- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 12 Dec 2007
- Latest award date
- 20 Dec 2018
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Triple A 07 Oct 2016
Sutton Coldfield YMCA aims to deliver outreach activities and interventions to young people aged 10-19 years old living in North Birmingham through this project. Activities will help build youth aspirations and ambitions, giving them skills and confidence to achieve goals. Those involved will play a role in staff recruitment, the shaping of activities and project content. They will also be actively encouraged to become volunteers and peer mentors, participate in leadership roles and engage in events.
Grant to Sutton Coldfield YMCA 09 Nov 2016
The charity is delivering a programme of support that enables adults with learning disabilities to access the skills and support necessary to facilitate them moving out of their home or residential facility and into independent living.
Grant to Sutton Coldfield YMCA 16 Oct 2018
Birmingham charity will appointed a Support Worker to provide a package of intensive one-to-one support to Young Care Leavers accessing their hostel accommodation,to help address the complex issues they face during their transition to independent living
Grant to YMCA Sutton Coldfield 13 Mar 2014
towards three years' running costs of 'Stepping Up', a personal development and life skills programme for young adults with disabilities in the West Midlands
Co-design offer 20 Dec 2018
Consulting with young people to develop their understanding of youth loneliness, then co-designing a "digital hero" campaign to raise awareness of young carers' loneliness.
Release 05 May 2011
'Release' is a three year project led by Sutton Coldfield YMCA that will reach out to young carers who feel isolated. Youth workers will provide much-needed support via home visits, activities and support groups to help develop a quality standard to ensure schools can also provide inclusive support to young carers. Volunteers who have been young carers themselves will act as mentors and other volunteers will provide weekly respite support.