- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 25 Sep 1997
- Latest award date
- 02 Apr 2019
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Progress to Success 27 Jul 2016
The group will use the funding for a new project that will provide local women with advice and support around wellbeing and health, employment, education and development services. The project will also provide training in literacy, confidence, welfare rights and debt management. This will enable beneficiaries to develop their skills in areas such as conflict resolution, interpersonal communication and problem solving as well as improving their self-esteem whilst promoting social cohesion.
Liv/2/2 - Better Off Finance (BOF) 22 Sep 2016
The funding will be used for a project that will aim to improve the financial skills of the hardest to reach people across the Liverpool City Region LEP area. It will support those furthest away from the labour market to become more job ready stimulate growth in the economy, making a positive difference to the lives of people living and working in the Liverpool City Region.
Liv/2/2 - Better Off Finance (BOF) 26 Apr 2016
This grant will be used to develop plans for a project that aims to improve participantâ€™s financial literacy and will prepare them to progress to employment or training. There will be a range of activities including a confidence programme and outreach events. The development funding will be used to cover staff costs and partnership development.
The organisation will use the funding to run a series of open accessible drama workshops for people with mental health issues linked to being a carer, weight issues, ex armed forces, drug and alcohol issues, and asylum seekers and refugees. This will act as a vehicle for building confidence, breaking down isolation and self-reflection.
Prosperity Work Hub 17 Feb 2016
The community interest company in Liverpool will use the funding to deliver one-to-one employment skills development support and coaching to unemployed young people and adults from the BAME communities, together with group workshops provided by mobile outreach sessions, and the setting up costs of a permanent office base. This will improve the life chances of participants by increasing their employability skills and provide a focal point for this support.
My Coat of Many Words 26 Oct 2016
This project will use the funding to run arts based workshops to increase understanding and appreciation of migrant people in the Liverpool area whilst improving the arts skills of participants. This will aim to increase understanding and appreciation of migrant people whilst enabling group participants to develop confidence, skills, self-esteem and increased sense of belonging outside their area of residence.
Highfield Intergenerational Project 19 Aug 2015
The organisation will use the funding to run a year-long programme of community events and activities aimed at older residents in the local community to include monthly lunch club, gardening, parties, trips and a community event. This will aim to reduce social isolation and encouraging intergenerational relationships and community cohesion.
Holmwood Residents Digitally Active Project 13 May 2015
The organisation will use the funding to deliver computer workshops and internet training to older people. This will increase their knowledge about the internet and enable them to learn new skills and access services online.
The organisation will use the funding to run a series of workshops aimed at training migrants and unemployed people in the local community on communications, job search strategies and IT. This will educate people new to the UK to improve employment prospects and remove barriers to employment.
Your Clubmoor 05 Oct 2016
This project will use funding to provide detached youth work activities and outreach sessions targeted at hard to reach young people. This will include workshops and information sessions focusing on health, wellbeing and sessions which will build confidence and raise self-esteem and awareness.
Homeless Women's Wellbeing 14 Sep 2016
The project will use the funding to run weekly sessions on wellbeing and physical activities for local homeless women. This will encourage participants through engaging in this varied programme of sessions offering health information, screening, yoga, mindfulness, creativity and healthy eating to address issues around their health and wellbeing and seek to address some of the barriers homeless women face in engaging with services.
Lagan's Conference and training 07 Dec 2016
This is a project by a charity based in Bolton, Greater Manchester and operating across England. The project will recruit and train volunteer support workers in London for families in South East England with a child under the age of five with a heart defect or feeding difficulties. It will also hold a national conference bringing together support workers from across England to enhance skills, share experience and improve support.
This project is a series of events to celebrate the success of young people working within local communities across North Liverpool and the professionals who have supported them.
SmartSpace Project 19 Aug 2015
The organisation has identified that the areas of Toxteth and Granby suffer from high levels of deprivation, with high unemployment and antisocial behaviour, low levels of educational attainment and skills, with expectations for children growing up in the area low and their future prospects poor. This will be addressed by installing creative facilities within the school grounds, to enable the group to deliver enriching activities for students and community groups.
Absolute Beginners 07 Dec 2016
The funding will be used to work with isolated women who have little or no English language in order to help them integrate into the local community. The project aims to reduce isolation and increase confidence through a programme of interactive activities.
My Story, My Future 17 May 2016
The organisation will use the funding to run weekly facilitated sessions and confidential 1:1 coaching sessions for young people between the ages of 14 and 19 from the Anfield ward. This will provide extra support for clients who face multiple barriers to full social and economic integration, increase self-confidence and encourage aspiration.
Literacy & Numeracy In Liverpool 22 Mar 2017
The funding will be used to run literacy courses for sixty refugee and asylum seeking women in Liverpool who have experienced rape, torture and other forms of violence in their home countries. The project aims to improve peopleâ€™s access to training and personal development.
The organisation will use the funding to organise and deliver consultation and engagement events and a social marketing campaign leading to the production of an informal community plan. This will strengthen the community by engaging residents who feel excluded from decision making to influence and shape plans for their neighbourhood.
The organisation will use the funding to create a second entrance for their centre to ensure the safety of all of their beneficiaries. This will provide a new reception, storage, learning and entrance area to provide a safe, accessible and user friendly hub used by all within a disadvantaged community by providing separate entrances, formal reception areas, and space for storage and learning for different service users to ensure all users are best served in a safe and secure local community facility.
Healthy & Active Holiday Club Scheme 01 Feb 2017
The funding will be used by a school to run a holiday club where children will be educated on healthy eating, engage in physical exercise and structured play. The project aims to improve the health, fitness and life skills of the children involved.