- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 22 Apr 2004
- Latest award date
- 02 Aug 2018
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
IBC 13 Oct 2016
This project will use the funding to celebrate successes and raise awareness of new opportunities. This will be achieved by hosting a Christmas extravaganza and award ceremony for volunteers. This will enable the organisation to engage members and also recruit new volunteers through the delivery of the event and other activities.
Building and sustaining bridges of inclusion 02 Apr 2015
This project will use the funding to develop their activities to improve Greek and Greek Cypriot women's ability to become active citizens in their local community. The project will achieve this through outreach work, employability sessions, English lessons, health education, and advice and advocacy on benefits and accessing services. The project aims to reduce poverty and isolation, and to increase independence.
CSE Hub and Spoke 07 Oct 2015
The aim of this project is to develop a sustainable hub and spoke delivery model to tackle unmet need around child sexual exploitation awareness, prevention and support work. The applicant will work with Barnardoâ€™s and focus on three areas each, delivering 1:1 assessment, support and group work to children and young people, awareness raising workshops for parents and professionals and linking with small voluntary organisations to offer expertise to build their confidence and understanding of the issues.
The Environment Awareness Project 19 Oct 2016
This project will use the funding provide a number of workshops to raise awareness of environmental issues. This will enable people to save money while reducing their environmental footprint.
Design Council - Grant to develop application 15 Jun 2015
This funding will be used to test the development of a national programme, with regional networks designed to grow and replicate existing care innovations for older people. Each network will have a different focus and will bring together older people, the community, social innovations, commissioners and other partners. The group plans to initially set up networks in the South West and Manchester, before rolling out the programme wider. The development grant is for location mapping partnership development.
Holistic support for torture survivors 01 Jul 2015
This project is developing its existing work to help adults who have experienced and survived torture and to overcome severe trauma. This will enable them to become healthy and to successfully integrate with society. They will overcome practical barriers to meeting their basic needs such as destitution and poverty. Support will be provided over a longer period of time to address practical issues that impact on beneficiariesâ€™ mental health.
Improved Wellbeing for Women 22 Apr 2015
The group will use the funding to provide an LBT event focusing on mental health and wellbeing specifically for women to understand why women are less likely to access LBT services then men. This will identify mental health and wellbeing issues which are specific to LBT women.
Copenhagen's Child Play 06 Apr 2016
The school will use the funding to install a traverse climbing wall and an all-weather surface. This will provide opportunities for active outdoor play, leading to improved physical health and wellbeing.
This project will use the funding to run â€˜village fairsâ€™ on six different sites across the borough. Each play site will provide open access to the local community allowing them to appreciate the importance of play and the significance it has on childrenâ€™s development and wellbeing. This will enable the organisation to bring together diverse communities in shared understanding of the facilities available to them and allow them to recognise their differences as well as their similarities.
Face2Face North West 29 Sep 2015
The project will support the parents of disabled children across West Lancashire, Cheshire and Merseyside, and include a befriending service to give emotional support and practical advice, including professional guidance to help parents identify and solve factors that prevent their disabled children from sleeping. The project aims to provide practical, local social and healthcare support to help parents to become emotionally resilient and transform the lives of the whole family.
Make it Work 08 Apr 2015
This project will use the funding to provide a new service that has been developed to support residents from Islington, who are in low paid work or zero hour contracts and struggling due to poverty, to sustain their employment. The project will work with both employees and employers to give advice on welfare benefits, employment law, family law, debt and housing. Volunteers will be trained to offer one-to-one advice and group sessions and a telephone advice line will also be available.
The group will use the funding to carry out a community wide consultation that will highlight the needs of isolated African women. This will improve the way in which this organisation meets the needs of its service users.
HRH Community Building 23 Aug 2016
A new community centre will be built to provide much needed space for local people of all ages to access services, support and social events and provide an outreach hub. The project has been led by local people including trustees, staff and volunteers to create a facility that the community need. They have been using different buildings since the original was quickly demolished due to unexpected subsidence.
Flying Wild 12 Aug 2015
The group will use the funding to deliver low-flying aerial workshops for children with complex needs who are unable to access outdoor activities. This will enable children to build confidence and self-esteem and enhance their social skills.
This project will use the funding to create a well-being DVD for frontline staff who are working with homeless people. This will raise awareness of the health and well-being of homeless people.
Pulling Together 13 Oct 2016
This project will use funding to bring together the whole community. Over ten months the group will hold a series of cultural gatherings and workshops leading to an intergenerational culture day to celebrate local ethnic communities. Activities will include storytelling, cooking, dance workshops and music.
The group will use the funding to refurbish their current facilities to be able to provide more services in the community. This will enable the organisation to better serve its beneficiaries.