- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 10 Nov 2008
- Latest award date
- 08 Jan 2019
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Moving Maths 14 Jul 2017
Spiltmilk Dance is a professional dance company delivering projects in schools and community settings, and creating and touring performance work nationally. This project will explore a dance and movement-based approach to teaching maths to children aged 4-7 in three Rotherham Primary Schools.
Golddigger Trust 08 Nov 2018
Golddigger Trust is a local Sheffield charity, committed to raising the self-esteem and emotional wellbeing of young people across the city. They would use the award to support a group of young people through their own recovery through self-harm, depression, disordered eating and/or anxiety.
YoMo young Movers 06 Jul 2018
YoMo is Glasgow’s Youth Empowerment charity: creating opportunities for young people to get actively involved in their local communities. Based in Easterhouse working across Glasgow, young volunteers from YoMo want to run an event that showcases their Youth Health Champion - Peer Education programme. This is to raise awareness of the health issues facing young people today and to provide practical tools and resources for young people to make informed health choices.
Asperger's Children & Carers Together 08 Jan 2019
Asperger’s Children and Carers Together is a support group for children and families affected by Asperger’s syndrome and High Functioning Autism in Sheffield. They would use the award to pay for a monthly swimming session for families with children affected by Asperger’s and Autism in Sheffield.
Pilton Youth & Children's Project 08 Jan 2019
Pilton Youth and Children's Project run a wide range of activities designed to engage young people by offering them a safe place to learn new skills. They would use the award to provide hot healthy meals for children during their school holiday programme.
Movement Park 04 Sep 2018
Movement Park is a multi-activity centre that was set up following the 2014 Commonwealth Games to inspire more Glaswegians to engage in different types of physical activity. The award will be used to provide opportunities for those with a visual impairment within the sport of judo, those with physical and learning disabilities in the sport of Boccia, and assisting all abilities within inclusive Yoga sessions
Tea in the pot 08 Nov 2018
Tea in the Pot is a drop-in and support service in Govan, run by women for women anywhere. The award would be used to run a sewing group and to purchase materials.
Family Addiction Support Services (FASS) 08 Jan 2019
FASS support families and individuals who are coping with the effects and stigma attached to addiction. They would use the award to purchase materials for their annual remembrance service inviting families to remember their loved ones.