- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 10 Mar 1998
- Latest award date
- 18 Dec 2020
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Grant to Volunteers Network CIC 09 Dec 2020
Volunteers Network is a community interest company that oversees the Eastbourne Volunteers project to get people involved with their community, reducing social isolation, addressing disadvantage and improving community cohesion in Sussex. Funding will launch Eastbourne’s first ‘community fridge’ at Langney Community Centre. ‘Langney Larder’ will give away free fruit, veg, bread, tins, packaged food etc.
Grant to Esteem 09 Dec 2020
ESTEEM offers young adults aged 14-26 opportunities to develop confidence, life-skills & improve well-being. By providing volunteering experience, 1:1 mentoring & training in a safe-space, ESTEEM helps to ease the transition into training, education and employment. Funding will support their cooking programme over the next 12 months. These sessions give young people who are in supported housing an opportunity to learn how to prepare a healthy meal and create a budget.
A top up grant towards the creation of a new Multi-Use Games Area (MUGA) at Chestnut Grove Academy in Balham, allowing the school to host community organisations and charities delivering activity programmes targeted at under-represented groups including women and girls, disadvantaged young people and people with a disability.
Grant to United St Saviour's Charity 27 Nov 2020
£261,520 over four years (4 x £65,380) from the original grant of £326,900 to Community Southwark be transferred to United St Saviour Charity to contribute to the costs of hosting Southwark Giving for 4 years.
Grant to Barking & Dagenham Giving 02 Nov 2020
£248,400 over 5 years (£33,500; £52,200; £54,200; £54,000; £54,500) towards the salary of a CEO, together with associated running costs.
Tackling Inequality (TI) 01 Nov 2020
Recipient of Stronger Communities grant funding which supports sport and physical activity projects tackling increased levels of social isolation and loneliness as a consequence of COVID-19.
Core funding, to replicate the Really NEET model in The Midlands, after successfully starting up in London 01 Nov 2020
Core funding to cover staff costs, supporting the development of a project in The Midlands, which will replicate and adapt the Really NEET model outside of South Yorkshire and London.