- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 02 Apr 2004
- Latest award date
- 08 Oct 2018
- Total GBP grants
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- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
The group will tour an exhibition of the history of migration in Cumbria, focussing on recent history. Alongside the exhibition they will run workshops which will allow people to explore issues around migration, with the aim of increasing awareness and celebrating what migration has added to the community.
Kirkby Interventions for the Community (KIC) 30 May 2018
This three year project is to expand and enhance the group’s centre so they can develop future activities needed in the community. The funding will update their current kitchen so that it can be used for lunch clubs, healthy eating classes and to run a community café and catering service. The centre will also offer more physical activities, and expand their facilities to include changing rooms. These changes will make the centre more suitable for use by the whole community.
Full Resilience service 30 May 2018
This project will work with young people aged 11 – 25 in Manchester to design a range of services that support their mental health and resilience. A new programme of activities will include counselling, mentoring, group workshops and training. Many of the sessions will be run by the young people themselves so they can support one another peer to peer. Manchester Mind will also work with specialist local groups to support young people who are LGBT+, refugees and asylum seekers or those with disabilities.
Everyone Can Game 24 Jul 2018
The funding will be used to run gaming sessions for disabled children at a purpose built centre. The project aims to provide access to technology with adapted controllers and a chance for the children and parents to make new friendships.
Playground 09 May 2018
The school will redevelop the playground by installing play equipment for the schoolchildren who are of multi-language, and also for the wider community to use. This will improve the facilities of the school, and aim to develop physical activity and language skills amongst the pupils.
The Community Green Team 09 May 2018
The organisation will provide opportunities for young people to work with older members of the community, who have disabilities or other health issues, in designing, developing and maintaining garden allotments. This will help to improve the wellbeing of older participants and the horticultural skills of younger participants whilst building intergenerational friendships.
Fun to Drum 06 Jun 2018
The funding will be used to deliver therapeutic percussion and drumming sessions in adult care centres. The project aims to reduce isolation and provide older people with a gentle form of exercise and new skills.
Balderstone's Wildlife Wilderness 23 May 2018
The school will install an area for the provision of Forest School activities with the aim of providing a nature-inspired environment for learning, playing and other activities.
Making our building fully accessible 09 May 2018
The organisation will transform an empty building into a fully accessible community hub for people with disabilities to take part in social activities with the aim of reducing issues such as isolation and loneliness.
Living on the Edge 06 Jun 2018
This project will fund a community development manager to deliver community projects. These include neighbourhood meetings and events, wellbeing and employment courses, community inclusion events and support for new community groups.
The funding will be used to run craft activities for children and young people who are long-term hospital patients. The project aims to support patients to develop new transferable skills and improve their confidence and quality of life.
HID SORORITY CLUB 02 May 2018
Educational activities and support will be funded for local women who are reluctant to come out of the house due to family restrictions, lack of confidence and communication skills, improving mental health and peer to peer connections.
Skills that Last & Community resilience 16 May 2018
The organisation will deliver a public awareness and education campaign on human trafficking and other forms of modern day slavery. It will also recruit and develop the skills of volunteers, boosting the confidence of the community, those at risk and victims in reporting suspected cases and crimes to the appropriate authorities.
Fitness Room 23 May 2018
The funding will be used for installing gym equipment in an unused space at the school. The project aims to improve the facilities for after school activities and other local community groups, and to promote more fitness opportunities for girls at the school and the wider community.
Engaging Everton 11 Apr 2018
The organisation will provide a programme of activities for young people in the local community twice a week, with the aim of engaging them through positive activities whilst increasing their access to support. The project will also do outreach work with the wider families.
Aspired Futures 30 May 2018
This project will provide long-term, tailored support for the most vulnerable children and young people in Blackpool – many of whom have complex behavioural challenges, disruptive home environments and poor mental health. The project will run across four evenings a week, weekends and during school holidays to ensure respite and a supportive environment is there when required. Activities will include cooking, arts and crafts, drama, gardening, swimming, photography and many more.
Brighter Start Project 03 Jul 2018
This project will support children with learning, communication and behavioural difficulties in Oldham. Each child will have their own tailored programme of activity that focuses on specific areas of development, and sessions will often involve the wider family. The programme will typically take two years to complete and leads to marked behaviour changes in the children; including improved communication, coordination and concentration, increased academic performance and a calmer demeanour.
Rising from the Ashes 27 Jun 2018
The school will install play equipment onto their school grounds to enable children from the community to enjoy outdoor play and increase participation in outdoor activities.
Shared Routes 03 Jul 2018
This project will work with asylum seekers, refugees and migrants to encourage and support them to actively participate in their wider community. It will do this by running regular workshops to build their knowledge of the local area and by providing volunteer opportunities with local community groups. This will help new arrivals to integrate in the community, bond with their neighbours and improve community relations.