- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 18 Apr 1991
- Latest award date
- 05 Jul 2019
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Towards the core costs of a targeted take up campaign to ensure that visually impaired people are claiming, where eligible, Disability Living Allowance and/or Attendance Allowance.
Towards the costs of employing family support worker(s) to give specialist support and care to people with neurofibromatosis in Leeds and Newcastle.
To establish a multi-purpose centre for use as an office, information point, meeting place, and social and activities venue.
To purchase six lightwriter communication aids and three scanner units to add to the bank of equipment at the northern equipment loan depot in Bradford.
Towards the running of the North East embassy of young deaf volunteers.
Towards a programme of building and refurbishment for disabled residents at Hartland House in Cumbria.
To fund a disability rights adviser(s) to work in the Castle Morpeth Borough area.
Towards the continuing employment of a full-time link worker to enable people with mental health problems to access local community resources.
Grant awarded to British Limbless Ex-Servicemens' Association - Tyneside (Northumberland) 10 Mar 1998
Towards the core costs of the branch.
Towards a summer playscheme for 30 children with special needs between the ages of 12 - 19 years, in Newcastle.
To distribute regular information newsletters to members and to establish a new support group in Northumberland.
To fund 'Time-Out' - a programme of arts activities for adults with special needs and their carers.
To purchase hand tools and non-reusable materials for a furniture restoration workshop employing people with hearing impairment and other disabilities.
To appoint an access officer for the North of England to advise on making buildings accessible to people with visual impairment.
To fund a project providing respite support to carers.
To develop and support three new leisure groups for people with learning disabilities.
To fund the post of the parent partnership project co-ordinator to offer independent advice, advocacy and support.
Funding for the provision of sensory pathways, an outdoor classroom and NVQ accreditation.
Towards the core costs of a friendship club for 30 people with learning disabilities.