- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 20 Apr 2004
- Latest award date
- 22 May 2019
- Total GBP grants
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- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
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A project to provide information, advocacy and support to meet the needs of older people and their carers, people with disabilities, unemployed and disadvantaged people of all ages. The project, over two years, will fully fund the recruitment and salaries of a Project Manager and Administrative Worker, general running costs, rent and travel.
Community Centre Project 26 Jan 2006
A project to continue to provide access to social and recreational activities for people of all ages in the Erdington and Boldmere area of Birmingham. This project will fund the on-going running costs of the Carpenter's Arms community centre and will provide extra access for disadvantaged people, such as older people, young people and disabled people, therefore reducing social isolation.
The project will use the funding to train volunteers and provide them with support to enable them to advise local people who are on a low income of their employment rights. This will support the needs and rights of beneficiaries through training volunteers to provide this service.
Digify 10 May 2018
This funding will provide work experience for people who are unemployed and involve them in teaching older people internet skills. This will bring people together across the community and to help young people towards employment.
Helping People to Help Themselves 14 Mar 2018
This group will provide support to people who wish to pursue an employment tribunal claim. This will be done through online resource and face to face support and will give people the confidence to represent themselves.
The Sunshine Project 22 Aug 2006
A project to provide support on health and social issues, educational and learning opportunities to older people in the Small Heath area of Birmingham. In addition the project will help older people keep links with the community by allowing them to do volunteer work, mentor young people and undertake home visits to housebound older people.
Spokz People Funded Outreach programme 04 May 2016
The group will use the funding to deliver free counselling to people living with low incomes and disabilities. This will enable the group to support people that would not otherwise be able to afford this type of therapy leading to improved health and wellbeing.
Multi Media Skills and training for young people 01 Jun 2005
A project mainly for young people aged 11-18, and young people aged 18-25, in the Nechells area of Birmingham. The project has been developed through consultation with young people and will provide opportunities for young people to develop and participate in activities using different media including photography, film, digital music and DJ-ing. Through the project the young people will develop skills in the creative arts and project management, leading to improved training and employment opportunities.