- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 27 Apr 2004
- Latest award date
- 24 Jun 2019
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Volunteering, Employment and Training Project 21 Mar 2012
The project will support people with learning diabilities to have paid work and voluntary opportunities, and provide access to health related information. It will offer a time bank for both disabled and non-disabled people to assit people with learning disabilities. The credits gained can be traded in for training opportunities.
National Youth Advocacy Service provides advocacy & volunteer independent visiting for children & young people in care in Cheshire. This project aims to improve the physical and emotional well-being of vulnerable children and young people. The grant will be used to fund positive activities for isolated children in care, to improve their confidence, well-being, resilience, skills and placement stability of the children and young people taking part.
Speaking Out 26 Aug 2010
This disability group in Bebington, Wirral, will use funding to install an automated push button door in its premises and deliver disability awareness training to public and private sector organisations. This will enable people to better understand issues faced by people with disabilities and address legislation affecting disabled people.
Hayfield Inclusive Access Project 17 Nov 2008
This school will use an award to train young people and adults in relevant skills so they will be able mentor and support children and young people in out of school activities. This will improve the skills of the volunteers and allow them to provide activities for young people within the community.
Enrichment Programme-Disabled People 16 May 2019
The funding will be used to run activities and sessions for physically disabled young people some who may have learning difficulties. The project aims to support physical and mental health, wellbeing of young people.
Meeting place for young people 24 Apr 2006
The project is to provide a meeting place for young people. The money is for a steel container and materials.
Activity holiday for young people 14 Aug 2006
The project is a short adventure holiday for young people. The money is for travel and accommodation and cost of activities.
summer activities for young people at risk 11 May 2005
Towards outdoor activities, workshops, creative arts opportunities for young people at risk of offending and those on the Intensive Supervision and Surveillance Programme.
A Responsive Communication Service for Autistic People in Carmarthensh
Government In Action Conference 15 Aug 2006
The project is to enable people with learning disabilities to engage in the democratic process. The money is for workshop facilitators and materials.
Carmarthenshire People First 31 Jan 2008
The project is to support people who have learning disabilities to have paid work, work experience placements or voluntary work in Carmarthen. The project will provide increased opportunity for people with learning disabilities to develop their skills, gain confidence and self esteem and dispel some of the myths about the ability of individuals who have learning disabilities. It will also provide alternative opportunities from the day centres for meaningful activities during the day.
(ITV Wales) Growing Green Teens 28 Nov 2013
The Carmarthen Youth Project (CYP) will run the Â‘Growing Green TeensÂ’ project to teach young people how to grow and develop an allotment. Crops grown on the allotment will be brought back to the youth centre where older volunteers will be able to teach the methods of growing and selling food to the young people. The project will improve the lives of people in the community by introducing disadvantaged young people to a positive project that will help them to live physically and mentally healthy lives.
Grant to CYMDEITHAS TAI CANTREF 01 Feb 2014
This project will provide a healthy living programme of activities speakers and equipment for young people living in supported housing. The young people will increase their life skills be able to lo live healthier and be more resilient.