- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 13 Jul 1999
- Latest award date
- 24 Jun 2019
- Total GBP grants
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- Largest GBP award
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Shared Lives: Reaching More Vulnerable People 30 Nov 2016
This project aims to increase the availability of Shared Lives schemes for vulnerable people in Scotland, particularly people with learning disabilities and older people, including people with dementia. This innovative approach will enable more people to live well in the community.
Billy Fun Bus 08 Aug 2013
This is a project by a voluntary organisation in Liverpool. The organisation will use the funding to run activities for children and young people, NEET's and older people from a converted bus. This will provide play and recreation activities for the young people and their families, advice and guidance on internet use and IT skills for people on benefits and are NEET and other recreation activities for older people in a safe environment.
The project will provide a unique opportunity for socially isolated young deaf people aged 11-19 to meet other deaf young people, however their siblings and children of deaf parents will also benefit. I regular programme of activities will be developed based on what the young people say they would like to do. Information and workshops will be available to the young people on the range of issues important to all young people, but to which their deafness normally proves a barrier.
Peace Out 18 Oct 2017
The funding will be used to offer young people the opportunity to write and make a short film about racism, religion and unrest between young people in different cultures which will be toured across educational establishments and youth centres. The project aims to improve people’s understanding of issues in order to prevent problems experienced by young people from escalating.
towards three years' running costs, including salaries, of an organisation that provides advice, support and information to disabled people in Liverpool
Music & Technology For Young People 11 Apr 2013
This is a project by an incorporated charity in Norris Green, Liverpool. The organisation will use the funding to create a music hub for young people. This will help young people gain qualifications, reduce anti-social behaviour and help young people to gain self confidence and self esteem through creative activities and one-to-one support sessions.
The project will see the development of carnival arts workshops (dance, music and costume making) delivered for a diverse range of young people's groups from educational, cultural and community organisations. The project culminates in an annual carnival in which all of the young people participate in some way and allows the fruit of the young peoples activities to be exhibited to a wider audience.
Digitally Ageing 24 May 2017
The funding will be used to recruit and train older people as ‘digital ambassadors’ as well as workshop leaders who will run peer led training for older people in residential care older people. The project aims to reduce loneliness by allowing older people to access services online and maintain communication with friends and family.
A4A - DigiHub 08 Jul 2015
The funding will be used to purchase IT equipment and run digital skills workshops for local people, especially older people and people with disabilities. This will help people use computers and the internet to combat social isolation and improve independence.
The trust will involve young people identified by Merseyside Police as being at risk of exploitation. Through running a creative media project, young people will improve their self-esteem and produce an end product that can be used to help other young people at risk of exploitation.
VE Workshops 01 Jul 2005
Merseyside Play Action Council have been awarded a grant to enable older people to share their experiences of the Second World War with young people. Workshops will look at how people used limited resources to create food and crafts. Visits to World War Two museums will also enable people to learn more about the war. A group of young people will also visit Colomendy, which was used by evacuees during the Second World War. People who actually experienced this will be there to tell their stories.
Community Counts 28 Nov 2013
Community Counts will bring young and old generations together in the Norris Green ward of Liverpool. Young people will develop and host events for older people to help reduce social isolation. The project will include activities such as afternoon tea parties and Scouse Suppers which will include a performance by the young people involved.
Billy Fun Bus 09 Sep 2015
The organisation will use the funding to continue to run activities for children and young people, NEET's and older people from a converted bus. This will provide play and recreation activities for the young people and their families, advice and guidance on internet use and IT skills for people on benefits and are NEET and other recreation activities for older people in a safe environment.
Supporting vulnerable people in the community 21 Mar 2018
This group will use the funding to run a community law advice centre, providing legal advice to disadvantaged people in the community, especially sick and disabled people. They specialise in dealing with benefit claims, including Employment and Support Allowance, and Personal Independence Payments, debt, and utilities. The project will now open for a further day per week.
Ultra Violet Kiss 24 May 2004
This award will be used by Feeling Good Theatre to perform and educate young people in the area of Liverpool. The performance will educate young people in the dangers of excessive sunbed use. The young people will also have the opportunity to take part in workshops where they will be able to express themselves and work as individuals and as part of a group developing their communication skills, and take responsibility for their own health.
Development of MG/1/010006404 06 Jan 2005
The project will continue to support people with learning disabilities into sustainable paid employment, provide training in basic work skills, independent travel, training, advice and information to families and carers. The project will improve the independence of people with learning disabilities, increase their income and improve their opportunities for gaining employment. It will also provide parents and carers with respite from caring duties.
The project will improve the living conditions of people in the Kensington area of Liverpool, predominantly older people. It will provide access to a range of services relating to fuel poverty, benefits advice and having warm, damp free and safe homes.
This charity in Liverpool will use funding to create new activity clubs such as dancing, arts and crafts and armchair exercises to benefit older people from the Jewish community. This will enable the group to reduce isolation and amongst the older people of the community.
yourLABEL 10 Feb 2011
This is project by an incorporated charity in Liverpool. The group will use the funding to train young people in graphic design, music technology and advertising in order to provide skills and to deter them from anti social behaviour. This will give young people skills to help them in further employment and provide activities to prevent young people taking part in anti social behaviour.