- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 01 Apr 2004
- Latest award date
- 25 Oct 2018
- Total GBP grants
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- Largest GBP award
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Volunteer programme to support Older People 23 Nov 2005
The project supports older people in Kensington & Chelsea to establish and maintain a volunteer programme to help older volunteers and the local community. Focussing on older refugees, older people with learning disabilities, older carers and older people from BME communities, the intention is to develop older people's potential to benefit others in the community, as well as enabling older people to live independently.
This grant will enable the group to continue providing a drop in centre and help for vulnerable people in Wellingborough. The group plans to help people secure and maintain accommodation, manage daily tasks and provide a place where homeless people, people with a learning disability, and people addicted to drugs and alcohol can obtain food, clothing and advice.
A project by this older people's community group in Lambeth to provide outings and trips to enable people to socialise and increase their self esteem.
Youth Healthy Lifestyle Trainers 16 Jun 2009
This new project, delivered by young people, will establish a healthy lifestyle programme for young people in East Sussex with the aim of reducing obesity and alcohol misuse and helping young people buy and cook healthy foods. The young people involved in the project will travel to schools and youth clubs to promote the project and recruit other young people to act as trainers.
A project to provide information, advocacy and support to meet the needs of older people and their carers, people with disabilities, unemployed and disadvantaged people of all ages. The project, over two years, will fully fund the recruitment and salaries of a Project Manager and Administrative Worker, general running costs, rent and travel.
Toilet for disabled people 23 Jul 2004
By providing toilet facilities for people with disabilities or mobility impairments, the church can encourage new people to take part in current community clubs or activities in the adjoining hall. Several local organisations use the facilities and many cater specifically for people who require additional support and this project will enable them to reach more people.
Disability and employment conference 23 May 2005
With help from a Lottery grant West Sussex Association for Disabled people will run a conference bringing together disabled people and employers. The aim of the day is to provide people with disabilities with information about the support available to them to help find and stay in employment and to increase employers' awareness and confidence in employing people with disabilities.
The project will enable the organisation to provide volunteering opportunities people with learning disabilities, long term unemployed and people on long term sickness benefits. The project aims to help people access employment where appropriate or to just participate with volunteering activities to help overcome isolation.
This group provides a range of services for disadvantaged people in the local community including older people, disabled people and people who are unemployed. The award will be used to improve the centre's kitchen facilities which will enable them to provide a lunch club service for older people in the area.
Youth Shop for young people run by young people 17 Nov 2011
This group will use the funding to establish a multipurpose shop and coffee bar for young people that will provide a safe and secure place for young people to get together and become involved in volunteering and youth training opportunities. This will enable young people to become involved in a training and working environment that will encourage future employment.
Young People Opportunities Project 22 Dec 2006
This newly formed organisation provides advice and education for young people from ethnic minorities. An award will enable them to provide advice, activities and job searching skills to Asian people between the ages of 15 and 19. They will also run an ICT club to develop a website, which will include stories and experiences of young people. The project will help develop skills and social interaction.
This community group based in Biddulph, Staffordshire, will use funding to establish a community centre for local young people. This will enable the young people to come together in a safe environment whilst reducing fears around crime and anti-social behaviour.
This group will organise an informal event for friends and families of missing people from across Scotland. The event will be held in Edinburgh in December 2017, and people from across Scotland will be invited to attend and meet other people in similar circumstances and share their experiences.
Community Centre Project 26 Jan 2006
A project to continue to provide access to social and recreational activities for people of all ages in the Erdington and Boldmere area of Birmingham. This project will fund the on-going running costs of the Carpenter's Arms community centre and will provide extra access for disadvantaged people, such as older people, young people and disabled people, therefore reducing social isolation.
Musical Moving Dance for People with Parkinsons 01 Jul 2010
This is a project by a community group based in Merton. The group will use the funding to run dance workshops for people living with Parkinson's Disease in order to promote health and wellbeing for those people taking part. The project will encourage people living with Parkinson's to take part in dance activities as part of a regular exercise regime.
Billy Fun Bus 08 Aug 2013
This is a project by a voluntary organisation in Liverpool. The organisation will use the funding to run activities for children and young people, NEET's and older people from a converted bus. This will provide play and recreation activities for the young people and their families, advice and guidance on internet use and IT skills for people on benefits and are NEET and other recreation activities for older people in a safe environment.
B.I.G. Bridging Inter-Generational Gaps 23 May 2013
This is a project by a charity in Barnet. The group will use the funding to deliver a training programme for young people working with older people in care settings. The will enable young people to develop advocacy, communication, people skills and health and safety knowledge to improve their employment prospects and reduce isolation and loneliness for older people.
Across the Ages 10 Jan 2018
This project will establish two clubs for older people, which will encourage interaction with young people to break down barriers and misconceptions. Older people will teach younger people about knitting and crocheting, bringing people together to build strong relationships.