- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 03 Mar 1997
- Latest award date
- 28 Aug 2019
- Total GBP grants
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Postnatal Wellbeing Project 20 Apr 2016
The group will use the funding to deliver a post-natal wellbeing project for families in the local area who have members who are living with mental health issues. This will help prevent postnatal depression and lead to healthier lifestyles.
Face2Face North West 29 Sep 2015
The project will support the parents of disabled children across West Lancashire, Cheshire and Merseyside, and include a befriending service to give emotional support and practical advice, including professional guidance to help parents identify and solve factors that prevent their disabled children from sleeping. The project aims to provide practical, local social and healthcare support to help parents to become emotionally resilient and transform the lives of the whole family.
This is a UK-wide project to expand the groupâ€™s work looking at effective interventions for women at risk of offending. It will develop and share evidence to reduce the number of women sent to prison and look at alternatives to custody to help those at risk of offending address issues such as domestic violence, debt and addiction. It brings together experts across the criminal justice sector, government, local and national partners to roll out early intervention, police diversion and community sentencing.
The Loop @ Andover - Social Action 06 Jul 2016
The group will use the funding to establish a recycling project to promote good environmental practices and use this as a means to develop better inter-generational and inter-cultural engagement. This will build build community cohesion and reduce isolation.
Never Late 2B Online 15 Apr 2015
The group will use the funding to provide a free computer learning project to people over the age of fifty. This will empower older people to use online services and develop their self-esteem.
IBA's 35-Year Celebration Event 05 Dec 2016
This project will hold an event marking the 35th anniversary of the Islington Bangladesh Association (IBA) and its work with Bangladeshi and black minority ethnic (BME) communities. This will bring together residents of the diverse area to celebrate its rich cultures and showcase past work. There will be a photographic exhibition as well as presentations and talks from past and present service users, volunteers and agencies who have been involved with the groupâ€™s work.
This three month grant will support the development of a social impact bond (SIB) to cut gang-related street violence, with a focus on the high prevalence areas of Birmingham, Wolverhampton and Sandwell, and Coventry. The grant will fund consultation with gang members, legal support, an assessment of potential savings and other technical support. The SIB will be commissioned by West Midlands Police Authority.
Sunnyside Pond Refurbishment 24 Aug 2016
The group will use the funding to refurbish the pond in their community garden, improve access to the site and install security measures. This will improve the environment in the pond for wildlife, as well as ensure the site meets health and safety regulations and can be accessed by the entire community.
Hearth 28 Oct 2015
This project will use the funding to provide home based therapy sessions for elderly Irish people. This will improve beneficiaryâ€™s mental health, increasing their ability to self care and give them the confidence to re-engage with the community.
Aged to Perfection 13 Jul 2016
The group will use the funding to provide support for people who are living with HIV. This will promote healthier lifestyles as well as physical, emotional and social wellbeing.
Women Know Best 02 Dec 2015
This is the development of a project for women living with HIV (WLHIV) who are pregnant or looking to become pregnant.The project will build on established interventions to move women from a new HIV diagnosis and critical need to independent self-management. It will take a holistic approach, integrating HIV, maternal health, mental health, sex and relationships, gender based violence (GBV) and patient involvement to influence approaches to care, screening and self-management.
Bright Beginnings 10 Feb 2016
This is a new project which aims to improve the health and well-being of pregnant women, new mothers and families from refugee and migrant backgrounds in Islington and neighbouring London Boroughs.
The Reading Well Challenge 15 Sep 2015
The funding will be used to develop proposals for a reading scheme for older people, including those with dementia and carers, and those concerned about symptoms. The project will test different incentives and approaches, like groups, author events and book gifting. It will focus on supporting vulnerable people at risk of isolation through reading with friends, family and community networks, and be delivered with the support of the Society of Chief Librarians, with plans to expand across the UK.
This project will support deafblind adults and other people with disabilities in livelihoods skills to increase their levels of income and participation in their communities. They will also explore a number of new activities to address barriers that deafblind people experience when attempting to improve their economic status. Activities include larger scale testing of the new vocational syllabus for deafblind people and the development and dissemination of a new standardised tactile sign language method.
SWAN UK (syndromes without a name) England 13 Jul 2016
The aim of this England wide development project is to provide support for 3,500 families with children who have undiagnosed genetic conditions. Most of these children have physical and/or learning disabilities and many have severe and complex medical needs with as many as 50 per cent of children having genetic tests through the NHS not receiving a definite diagnosis for their condition.
Strengthening Foundations 10 Aug 2016
Continuation of an existing project for children, teenagers, adults and families living with and affected by HIV. It aims to counteract the devastation of an HIV+ diagnosis with strategies to reduce isolation and stress, improve health and wellbeing, promote active lives and create a voice. People can self-refer or be referred by a caseworker or external health professional.