- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 05 Jan 2017
- Latest award date
- 29 Nov 2017
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Llandeilo Senior Citizens Days Out 05 Jan 2017
Llandeilo and District Old Age Pensioners Association in Carmarthenshire will use the grant to provide a programme of day trips for over 100 members at risk of social isolation. This grant for Â£4,995 will fund transport, entrance fees, and meals.
Volunteer Recruitment and Marketing 05 Jan 2017
Chooselife Cymru in Llanelli will use the grant to produce new and updated marketing materials with the aim to recruit more volunteers and increase the impact of their drug and alcohol intervention service. This grant for Â£4,686 will fund leaflets and flyers, brochures holder, iPad Pro, podium display, graphic stand, promotional booklets, transport case, and travel costs.
Clwb Rhun 05 Jan 2017
Clwb Rhun in Ammanford will use the grant to expand and improve the facilities and activities available to the children that attend. This grant for Â£4,000 will fund additional sessional worker hours, portable DVD players and DVDs, headphones, arts and crafts, mobile phone, and cooking supplies.
Porthyrhyd and Llanddarog Pensioners Voice in Carmarthen will use the grant to take their members on a series of trips to reduce social isolation. This grant for Â£3,852 will fund transport and entrance fees for day trips, and transport for a trip away.
Learning at Home and Away 05 Jan 2017
Llangynin Gardening and Nature Group in Carmarthenshire will use the grant to improve their facilities and take members, who are at risk of social isolation due to their rurality, on a series of trips. This grant for Â£4,165 will fund transport, entrance fees, guest speakers, and a projector.
Homework and Holiday Club 05 Jan 2017
Pantyffynnon Partnership Group in Ammanford will use the grant to improve the activities and facilities available for approximately ten younger people and their parents and carers in the local area. This grant for Â£4,408 will fund sessional worker fees, venue hire, six tablet computers and cases, marketing materials, stationery, craft materials, and refreshments.
Y Cardi Bach, Papur Bro 21 Jan 2017
Y Cardi Bach, in Carmarthenshire, will update their IT equipment and design software, enabling them to improve the quality of their monthly newsletter and also offer computer design courses to the community. The grant, of Â£4,877, will fund a printer and ink, two laptops with office software, paper, graphic design software, training costs, and website design and upkeep costs.
Improving Outcomes for Children 02 Feb 2017
Carmarthen Family Centre will use the grant to develop a series of speech and early language workshops to improve communication between parents and their children. This grant for Â£4,400 will fund travel, accommodation, staff training, course materials, refreshments, toys, and educational resources.
Bronwydd Save a Life Project 02 Feb 2017
Neuadd Bronwydd Hall in Carmarthen will use the grant to add to the safety and wellbeing of residents and visitors in the local area. This grant for Â£3,300 will fund defibrillators, external cabinet, installation, and training.
Pantyffynnon Plodders 02 Feb 2017
Pantyffynnon Plodders in Ammanford will use the grant to encourage members to participate in trips and prevent social isolation. This grant for Â£2,060 will fund transport costs.
Spring Fair/ Healthy Eating 02 Feb 2017
Sir Gar Carmarthenshire Federation of Women's Institute in Carmarthen will use the grant to promote social inclusion and provide the opportunity to learn new skills. This grant for Â£3,904 will fund venue hire, demonstrator fees, advertising costs, cooking equipment, two laptops, a visualiser, and an audio sound system.
Hybu Gweithgareddau Cangen Hoelion Wyth Bro Beca 15 Feb 2017
Hoelion Wyth Bro Beca, in Carmarthenshire, will provide a series of trips for members to support socialising as well as run IT training sessions for members and the wider community to improve skills. The grant, of Â£4,900, will fund transport costs, IT equipment and associated training, venue hire, website redesign and maintenance costs, administration costs, and sessional worker fees.
The Llandovery University of The Third Age will use the grant to take their members on a series of trips to places of interest, to increase intellectual stimulation and reduce isolation. This grant for Â£2,700 will fund transport costs.
Cylch Ti a Fi Porth Tywyn 02 Mar 2017
Cylch Meithrin Porth Tywyn in Carmarthenshire will use the grant to provide families with the opportunity to socialise and develop new skills with their babies through the medium of Welsh. This grant for Â£4,357 will fund sessional worker fees, project co-ordinator fees, books, stationery, toys, and snacks.
Essential Daily Equipment 02 Mar 2017
Ammanford Community First Responders in Carmarthenshire will use the grant to purchase items to support their work responding to emergencies. This grant for Â£2,547 will fund six sets of hi-vis jackets, trousers and safety boots, six polo shirts, headlights, oxygen barrel bags, blood pressure multicuff sets, and stethoscopes with pouches.
A Safe and Comfortable Environment at the Hut 02 Mar 2017
Llandovery Scout and Guide Hut in Carmarthenshire will use the grant to renew the hutâ€™s floor which will provide improved facilities for user groups. This grant for Â£4,645 will fund flooring.
Village Defibrillator 18 Mar 2017
Ystradowen Residents Association in Swansea will use the grant to install a community public access defibrillator in their village to ensure life-saving equipment is available if required. This grant for Â£1,450 will fund a defibrillator and cabinet.
Clwb Gwili 60+ Club Activities 2017/2018 18 Mar 2017
Clwb Gwili 60+ Club in Carmarthen will use the grant to take their members on a series of trips to places of interest to help reduce social isolation. This grant for Â£4,850 will fund travel and entry fees.
Coastal Inclusion 18 Mar 2017
Awaydays Coastcare in Carmarthenshire will use the grant to use coastal and environmental conservation as a tool for increasing skills and wellbeing for people with emotional health problems. This grant for Â£4,880 will fund transport costs for 12 trips, refreshments, IT, courses for members, conference costs, accommodation, volunteer expenses and publicity materials.