- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 19 Apr 2004
- Latest award date
- 16 Jul 2019
- Total GBP grants
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- Largest GBP award
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Community-Apprentice - the Health Challenge 05 Jul 2018
Envision will deliver ‘Community-Apprentice – The Health Challenge’ in schools in Birmingham, where they will harness the 70th anniversary of the NHS to improve young people’s health and wellbeing through peer-led youth social action.
over two years as continuation funding towards salaries and running costs at a hub for refugee community organisations and the wider community in Birmingham
St Mary's Moseley Churchyard Access and Heritage Project
A project to offer information, advice and support to Refugees and Asylum Seekers in Kings Heath and the surrounding area. The project will provide support in a range of issues including immigration, housing, welfare, education, health care, employment and training. These services will help Refugees and Asylum Seekers access services appropriate for their needs, which in turn will reduce social isolation and distress.
This project in Ladywood, Birmingham will see a new multi-use games, sport and adventure area. It will offer activities both inside and outside the curriculum including football, basketball, tennis, tag rugby, cricket, athletics and orienteering. Beneficiaries will include 200 of the school's own pupils, 35 parents and 125 other school users from a range of faiths and cultures.
This project will be able to continue providing low cost pre and post school care for school age children up to 12 years and nursery provision for children up to 3 years owing to its lottery grant. This will enable parents to access opportunities for support and training at the organisations premises. _x000B_
Funding will enable families who have children with disabilities to have a central point of contact who can liase between the services and professionals who work with young children. This service will be provided at diagnosis, during assessment and prior to entry at school.
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.
A Sporting Life 26 Jun 2009
Funding under Sport England's Community Programme funding programme for a Revenue project titled 'A Sporting Life'. This project lists its main activity as Association Football.
Streetly Tennis Club Improvement Scheme 08 Aug 2012
Funding under Sport England's Inspired Facilities funding programme for a Capital project titled 'Streetly Tennis Club Improvement Scheme'. This project lists its main activity as Lawn Tennis. This funding has contributed towards a Multi Facility - Tennis (Outdoor),FloodLights (Floodlights)