- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 06 Jan 2017
- Latest award date
- 21 Dec 2017
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
First Steps 03 May 2017
This project will use funding to provide basic English lessons for women from the Bangladeshi community. This will enable the women to improve their employment prospects.
Soil Sisters 12 Jul 2017
This group will use horticulture and cooking to increase social inclusion and improve the health and wellbeing of women fleeing domestic violence and abuse. The project will operate within five refuges, supporting women and children and providing specialist support for women with Turkish, Iranian and South Asian heritage including those affected by sexual violence fleeing forced marriage. The neglected grounds within the refuges will provide a therapeutic growing area and positive environment.
Diabetes is manageable, ignorance Kills! 25 Apr 2017
The funding will be used to run training and support sessions about Type 2 Diabetes for people living with the disease. The project aims to address health inequalities through awareness raising and informative support.
This project will deliver a programme of volunteer training activities that are designed to support community events and voluntary organisations. This will create new opportunities for community engagement and improve the local volunteering infrastructure.
'Hot Spots' - Menopause and Wellbeing Group 19 Apr 2017
The funding will be used to run support sessions for women experiencing or approaching the menopause that will allow them to share their experiences. The project aims to support people’s wellbeing through the provision of informative activities.
No Feedback UnLTD 18 Oct 2017
This project will use a series of workshops to educate participants and the wider community about discrimination and exclusion issues, enabling them to educate schools and community groups in order to identify solutions at the earliest opportunity.
Wadajir Homework Club 11 Apr 2017
This project will run a twice weekly pilot of supplementary school sessions which will support families from the Somali and wider community. This will provide additional educational support and improve chances in life.
The LEAP Project 17 May 2017
This project will improve the quality of life of people with mental health. It will provide opportunities for those supported to become Community Peer Leaders to then facilitate and develop social community groups. A Peer Champion Training Programme will train Leaders in group facilitation, first aid, mentoring, befriending, confidentiality, and safeguarding vulnerable adults. This will enable group members to share their experiences in activities such as sports, gardening, arts, crafts, and film clubs.
Towards the “Wrap Up” London campaign to gather winter coats for the homeless.
What the River Brings 29 Nov 2017
This project will deliver a series of workshops and performances that will improve community relationships and celebrate cultural diversity.
New Beginning Project 26 Jul 2017
This group will use the funding to run a series of IT and English for Speakers of Other Languages training classes and provide volunteering opportunities for people from the European-Bangladeshi community. This will develop their skills, learning and opportunities, leading to better chances in life.
give and take teenage family open forum 29 Nov 2017
This project will run a range of activities including an open forum to discuss local issues, provision of hot meals and a food bank, a swap shop and parenting and computer classes. This will enable migrants and families in need to access support and develop their skills.
Social Ark Poplar Community Fitness 20 Dec 2017
This project will provide fitness classes for local people, giving them the opportunity to improve their wellbeing and socialise with others, encouraging positive community relations.
Grant to EFA London 05 Sep 2017
over three years as continuation funding towards the core costs of an organisation providing participatory ESOL classes in community settings for migrants in London
Asylum Support Appeals Project 31 Jan 2017
The funding is towards carrying out pre-litigation research and develop a full casework strategy in respect of anticipated unlawfulness in the implementation ofasylum support changes under Part 5 and Schedules 11 and 12 of the Immigration Act 2016, such thatany necessary litigation might be prompt promptly in response toimplementing regulations.
Centrepoint 02 Mar 2017
The funding is to support Centrepoint to research how the Youth Obligation affects disadvantaged young people's likelihood of engaging in education or employment. We will use the research to influence national employment and welfare policy using parliamentary events and meetings with civil servants. We will influence local employment support through partnership with London Jobcentre Plus.