- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 27 Apr 2000
- Latest award date
- 15 Nov 2019
- Total GBP grants
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- Largest GBP award
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A project to provide a training course of bereavement support, free to volunteers in Telford, Shropshire. The grant will pay for facilitation costs, trainer, venue, refreshments, travel costs, photocopying and administration.
Fast Track Training 18 Jan 2006
Grant would provide for fast-track training courses for new Bereavement Support Workers, further training for support workers with some experience and appropriate training for existing workers.
Training Of Volunteers 02 Nov 2005
A project to develop an outreach service for this bereavement support group based in Birmingham. The grant will pay for volunteer training, supervision and a seminar for volunteers.
Laptop 04 Jul 2006
The group provides support and promotion of well being for bereaved people. They will use their award to purchase equipment to enable the training team to give talks using IT software systems.
Initial & Ongoing training in Cruse Belfast 13 Dec 2006
The group exists to enable anyone in the community who has been bereaved by death to understand their grief, cope with their loss. The project will create training opportunities for volunteers in bereavement care.
This branch of Cruse Bereavement Care will run a course for 15-20 people living nearby who would like to become trained in bereavement counselling. Afterwards, the young people can become volunteer counsellors enabling the branch to support an extra 50 people per annum.
Enhance-Encourage-Enrich 04 Jul 2013
The group aim to provide relief for any person suffering from bereavement, by providing counselling and other services. The project involves training of new volunteers and a celebratory recognition event.
Volunteer Training and Development 15 Jul 2011
The 'Volunteer Training and Development' project will use the grant to train 20 new bereavement support volunteers. With an increasing number of clients, Cruse Belfast will assist and support all volunteers including development of Supervisors with additional training sessions.
Providing New Training Initiatives 26 Apr 2012
This is a project by a charity in Somerset. The group will use the funding to provide new training initiatives for their volunteers. This will enable them to expand and develop their service to allow them to help more clients, and enhance the skills of the volunteers.
Improved IT/promotional items 29 Mar 2012
This is a project by a charitable company in Hertfordshire. The group will use the funding to purchase IT and office equipment to meet the increased demand for their bereavement services.
Cruse Bedfordshire - Meeting Demand 30 May 2019
The project will use funding to provide training of more bereavement support volunteers, and increase its number of venues where support takes place, so that bereaved people can access support in their community.
Somewhere to Turn- Supporting Bereaved People 10 Dec 2018
Project Summary : Cruse Bereavement Care Gwent will assist bereaved people by training volunteer counsellors to offer one-to one, telephone, and group support across five Public Sector: Local Authority areas. What Money is for : This grant for £9,460 will fund trainer fees and materials, venue hire, support groups costs, publicity and flyers, volunteer travel expenses, two desktop computers, and a laptop.
Towards the core costs of the bereavement support service.
We want to support the professional development of our volunteers so that we can respond holistically to diverse needs.
Grant to Cruse Bereavement Care Hertfordshire 15 Nov 2019
We wish to enhance the advice and support services that we offer to adults, children and young people bereaved by suicide.
Grant to Cruse Bereavement Care, Bexley 29 Nov 2017
We want to create a bereavement support group for older people who have lost a lifelong partner, and provide info and training to carers.
Grant to Cruse Bereavement Care - Isle of Man 17 Oct 2017
CruzKids will provide child centred specialised bereavement support to children and their families/carers in Isle of Man. This will lead to children having increased emotional resilience, social skills and self confidence.