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Results

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.

New Boiler/Curtains 19 Oct 2017

Winchelsea Village Hall is a community facility providing venue and facilities to local residents, surrounding villages and over 30 local organisations. Funding was provided towards improvement works: (a) renewal of central heating boiler, and (b) new curtains for better heat conservation and to enable better black-out for film projector events.

Amount: £5,000
Funder: Sussex Community Foundation
Recipient: Winchelsea Village Hall

Grant to Grow Project 16 Mar 2018

The Grow Project works with adults with mental health issues in the greater Brighton & Hove area. Funding was provided to enable the group to run 2 x 8 week courses called 'The Season'. Groups of 12 participants will travel from central Brighton to the National Trust’s Saddlecombe Farm or other locations in the South Downs and carry out a wide range of activities to suit mood, energy level, physical ability and interest.

Amount: £5,000
Funder: Sussex Community Foundation
Recipient: Grow Project

Grant to Rye and District Street Pastors Initiative 19 Oct 2017

Rye and District Street Pastors provide caring, listening and help for individuals out in the town's clubs and pubs, through practical acts of support. Funding was provided towards their general running costs.

Barefoot Opera 05 Jul 2017

Barefoot Opera offers singing training at all levels from scratch to professional. Funding was provided towards supporting two professional workshop leaders to deliver 3 two hour drop-in sessions as part of their outreach work aimed at reaching those who would not normally have access to the arts.

Amount: £988
Funder: Sussex Community Foundation
Recipient: Barefoot Opera

Grant to Now! Charity Group Ltd 20 Nov 2017

Now! Charity Group Ltd have 2 arms- Furniture Now provides household goods at minimal cost to help overcome material poverty and reduce waste, and Training Now which provides free training and activities to help people escape poverty and isolation. Hidden services include Syrian resettlement and Discretionary Emergency Support schemes for those in crisis. Funding was provided as a contribution towards running costs including tutor costs, training materials, stationery, admin, venues and volunteer travel costs.

Amount: £5,770
Funder: Sussex Community Foundation
Recipient: Now! Charity Group Ltd

Grant to Off The Fence Trust 20 Nov 2017

The Antifreeze centre, through the Off the Fence Trust, provides a safe space and welcoming place to connect with others in the community, and offers practical and emotional support for exiting homelessness. Funding was provided towards running costs.

Amount: £7,000
Funder: Sussex Community Foundation
Recipient: Off The Fence Trust

Grant to Barnard Centre 17 Nov 2017

Barnard Centre provide a space where the community at St John's Mount and the surrounding area can come together, socialise and organise community activities and events. Funding was provided for the purchase of tools and plants.

Amount: £1,042
Funder: Sussex Community Foundation
Recipient: Barnard Centre

Grant to Brighton PIP Ltd 17 Nov 2017

Brightpip offers community-based Infant Mental Health Services from conception to 2 yrs for parents & infants at risk, to boost parental confidence & develop safe secure attachments with their baby. Funding was provided to support a range of their activities including a Mellow Bumps Groups for high risk mums-to-be and a Baby Massage Group for parents with issues around attachment.

Amount: £5,000
Funder: Sussex Community Foundation
Recipient: Brighton PIP Ltd

Grant to Peasmarsh Chamber Music Festival Trust 19 Oct 2017

The Peasmarsh Chamber Music Festival Trust’s charitable objects are to promote, improve, develop and maintain education in the appreciation and knowledge of the art and science of music. Funding was provided towards the costs of running music composition workshops in Peasmarsh and Beckley Schools in June 2018.

Grant to We are FoodPioneers CIC 16 Mar 2018

We are FoodPioneers CIC are a Worthing based social enterprise delivering food related events and projects with and for predominantly disadvantaged neighbourhoods. Funding was provided for an innovative seaweed project ‘From the Sea Health’ to restore and celebrate the town’s connections with a food and fertiliser source that is also vital for the marine environment and wildlife.

Amount: £10,000
Funder: Sussex Community Foundation
Recipient: We are FoodPioneers CIC

Grant to Juno Project 20 Nov 2017

The Juno Project was created in 2012 to support women who wanted to work for themselves. Funding is to employ a part-time project administrator, and office base for them to work out of.

Amount: £10,000
Funder: Sussex Community Foundation
Recipient: Juno Project

Grant to Brighton Surf Life Saving Club 16 Mar 2018

Brighton Surf Life Saving Club, provides people of all ages with the opportunity to enjoy the sea in a fun and safe environment, with training, equipment and a variety of membership types. Funding was provided to enable them to purchase an Arancia Inshore Rescue Boat (IRB) and engine.

Grant to Worthing Philharmonic Orchestra 19 Mar 2018

The Worthing Philharmonic Orchestra (WPO) is a community orchestra with over 75 local members including professional and semi-professional musicians, university and college students, teachers and amateurs. Funding was provided towards the cost of commissioning composer James Olsen to compose a piece for two adult choirs, children’s choir and orchestra on the occasion of its 70th anniversary.

Grant to South Downs Leisure 16 Mar 2018

South Downs Leisure is a charity and Community Leisure Trust, delivering sport and leisure facilities on behalf of Adur and Worthing Borough Councils. A grant was provided to cover the cost of running The GreenDreams community event, enabling a diverse range of activities, including environmental conservation workshops, interactive wildlife experiences and free mind body sessions including Tai Chi & Yoga .

Amount: £3,858
Funder: Sussex Community Foundation
Recipient: South Downs Leisure

Grant to abc Fund 20 Nov 2017

ABC fund provides trips and treats for underprivileged children and their families. Funding was provided towards 100 food hampers for families at Christmas time.

Amount: £4,000
Funder: Sussex Community Foundation
Recipient: abc Fund

Day trip to Amberley Museum 17 Jul 2017

ABC fund provides trips and treats for underprivileged children and their families. Funding was provided for a day trip to Amberley Museum for Whitehawk After School Project.

Amount: £500
Funder: Sussex Community Foundation
Recipient: abc Fund

Grant to ARRCC (Activity, Respite, Rehabilitation Care Centre) 20 Nov 2017

RCC Theatre is a part of ARRCC, a charity offering a range of support, advice and training opportunities for physically and sensory impaired adults and those suffering from dementia, focusing on art activities and therapies. Funding was provided towards the cost of heating in the theatre.

Grant to ARRCC (Activity, Respite, Rehabilitation Care Centre) 14 Jul 2017

ARRCC is a dynamic charity based at Rye Creative Centre that focuses on arts, health and wellbeing. The charity provides a range of support, advice and development opportunities for adults with physical and sensory impairments, learning difficulties and older members of the community, including those living with dementia. This funding is for a multi-disciplinary creative programme for ARRCC’s current Members and the public with physical & sensory disabilities.

Grant to Arthritis Care Worthing and District Branch 21 Feb 2018

Arthritis Care (Worthing and District) empower people to help control their arthritis. They provide a programme of social activities, welfare, information, fundraising for our cause and personal support. They have monthly meetings enabling people to meet with others with the same condition. This funding will enable their disabled and less mobile members to attend their monthly meetings.