- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 19 Apr 2004
- Latest award date
- 01 Aug 2018
- Total GBP grants
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- Largest GBP award
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This is a project by a community organisation in Stroud, Gloucestershire, benefiting people across England. They will use the funding to stage an event for adults who have experienced the effects of Meningitis. This will help people to receive support and advice regarding the issues which impact on their health and wellbeing.
Closing The Circle 14 Feb 2018
This charity will recruit a part time worker who will coordinate and further develop the group’s job club, food bank, advice service and other community services. This will provide greater tailored support to the community in their time of need.
'Learning in the Outdoors' 18 Oct 2017
This school will purchase outdoor furniture and play equipment, providing an early learning facility for children who attend their pre-school.
HOPE – Helping our People Everyday 14 Feb 2018
Accessible, holistic support and early intervention will be funded for people experiencing bereavement. This project will help people manage their grief, reduce anxiety, develop coping strategies and move forward more positively following the death of loved ones. A new counsellor will help to reduce waiting list times and provide one-to-one specialist support for bereaved children and young people of school age. The group will also expand its remit to support people aged 18 to 24 who have lost a parent.
This funding will be used to expand the group’s dementia support activities into new areas across the city, improving more people’s wellbeing.
BADG Dyslexia Support 25 Jan 2018
A series of informative videos for people with dyslexia will be funded. These videos will include information, advice and guidance for people living with dyslexia.
Supporting Children & Families Needs 31 May 2017
This is a project by a charity in Solihull, benefiting people in Birmingham. They will use the funding to provide support to vulnerable families, including ethnic minorities and newly arrived communities. This will allow families to engage with specialist agencies and professionals and gain greater understanding of family support, education and legal systems.
This group will use the funding to purchase new furniture for their community hall as the existing furniture is no longer fit for purpose. This will provide an improved facility for use by local community groups.
Advocacy Support & Empowerment PLUS 21 Mar 2018
Support will be provided to people in Birmingham, with a specific focus on black, Asian and minority ethnic communities. This project aims to reduce levels of unmanageable debt by advising people on a range of options so they can better manage their situation. There will be a focus on improving people’s knowledge of their rights when dealing with bailiffs and evictions. They will also learn how to increase household incomes through welfare benefits, as well as budgeting skills and money management.
Do It Yourself (DIY) 31 Jan 2018
A range of educational workshops and trips will be funded for Pakistani young people and adults, to help them to feel less isolated, develop new skills and cultural understanding, and build confidence to empower them to tackle their day-to-day problems.
This funding will provide community drop in services for women affected by domestic violence, female genital mutilation and forced marriage, specifically from the black and minority ethnic community. Casework and additional support will also be funded to effectively address wider issues around their circumstances.
IT Skills Training Centre 14 Jun 2017
Computers, laptops, software, projectors, a television and an interactive smartboard will be purchased with this funding, so that the group can provide better technology training for people with learning disabilities. This will create new facilities for personal development and increase life chances in this community.
Upkeep of Grounds and New Equipment 11 Feb 2018
This funding will be used to upkeep the grounds and purchase new equipment for bowling activities. People will be able to take part in social activities which benefit their wellbeing and encourage the development of positive relationships with their peers.
Soho Market Place 27 Sep 2017
This group will hold a community market on a derelict inner city site. This will improve this former community site and encourage the development of positive relationships between local people.
This project will build on the existing work of the Damascus Road Second Chance Prison and Community programme, which supports men who have been involved in the criminal justice system. It aims to reduce re-offending rates and improve community cohesion by working with these men and their families. A 24 month programme of support will prepare people for release, support them as they re-settle into community and family life, and help them to plan for the future.
Shared Histories, Shared Identities 14 Feb 2018
Out-of-school activities will be provided for young people, exploring shared histories and identity and culminating in a community celebration event as part of Black History Month. This project will bring people together and increase dialogue and links in and across communities.
Fitness and Fun For All 05 Apr 2017
This school will use the funding to resurface the playground and provide fitness zones, which will encourage physical activity resulting in healthier lifestyles of the pupils.
Sharing Space 05 Jul 2017
This group will use the funding to develop a community safety and personal resilience programme for 35 children and young people who are at high risk of becoming involved in anti-social behaviour. This will engage children and young people in positive activities to raise their aspirations, build confidence and make healthier life choices.
This school will use the funding to create an outdoor space where early years children can engage in creative and investigative play. This will engage children and their parents to strengthen their relationships, which will support the development of skills in communication, as well as physical skills.
Spearhead - Women Together Project 30 Aug 2017
This group will use the funding to employ engagement workers who will work with women from vulnerable backgrounds and experiencing issues such as domestic violence. This will help them to receive support regarding the issues impacting on their lives.