- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 03 Jan 2018
- Latest award date
- 21 Dec 2018
- Total GBP grants
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- Largest GBP award
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St Josephs Enniskillen Digi Lead Computing in PS 27 Mar 2018
The Enniskillen college is using the grant of £9,444 to buy a range of educational technology equipment including a parrot drone, iPads, a projector, an Apple TV and portable speakers.
Glenshane Community Development Limited 01 Mar 2018
The group, based in Dungiven, runs an advice service, lunch club, educational courses, room hire, and health and wellbeing programmes. They are using a £9,500 grant to run their Positive Ageing Retirement Planning programme which encourages people to embrace retirement and supports people going through this period.
Convene and Connect 27 Mar 2018
The group will deliver drop in sessions for people with poor mental health, with the aim of addressing isolation and promoting wellbeing.
Incubate, accelerate, amplify: incubation at catch22
Isle of Eigg Tree Nursery 26 Feb 2018
This charity took ownership of the Isle of Eigg in 1997 and are a partnership between the residents of Eigg, Highland Council and the Scottish Wildlife Trust. The group plan to deliver a volunteer led project which will establish a tree nursery on Eigg enabling the local community to re-stock their woodlands with native species and increasing local usage of currently under-utilised areas.
School and Community Playground Renewal 21 Feb 2018
The school will replace existing play equipment to provide a safe playground where local children can play and develop their physical and social skills.
The funding will be used to run workshops to address communication barriers between hospice staff and people who are deaf or living with hearing issues. The project aims to bring people together and create stronger community relationships.
The school will create a play area for children and the wider community. This will improve social and communication skills.
Respect 31 Jan 2018
The group will bring together four different community centres to co-produce a recipe booklet that reflects the food of all their festival traditions, and to organise a food festival where the recipes can be showcased.
Family Support Manager at St John's Hospice 28 Feb 2018
The charity will employ a Family Support Manager at St John’s Hospice. This will enable the service to grow, support more bereaved families, offer support earlier and more comprehensive services, and provide support to the wider family at a time of potential isolation and potential financial security issues
The group will deliver holiday clubs for children which will provide positive diversionary activities to deter them from antisocial behaviour.
Tech Buddies: IT support for over 60s 07 Mar 2018
This project will run a befriending service, where young people visit older people in their homes and offer assistance with IT issues, such as accessing the internet or using smartphones. This will encourage people to improve their IT skills and develop positive relationships with other local residents.
Fun Squads 26 Mar 2018
Play sessions will be delivered during the Easter, half term and summer holidays to children in deprived parts of the city. This will help with developing their abilities, exploring their creativity and learning about themselves and the world around them.
Fazakerley New Thinking 21 Mar 2018
Fazakerley Community Federation will use this funding to continue its work providing activities and services for people of all ages in the local community. A community garden will be created and its café expanded for people to meet and socialise. Wellbeing groups will be on offer, including walking, cycling, gardening and a lunch club. A stay and play service and homework club will be set up to help families. Young people will also be involved in shaping new before and after school activities.
The organisation will run counselling and art therapy sessions one day per week for people with mental health issues, in addition to their usual counselling services. The new project will provide an informal and friendly service whether they can access counsellors, and use group activities to manage their issues such as anxiety and depression.
A family fun day festival will be funded in Sneinton in July, together with around 25 free community events on the theme of the diversity and history of Sneinton, all under the banner 'Celebrating our Diversity through Stories'.
Beyond the Gate to The Key 27 Mar 2018
The project will offer support, structured advice and information for people recently released from the criminal justice system to support their re-entry into the local community.
Leonard Cheshire Disability 14 Mar 2018
The project will support people who have disabilities by providing outreach services. This will improve levels of self-esteem and wellbeing, enabling people to challenge the issues that they face.