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- 02 Jan 2017
- Latest award date
- 23 Dec 2017
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This group will engage with a carnival artist who will work with schools and colleges to produce a festival tableaux. The funding will also provide transportation to the festival for performers from diverse communities as well as provide resources for the volunteers. The festival will bring people together and build strong relationships in the community.
SMA Support NI Christmas Party for Kids with SMA 14 Sep 2017
The group is a UK wide organisation providing support to people affected by Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA). The project used the £2,850 grant to organise a Christmas party and visit from Santa for children with SMA across Northern Ireland.
Centenary Celebration Diner 04 Dec 2017
This group, based in Midlothian, will host a dinner to celebrate their 100th anniversary. It will bring together old and current members and the group will stage an exhibition of the history of both the village of Cousland and the organisation itself.
The funding will be used to run eating disorder workshops which aim to empower people to live a more fulfilled and healthy life.
Greening the Welcome In 19 Apr 2017
The group will redesign the grounds of the new community centre, which will enable them to provide therapeutic garden activities and will also create a volunteering hub to facilitate the future involvement of volunteers in creating and maintenance of the site with the aim of engaging young people.
Dramatherapy at the Daylight Centre 22 Nov 2017
This project will run drama therapy sessions for people living with learning disabilities and autism, teaching them new skills which will improve their quality of life.
Travelling-on. 09 Aug 2017
The project will support adults aged 16 plus from Traveller communities and aims to increase confidence, skills, health and well-being. This will enable them to seek further opportunities and improve integration in their community. There will be a focus on engagement and developing positive attitudes within individuals. Activities such women groups and arts and crafts will be included as well as formal training to address areas such as healthy eating, dietary and lifestyle advice.
Platform Lift for wheelchair passengers 04 Oct 2017
The charity will use the funding to replace their broken wheelchair platform lift, enabling people to access the hall for community activities.
Glen Development Initiative 22 Jun 2017
The group based in the Glen and Lower Rosemount area of Derry/Londonderry provides recreational, social and physical activities. They are using £10,000 to provide a range of events throughout the year.
The WellyBeing Project 13 Sep 2017
This charity will provide various farm based activities for people with a range a complex needs, providing therapeutic support to help address their issues.
FIVE-0 and On The Go 05 May 2017
The ‘+FIVE-0 & On The Go’ project is reducing social isolation and improving health and wellbeing for people over 50 in the Newtownabbey and Antrim area. The three-year project is using a £249,508 grant for staff costs, training volunteers, and to run activities, including health checks, day trips, cooking, line dancing, digital photography, and events. Older people will be supported to become volunteers and help others, and the project will use their skills to help other community groups.
Chickenley - one community 30 Nov 2017
The group will offer play provisions for young people, employment support and courses, training for parents of children starting nursery and alcohol and drug awareness education sessions for young people, alongside a variety of social events and activities for the whole community. This will ensure support and provisions for people of all ages, and will bring the community together.
Sensory Training program 02 Aug 2017
This group will use the funding to purchase new computer and display equipment and for 12 months of technical support. This will improve the group’s capacity to provide in house and external training and improve learning opportunities for families whose children have additional learning needs.
This group will use the funding to engage a support officer and a development officer so that they can carry out more activities in the Perth and Fife area. They will also set up new volunteer led groups for older people aged 70 and over who experience social isolation and loneliness.
The project will train volunteers and provide more clinical supervision for the rape helpline ran by the group.
New Horizons 24 May 2017
This project will develop a new multi-skills based training project located in the Sherwood estate of Tunbridge Wells. This will provide vocational building trade skills and qualifications for people living in areas of deprivation..
This project will increase the capacity of the group’s mental health helpline and publicise its services through a roadshow, helping people with issues such as depression to receive support.