- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 14 Sep 1999
- Latest award date
- 22 May 2019
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Grant to St Basils 30 Oct 2014
Towards the cost of an intensive support and employability programme for homeless young people who have complex needs and are amongst the hardest to engage.
An investment in the development and set-up of new business development activities to increase earned income.
Gateway Project 04 Jun 2015
This project will focus on local neighbourhoods who are struggling to access training and employment opportunities for a variety of practical reasons such as lack of crÃ¨che facilities, health problems, lack of basic skills, language barriers and lack of confidence. It will encourage and support project participants in gaining the practical skills and knowledge they need to access other courses, employment or services, and the confidence and experience to use them.
Labour For Change (LFC) 25 Jan 2017
The group will further develop an employment pilot that was delivered in 2014-15 by The Jericho Foundation. The project will be open to anyone over 16 years of age living in Birmingham or surrounding areas who self-identify, or is referred as, a survivor of modern slavery or those at risk. The project aims to offer a range of support to help people re-enter safe work, which is a key component of both rehabilitation and protection from re-trafficking.
Grant to Anawim - Women Working Together 24 Feb 2016
New building in Birmingham to provide temporary residential accommodation and crèche facilities for women on release from prison
The project will help survivors of torture living in West Midlands to overcome psychological and physical trauma, giving them the best chance to rebuild their lives and become healthier and more active members of society. Various issues will be addressed including poverty, access to appropriate accommodation and support services, legal protection and asylum claim issues.
A project to provide support and advice to families across the Midlands with children aged 0-19 with disabilities including long-term medical conditions, physical and/or learning disabilities, behavioural difficulties, rare disorders, life-threatening conditions, sensory impairments, or mental health conditions. The scheme will offer families a range of workshops or drop-in support including coping and managing stress, challenging behaviour, finance, benefits and education.
Let's get Hawkesley Flying 16 Nov 2016
This project will engage young people aged 11-25 and older people aged 50 and over, bringing both groups together to break down barriers in order to help improve the community by creating a local hub. Community-based and community-led activities will be developed to increase social inclusion and reduce fear of anti-social behaviour and levels of crime. A calendar of weekly events, including lunch clubs for older people and youth drop ins, will be introduced to help achieve these goals.
Wellbeing Asset Building 21 Jul 2016
This group will use the funding to provide well-being support locally to help residents improve their mental and physical wellbeing through personal and community friendly lifestyle activities. The project will be delivered by Health Exchange CIC in partnership with Birmingham Mental Health Consortium and Edgbaston Wellbeing Hub. Activities will include well-being workshops and motivational groups.
Salus Fatigue Foundation 16 Jun 2016
This is the continuation and expansion of a project that aims to provide education and support sessions to people living with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Myalgic Encephalomyelitis and Fibromyalgia Syndrome. The project has been expanded to include outreach work, which will see the educational programme delivered through the local support groups. Beneficiaries will learn techniques and approaches to help manage their condition and improve their wellbeing.
WGI stage 2 29 Mar 2016
There has been an increase in demand by local schools for the organisationâ€™s Youâ€™re Cherished courses for young and vulnerable girls. They will now build on their existing work to engage with girls, young women and families within the community. Creative activities will explore topics such as family, friendship, managing emotions and body safety enabling girls to grow in confidence, self-esteem and character, providing a foundation to make positive lifestyle choices and fulfil their true potential.
Women Wellbeing Hub 30 May 2018
This project aims to support women who are isolated, socially excluded, have low self-confidence or mental health problems. Most of these women come from family backgrounds which are heavily patriarchal and are generally excluded from decision making and leadership roles. Activities including language classes, dancing and cycling, will be held as well as a fortnightly tea club where women will teach each other about their different cultures.
Grant to After Adoption 30 Jun 2016
Towards continuation of a project that enables better life choices for women from disadvantaged backgrounds who have a history of repeat child removal by the state.
Grant to Birmingham Open Spaces Forum 18 Feb 2015
Towards core costs to sustain and develop work to enable community management of open spaces in Birmingham, and to take forward the early-stage development of a national body for open spaces fora.
Grant to After Adoption 29 Jan 2014
Towards Break the Cycle, a pilot parental support programme to prevent women in Dudley, Sandwell, Walsall and Wolverhampton, and losing multiple children to adoption.