- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 08 Jul 2004
- Latest award date
- 15 Nov 2019
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Opportunity Fund 31 Oct 2017
Funding under Sport England's Opportunity Fund funding programme for a Revenue project titled 'Opportunity Fund'. This project lists its main activity as Multi Sports.
CSP School Sport 21 Dec 2017
Funding under Sport England's CSP School Sport funding programme for a Revenue project titled 'CSP School Sport'. This project is a Sport participation and capacity building project, with a focus on younger beneficiaries.
NGB Funding 2017-21 26 Apr 2017
Funding under Sport England's NGB Funding 2017-21 funding programme for a Revenue project titled 'NGB Funding 2017-21'. This project is a Taekwondo project, with a focus on younger beneficiaries.
NGB Funding 2009-13 06 Jan 2011
Funding under Sport England's Whole Sport Plan funding programme for a Mixed project titled 'NGB Funding 2009-13'. This project lists its main activity as Taekwondo. This funding has contributed towards a Martial Arts Centre - Martial Arts Centre (Martial Arts Centre)
Great Manchester Training Hub and Organisers App 18 Mar 2013
Funding under Sport England's National Programme funding programme for a Revenue project titled 'Great Manchester Training Hub and Organisers App'. This project lists its main activity as Multi Sports.
Grant to Reclaim Project Ltd 29 Jun 2017
over three years towards finance staff to underpin the growth of an organisation, based in Manchester, which supports young people from disadvantaged backgrounds to become future leaders. _x000D_
Grant to Care Leavers' Association 06 Aug 2014
over two years as continuation funding to roll out learning from a pilot project aiming to identify and document links and triggers between the care experience and offending
Creative Agents of Change 13 Mar 2019
42nd Street is a Manchester based charity that supports young people with their mental health and wellbeing. This grant will support the organisation to develop the Horsfall arts programme and to integrate this initiative into 42nd Street’s wider offer.
Volunteer Project 11 Nov 2004
This project will establish a Volunteer Advice Worker service which will recruit and train twelve new volunteers from the community in each of the three years of the grant. The project will benefit people seeking access to training and work experience which will assist a return to education or into paid work.
Revenue Grant 14 Feb 2005
This revenue grant will promote the use of the PE and Sports facilities. Activities will particularly focus on engaging users from disadvantaged groups.
Independant Living and Peer Support Project 07 Jul 2005
The project will demolish the existing building and build a new purpose community centre on the same site. The centre will offer a range of activities and facilities to the Shakarley residents. It will reduce the isolation by increasing access to community activities and will also promote better relations between older and younger residents. The grant will contribute towards salaries and running costs.
The Participation Station 04 Jan 2006
The project is called 'The Participation Station'. Its purpose is to provide help, support and training for young people aged 13-18, through individual personal development. MYVP will work with young people from disadvantaged areas to help them identify things they want to change or do in their local communities. It will then support young people in developing their ideas, skills and abilities. It will enable young people to design and deliver 10 projects per year in their own communities.
This existing project in Manchester's schools and educational establishments provides volunteers for its network organisations, provides a 3Rs (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle) programme in schools to educate children about sustainable living and offers enterprise learning to students. The aim of this project is to extend the programme throughout Greater Manchester and promote the establishment of 3Rs principles through its Enterprise And Leadership (REAL) skills programme.
The project will provide a range of diversionary activities and opportunities to boost the self confidence of young people aged 11 to 16. The activities will include a Young Persons Forum; workshops on sexual health, drama, music and "having your say"; the creation of a community newspaper for young people, and IT training or work placements. Young people will also be encouraged to take part in social programmes including work with Tenants Associations, the Local Environment Project and older people.
This project will provide an employability and enterprise training programme involving NEET young people living in Manchester. Workshops in budgeting, career planning, networking and organisational skills, employability skills and personal development will also be run. Placements with local businesses will also be organised and volunteers from local business and community social enterprises will provide young people with one-to-one advice and guidance to help them achieve their goals.
This project will host regular drop-in sessions and develop new activities for people with mental health needs. It will also extend the range of work which supports and enables people (including those with a psychiatric diagnosis) to access opportunities that reduce isolation, improve mental health and enable people to participate in meaningful and healthy activities.
Way In - Active Citizenship programme 12 Jul 2012
This is a new project to be delivered by Wai Yin Chinese Women Society (Wai Yin) throughout Greater Manchester. The aim is to provide an inclusive approach to promoting economic, social, cultural and political integration of people from a range of backgrounds. It will support them to engage fully in the life of their communities and make an active contribution to them.
Reaching Higher Ground 13 Mar 2013
The aim is to develop existing activities for young people and a girls pilot project to attract a wider audience in a disadvantaged, multi-ethnic community in Manchester through engagement with troubled and/or disengaged young people. It will break down cultural, generational and gender barriers to allow young to choose positive lifestyles over involvement in anti-social activies. Community on Solid Ground (COSG) will do this by providing creative arts, music and media activities and events. I