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- Earliest award date
- 05 May 2017
- Latest award date
- 18 Dec 2018
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National Youth Advocacy Service provides advocacy & volunteer independent visiting for children & young people in care in Cheshire. This project aims to improve the physical and emotional well-being of vulnerable children and young people. The grant will be used to fund positive activities for isolated children in care, to improve their confidence, well-being, resilience, skills and placement stability of the children and young people taking part.
A Moment of Reflection 06 Dec 2018
Maggie's Merseyside exists to support anyone affected by cancer, at any stage of their experience. A moment of reflection is a community focused carol concert bringing together people from all walks of life facing similar life changing experiences of living with cancer. The grant will fund venue hire costs of Christ Church, Bebington, Wirral. Program printing, entertainment and refreshments. A moment of reflection will provide an opportunity for people to meet others affected by cancer, share stories, poems and songs for many reasons.Including remembering a loved one or in celebration of beating cancer or coming to the end of treatment. Cancer can affect people physically and emotionally and can also impact friends and family. A moment of reflection will allow family members to support a loved one in a safe space and share a social aspect without the stigma a cancer diagnosis can bring.
Living with less stress courses 30 Nov 2017
Maggie's at Clatterbridge runs a six week course called 'Living with Less Stress' six times a year as part of it's programme of emotional, practical and social support for people affected by cancer. The course aims to equip visitors who are struggling most acutely with stress management strategies and allow them to manage triggers and emotional responses, so they do not become overwhelming. The grant funding would allow us to run this course for people across Cheshire for a course for a whole year, with six courses with up to 20 people on each course. The course will have a significant impact on our Centre visitors, with 100% of participants on the last course rating it as 'Very useful'. Comments from the last course included "I found the course inspirational. I feel like I am able to look forward to the future with a really positive outlook.". By equipping Centre visitors with the tools to manage stress going forward, the organisation ensure that the project has a long term impact beyond the six week course and give people hope beyond their cancer diagnosis.
Cheshire Classroom equipment 30 Nov 2017
Stick 'n' Step provides Conductive Education to children and young people with cerebral palsy. Conductive Education improves the mobility, speech and confidence of the children we are working with, and our ultimate aim is for them to be able to lead a more independent life. The grant will allow the group to purchase essential equipment to enable us to provide Conductive Education to children with cerebral palsy. at the new Cheshire centre. By using this equipment, children who are struggling with their mobility will be able to undertake a range of exercises that will help them to improve their standing, crawling, sitting, and walking. and also impact on their confidence and independence which in turn has a positive impact on other family members. The grant will enable the group to purchase an Easi Lift changing bench, sensory equipment (3 x Big Mack switches) 1 x small height stool 2 x wheely stools for the Runcorn centre.
Development Fencing Programme 18 Dec 2018
Implementation of a fencing programme for all students within the school allowing a full range of abilities to take part. Students will take part in a 10 week programme that will develop a range of transferable and cross-curricular skills. A grant will pay for staffing, equipment, transport and training.
Annual Awards for Excellence 05 May 2017
This small grant was awarded to Claire House Hospice in recognition of outstanding end of grant monitoring at the CCF annual awards event
Poverty Proofing 18 Dec 2018
Woodchurch High School Church of England Academy is an 11-16 comprehensive school, set in an area of high social deprivation. The project is aimed at removing barriers to learning and success, through poverty-proofing the 20% of children 'above' those identified as Pupil Premium, for whom the school already receives funding. It will provide a range of activities, including subject master classes in English and Mathematics, a Saturday College, music tuition, craft and social clubs and an 'Activ8' summer holiday club. These activities will re-engage pupils in learning and activities within the school environment and seek to eliminate the unintentional stigmatising of children living in poverty, who are not able to access the full range of opportunities that promote a full, balanced and broad education. A grant will pay for staffing, materials and resources, and food.