdoor space.
Protect Your Selfie: Keeping Safe Online 20 Jan 2016
The group will use the funding to train young people with learning disabilities to deliver IT safety workshops. This will increase confidence and skills for beneficiaries, and will impart knowledge and awareness needed to fully utilise a wide range of IT services.
Baxendens 'Room to Grow' 01 Apr 2015
Project Summary : This organisation will use the funding to create an allotment on the school site that will be used during and after school, for activities with parents, and by other children's groups in the area. This will increase understanding of the relationship between nutrition and health and help to improve parent-child interaction.
Disability Hate Crime 20 Jan 2016
The organisation will use the funding to deliver a series of awareness raising workshops and creative development sessions leading to a theatre production exploring the impact of disability related hate crimes and anti-social behaviour on the health and wellbeing of people with disability together with accredited training and qualifications for participants to increase their employability skills. This will strengthen the community by addressing negative stereotypes and behaviours.
The project will refurbish the first floor of their building to create two new rooms for their members. This will enable new and existing community groups to enjoy activities in the venue.
LSTM Humanitarian Response Register 30 Sep 2015
The organisation will use the funding to support the software development and promotion of an online register for volunteers wishing to work as part of UK and overseas humanitarian relief efforts. This will allow volunteers with relevant skills to register themselves for an overseas or UK placement without incurring any costs and enable the organisation to deploy the volunteers quickly.
Up Up and Away 12 Aug 2015
The organisation will use the funding to purchase and install outdoor fitness equipment to the school grounds. This will improve the facilities of the school to help aid the physical development of children and encourage them to become more active.
DO IT YOURSELF (DIY) 20 Jan 2016
The group will use the funding to provide activities and workshops to isolated disadvantaged beneficiaries to build confidence and self esteem through working together to increase their skills. This will provide beneficiaries with the opportunity to reduce isolation and broaden their experiences.
The group will use the funding to set up a holiday activities programme for young people aged 11-19 years old which will include trips, sporting activities, cinema, bowling, cycling, cooking and street dance. This will provide young people from a deprived area with play and leisure activities during the holiday periods.
Rawthorpe Community Activator Team 05 Aug 2015
The organisation will use funding to train volunteers in areas including developing policies and procedures, evaluation and safeguarding. This will enable beneficiaries to implement community groups to deliver events and activities for people of all ages in the community, with the aim of reducing crime and improving community cohesion.
Markington Outdoor Play Project 10 Feb 2016
The school will use the funding to install outdoor play equipment and all weather surface. This will provide children with a safe and stimulating place to play after school, with the aim of reducing social isolation in their rural location.
The end of World War II 22 Apr 2015
The organisation will use the funding to host a commemorative event to mark the end of the Second World War. This will enable the organisation to bring people together at a social event, improve community spirit and cohesion whilst promoting their activities which will help address issues of social isolation.
The organisation will use the funding to refurbish their community cafÃ©, provide affordable healthy meals and cooking on a budget sessions for residents, improve the training opportunities for volunteers, and encourage more members of the diverse community, including those at risk of isolation, to access the organisation's support services.
Stockwell Festival 13 Oct 2016
This project will use the funding to host â€œThe Stockwell Festivalâ€ bringing members of a culturally diverse community together to promote trust and understanding. The festival will showcase highly diverse local artists and acts, providing an opportunity for individuals and voluntary and community groups to run stalls, exhibitions and activities.
Safer community 14 Sep 2016
The project will use the funding to purchase and install security cameras, a 24/7 security monitor and lighting for the community allotment, which is used by disabled people and their families, and houses therapy geese, ducks, chicken and cats. This will enable the organisation to increase safety measures following recent break ins to the allotment and will contribute to keeping their beneficiaries and volunteers safe and encourage them to continue to use the facility to reduce their social isolation.
Nature and physical activities project 05 Aug 2015
The school will use the funding to deliver a programme of physical and nature activities before and after school and during lunch time for children who do not engage in education, particularly those with SEN, social and emotional issues. This will support children to increase confidence, social skills and team work.
The school will hold a community fun day, with drumming, circus skills, balloon making, sports, bouncy castle, arts and crafts, a disco and ice creams. This will bring the whole community together in an area that has experienced some unemployment and anti social behaviour.
Health & Wellbeing Berry Hill 22 Jul 2015
The group will use the funding to run health and wellbeing activities for hard to reach children in the community who do not engage in mainstream provision. This will provide activities in the community that have been designed to overcome health and wellbeing issues.