- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 18 Apr 1991
- Latest award date
- 05 Jun 2019
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Light & Life Coaching - Peer Mentoring 14 Jan 2016
The organisation delivers life coaching, team building and cognitive behavioural therapy to improve mental wellbeing. They are using a Â£9,380 grant to train people in west and north Belfast to become peer mentors to those in their communities.
Stronger Communities - Family Support Centre 16 Dec 2015
The organisation will use the funding to deliver a range of services and activities such as parenting workshops, kids club and an advice line for Eastern European families. This will provide beneficiaries with the support required to settle in a new country, with the aim of reducing stress and isolation and promoting family wellbeing.
Norton Grange Nursery Project 20 Jan 2016
The organisation will use the funding to refurbish their community centre, develop a nursery, create extra space for new activities and enhance security. This improved facilities will help aid the childrenâ€™s development, and enable more community groups to access physical activities, learning and social opportunities to improve their aspirations and wellbeing.
This community group will use funding to set up an advice and support service for people with sickle cell, their carers and families. This will provide beneficiaries with the necessary information and lifestyle advice to manage the condition successfully, with the aim of promoting wellbeing.
Sheffield TimeBank 22 Mar 2016
The organisation will use the funding to promote the Sheffield TimeBank voluntary skills exchange platform across the area to attract participants, as well to deliver outreach workshops specifically targeting disadvantaged communities and BME groups. This will improve community cohesion and combat local issues, including isolation and loneliness of residents, low skills, low rates of volunteering and poor community engagement.
Salaam Radio studio and transmitter equipment 20 Apr 2016
This organisation will use the funding to purchase radio and transmitter equipment to develop the local community radio serving people from the BME community. This will allow the organisation to provide people from newly arrived BME communities to obtain access to local services and facilities and support community cohesion, participation and integration into the wider community.
Science Summer School 27 Apr 2016
The group will use the funding to run a summer science event at the school to inspire and encourage the next generation of scientists and engineers. This will lead to better chances in life and improved chances of finding employment in industries which are in need of recruiting new people.
Newport Celebrates International Womens Day 08 Dec 2016
Newport Live Project will use the grant to hold an event to celebrate International Womenâ€™s Day on 8th March. The project will bring together the people of Newport to celebrate the achievements of inspirational women with the whole community. This grant for Â£2,000 will fund workshop costs, film license, performances, speakerâ€™s expenses, crÃ¨che, marketing and transport for schools.
The group will use the funding to purchase camping equipment. This will enable young people experiencing the effects of emotional and mental health issues to take part in outdoor activities which benefit their life skills and confidence.
Little Disciples Out Of School Club 19 May 2016
Little Disciples Out Of School Club in Flintshire will use the grant to purchase equipment that will allow them to set up an after school club. This grant for Â£4,749 will fund storage cabinets, craft material, TV, DVD player, outdoor/indoor play equipment, first aid kits, stationery, notice boards, a shaded outside area, computer and printer.
Small Steps 26 May 2016
The group promotes community development and good relations in north Belfast and has over 70 affiliated groups. They are using the Â£8,750 to deliver a series of tea dances, lunches and events for 120 senior citizens in north and west Belfast together with pupils from nine local primary schools.
Noor Project 03 Feb 2016
The group will use the funding to provide a range of activity sessions for parents, families and older people from the local community. This will improve community cohesion.
Mind The Gap 25 May 2016
This organisation will use the funding to run a six week course for women who have experienced violence in their homes. This will enable the organisation to target people recovering from the effects of domestic abuse and provide confidence and self-esteem.
Longhope Youth Project 18 May 2016
This is a project by a community organisation in Longhope, Gloucestershire. The group will use the funding to run activity and learning sessions for young people who are rurally isolated. This will provide the beneficiaries social skills and reduce isolation.
Valleys Golf Enterprise Ltd in Rhondda Cynon Taf will use the grant to run programmes to improve the movement and flexibility of people over 50, increasing wellbeing, and reducing social isolation. This grant for Â£4,672 will fund the hire of golf balls, coaching fees, refreshments, marketing and equipment.
The Plymouth Autism Audit 11 May 2016
The group will use the funding to stage an intergenerational conference and create focus groups looking at best practise in supporting people on the autism spectrum in health, social care, education, training and employment. This will enable people living with autism to shape the services relevant to them.
Creative Kitchen Scheme 01 Jun 2016
This organisation will use the funding to run a range of activities based around nutrition and healthy eating, particularly targeting children and young people. This will enable the organisation to provide better education in food and encourage healthier lifestyles.
Relaunch! 04 May 2016
The organisation will use the funding to conduct a rebranding exercise and simplify their telephone system. This will raise awareness of the organisation and the services they provide, including those for community groups and older people, with the aim of developing community activities and reducing isolation in their rural area.
The Twits workshops and performances. 26 Jul 2016
Project Summary : Avant in Rhondda Cynon Taff will use the grant to provide activities and performances based on the Twits by Roald Dahl as part of the Garth Olwg Centreâ€™s celebration of improvements in literacy of people in the area. This grant for Â£2,000 will fund workshop leaders, a project leader and volunteer expenses.