- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 04 Jan 2017
- Latest award date
- 13 Dec 2017
- Total GBP grants
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- Largest GBP award
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BASH: be active stay healthy 08 Feb 2017
The funding will be used to support a group of people with learning disabilities to organise a range of physical and cultural activities that will stimulate their interest and engage them in the community. The project aims to raise their self-belief and increase their wellbeing through engagement in adventurous and positive activities.
We want new computer equipment so that our disabled clients can access online services, particularly welfare/employment information.
The group will offer music workshops and performances for young patients at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital. They will have the opportunity to join in ward-based workshops and live performances, which will have a positive impact on their wellbeing and recovery, and offer a distraction from illness and a calm atmosphere. People will be able to express themselves creatively, enjoy positive experiences and learn new skills.
Mpower Your Skills 04 Jan 2017
The funding will be used to run healthy living activities, art therapy, Maths and English support, employability and volunteer training to people who are socially excluded within the community. The project aims to help people develop skills that will result in improved health and wellbeing.
All the Lonely People - Riverside 19 Apr 2017
The funding will be used to organise and run a programme of weekly activities and a luncheon club for isolated older people in the local area. The project aims to reduce social isolation and increase engagement in the community as well as increase physical health by improving nutrition standards.
The group will run a six month pilot project of youth work sessions, specifically targeted at a group of disaffected young people in the local area. This will offer diversionary activities with the aim of reducing antisocial behaviour and raising aspirations of participants.
The funding will be used to run group drug advice sessions, one to one counselling services and exercise programmes. The project aims to provide help, support and guidance to young people within the community suffering from mental health and drug issues.
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.
Operation Community Aid 21 Jun 2017
The project will renovate the allotments and install raised beds to improve accessibility for people with disabilities, mobility issues and older people. This will provide more people with the opportunity to grow fresh produce for themselves and the community.
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.
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.
Friendship House Computer Course and Classes 09 Aug 2017
The project will purchase IT equipment and provide training sessions for the older people in their supported accommodation. This will increase the IT confidence of older people and reduce their isolation.
Liv/2/1 - Include-IT Mersey 03 Feb 2017
The funding will be used to support 750 people are experiencing digital exclusion in Liverpool city. The project aims to help people aged 18 and above, with a targeted focus on people aged 45 and over as well as others for whom digital inclusion is a key barrier to progression.
The group will stage a temporary community radio broadcast and train people to contribute to the community broadcast. This will provide disadvantaged people with training and development to improve employability and community cohesion.
Hydrotherapy for Parkinsons 11 Apr 2017
The funding will be used to run hydrotherapy sessions for people suffering from Parkinsons. The project aims to provide people with therapeutic and social sessions in order to improve their health and wellbeing.
WASI SU - the Big House 24 May 2017
The funding will be used to run a series of creative workshops and sessions for people in the area. The project aims to provide people with inclusive and fun activities in order to tackle isolation and improve their skills.