- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 01 Jan 2016
- Latest award date
- 22 Dec 2016
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Carers Personalised Exercise Training Project 16 Nov 2016
This project will use the funding to deliver a programme of bespoke exercise activities that will focus on carers who are experiencing the effects of ill health and social isolation. This will improve the wellbeing of difficult to reach people.
Connect For A Day 10 Feb 2016
The organisation will use the funding to set up and run peer support groups for people suffering from aphasia. This will enable the organisation to provide sessions across the country to bring people with the condition together and reduce social isolation.
The Lodge Community Hub 03 Aug 2016
The group will use the funding to create a community training hub that will support the needs of people with disabilities. This will enhance the way in which this organisation supports its beneficiaries through creating pathways to employment.
The Culloden Parents Vocational Skills Project 27 Jan 2016
The group will use the funding to provide English language and dress making classes for parents from the local Bangladeshi community. This will enable beneficiaries to improve their English and learn vocational skills therefore improving their employability prospects.
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.
WGI stage 2 22 Mar 2016
The project is aimed at sustaining the tailored support for victims of domestic abuse with complex needs such as drug and alcohol dependencies, mental health problems. The organisation will recruit outreach workers who will develop partnerships with local stakeholders; work with schools and other organisations on healthy and safe relationships; co-ordinate activities and workshops with young girls at local youth clubs; provide support through tailored one to one sessions; provide peer support opportunities.
A volunteer project to improve mental and physical well-being for Asian and people of wider ethnic minority backgrounds. It will include activities for older people, such as healthy lunches, companionship and stimulating activities. It will provide cultural activities for children and young people and increase access to learning and education. It will also provide yoga, art and crafts, and well being sessions covering diet and medical conditions.
Climbing the Andes at Parkwood 21 Jul 2016
The school will use the funding to install play equipment and a safety surface in the school grounds. This will enable beneficiaries to take part in active outdoor play, leading to improved physical health and wellbeing.
Melody and Harmony 06 Jan 2016
The group will use the funding to provide a programme of music and singing therapy sessions for people living with ill mental health. This will provide an enjoyable activity that is designed to increase overall health and wellbeing.
St Francis Family Centre 19 Oct 2016
This project will provide pre-school education for disadvantaged two year olds in Tower Hamlets. The project will work closely with parents and involve them in the planning and delivery of nursery activities. Another aspect will be working with parents to improve their confidence and self-esteem and enhance their parenting skills. The project will work with other organisations, ensuring they reach out to the most vulnerable families.
Hounslow Older People's Festival 2016 27 Jan 2016
The group will use the funding to deliver an older people's festival providing events, workshops and activities to promote good health, physical and mental wellbeing. This will help to support a healthier and more active community.
The group will use the funding to deliver drama based workshops for young refugees in the local area. This will use the arts as a vehicle to engage local people in positive social activities.
The group will use the funding to create four community events focusing on subjects relevant to their local community. This will improve community cohesion and promote greater understanding around female genital mutilation, disability, immigration and literacy.
Asian Community Project 19 Dec 2016
This project will use funding to deliver fitness sessions for people over 50 who find it difficult to get involved in exercise. This will encourage those taking part to adopt healthier lifestyles and improve their levels of fitness.
Supporting the London Autistic Family 30 Nov 2016
The group aims to further develop its Resources for Autism project by delivering practical services for children and adults with autism in boroughs across Greater London, reducing their isolation and stress as well as that of their family or carers. The project will bring together activities which were once separate (children, adults, parents), removing the silo working. It aims to encourage social interaction, develop life skills, and build confidence and self-esteem.
Fit for Life 23 Mar 2016
The group will use the funding to purchase outdoor physical exercise equipment to be used for extracurricular activities. This will improve the physical health of children in the school and promote a healthy life style.
Harvest Stomp 2016 15 Sep 2016
The organisation will use the funding to hold a community event in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park as part of the Urban Food Fortnight. This will enable the organisation to bring people together, including new and old residents, to celebrate community, volunteering and local food growing.
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.
Dynamic Families â€“ Building Resilience 16 Jun 2016
Struggling parents on low incomes with young families with at least one child under five will be supported through local trained volunteers who have parenting experience. Volunteers may include parents recruited from this or the previous project. A project co-ordinator will visit every family to make an assessment of their needs. They will then match each family with a volunteer or volunteer therapist and monitor using Home-Startâ€™s MESH reporting system.