- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 19 Apr 2004
- Latest award date
- 01 Aug 2018
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Welcome 25 Apr 2018
A community arts engagement event will be funded to support people from the refugee and asylum seeker community. This will create new relationships and improve cultural understanding.
You Matter Volunteers 14 Jun 2018
A volunteer coordinator will be hired to recruit and train more volunteers. The volunteers will then work with young people living with poor mental health and other conditions to support them with important life decisions.
This funding will be used to train volunteers who will help stage the annual Northfield carnival. The event aims to bring the community together and provide an opportunity for volunteers to develop skills which will help them find employment.
Orthorexia Phase II 03 May 2018
This project will increase the awareness of eating disorders through art performances. This will reduce stigma and increase understanding and empathy towards orthorexia.
City Year - Basic Training Academy 21 Jun 2018
This funding will be used to offer young volunteers training which will equip them with the skills to support pupils who are educationally disadvantaged. This will promote positive behaviour, improve learning and provide wellbeing support.
Healthy and Mature 25 Jul 2018
A series of taster workshops will be funded for elderly people. The project aims to use the taster sessions to determine future activities the organisation will offer.
SMYC Kick Start to Fitness 05 Jul 2018
This funding will be used to deliver free, personalised fitness activities that are designed to support young people who are at risk of the effects of obesity and anti-social behaviour. The project aims to improve levels of wellbeing and enhance levels of self-esteem.
Ability Trampoline 28 Jun 2018
This funding will be used to install an ability trampoline for children living with disabilities, aiming to improve wellbeing, fitness and coordination.
Unity Through Community Engagement 01 Aug 2018
This funding will be used to host a community engagement event with activities and workshops for local residents, aiming to bring people together.
A range of activities will be funded that bring people together and expand inter-generational relationships in the community.
Positive Steps to Wellbeing 25 Jul 2018
This funding will be used to deliver an emotional wellbeing programme for young women. The project aims to bring women together to share experiences and develop self-development skills.
Instalation of New Security Fencing 12 Jul 2018
This funding will be used to replace the fencing at an allotment site, creating a safe and improved space for the community.
No to Violence – ‘Believe’ 24 May 2018
This funding will be used to provide positive guidance and activities to prevent violence amongst young people. The project aims to eliminate gang violence and improve community safety.
Wheelchair Basketball 25 Apr 2018
This project uses wheelchair basketball to provide opportunities to those facing disadvantage, helping them to realise their full potential and reduce isolation. The group wants to encourage new members to take part in these social and physical activities.
Active Lifestyles Together 03 May 2018
This group will run a series of after school activities for local parents and children. This will help to build stronger family bonds and community relationships whilst also promoting health and confidence.
Deaf Elders Group - Birmingham 12 Jul 2018
A series of workshops and classes will be funded aimed at elderly people with hearing impairments. The project will help reduce isolation and provide people with important life skills and enjoyable activities.
Children's Saturday/Holiday Club 2018 14 Jun 2018
This funding will provide young people and their parents from the African and Caribbean community access to a range of support. The aim of the project is to help young people in their educational achievement and life skills and provide support to parents.
Saturday morning group 10 May 2018
Physical activities will be funded for children with disabilities, autism and behavioural issues. This will improve the development of good behaviour and important life skills.
A project to provide informative sessions and physical activities for people living with diabetes. This will increase participation in physical activities which have been designed to tackle identified health and well being issues.