- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 02 Feb 1998
- Latest award date
- 04 Apr 2019
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
equipment to ensure the safety of dogs, handlers and support crews
Safety First 28 Aug 2016
Pontfaen Young Farmers' Club will use the grant to fund essential training courses and physical fitness classes for up to 18 members. This grant for Â£3,551 will fund training courses, cheerleading classes, and venue hire.
Connecting Communities 12 Nov 2016
Charter Housing Association Limited in Caerphilly will use the grant to hold a series of events to bring communities together to celebrate where they live. This grant for Â£1,750 will fund venue hire, hire of soft play equipment, activity resources, a facilitator, childcare facilities, refreshments, film screening costs and publicity costs.
Senior Citizens Club Winter Break 2016 03 Mar 2016
Llanmadoc & Cheriton Senior Citizens Club will take their members on a five day trip to Llandudno. This grant for Â£4,000 is for transport and accommodation for 25 people.
Ffiliffest 08 Dec 2016
Menter Iaith Sir Caerffili will use the grant to bring people together to celebrate Welsh culture. This grant for Â£1,997 will fund arts and craft workshops, a stage and sound system, band hire and marketing.
Making the most of Old Age 08 May 2016
Gorslas OAP in Carmarthenshire will use the grant to take their members on a series of trips and run an end of year meal to reduce social isolation. This grant for Â£4,460 will fund transport costs, entrance fees and end of year meal.
Community Knock Out 21 Jan 2017
The Rhuddlan Environment Connection Group in Denbighshire will use the grant to hold a family fun day for their community and take 140 adults and children from their community on a trip out to increase socialisation. This grant for Â£4,530 will fund a community event and trip.
Raising Awareness and Supporting Self Referrals 16 Dec 2016
Pontllanfraith Children's Contact Centre in Caerphilly will use the grant to improve their self-referral service, in addition to the legal-referral services they already provide. This grant for Â£4,749 will fund venue hire, additional staff costs, insurance, administration and postage costs, training fees, volunteer expenses, and publicity materials.
Radio Glangwili- Programme Logging 28 Aug 2016
Radio Glangwili in Carmarthen will use the grant to purchase the necessary equipment to continue their hospital broadcasting service. This grant for Â£4,452 will fund radio equipment, software, a laptop, four sets of headphones, and delivery costs.