- Total grants
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- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 02 Jan 2018
- Latest award date
- 31 Dec 2018
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Reach Out 29 Nov 2018
Young people from more disadvantaged backgrounds will work across Wales to tackle loneliness through youth social action and support to embed learning into national decision making.
Grant to Hope Church (Newtown) 16 Feb 2018
towards the remaining construction and internal finishing work on a new building for an organisation supporting vulnerable people an and around Newtown, Powys
Grant to Bedford Street Community Company Ltd 15 Mar 2018
over two years as continuation funding towards core salaries at a community support organisation in Rhyl, North Wales
over three years towards the pathway co-ordinator's salary, to support a mental health drop-in service in Powys
Core funding 07 Mar 2018
Advice and information, training, group support, recreational activities and social activities for isolated disadvantaged families.
Grant funding to support phase 2 of the 'Sea our Future' project to renovate a former boat club into a multi-purpose community premises for the Cardigan Bay Fishermen's Association, local fishermen and the wider community.
Designing Virtual Youth Work: Young Voices Work 26 Feb 2018
ProMo-Cymru specialises in using digital technology to build positive change with young people their families and their communities. Through this grant, it will research, develop, and share a comprehensive model for digital youth work across its networks in Wales and throughout the UK.
This grant will provide additional support to Sherman Cymru as part of Paul Hamlyn Clubs.
Developing the Sherman 5 programme 17 Dec 2018
Through this grant, Sherman Theatre aims to increase the social impact of the Sherman 5 audience development programme, created with support from a Paul Hamlyn Club Award. Over the next four years, the theatre will develop an enhanced community volunteer programme, supported by greater partnership working and use of Time Credits.
Bywyd 14 Dec 2018
The project aims to encourage students to learn about techniques to develop a healthy mind and body, to respect the environment and to develop a perspective of 'the bigger picture' i.e. see the value of school subjects in real life scenarios and the connection they have with the environment. The project will run Wrexham football club numeracy and coaching sessions, a local gym will train students how to be 'young PT instructors', a teacher will gain a spin bike instructor qualification, music & art for health sessions after school, students will attend farm visits and Llysfasi College. It is easy to assume that in modern times children should have a good awareness of how to be fit and healthy. However, some children have limited life experiences and limited awareness of where their food comes from, they don't realise the impact of their food choices. These days, indoor time is substantially dominated by technology and physical inactivity. The close links between depression, obesity, stress, and anxiety indicate there is likely to be a high cost to mental health if the current generation does not change its indoor lifestyle. By visiting local farms, children can learn about different professions, ideas, and opportunities. The increase of community interaction can help motivate students to learn more about food production and food safety, it would give them an appreciation of buying locally grown produce and reducing their reliance on plastic packaging. By engaging in clubs aimed at improving physical and mental health children will develop good lifestyle habits and reduce their time spent indoors. The grant will be used to pay for staff costs, volunteer costs, qualifications, room hire, materials and transport.
Supporting Vulnerable Learners at Playtime 18 Dec 2018
The Maelor School will equip and run a lunchtime club aimed at boosting the confidence of pupils who do not usually socialise with their peers. Staffed by supportive adults trained in both mental health and pastoral care the club will provide a much needed space for those who find interaction difficult or who feel vulnerable. Through play we will aim to develop confidence and provide an available space for pastoral support. A grant will pay for staffing, equipment and resources.
This project will create a Health and Wellbeing suite. By utilising the space previously used as a gymnasium in a more contemporary way we will be able to provide extra-curricular activities that are more likely to be accessed by the current generation of young people, with equipment that will enthuse, engage and inspire our learners to want to attend pre-school, lunchtime or after school sessions. It is these sessions, without the necessary structure of physical activity lessons, that we anticipate our more vulnerable, withdrawn or diffident learners will improve their physical and mental wellbeing, confidence, interactions with other learners, sense of belonging and resilience. A grant will pay for training, staffing and equipment.
Duke of Edinburgh Argoed Offer 18 Dec 2018
The school plans to reinvigorate the Duke of Edinburgh offer to include bronze and silver awards. Bronze award will be open to 14-15 year olds and Silver award will be open to 15-16 year olds. All awards would include the 4 sections required by the programme, Volunteering, Physical, Skills and Expedition. The Duke of Edinburgh scheme provides additional skills and attitudes for our young people that they need to help them develop as rounded, confident young adults. It will address issues facing young people today include mental health, self belief, self confidence and physical activity. The grant will pay for staff, kit and equipment and accreditation fees for less well off pupils.