- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 14 Sep 1999
- Latest award date
- 25 Sep 2019
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Funding under Sport England's Inspired Facilities funding programme for a Capital project titled 'Full Refurbishment of Athletics Track at Fox Hollies LC'. This project lists its main activity as Multi Sports. This funding has contributed towards a Athletics - Athletics (Outdoor)
Moseley Sports Centre Project 12 May 2015
Funding under Sport England's Improvement Fund funding programme for a Capital project titled 'Moseley Sports Centre Project'. This project is a Multi Sports project, with a focus on beneficiaries from a BAME background. This funding has contributed towards a Sports Hall - Sports Hall (Main (4 or more courts))
Funding under Sport England's Improvement Fund funding programme for a Capital project titled 'Kingstanding Wellbeing Centre Improvement of Customer Experi'. This project lists its main activity as Swimming & Diving. This funding has contributed towards a Multi Facility - Swimming Pool (Leisure),Changing Rooms (Traditional)
CSP Funding 2011/15 28 Apr 2011
Funding under Sport England's CSP Funding 2011/2015 funding programme for a Revenue project titled 'CSP Funding 2011/15'. This project lists its main activity as Sport Participation and Capacity Building.
Small Grants - New Participation Partners 16 Mar 2017
Funding under Sport England's Small Grants funding programme for a Revenue project titled 'Small Grants - New Participation Partners'. This project lists its main activity as Multi-Skill Coaching.
Works to enable reopening of Swimming Pool 10 Jul 2017
Funding under Sport England's Community Asset Fund funding programme for a Capital project titled 'Works to enable reopening of Swimming Pool'. This project lists its main activity as Swimming & Diving. This funding has contributed towards a Swimming Pool - Swimming Pool (Leisure)
National #iwill Project 05 Jul 2018
Envision’s ‘Community Apprentice’ project builds young people’s skills and helps them tackle social issues they care about in their local communities. The project will be developed and delivered in partnership with ten Co-operative Academy Trust schools.
A project to provide advice and information to Asylum Seekers and organisations working with them. The project is based in South Birmingham as there is a concentration of Asylum Seekers needing this kind of support. Support includes representing clients at Immigration Appeals Tribunals and giving free awareness raising courses. The grant, over three years, will fund a Project Manager, Caseworker, running expenses and office equipment.
Re-submission: Outreach Information Officer 12 Jan 2005
This UK wide charity represents 9 million deaf and hard of hearing people nationally. This project will provide hearing-impaired people living in Northumberland with information about hearing aids as well as provide advice to people about their rights, local services and welfare benefits available. The 3 year Big Lottery Fund grant will enable the recruitment of a new full time Outreach Information Officer._x000B_
This is a three year social research project that seeks to add to the current body of work on young people and social inclusion. It will define the factors that contribute to successful engagement with young people; show the organisational structures that best promote the empowerment of young people to take on responsibility within those organisations and draw conclusions on the nature of the community benefit of youth volunteering.
Young people are often one of the key priorities for regeneration and social inclusion programmes, however they are often excluded from engaging in the programmes in a meaningful way. Recent studies have found the need to find better ways to engage with young people in community decision-making. In the West Midlands, programmes such as the Birmingham Community Empowerment Network involving Young People's strategy, is seeking to increase the involvement of this priority group in community networks.
Colmers Farm School (Birmingham) 07 Jun 2005
The programme of activities will include Huff and Puff, basketball, dinghy sailing and Hip Hop dance aimed at pupils who lack confidence, children with poor communication skills and low self-esteem, girls with poor attendance records and pupils with behavioural problems. The project aims to provide opportunities for young people aged 8 to 16 to improve their confidence and self esteem and provide skill development opportunities.
The project will offer a range of sporting activities to children aged 5 to 16 to improve their behaviour, confidence and self esteem, and provide leadership opportunities for young people. Pupils with poor co-ordination and social skills, those with health related issues, severe disabilities, behavioural problems and who are underachieving will be targeted to participate in Huff and Puff, dance and skipping, trampolining, martial arts, aerobics, yoga, Gaelic football, gymnastics and boxing activities.
Family Support Service 09 Sep 2005
The project provides counselling and family support service to South Asian families experiencing difficult social behaviour issues that threaten family breakdown. It aims to effect change in their lives to reach their full potential and improve positive parent skills, provide safe homes, stability and promote positve behaviour._x000B_
The project aims to develop mentoring activities to support young people aged 14 to 18 through an integrated programme of one to one mentoring, group work, residentials and positive activity. This will lead to the attainment of accredited Youth Achievement Awards (YAA). _x000B__x000B_The YAA will add a new and tangible outcome to the mentoring project, and will enable the young people to have their achievements officially recognised.
What's your adventure with Saheli? 14 Mar 2007
Young Muslim women will be more independent and confident and have better health through taking part in a range of outdoor activities including cycling, quad-biking, canoeing, and skiing. The project will challenge stereotypical views of participants and address social exclusion.
Apna Community Advice and Resource Centre 09 May 2007
This new project will provide basic, pre-entry level support for a range of issues such as education, training, employment, health, benefits and domestic issues for members of the BME community in East Birmingham.