- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 14 Sep 1999
- Latest award date
- 22 May 2019
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
The group will use the funding to plan and run community Carnival event. This will engage the local community in a multi-cultural event to improve community cohesion. The project will also provide volunteers with essential skills and experience in planning events which enable the support further events.
Perry Barr Community Cares Programme 17 Aug 2016
The project will use the funding to create a youth club and community forum group. This will bring the community together using positive activities to encourage greater tolerance and understanding.
The project will use the funding to improve play equipment at the school. This will encourage children to take part in exercise and lead to healthier lifestyles.
Wrestle to Enrich Communities 11 Jan 2017
The funding will be used by this group to run a series of wrestling and martial arts classes for children and young people living in an area of deprivation. This will increase participation in physical activity and improve self-esteem and wellbeing.
The Friday Advocacy Surgery 08 Mar 2017
A weekly advocacy surgery will be provided with this funding. People will be able to access, understand and navigate public services, giving them a better chance in life.
Gambian Cultural Weekend 11 Nov 2016
The project will use the funding to run a two-day sporting, cultural and musical extravaganza. This will enable the organisation to promote traditional Gambian and Senegalese culture and bring the community together to integrate and have a deeper understanding and appreciation between members of the community.
Next Generation Youth Project 08 Feb 2017
This group will use the funding to offer support workshops to young carers in the black minority ethnic community. The workshops will offer them employment training and work experience, helping to reduce social isolation.
Tools For Change (TFC) 15 Apr 2015
The group will use the funding to up-skill young people from disadvantaged backgrounds so that they can deliver a range of community development projects. This will provide beneficiaries with a range of transferable employability skills and encourage community cohesion.
Community engagement on Sandon Road 01 Feb 2017
The funding will be used to carry out a community engagement project. This will enable the group to gauge the best way to manage and develop a local facility to the best benefit of the beneficiaries.
The group will use the funding to install a composting toilet on the allotment site, for the local community, including local care patients. This will provide a much needed facility to ensure increased community use.
Vision 2020 Access for All 06 Apr 2016
The group will use the funding to replace their access and exit provisions for older people, the visually impaired and those living with physical disabilities, as their community building does not meet current health and safety legislation. This will improve this community facility by ensuring its safe and continued use.
Paddle Birmingham 11 May 2016
The group will use the funding to provide rowing sessions for women, girls, older people, those living with disabilities and BME groups. This will enable beneficiaries to improve their physical health and wellbeing.
The Morning and Afternoon Club (The MAC Project) 06 Jul 2016
The school will use the funding to provide pre and after school clubs on the themes of numeracy, literacy, health and careers for young people who are at risk of academic underachievement. This will enable beneficiaries to improve their skills and knowledge in these areas, leading to better chances in life in the long term.
COMMUNITY ONLINE 24 Jun 2015
The group will use the funding to deliver ICT skills training for the benefit of refugees and migrant community members living in Birmingham. This will improve beneficiaries ICT skills, enabling them to search for employment with more confidence.
Somalia Independence day in Birmingham 19 Dec 2016
This project is a festival to celebrate Somali Independence Day. This will bring people together to improve community cohesion.
The school will use the funding to offer drama workshops for children in the school holidays, using the arts to engage young people in positive social activities and encourage cultural integration.
One in Four Festival 10 Jun 2015
The group will use the funding to deliver an event that will both showcase the artistic skills of mental health service users and host workshops on themes related to ill mental health. This will raise awareness of factors that contribute to ill mental health and engage beneficiaries in activities designed to improve their overall health and wellbeing.
Care, Share and Aware 03 Mar 2016
The group will use the funding to develop their service provision for older people in the community and replace the worn carpet in the social activity area in the church building. This will build their capacity to bring more people together with additional social activities and reduce isolation.
Stockland Green grows greener 08 Jul 2015
The group will use the funding to extend local allotment facilities so that more people can access the positive physical and mental health benefits of being outside with nature.
Positive Steps to Wellbeing 26 Aug 2015
The group will use the funding to run a self empowerment and wellbeing programme for young women who experience low confidence and self esteem. This will enable women to share learning and improve confidence levels, developing new skills which will also enhance employment prospects.