- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 03 Feb 2015
- Latest award date
- 12 Mar 2019
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Rye and District Street Pastors provide caring, listening and help for individuals out in the town's clubs and pubs, through practical acts of support. Funding was provided towards their general running costs.
Grant to Off The Fence Trust 20 Nov 2017
The Antifreeze centre, through the Off the Fence Trust, provides a safe space and welcoming place to connect with others in the community, and offers practical and emotional support for exiting homelessness. Funding was provided towards running costs.
Grant to Brighton Surf Life Saving Club 16 Mar 2018
Brighton Surf Life Saving Club, provides people of all ages with the opportunity to enjoy the sea in a fun and safe environment, with training, equipment and a variety of membership types. Funding was provided to enable them to purchase an Arancia Inshore Rescue Boat (IRB) and engine.
Grant to Stonepillow 20 Mar 2018
Stonepillow provide both overnight hostel faculties (365 days a year) and a daytime Hub (3 days per week) in Bognor Regis. They recently purchased a new 14 bed property to increase the capacity of their overnight hostel from 10 to 14 beds. Funding was provided for the additional staff required to support the increase in residents.
Grant to Rye Community Garden 20 Nov 2017
Rye Community Garden is open to all and offers a place for local people to come together. Funding was provided towards the cost of recruiting a co-ordinator for the garden's volunteers and activities.
Grant to Lancing United Football Club 19 Mar 2018
A grant was provided towards Lancing Football Club's 'train and retain' programme. The aim of this programme is to keep people involved in football. Funding was provided to enable them to hire a part time UEFA qualified coach to work with all the age groups and local schools.
Grant to Rye News CIC 21 Mar 2018
We are an online community newspaper, run by volunteers, and we publish each week news, information and opinions on issues that interest and concern the community of Rye and District. Funding was provided to enable them to purchase new visual display materials as well as modern visual and audio recording equipment, specifically an SLR camera and a digital recorder.
CASE is a community based charity that seeks to prevent and alleviate poverty in the City of Brighton and Hove and surrounding areas through the provision of: 1. Welfare rights advice, advocacy and support. 2. A social space offering free food, clothes and books. 3. Organising free educational and recreational events and outings. Funding was provided towards their Children's Christmas Party and pantomime trips.
Grant to Iden Bowls Club 19 Oct 2017
Iden Bowls club is a small local bowls club which provides the game of bowls to both experienced and non-experienced players. Funding was provided towards a new Sorrel Roller to help maintain their bowling green.
Grant to Friday Friends Community Group 17 Jul 2017
The Friday Friends Community Club provides a lunch club for the Over 60's of Moulscoombe. Funding was provided for a community event celebrating the Queens 60th Reign, primarily for elderly residents.
Grant to Work People CIC 20 Nov 2017
The Work People was formed in 2013 to help people in Hastings identify and access suitable learning, employment and enterprise opportunities. Funding was provided towards a range of core costs.
Grant to Autumn Stone 16 Mar 2018
Autumn Stone was formed and is run by peers with lived experience of mental ill-health. Funding was provided towards supporting freelance work opportunities for 5 Peer Support Specialists who are people living with their own mental health recovery. This will enable them to support other people who live with mental health illness.
Grant to Ouse Valley Cycle Network 20 Nov 2017
The aim of the Ouse Valley Cycle Network is to create a safe shared route from Newhaven to Lewes along the River Ouse. The first section was opened in 2013 and the route is now half complete. Funding was provided to support costs associated in helping them to move on to the next stages including a detailed planning application, engineering costs and surveys.
Grant to Family Support Work 16 Mar 2018
Family Support Work helps vulnerable children and families in Sussex to overcome and prevent multiple and complex issues. Funding was provided towards establishing a new Family Support Worker in Crawley to intensively support over 30 vulnerable families and 80+ children. This Family Support Worker will provide one-to-one intensive support to help families overcome multiple and complex difficulties and prevent future crisis.
Flamenco, Rumba and Tango Course 11 Jun 2018
Funding was provided to pay for a flamenco tutor and room hire at The Bridge. This will enable the group to offer seven sessions, which will be open to new people who would like to try flamenco.
Grant to Kemp Town Gardening and Community Group 22 Feb 2018
Kemptown Gardening and Community Group undertake a number of social and fund-raising activities for their community. Funding was provided to support the costs of hanging baskets.
Grant to East Park Riding for the Disabled Group 19 Mar 2018
East Park Riding for the Disabled work with children and young people with learning and physical disabilities. Funding was provided to pay for their RDA qualified instructors, who teach eight riding sessions per week during term time.
PARENTS READING PROJECT 17 Jul 2017
St Mark's CE Primary School are developing a new canopy area for drop in parent/child reading sessions and workshops that will promote a love of reading for the families. Funding was provided to support the costs of providing seating and books for this new area.
Grant to Age UK East Grinstead and District 16 Mar 2018
Age UK East Grinstead and District support around 500 older people across East Grinstead and surrounding rural villages. Funding was provided to enable them to develop their Outreach Service within the East Grinstead district through a Village Agent model, a conduit between older vulnerable, excluded people and community, statutory and voluntary groups that offers solutions to specific needs.