- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 28 Jan 2004
- Latest award date
- 15 Nov 2019
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Batting practice 21 Aug 2012
Funding under Sport England's Small Grants funding programme for a Revenue project titled 'Batting practice'. This project lists its main activity as Cricket.
Pool kayaks for skills development 14 Feb 2017
Funding under Sport England's Small Grants funding programme for a Revenue project titled 'Pool kayaks for skills development'. This project lists its main activity as Canoeing.
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.
Headspace Cafe 03 Nov 2017
Visyon will offer opportunities for their young service users to engage in volunteering activities within Visyon itself. Visyon have an onsite café which the young people will work within, serving visitors and staff. The young people will be provided with training in food hygiene, customer service and meet-and-greet skills as appropriate. They would be supervised by Visyon’s experienced team with specialist knowledge in mental health support, and led on a day-to-day basis by the café supervisor. at the end of the project, the young people will produce an exhibition of their work to showcase their skills, which will raise awareness of the work of Visyon to a wider audience and demonstrate the positive activities young people recovering from mental health issues are involved in. This will be part of an Awards evening, where their work will be celebrated alongside other achievements to the local community, parents and carers.
Knutsford Abbeyfield is a purpose built home providing independent living for 11 elderly people in a secure environment. The project is to build a front extension incorporating a platform lift between ground and first floors. The lift is large enough to accommodate a wheelchair, the extension will also include a single storey extension to the existing small ground floor office.The grant will make a contribution towards the total cost of the building works and the lift. The alterations will greatly improve accessibility to the first floor for any residents their visitors and family members with mobility difficulties.
Flip the negative 23 Nov 2017
Crewe YMCA's project "Flip The Negative" which will see young people who have experienced homelessness telling their stories through workshops, using DVD and photography. Young people will produce a a Calendar which will be for sale to the general public which will depict some of the the issue of homelessness in a different light giving out real images of young people who are positively building their lives. Their stories in the calendar will be about their assets and not their problems, to re-define some of the language about homelessness and be seen for who they are. The grant will be used to provide staff time so that young people can participate in using media particularly photography to record their stories whilst developing skills and promoting their work to the community at large, The grant will also pay for publicity, volunteer expenses, software, materials, travel project overheads.
Giving Back: Jude's Community Showcase 07 Nov 2018
Jude Theatre CIC work closely with marginalised, disadvantaged, disabled and mainstream communities to provide theatre-based psychology-grounded applied theatre projects, groups and workshops which is usually tailored to focus on key issues impacting both individuals and the wider Cheshire community. This showcase project will enable us to bring all of these groups together as distinct parts of the whole community to share and celebrate in the work they have produced across their communities within the community of Cheshire this year, allowing for, facilitation and enhancing community integration. The grant funding will contribute towards vital staffing, organising, publicity and resources costs which coupled with the contributions in kind of time and spaces from Judes volunteers, partners and supporters will make the showcase possible. We work with people who are physically or mentally disabled, face learning difficulties and mental heath issues, live in poevrty or come from difficult backgrounds and as a whole who are generally in need and this project would allow them to integrate and share with their community, braking down stereotypes and barriers and encouraging conversations, integration and understaning.
Crewe Amateur Musicals Society 28 Sep 2018
Crewe Amateur Musicals Society is a registered charity performing one main musical a year. By gaining funding this will provide us with a fantastic platform to engage with a wider audience, offer our services to people that may not have been able to take part before and to make the experience better for our current members. Therefore, the money donated will be used to pay for increase in advertising, members subscriptions in the form of bursaries, and a contribution to a new keyboard. By gaining this funding, we can continue within the Cheshire East area and really make a difference to many people.
Heroes Return 13 Sep 2004
A Second World War Veteran from Cornwall has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to India in October of this year. _x000B__x000B_Funding has also been provided for a spouse to travel with the Veteran._x000B_
Heroes Return 23 Aug 2004
A Second World War Widow from Cheshire has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Egypt in September of this year. Funding has also been provided for a carer to travel with the Widow.
Workshops and taster sessions 23 Aug 2004
This new group will organise 6 workshops and 3 taster sessions for members and non members who are interested in art. The workshops will be led by professional artists/tutors and will be for the participators who are already experienced in painting. The tasters sessions will be open to people who are considering taking up painting but have no previous experience. Once the sessions have taken place the group will then hold an art exhibition of the members work.
Display equipment 23 Aug 2004
This group encourages people to learn the art of woodturning by givings demonstrations to schools and group and exhibiting at suitable shows. The group requires equipment to improve its displays, making it easier for the public to view the finer detail of this craft. video projector, camera, accessories, cables, stand, DVD recorder, storage cases, lights, microphone and inductive loop.
Outdoor sports activities 21 Oct 2004
The group will, with a group of carers, spend a residential week pursuing mainly outdoor activities with an emphasis on water sports and activities related to the sea and coast. The centre specialises in enabling disabled people to take part in canoeing, kayaking, fishing, pony trekking, abseiling and other related sports. Having this opportunity will enable the participants to develop various skills, broaden their horizons, meet and develop friendships.
Laptops for outreach 18 Jan 2005
The group will purchase 2 laptop computers for use in advice sessions in outreach centres and home visits, to enable it to give immediate access and advice to clients. The access to information will help people with problems including housing, debt, employment and community care together with providing assistance in completing forms, for example Disability Living Allowance applications.
Refurbishment 18 Jan 2005
The youth centre has recently re-opened and want to re-established themselves in the local community as a professional, safe and up to date organisation. The organisation will use the award to refurbish the main meeting room into a kitchen area/snack bar facilities. With the new facilities they will be able to organise a variety of projects for the young people including healthy eating and food safety. Base units, fronts, appliances, worktops, sinks, panels, fittings, flooring.
Heroes Return 04 Apr 2005
The Army Benevolent Fund in East Cheshire has been awarded a grant towards the travel costs for a commemorative visit to France in April of this year. Funding has been provide for 3 Second World War veterans, 2 spouses, 3 carers.
Heroes Return 02 May 2005
2 Second World War Veterans from Cheshire have been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Malta in June of this year. Funding has also been provided for a spouse and a carer to travel with the Veterans.