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- Earliest award date
- 05 Jan 2016
- Latest award date
- 22 Dec 2016
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This project will replicate their existing Edinburgh provision by establishing a bereavement service for children and young people based Ibrox Parish Church, in the Greater Govan area of Glasgow. The project will support children and young people aged four to 18 who are struggling to cope with the bereavement of a parent, sibling, close family member or friend.
Protect Your Selfie: Keeping Safe Online 20 Jan 2016
The group will use the funding to train young people with learning disabilities to deliver IT safety workshops. This will increase confidence and skills for beneficiaries, and will impart knowledge and awareness needed to fully utilise a wide range of IT services.
Craigyhill SCC Dance and Dine 21 Jul 2016
The organisation provides meals, and educational and recreational bus trips for older people in the Larne area. They are using the Â£6,400 to provide tea dances on a Wednesday and lunch on a Thursday for 40 weeks.
The club organises events and activities for young people in the Milford area of Armagh. They are using a Â£9,002 to run a programme where youth club members take part in activities with young people and adults who have a physical or learning disability.
Disability Hate Crime 20 Jan 2016
The organisation will use the funding to deliver a series of awareness raising workshops and creative development sessions leading to a theatre production exploring the impact of disability related hate crimes and anti-social behaviour on the health and wellbeing of people with disability together with accredited training and qualifications for participants to increase their employability skills. This will strengthen the community by addressing negative stereotypes and behaviours.
The project will refurbish the first floor of their building to create two new rooms for their members. This will enable new and existing community groups to enjoy activities in the venue.
Senior Safe & Social 23 Mar 2016
Following an 18 month successful pilot, the project will be rolled out to ten further locations to reduce loneliness and social isolation for older people living in and around Harlow. Through social hubs, a range of activities will be offered including lunch clubs neighbourhood support, friendship groups, days out, tea and chat groups. In addition twice per year additional events will focus on safety information and advice on how to remain independent within the home environment.
DO IT YOURSELF (DIY) 20 Jan 2016
The group will use the funding to provide activities and workshops to isolated disadvantaged beneficiaries to build confidence and self esteem through working together to increase their skills. This will provide beneficiaries with the opportunity to reduce isolation and broaden their experiences.
The group will use the funding to set up a holiday activities programme for young people aged 11-19 years old which will include trips, sporting activities, cinema, bowling, cycling, cooking and street dance. This will provide young people from a deprived area with play and leisure activities during the holiday periods.
This project will provide personal development training, and increase employability and vocational training options for young people so that they are better prepared for life back in the community and are more likely to gain employment and prevent re-offending.
Community Activator Scheme (CAS) 13 Jan 2016
This project is a development of a pilot to provide sporting and development activities for young people and will deliver this alongside volunteering and learning opportunities for local adults. They aim to engage young people in positive activities that involve older people in volunteering and bring communities together.
Markington Outdoor Play Project 10 Feb 2016
The school will use the funding to install outdoor play equipment and all weather surface. This will provide children with a safe and stimulating place to play after school, with the aim of reducing social isolation in their rural location.
The organisation will use the funding to refurbish their community cafÃ©, provide affordable healthy meals and cooking on a budget sessions for residents, improve the training opportunities for volunteers, and encourage more members of the diverse community, including those at risk of isolation, to access the organisation's support services.
Stockwell Festival 13 Oct 2016
This project will use the funding to host â€œThe Stockwell Festivalâ€ bringing members of a culturally diverse community together to promote trust and understanding. The festival will showcase highly diverse local artists and acts, providing an opportunity for individuals and voluntary and community groups to run stalls, exhibitions and activities.
The group will use the funding to provide a military remembrance service, as well as a celebratory dinner and dance for isolated veterans. This will enable beneficiaries to take part in social activities, leading to improved mental wellbeing.
Safer community 14 Sep 2016
The project will use the funding to purchase and install security cameras, a 24/7 security monitor and lighting for the community allotment, which is used by disabled people and their families, and houses therapy geese, ducks, chicken and cats. This will enable the organisation to increase safety measures following recent break ins to the allotment and will contribute to keeping their beneficiaries and volunteers safe and encourage them to continue to use the facility to reduce their social isolation.
Totally Socially 02 Nov 2016
This project will bring local people together to identify common community challenges and provide the support to enable them to create new enterprises, initiatives and events which will provide solutions to local needs and issues. This will build the skills, confidence and abilities of local people and increase engagement, enterprise and resilience; enabling people to work collaboratively for the benefit of the wider community.
The school will hold a community fun day, with drumming, circus skills, balloon making, sports, bouncy castle, arts and crafts, a disco and ice creams. This will bring the whole community together in an area that has experienced some unemployment and anti social behaviour.