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Lightbulb 22 Feb 2018

"Lightbulb" is a project that seeks to assist elderly, disabled or isolated people with a helping hand to perform practical tasks that they find difficult to perform themselves. Funding was provided to enable the group to develop their work into Moulsecoomb and Bevendean and will be used to cover project expenses.

55th Brighton Scout Group (Moulsecoomb) 22 Feb 2018

The 55th Brighton Scout Group is based in North Moulsecoomb. Funding was provided towards the hire cost of their hall.

After School Adventurers - Fernee forest club 11 Jun 2018

Fernee forest club sessions link to the seasons and gently encourage learning about nature through having fun, inspiring curiosity and practical activities. Funding was provided to support after school forest club sessions for families in Bevendean.

Amount: £500
Funder: Sussex Community Foundation
Recipient: Fernee forest club

Summer Outing for East Brighton parent carers and their families. 17 Jul 2017

Amaze provides information, advice and support to families of children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). The Sunflower Group is part of the AMAZE organisation and run monthly coffee mornings to serve the local community of Moulsecoomb and Whitehawk. Funding was provided for a summer outing for parent carers and their families.

Amount: £500
Funder: Sussex Community Foundation
Recipient: AMAZE

Speak Out East 12 Oct 2017

Brighton & Hove Speak Out supports adults with learning disabilities to speak up and be heard about the things that matter to them. Funding was provided to support activities and workshops at the Drop-In from Christmas through to Summer 2018.

Grant to East Brighton Bygones Local History Society 22 Feb 2018

The East Brighton Bygones Local History Society aim to foster a wider interest in the local history of Brighton and Hove. Funding was provided to support the costs of running the group, including speakers and trips out.

Metamorphosis Art Group - art and yoga sessions 17 Jul 2017

Metamorphosis is a small, volunteer-run, art community group in Moulescoomb, based at St Francis church hall providing regular weekly sessions. Most members are elderly. Some activities are 'drop in', allowing people to bring in their own projects or use group materials. They run outings to art exhibitions, local park sketching with picnics, run art tutorials and yoga classes, plus other activities which enable socialising. Funding was provided towards running costs.

Amount: £500
Funder: Sussex Community Foundation
Recipient: Metamorphosis

Grant to Rye Museum Association 20 Nov 2017

Rye Castle Museum exists to provide access to an Ancient monument and a collection of artefacts that reflect the history of the town of Rye. Funding was provided for a new digital projector and some hands-on items to add to the smugglers display in the Castle.

Amount: £751
Funder: Sussex Community Foundation
Recipient: Rye Museum Association

Restarting the Lunch Club from the Bridge 11 Jun 2018

This project is run Moulsecoomb lunch club. A activity and healthy eating club for residents aged 60+ aimed at reducing social isolation and loneliness.

Amount: £500
Funder: Sussex Community Foundation
Recipient: Bevendean Community Pub

Mummyshock 10-week counselling group for new mums 05 Jul 2017

Release Counselling and Therapy for Women is a community counselling project providing affordable counselling for vulnerable and isolated women in Brighton & Hove, experiencing any mental health distress. Funding was provided towards the costs of running a 10- week therapeutic group for new mums suffering from post-natal depression or anxiety called 'Mummyshock!'. The aim of the group is to nurture resilience and confidence in new mums.

Grant to Coombe Road Primary School 27 Mar 2018

Funding was provided to enable 3 students from Coombe Road Primary School to attend a residential trip to Blacklands Farm with the school.

Grant to Rye News CIC 21 Mar 2018

We are an online community newspaper, run by volunteers, and we publish each week news, information and opinions on issues that interest and concern the community of Rye and District. Funding was provided to enable them to purchase new visual display materials as well as modern visual and audio recording equipment, specifically an SLR camera and a digital recorder.

Amount: £875
Funder: Sussex Community Foundation
Recipient: Rye News CIC

Social interaction 05 Jul 2017

Selsey Community Forum aims to enable residents to work together to discern local needs and find solutions to them. Funding was provided to pay the hire costs for a local facility one afternoon a week. This will provide a safe, pleasant space for social interaction in Selsey.

Amount: £500
Funder: Sussex Community Foundation
Recipient: Selsey Community Forum

Children's Christmas Party 12 Oct 2017

Funding was provided to enable East Moulsecoomb Tenants & Residents Association to hold a children's Christmas party for the local children.

Whitehawk's got talent 17 Jul 2017

The Summer Madness is an established event led by a group of community driven individuals eager to celebrate and support the community under the values of equality, respect and sportsmanship. Funding was provided to support the development of a Whithawk's Got Talent event.

Amount: £500
Funder: Sussex Community Foundation
Recipient: Summer Madness

Therapeutic gardening project 05 Jul 2017

The aims of Refugees Welcome - Crawley are to encourage a positive narrative about refugees in Crawley, to welcome Syrian people who are resettled in the town and to welcome refugees living in the town or passing through the town. Funding was provided to reimburse volunteers for petrol and for garden tools and compost, seeds and materials to make raised beds.

Replacement of old, inefficient double oven and hob 24 May 2018

Running a lunch club once a month and coffee mornings in the Hall to reduce the feelings of isolation.

Allsorts (our term-time multi-sports session for children) 24 May 2018

What Allsorts does: Allsorts provides an inclusive, safe, stimulating and fun environment on a Saturday afternoon during university term times in which participants can try out new sports, build their confidence and social skills, develop teamwork and communication, and improve fine and gross motor skills, balance and coordination. Each session is a mix of three sporting activities run by our enthusiastic and dedicated volunteers to a very high standard, and participants receive one-to-one support to allow them to participate regardless of their needs. Our expertise allows us to cater to people with very complex, wide ranging, and often profound disabilities, facilitated by the exceptional one-to-one support of our extremely capable volunteers.

Amount: £500
Funder: Oxfordshire Community Foundation
Recipient: Keen

Out and about 10 Aug 2018

Reduce the cost of transport and therefore enable participation on three garden visits.


Grant to Kidlington & District Information Centre