- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 01 Apr 2004
- Latest award date
- 01 Jul 2019
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
dry lining and gas insulation 22 Apr 2004
W.I get award to improve their hall, particularly benefiting the many elderly users and wide range of community groups who meet there.
Football Coaching 22 Apr 2004
Morden Girls League was established to provide football for girls aged 13-15 living in and around Merton. Their philosphy is to provide free football so that there is no barrier to participation for gils from large and disadvantage families. Coaching qualification for managers #115x12= #1,380, Training equipment ball, cones, bibs #1,245, 5 volunteer referees cost #735, matchday equipment eg balls, corner posts #1,030, child protection #204, four newsletters #162
IT equipment 22 Apr 2004
Members of this Corps will be able to train through interactive learning as a result of a lottery grant. A laptop computer, screen, projector and digital camera will be used both in the classroom and outdoors to increase the standard and type of tuition available.
Start up costs 22 Apr 2004
This group started in December 2003 to provide free musical education for the benefit of disadvantaged children and young people of Thamesmead. An award would pay for set-up costs, teachers tuition, musical instruments and books. The main activity would be to provide music tuitions on Saturdays. Music teachers tuitions at #20/hour (#2280); Refreshments (#50); Music books (#32); Music instruments (#705); Rent (#1500); Publicity (#32); Out-of-pocket volunteer expenses (#200)
Hockey and cricket after school clubs 22 Apr 2004
This school is applying to set up new lunchtime and after school clubs for hockey and cricket. Qualified coaches will run the sessions and will be assisted by teachers. They also plan to host tournaments for the school and the community. 76 hours of Cricket coaching at #15 an hour (#1140); 76 hours of Hockey coaching at #15 an hour (#1140); Cricket equipment (#484); Hockey equipment (#1333); General safety equipment (#135)
Workshops and seminars 22 Apr 2004
This group was set up in December 2003 to cater for the needs of refugees, asylum seekers and migrants from Africa. An award would be used to set up 4 workshops to familiarise members with the UK system, enabling them to have access to welfare and information, so that they can more quickly integrate in the society.
club improvement 22 Apr 2004
Pigeon racing club to update their facilities in order to attract younger members and support older members enabling them to compete on equal terms.
Musical Roots 22 Apr 2004
Music trust promote performance & appreciation of traditional local folk music. Award will enable them to run regular music classes over 12 months in and around Eye, leading to the formation of a new community music group. They will play at various community events and festivals.
School to set up a range of extra curricular sports activities to take place after school and in lunch times.
Refugees Children Film 22 Apr 2004
This group is working for the benefit of the African refugee community. They provide services in training, health awareness, racial discrimination, and in improvement the image of asylum seekers and refugees in media. With this application they seek funding for video production on refugee children that had been granted asylum in the UK.
Coaching & equipment 22 Apr 2004
This club currently has teams for local boys, girls and ladies from Thanet. It will improve the coaching sessions it provides for its members by buying training equipment and hiring a professional coach who will lead sessions and assist the club's recently qualified Level 1 coaches.
Training Staff and Members 22 Apr 2004
This group offers advice and assistance to refugees and African women on low incomes. The group want to run skills based courses in sewing and fashion design. Committee members are to be trained as trainers in healthy living and elderly people will be given training in creative writing. The group will also provide English training for its members.
Equipment and Expansion 22 Apr 2004
This group will provide services to French, Swahili and French speaking African community in North London. With this application they seek funding for producing a newsletter to enable the increase in training and education opportunities for this community. 1 sessional editor at Â£15 x 2 days x 48 weeks (Â£1440), Photocopier (Â£1000), Printing (Â£400), Volunteer expenses at Â£8.50 x 1 days wk x 48wks (Â£816), Training (Â£200), Admin (Â£350)
African/Caribbean community group setting up a new cultural and support centre uses an award to prepare for and hold a launch day to make the black community and the wider population aware of the new centre, that it is available to help them and setting out the services which it will offer
Recreational garden project 22 Apr 2004
Parents, pupils and staff will work after school with local environmental artists to help design and produce benches and sculptural forms based on the theme of the New Forest, close to a site of special scientific interest. A series of 3D mural depictions will be created and installed along the playground fences and space. The work will be on view for the June local village fete.
AFRICAN ARTS 22 Apr 2004
This group aims are to use African visual art as an educational tool, to inform and build awareness within the black community and the wider community and to develop a relationship between artisits and the local communities by organising events, where the people in the different community come together to explore African arts. Venue hire Â£1,080, 4 professional artists Â£1,000, art materials for workshops andactivity Â£1,550, refreshments Â£500, volunteers expenses and security staff Â£350, publicity Â£500
capacity building programme 22 Apr 2004
An award used to start up the organisation and to pay for a capacity building programme consisting of four consultancy days at which trustees and volunteers would have training on their roles and responsibilities, financial procedures, budgeting, developing and implementation of policies and business planning. The grant would also pay for a computer, volunteer expenses and for a launch event.
Mobile Team Challenge Training 22 Apr 2004
The charity works with young people and will use the Mobile Team Challenge programme to help re-engage those who have become disaffected or on the edge of exclusion from society and to encourage them to partciapte in education, training, employment or at a social level
Group to secure professional equipment for training and computer learning to enhance group's ability to provide quality training to young people.
Educational Holidays 22 Apr 2004
This branch of Diabetes UK regularly provides educational holidays for children. It will now increase this provision to enable three more children to take a holiday this year.