- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 01 Apr 2004
- Latest award date
- 31 Oct 2018
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
A4A - Middleton Community Bowling Club 17 Jun 2015
The organisation will use the funding to carry out improvements to its pavilion facility by installing a water heater and cooler, a memorial garden and fund the costs of a venue during the winter months. This will enable the group to enhance the comfort of its pavilion and install a garden to remember members who have passed away, as well as provide bowls and social activities throughout the year to prevent isolation and lonlineness during the winter months when the green cannot be used.
EngagingOlderLondoners 15 Jul 2015
The group will use the funding to deliver a series of forums that will enable excluded older people to have a more active role in the community. This will see the beneficiaries challenging issues that they face and will address issues surrounding social isolation.
Village Hall Upgrade 16 Dec 2015
The group will use the funding to refurbish the kitchen in the village hall. This will increase healthy and safety and improve the environment of the hall.
Sennen Churchtown Hall Feasibility Study 30 Nov 2016
This project will carry out a consultation exercise that will explore the development, ecological sustainability and future of a community building. This will improve the way in which the organisation meets the needs of an evolving community.
Teenagers Too @ the Cheese and Grain 24 Jun 2015
The group will use the funding to deliver a series of activity workshops for teenagers, some of whom are living with disabilities. This will engage beneficiaries in positive activities and strengthen community relationships.
Carers Personalised Exercise Training Project 16 Nov 2016
This project will use the funding to deliver a programme of bespoke exercise activities that will focus on carers who are experiencing the effects of ill health and social isolation. This will improve the wellbeing of difficult to reach people.
This project will help place a new surface in the car park of the village hall. This will enable the organisation to improve the car park which has become a safety concern for older people and disabled users of the village hall.
Volunteer Work Camp 12 Jul 2016
This group aim to support recreation and sport in the catchment area of Lochdar School. The group will use the funding to organise a week long volunteer work camp to carry out tasks that will improve local environments around the island.
Accessible (and paperless) service 19 Aug 2015
The group will use the funding to improve their IT facilities, data storage and security. This will enable them to work more efficiently and better meet the demand for their outreach support services for women suffering from domestic abuse.
Just Click IT Club 17 Aug 2016
The organisation will use funding to implement an ICT club for older members of the community to help reduce isolation and enable beneficiaries to access online information and services, such as shopping and healthcare advice.
Ballygalget Community Group 03 Dec 2015
The school, which is based in the Ballygalget area outside Portaferry received Â£9,604. The project is using the grant to buy iPads to be used for weekly lessons in the Ballygalget Community Computer Club and equipment for giving presentations.
Grow Up to Inspire 23 Aug 2016
Project Summary : Association of Voluntary Organisations Wrexham (AVOW) will use the grant to hold an awards ceremony to celebrate young people who volunteer. This grant for Â£1,880 will part-fund catering, decorations, awards, travel expenses for volunteers, translation costs and commemorative programmes.
Heathfield Community Hub 13 May 2015
The organisation have identified that there are limited access to services for people who are disadvantaged or vulnerable living in the local villages which are rurally isolated. This will be addressed by building the skills and capacity to develop a community and social hub offering public service information and advice, a referral service, local community action and volunteering and access to public and voluntary sector support services locally.
Glencolin RA The People's Initiative 21 Jul 2016
The west Belfast group provides a safer neighbourhood project which includes welfare advice, family advocacy and training. They are using the Â£8,350 for programmes and activities for the local community and a Christmas lunch for older people.
Forest Confidence 08 May 2016
Forest School Swansea and Neath and Port Talbot will use the grant to run sessions for children who have been exposed to domestic abuse to rebuild confidence and self-esteem. This grant for Â£4,890 will fund session staff costs, volunteer expenses, travel, volunteer training, equipment, Welsh translation, publicity and refreshments.
Castleford - Castle FIT! A Trim Trail 22 Jul 2015
The group will use the funding to provide a free outdoor gym and fitness trail for the community to use. This will enable beneficiaries to engage in a healthier lifestyle.
Celebrating the New Village Hall 01 Sep 2016
The organisation will use the funding to hold an opening event for their new village hall. This will enable the organisation to recognise the contribution local people have made to the project and encourage the community to make use of the new facility.
The St Marks 'Community Debates' 19 Dec 2016
This project will develop an out of school debating programme that will involve pupils from local schools, and the wider community including older people. This will engage the whole community in debating activities, provide an opportunity for participants to develop critical thinking and listening skills, reduce isolation and bring the community together.
The organisation will use the funding to deliver a one day pilot information and education day with specialist practical support workshops for parents and activity sessions for young children with severe stammering issues. This will improve the ability of parents to appropriately support their children through increased knowledge and skills, and develop a peer support network for parents and children to reduce their isolation and improve the children's confidence and self-esteem.