- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 15 Mar 2005
- Latest award date
- 19 Mar 2020
- Total GBP grants
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- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
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This three year project will enable Barnardo's to continue their successful work in Somerset with parents and families of children with communication difficulties, for example Autistic Spectrum Disorder. This is part of their current service, the Somerset Inclusion Project, and will ensure that parents get the support they need in order to help their children develop communication skills.
Halthy eating activities at Ryde High school 23 May 2005
This Barnado's branch works with young people in the Ryde area. It will start up new activities at Ryde High School to encourage the pupils to eat and think more healthily. An Awards for All grant will pay for leader, dietician costs and resources and as a result 'cook and eat' sessions will take place after school each week, there will be an after school healthy food week and a summer holiday ACTIV-8 scheme.
Development of MF/2/010005020 12 Jul 2005
This project will facilitate and deliver courses in strengthening families and communities. Participants will meet to support each other, with facilitated workshops focussing on issues such as anger management and solution building. The project will create greater cohesion within families and enable them to function better within their communities. Volunteers will work as co-facilitators, gaining valuable skills.
Caterpillar project 24 Mar 2006
The project will provide one-to-one and group support for young people in the mental health system in Cardiff. This will enable them to access services to prevent a deterioration in their mental health. The project offers a holistic model of social, emotional and practical support which will help young people recover and develop.
Out There 24 Mar 2006
The project over 5 years will provide 100 disadvantaged and disengaged young people in Newport with extensive, effective support to overcome multiple problems and to access mainstream and specialist services. These young people are hidden from formal provision and many agencies experience great difficulty in establishing and maintaining contact with them.
The project is to provide an outdoor adventure week for young people aged 10 to 16. Money is for residential stay at an adventure centre including activity costs, staff costs and transport
Blackpool Project 02 Nov 2005
The project will target a number of deprived wards in Blackpool _x000B_and provide a range of groups and activities for young people aged 11 to 15. Groups and activities will be offered free of charge and be open to all young people, but young people facing particular disadvantage, such as school exclusion, special needs, family issues (including poor parenting), involvement in nuisance or anti-social behaviour or a general shortage of activities in an area, will be targeted.
Barnardos Housing Project Northumberland 13 Jan 2006
This support group for young parents aims to create a self help group where young mums can provide support and various training. The group will use an award to provide courses in self defence, First-Aid and Alternative Therapies. They will also undertake a residential trip.
Tullycarnett Family Support and Outreach Project 23 Jan 2006
The project will help build more stable family lives, help children become better prepared for school and engage families in community networks by delivering a programme of centre bases and home based sessions.
Carmarthenshire Young Carers 30 May 2006
The project is to enable a group of young carer's to attend a residential Young Carer's Festival, taking part in a variety of activities including canoeing, absailing, sports and music workshops. The money is for festival fees, transport, staff costs and incidental expenses.
This project will provide a Children's Health Worker to facilitate the development of a Young People's CafÃ© run by and for young people. The CafÃ© will offer training in Health & Hygiene Practices and catering skills and will also provide a platform for health improvement discussions. CafÃ© West healthy living centre in Bradford will be used as a base for this project.
The project will appoint a project worker to recruit and support volunteers aged 16-24 who will be matched to disabled young people aged 11-19 to enable them to access local community activities with someone of a similar age-group.The grant, over three years, will pay for the salaries of a full time project worker and a part time administrator and associated costs, training, travel, volunteer expenses, and volunteer recruitment.
Barnardo's Rochdale Project (Inclusive Service) 22 Jan 2007
The children belonging to the Barnado's group will use an award to hold an exhibition of their visual work and create additional pieces working with community artists to create banners, sculptures, collages and individual pieces of art.
Flintshire Young Carers - 'Carers are Us' 29 Jan 2007
A project to enable young carers aged 10-19 living in Flintshire to particpant in residential activities. The project will enable the particpants to have respite from caring, develop confidence and skills, and share experiences and coping strategies.The grant will pay for transport, staff costs, accommodation, activities and subsistence.
More children, young people and their families in Oldham will enjoy out-of-school education activities, receive advice and support and access play and leisure services. More volunteers will be recruited to deliver the increased services.
Participation Support Service 24 Aug 2006
The organisation will appoint a participation worker, within Signpost Leaving Care Service, who will work to develop and improve the opportunities young people have to be involved in and make decisions about the services provided to care-leavers in Wakefield. The project will establish and support a Service-User's Steering Group, which will have access to the service's Partnership Review Group.
Barnardo's Carmarthenshire Family Links 23 Apr 2007
The project is to provide an outing for disabled young people and their families. The money will pay for travel, entrance fees, and sessional workers costs.
Somali Play Project 30 May 2007
The Somali Play Project will develop the capacity of the Somali community to provide play opportunities for children. With a focus on families playing together, it will increase access to existing facilities, work with Somali families in their homes, run family fun days, set up a cycling club and provide residential camps. Training on including Somali children will also be given to play workers in the community.
Compass Partnership Group Wellbeing Through Art 25 Jun 2007
A project to enable young people to learn new skills in DVD editing, and produce DVDs to share their experiences and voice their opinions and produce DVD guides around specific issues.The grant, over one year, will pay for DVD editing equipment, training and refreshments.