- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 20 Apr 2006
- Latest award date
- 09 Sep 2020
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Wilmslow & District Furniture Recycling 07 Dec 2017
Wilmslow & District Furniture Recycling (formerly Wythenshawe Development Trust) assist disadvantaged and vulnerable individuals and families in need in south Manchester and north-east Cheshire by recycling unwanted furniture. They also provide local employment opportunities for people and encourage local recycling schemes to reduce environmental damage. The grant will make a contribution towards the general running costs of their work in the local community.
CHAWREC 02 Oct 2017
We would like to develop a series of activities that tackle community cohesion from several angles - 1) from a 'whole community' perspective through actions that bring communities together in localities where there have been new arrivals to promote integration and cultural awareness such as bring and share and 'meet your neighbour' events 2) from an empowerment perspective through the development of community champions being equipped with the tools to challenge extremist views and offer alternative viewpoints and 3) from an individual perspective through activities that reduce isolation for target communities such as coffee mornings.
Fallen Angels 23 Nov 2017
The Comic Relief Core Strengths funding will enable Fallen Angels Dance Theatre (FADT) to initiate a relationship with UCLan (University of Central Lancashire) to develop a bespoke interactive tool that would enable FADT to measure their impact, and better understand the journey our beneficiaries as they navigate through their projects. The grant will fund the time of a core staff member and consultancy fees.
Burtonwood Sewing 23 Nov 2017
Burtonwood Sewing Group provide weekday sewing classes and offer a warm welcome to all, promote greater social inclusion and resilience in the local community. They wish to continue with their work and would also like to expand activity to provide specialist sessions for children and young people, incorporating sewing techniques into art, craft and textile activities as a means of increasing engagement with young people, developing their skills and contributing to the local community and hope this will encourage them to stay away from anti-social behaviour. The grant will be spent on core costs for the organisation as outlined in the project budget.
Neighbour Favour 23 Nov 2017
Neighbour Favour provide support to older people in the Burtonwood and Winwick areas of Warrington which are quite geographically remote from the centre of Warrington and lack easy access to services for older people. The grant will be used to contribute towards the core running costs of their vehicle for 12 months. This includes tax, insurance, permits and servicing.
Autism Inclusive 23 Nov 2017
Autism Inclusive provide supportive services and events for individuals on the autistic spectrum. Currently all their trustees are on the autism spectrum and this can make certain essential aspects of running their organisation very difficult - particularly in the areas of promotion and marketing and project development, where there is normally a necessity to meet individuals on a face-to-face basis or speak to them over the telephone. This kind of contact is often very problematic for individuals on the autism spectrum and this barrier is currently detrimental to their ability to develop and grow as an organisation and continue to offer key services to those who need them. The Comic Relief Core Strengths grant will employ a part time Development Coordinator 8.5 hours per week for a period of 48 weeks to help strengthen the core operational activities of the organisation, necessary to help the organisation remain sustainable and grow in the future.
Donor Directly supporting a project (anonymised) 18 Jul 2017
grant to enable Clonter Farm Music Trust to continue to provide music and operate experiences to disadvantaged children.
Mature Movers 13 Mar 2017
The Wolves Foundation are a registered charity affiliated to the Warrington Wolves Rugby League Football Club delivering a range of charitable activities within the communities of Warrington. The project is to provide a range of Mature Movers dance and exercise classes for older people aged 50+ throughout Warrington, developing current provision to attract new participants to make the groups sustainable and offer further opportunities for current participants. The project will develop 3 new classes within the deprived areas of Orford and Dallam/Bewsey & Whitecross and a new Mature Movers class specifically for older adults with impairments and additional needs, together with 2 x en mass Mature Movers events inviting all groups to participate and to encourage new members. The Grant will contribute towards tutor costs, refreshments, venue hire, administration and marketing and refreshments.
Mind Body and Soul 08 Nov 2017
Ethnic Over 50's Yoga Group are a friendship group who meet every week for 2 hours for light exercise/yoga, followed by a support and friendship group. They also help members to build relationships with the wider community and invite guest speakers to educate and empower them, through information on both support services and leisure time activities. The project aims to reduce social isolation, achieve healthier mind, body and soul, improved sleep, support for one another, reduce anxiety and build strong bonds. The grant will cover room hire, trainer fees, and to celebrate cultural heritage through social get togethers at important dates throughout the faith calendar Diwali, Vaisakhi ( historical and religious festival in Sikhism and Hinduism), Lohri (folk festival) and Lohri (New Year celebrated in Punjab).
Just Drop In is established for the Benefit the young people of Macclesfield and surrounding areas providing a welcoming and comfortable centre hosted by volunteers from the community, providing assistance and information relating to their needs, expert advice and access to information related to education, employment, training, housing, health, benefits and leisure matters. The project will continue a project originally funded in 2016 to provide a qualified and experienced young person’s Counsellor to Tytherington High School for 10 hours a week to support young people attending the school. The grant will pay for the salary costs of the Coordinator, plus a small amount of resources.
Careing for carers in Knutsford 20 Feb 2017
To provide advice, information and an opportunity for carers of a disabled child or young person to have some 'me' time to meet other carers and relax. The aim of the project is to support parent carers as many feel lonely and isolated. This will give them the opportunity to meet and mix with others, to have fun, some treats and give them some support.
Message Not Delivered 26 Oct 2017
New Vic Borderlines specialise in using theatre to help individuals find new and positive ways to understand themselves, their communities and their responsibilities as citizens. Message Not Delivered is a project which takes a hard-hitting play and workshops to driving age children in schools and colleges. The play tackles the issue of distractions whilst driving, especially the use of mobile phones and the often traumatic, catastrophic or fatal consequences that can arise if things go wrong. The workshops further explore issues relating to the play and the change in attitiudes and behaviour that could prevent such dire consequences. Funding will allow us to take the project to 1320 young people in Cheshire schools and colleges.
Chapter (West Cheshire) Ltd provide a range of support services for people with mental health conditions across Cheshire. The project will run wellbeing workshops for isolated people in Neston with severe mental health diagnoses, who come from low income backgrounds, to improve their wellbeing by improving their self-esteem, confidence, personal hygiene, improve how much they look after themselves and improve their options and confidence in relation to engaging in activities around and outside of Neston. The grant will fund Activity costs, room hire, refreshments, transport and small capital expenditure items for the activities.
Provision of a series of interventions to family groups exposed the 22nd May 2017 bombing in Manchester. The project will target beneficiaries resident in Cheshire. The interventions are designed to be delivered in day-long settings, but can be adapted to work overnight using the Warrington Peace Centre’s residential facilities. The interventions will aim to increase resilience and family cohesion by (re)developing connections within families, repairing and enhancing sources of social support.
JUMP Childrens 03 Apr 2017
JUMP Childrens Charity is a fantastic example of how volunteers and professional organisations and their people can be brought together to achieve positive outcomes for children and young people affected by life limiting health conditions.
Manchester Titans 30 Aug 2017
The programme has currently reached over 600 young people across Greater Manchester in the last two years alone, out of those 600 a further 105 have become active participants competing in the league. We have over 50 women involved at a high level of our sport and 4 of those represent Great Britain.
sibling carers 13 Mar 2017
Central Cheshire Buddy Scheme supports children and young people with disabilities, carers and siblings. The project is to produce a film or DVD to be shown to professionals about how being a young carer can affect their lives, helping them to understand how they can be better supported. The grant will be used to cover staffing costs, drama, dance and art sessions, publicity material, the cost of producing the film, team building exercises and other small costs.
Heads Up with the Wolves 23 Nov 2017
The Warrington Wolves Foundation project will engage hard to reach young people and create a group of young volunteers linked to the foundation. The project will build upon their work with their existing young trustees, who work alongside their main board and have a non-exec role within the main trustee board. The young trustees will meet regularly to look at issues facing young people and explore what support can be provided to them. A key focus for the young volunteers will be developing and promoting Mental Health & Emotional Well Being and they will hold a conference (likely to involve 150 young people from local schools) to raise awareness of Mental Health & Emotional Well being. This project will not only raise awareness of mental health and attached stigma it will provide a mechanism for young people to reach out for support. The lasting impact of this project will be the development of empowered young people with the skills to champion further actions, it will amplify the voice of young people and connect them with relevant stakeholders to make change.