- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 10 Apr 2001
- Latest award date
- 07 Jun 2018
- Total GBP grants
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- Largest GBP award
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Media and communications workshops 17 Feb 2005
CSV Media is the arm of CSV which seeks to use media to empower and inform people to give different communities a voice. The project 'FIRST' will work with people who are disadvantaged in the labour market and have low levels of IT skills. It will run a series of workshops around the Ipswich area on the subject of interactive storytelling enabling people to share experiences and gain understanding.
Six-Road Shows Throughout Cambridgeshire 05 Aug 2005
Community Service Volunteers (CSV) Media in Cambridge has been awarded a grant to enable them to carry out a range of activities as part of their commemoration and celebration of the 60th Anniversary of the end of WW2. The project will include original BBC 1940's style radio equipment to broadcast archive audio material, where the children will be allowed to read them and make up their own editions to be recorded to take home.
The Skills Swap Project 21 May 2009
The Skills Swap project will establish three Local Action Groups comprising older and younger people throughout Rhondda Cynon Taf that will plan and facilitate a programme of intergenerational 'Skills Swap' sessions to be delivered in community venues and schools.
Active Volunteering 10 Sep 2008
This is a collaborative project to enrich the lives of people with disabilities by empowering them to participate in community life through volunteering. It operates across the London Borough of Barnet. The expansion is in increased capacity to cope with a waiting list and to try to engage the most hard-to-reach disabled people currently not involved with the services.
This national charity will use an award to establish a Retired and Senior Volunteer Programme (RSVP) in deprived areas of Liverpool and Manchester. This new initiative will offer volunteering opportunities for older people through a range of recruitment and training activities, enabling participants to develop new skills. The project will also reduce isolation by helping older people to become actively engaged in their local community and make a positive contribution to people in need.
This project will train and equip older people to act as volunteers to lead local activities for their peers in Manchester. Volunteers will choose to partake in three areas; active body activities, active mind activities and intergenerational activities. An example of an active body group could be walking groups, six to be established where volunteers are trained as walk leaders and first aiders.
Sex Matters 25 May 2010
Sex Matters aims to improve the sexual health and well-being of young people aged 14 - 25 living in disadvantaged areas of Gwent. Working with Gwent NHS Trust 150 young people will be recruited and trained as Sex Matters volunteers. After receiving relevant training the volunteers will set-up and deliver 288 Sex Matters workshops over 3 years.
To support the development of the WASSUP project.
Grant to Volunteering Matters 11 May 2017
£135,000 over three years (3 x £45,000) for the salary, project delivery and support costs of an Inclusion Worker engaging young disabled people in volunteering.
The project is a three day canoe camp for young people from an alternative curriculum Group. The money is for canoes, shelter and food and supervising staff costs.
WW2 Storytelling 28 Apr 2005
The Community Service Volunteers will use their award to carry out oral reminiscence sessions at 9 locations nationwide (Belfast, Glasgow, Manchester, Middlesbrough, London, Plymouth, Brighton, Ipswich and Birmingham). memories and experiences of veterans will be recorded by trained staff and will then be transcribed onto a CD for local distribution and also put on the BBC People's War website.
Outside The Box 13 Oct 2006
This registered charity aims to provide education and support for volunteers. Their project will set up an environmental resource/lending library for the local community.
GO London 14 Jun 2006
The group will organise a joint project with GO London where they will provide 20 volunteers for special GO London events in the four main areas of London. The events will include pond and scrub clearance at Epping Forest, Barn Hill in Brent and Fryent Country Park and the clearance of the River Roding with Lea Rivers Trust.
RSVP Volunteers 14 Dec 2005
Under their Retired and Senior Volunteer Programme, this group will place volunteers over 50 years of age with York's Out Of School clubs. They will bring experience and creativity to children under 10 years old. The award is for volunteer expenses, promotional materials, room hire and CSV travel expenses.
Raising Awareness of Bogus Callers 07 Sep 2005
This award will help raise older people's awareness of distraction burglaries/bogus callers. Volunteers will provide information and advice about prevention tactics and how older people could best respond to an unusual caller. Isolated older people will be particularly targeted for this service with advice sessions being given mainly to small groups of older people and through community groups.
Cole Haven 07 May 2007
This group will develop area of woodland located within the heart of Birmingham's inner city, and create an outdoor education available to local schools and the wider community.