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- Earliest award date
- 25 Sep 1997
- Latest award date
- 25 Sep 2019
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The organisation will use the funding to deliver a one day pilot information and education day with specialist practical support workshops for parents and activity sessions for young children with severe stammering issues. This will improve the ability of parents to appropriately support their children through increased knowledge and skills, and develop a peer support network for parents and children to reduce their isolation and improve the children's confidence and self-esteem.
The Great Adventure 14 Dec 2016
The funding will be used by a voluntary aided school to create an outdoor adventure trail, including a wigwam house and balance beams. This will create a safe space for children to spend time outdoors, and take part in new experiences and physical activity.
SPRING into ACTION 2016 20 Apr 2016
The organisation will use the funding to run community events and activities at Scargreen Recreation Ground to include, arts fitness sessions and a carnival for the benefit of the local community. This will increase public confidence accessing this community space and increase access to community activities in the recreation ground.
STAR (Students Taking an Active Role) 01 Jul 2015
The funding will be used to run sports and recreational activity sessions before the school day and additional activities including drama, dance and games at school. This will provide sports and physical exercise, in addition to the curriculum, to improve the health and wellbeing of children who have special needs and issues linked to obesity and confidence.
Cycle Walk Learn be healthy 07 Sep 2016
The project will provide a covered cycling and storage area on the nursery grounds. This will increase childrenâ€™s participation in cycling, improving physical health and fine motor skills.
The project will develop grassroots health posts, food security, construction skills and income generation in Sindupalchowk and Taplejung. The project will also enable local women from five remote communities in North Gorkha to work alongside CAN nurses and support the delivery of primary health care and health awareness. Local horticulturalists will develop new cottage gardens to improve nutrition and strengthen local food security.
The Journey Programme 04 Jan 2017
The funding will be used to run sessions for a group of disengaged young people around themes including image, motivation, and learning from mistakes and successes, along with a three day expedition. The project aims to address issues young people face, including low self-esteem and confidence.
Troubled Family Mentor Project 15 Jul 2015
This new project based on a pilot initiative will support troubled families in the charityâ€™s residential accommodation who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. The project aims to prepare families for independent living by developing role-model family mentors and teaching basic life-skills such as cooking on a budget and through family activities like gardening sessions. Mentors will work with families to help them achieve objectives set both at the start and during their stay with STF.
WGI Stage 2 22 Mar 2016
Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic and Refugee women in Manchester will be provided with comprehensive to support to enable them to lead independent lives. Support will cover areas such as domestic violence, mental health, as well as practical and emotional support, confidence and self- esteem building and self-development. Women will be reached through community buildings local to their family homes, often the only place they visit.
The Wibbly Wobbly Way 20 Jan 2016
The organisation will use the funding to install play equipment to develop an outdoor adventure programme which will be aimed at inactive young people who are overweight or obese. This will aim to reduce and prevent obesity in young people and future health issues in the local area through increased active play.
The school will use the funding to install sheltered outdoor facilities for pupils and their parents to work and play together to boost basic skills. This will enable the pupils and their parents to engage in enjoyable skills together so that the parents may engage in their childrenâ€™s extra-curricular education.
Liverpool International Carnival 2017 13 Oct 2016
The organisation will hold the Liverpool International Carnival 2017. This will bring all of the communities in Liverpool together to celebrate cultural diversity.
Involve Northwest Benefits Advice Service 27 Jul 2016
This is an expansion of an existing service that provides welfare benefits and debt advice to those living in Wirral. Through the project, beneficiaries will have access to one-to-one support to help with action planning, applications and tribunal/court representation at benefit appeals, particularly for vulnerable people. In addition the project will run 14 advice outreach services per week.
Spooktacular Preston 13 Oct 2016
This project will celebrate Halloween which involves one of the most important aspects of community life; leaving the house and knocking on a neighbourâ€™s door to say hello. This will enable the organisation to run a series of multi-generational events which is a hook to engage the family unit.
All Together Now Greenacres 19 Dec 2016
The project will use the funding to hold an event to celebrate the opportunities available in the community and to bring together different generations and other cultures. This will enable the organisation to bring new people into the centre and offer local people new opportunities and activities.
Who Am I - Who Can I Be 22 Apr 2015
Project Summary : This organisation will use the funding for a new project to run a series of workshops and residential training days targeted at vulnerable young people at risk of social exclusion and antisocial behaviour. The project will provide volunteering opportunities and provide beneficiaries with a safe environment to do creative activities and workshops to develop their confidence, self-esteem, communication and social skills.
Everton Older Persons' Project 19 Oct 2016
This is a project by an incorporated charity in Liverpool. The organisation will use the funding to run a lunch club for local older people. This will provide a weekly social activity for older people to reduce isolation and improve social wellbeing.
St Bernadette's Family and Friendship Space 24 Jun 2015
The organisation will use the funding to build an outdoor covered shelter and all weather surfaced area to enable the organisation to run activities for families in the local community. This will that engage children through family and community activities and provide an area outside of the school for parents to access support in an informal environment.
The organisation will use the funding to create a wildlife area at the school. This will enable the organisation to meet the extra-curricular needs of the children, broadening the scope for a wider variety of different clubs. The aim of this early intervention programme is to provide the opportunity for outdoor physical exercise and to make vulnerable children happier and to enjoy school more, with a view to improving attendance and attainment levels rising.
A Vision For Success 18 Nov 2015
This project offers opportunities for people with learning disabilities, to meet socially and develop friendships. The organisation will use the funding to undertake a consultation with users, potential users, their extended families and friends, trustees, staff and volunteers, to ascertain their needs and determine a strategic way forward for Bury Gateway for the next three years.