- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 01 Jan 2020
- Latest award date
- 30 Sep 2020
- Total GBP grants
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- Largest GBP award
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Expanding Delivery 07 Jan 2020
to help us continue to deliver our services for disabled children and adults in Trafford and in particular, our gaming service. This will include funding the Community Engagement and Fundraising Officer’s role and contribute to the costs of our centre where we are building a community of disabled gamers supported by local volunteers.
Contributing to the healthy Lifestyles fund to increase the impact and outcomes of the fund
SMCP Allotment Project 17 Jan 2020
We want to build raised beds for future planting this will involve including local community in the construction and preparation o f a number of raised planting bays for growing vegetables and flowers etc. Also to involve local people then in the planting and growing of fruit, vegetables and flowers.
We are proposing a collaboration between Trafford Council, British Red Cross and Trafford Housing Trust, to develop an integrated response to hoarding which maximises our respective expertise to achieve better outcomes for Trafford residents.
Easter Holiday Club 29 Jan 2020
Eater football holiday camp to be run over 2 week easter period on a Monday, Wednesday and Friday between 10 and 3pm at St Brides field, Old Trafford
POSH – DISABLED ACCESS PROJECT 2019 03 Feb 2020
Our community building is over 100 years old and used to be the hub of Partington for educational needs at this time. We therefore need to bring this up to date to accommodate and make more environmentally and disabled friendly which is acceptable in our current climate.
RESET 2020 04 Feb 2020
The RESET 2020 event will build on the success of 2019. Working with young people to create an exhibition of art and media to share their experiences will allow experienced facilitators to open up discussions around mental health, challenging stigma and helping young people via signposting to relevant support agencies.
Stronger Together 06 Feb 2020
Parent carer engagement and peer to peer support for SEND children, young people and families. We want to continue our role as a leading parent carer forum within Trafford, providing support to parent carers across the borough, increase our low-level support and introduce peer to peer support services, which would complement the Local Offer and the SEND Information and Advice Service (SENDIAS) from the LA which supports the delivery of the LA’s statutory duties under the Children and Families Act 2014 (CAFA).
Active Appetites- Munch Club 13 Feb 2020
Munch Club is a holiday club for for children in years 1-6, who have been identified by local schools and authorities, whom may not receive a hot meal at home during the holidays due to poverty. The club will cater for up to 35 children and provide drinks, snacks and daily activities such as science sessions with Spi Club, sports, arts and crafts. During each session the children will have a hot lunch together. The club will run at Easter, Whit and Summer.
Supporting families of Prisoners in Trafford 14 Feb 2020
We are a charity based in Trafford that wants to improve its capacity to support the family of those in prison and learn more from the work it does by improving its approach to monitoring and evaluation.
Lifeshare @ Limelight 18 Feb 2020
The service operates from 7am to 9am, every Saturday and Sunday morning from Limelight in Stretford. On an average weekend morning, we will serve 50-60 cooked breakfasts (bacon, sausage, egg, beans and tomatoes), and provide cereal, toast, tea, coffee and biscuits to those in need – all free of charge. That’s around 5,000-6,000 breakfasts a year.
Timperley Boxing Holiday Club 27 Feb 2020
We want to repeat the successful holiday club we ran during August 2019. This was holiday hunger club. It was a good club for the children and many attendees have continued to attend the club. The children progressed quickly over the three week holiday period we did last summer due to attending daily. We as were quite surprised at the need for food to be provided for the children during the school holidays and how hungry they were. The club would be Easter Holidays for 2 weeks May Holidays for 2 weeks August Holidays for 4 weeks.
Expanding TBBT 05 Mar 2020
planning further expansion over the next 3 years, at least doubling our overall impact in Greater Manchester to provide; 20,000 registered members, 5,000 of which we anticipate to be in the Trafford Borough with annual savings of over £2M and delivering over 5M meals per annum.
To provide a range of positive family focused activities (that includes a mid day meal) targeting in particular those children and families suffering with food poverty during school holidays. The target community is Oldfield Brow, an area where we have a high profile as well having THT social housing stock
Summer Holiday Lunch Club 09 Mar 2020
Families with students on free school meals will receive information about the Summer Holiday Lunch Club. Each family will be contacted, by letter, and invited to complete a registration form. pastoral staff will identify those families who made need assistance with form completion. Each family will be issued with dated vouchers which will entitle them to pick up a £9.50 bag of sandwich makings items, every Monday over two time slots.
Active Appetites- Munch Club 10 Mar 2020
Munch Club is a free holiday club for for children in years 1-6, who have been identified by local schools and authorities, whom may not receive a hot meal at home during the holidays due to poverty. The club will cater for up to 35 children and provide drinks, snacks and daily activities.such as, dance, sports, arts and crafts. During each session the children will have a hot lunch together.
Sale Moor Lunch Club 16 Mar 2020
The project will aim to achieve the 4hrsx4daysx4weeks model in summer and 4hrsx3 days in Easter and Whit. We are aiming for 20 participants on each event. We have previously provided an activity at each event (gaming, arts & crafts, table sports, t-shirt making, street art) and intend to continue this method.
ROC Mentoring and Craft Workshops 20 Mar 2020
This programme aims to effect positive change in people’s lives by supporting families (with at least one child under the age of 12) over a long period of time, through challenges such as: isolation and family breakdown - making friends, being active, connecting socially; mental health - self-esteem, stress management - exercise, healthy diet; long term unemployment – education, training and finding employment; financial management – paying off bills, budgeting; reducing the stress of parenting – parenting skills/techniques; and independent living skills.