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- Earliest award date
- 03 Jan 2017
- Latest award date
- 21 Dec 2017
- Total GBP grants
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Keep on Moving: the music and stories of Manchester’s migrant communities
The funding would be used to complete a two part plan firstly by developing ‘Chill Out Areas’ within 3 MYL centres, Moss side Adventure Playground - Moss side, A6 Young People’s Centre - Ardwick and The Addy Young People’s Centre in Wythenshawe. Secondly equip us with the resources to create ‘Portable Chill Out Areas’ within community centres where MYL deliver outreach play provision (Blackley, Newton Heath, Gorton).
We will create an inclusion lead role for 3 months to identify and develop inclusive practice across the organisation to identify and find solutions to any barriers which are preventing children with additional needs from attending our universal services. The expectation of the role would be to develop an inclusion action plan which builds on existing good practice, outlines areas we can improve and identifies steps we would need to take remove any barriers identified.
Grant to Real Food Wythenshawe 06 Feb 2017
Towards the project costs of Real Food Wythenshawe, which promotes behaviour change around food, whilst improving the environment and encouraging more sustainable lifestyles.
Towards continuation funding to develop and embed programmes of professional development for new and emerging theatre directors.
The funding will be used by an academy to create a community garden and nature area. The area will be accessible to pupils before, during and after school, and used to offer new extra-curricular family programmes, healthy lifestyle clubs and gardening activities. The project aims to improve the life skills, health and wellbeing of pupils and families at the academy.
Bridge College - Wheelchair Swing 08 Feb 2017
The funding will be used by a specialist further educational college to purchase and install a wheelchair swing, enabling wheelchair users with complex needs to access fun, outdoor social activities with their peers.
Bee busy, bee a success! 08 Feb 2017
The funding will be used to run a hobby club, where children across the community can engage in activities that interest them, including hairdressing, sports coaching and computer coding. The project aims to help young people develop the skills and experience to shape their futures beyond school, reducing unemployment in the long term and raising aspirations.
Better Together 25 Jan 2017
This group will increase their peer-led support programme by training HIV+ people across Greater Manchester as volunteer peer mentors for others coming to terms with their condition. Mentors will share their own experiences about living well with HIV and how they dealt with difficult times in their journey since diagnosis. Support will be tailored to meet individual needs including accompanying mentees to clinic appointments, making home visits and supporting mothers-to-be through pregnancy and beyond.
Sickle Cell Disease: helping to break the stigma 01 Feb 2017
The funding will be used to run a project to help people with Sickle Cell disease increase their self-confidence and sense of worth. The project aims to provide people suffering from this disease with the opportunity to raise awareness of their strengths and capabilities rather than focusing on the negative issues they face.
The funding will be used to run regular support sessions for people experiencing alcohol dependency. The project aims to help people increase their mental and physical health and wellbeing whilst assisting their on-going recovery.
The People's Centre 22 Feb 2017
The funding will be used by a voluntary organisation to create a service for the local community focussing on advice and information on a range of employment, welfare benefits and housing issues.
The funding will be used to run training and awareness workshops, promoting healthy lifestyles to people within local black and minority ethnic (BME) communities. The project aims to address health needs and raise awareness of available health services and facilities.