- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 01 Jan 2018
- Latest award date
- 24 Dec 2018
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
General contribution 09 Feb 2018
"I have something to say" poetry group and roadshow
This charity will create a public forum where members of the community can share new ideas and experiences. This will build relationships and enable people to address issues in the local area.
Cycling Without Age - consolidation and growth 23 Nov 2018
The organisation will use the funding to deliver cycling opportunities for older residents living in Brighton and Hove care homes. The project aims to address a lack of resources for fun, interactive, community-based, physically beneficial outdoor activity for elders living in care homes. Funding will be used to cover bike maintenance, salaries and other general running costs.
Raise Our Voices 06 Dec 2018
The funding will be used to deliver an, online platform (wikis) which will be regularly updated by parents of children and young people with learning disabilities. This will involve staff and parent training to use the devices to create personal plans using photographs, words, video and sound to capture the voice, skills and needs of service users, giving them a voice and access to bespoke services and activities to help them reach their full potential.
To recruit, train and assign 30 volunteers over the next 12 months in the community café project at the LGBT Centre. Many of the volunteers that TEP has previously supported have been able to access new skills, qualifications, work experience and peer support through their involvement in a community café and the project seeks to extend this further to help to remove peoples, and especially LGBT peoples access to training, education and employment. For some LGBT people the workplace can be a toxic environment where fear of LGBTphobia is common. This project will develop people’s self-esteem and confidence, helping them to understand their rights and how they can use workplace policies to protect them. Volunteers will receive training and be taken through food hygiene qualifications and be assigned to the community cafe where they will gain work experience in buying and supply, food preparation, customer service and accounting.
Grant to Possability People 12 Dec 2018
towards three years' salary of a Benefits and Tribunal Advisor at an organisation in West Sussex that promotes independent living and provides support for disabled people, their carers, families and friends
Towards the salary of a National Quality Assurance Manager to ensure the continuing quality of their services working with young people to help them secure employment