- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 10 Mar 1998
- Latest award date
- 12 Mar 2019
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
To buy a purpose-built caravan for disabled people and their carers for respite breaks.
To contribute towards the running costs of a furniture recycling project in Teesside.
To recruit, train and support community volunteers working in Breckfield in Liverpool.
To fund a project in Northumberland and Cumbria working with communities, using dance and movement to address issues of health and wellbeing.
To employ a welfare rights officer, working with disabled people in Sunderland .
To employ a worker to promote financial awareness across the community through training to alleviate debt.
To employ a co-ordinator following the amalgamation of four North East branches into one administrative area.
To increase the safety and protection of children by developing registered childminders child protection policies across Scotland.
Grant awarded to United Response (Tyne & Wear) 07 Aug 2001
To improve the personal development and communication abilities of people with learning disabilities living in the North East.
To support an advocacy service while funding from the local authority is sought.
To fund excavation and education programmes, imperiled by loss of income due to Foot and Mouth Disease.
To organise an activity group to help mothers, female carers and their children overcome disadvantage.
Towards a project which aims to raise awareness of the dangers of HIV and Aids at the annual Pride event in Manchester.
To employ a playworker to support disabled children.
To develop a luncheon club, together with a programme of activities.
To encourage the use of 'resting perches' to promote walking for older people living in Scotland.
To provide intensive training to voluntary organisations to assist them in developing a robust financial and management strategy.
To employ a part-time worker to work with the children of refugees and asylum seekers.