- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 12 Dec 1996
- Latest award date
- 22 Oct 2019
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Drumming and Dance Workshops 22 Apr 2004
Tribal connection aims to promote African art and culture to achieve racial harmony. They set up musical tituions projects, dance workshops, cultural exchange, poetry, storytelling, stage musical and dance performances
Homework club 22 Apr 2004
This homework club would like funds to implement PQASSO, the Practical Quality Assurance System for Small Organisations. PQASSO professional fees (#5,000)
St. Thomas' User Group 14 Jul 2004
This Church aims to establish a leading community resource centre providing activities and services such has family contact centre, parent-run nursery, drop-in parent & toddler, family reading scheme, youth chair, Wing chum martial arts and line dancing to be accessible to a diverse local community._x000B__x000B_They wants funding to organise a Arts Festival offering a day of workshops, including painting, pottery, sculpture, crafts and flower arrangement led by professional artists, for participants of all ages.
CE/1/010070065 16 Jul 2004
The project will create 42 child places in a new, modular built nursery. It will open from 8am to 6pm and will cater for children aged 6 months to 5 years. They will also provide provision for children with special educational needs.
Woodwork classes 21 Oct 2004
The objects of this group are to help children and young people living in Hackney. This award will be used to set up woodworking classes aimed at Orthodox Jewish boys who have little alternative leisure time opportunities.
After school Dj'ing project 21 Aug 2004
GFM provides trianing in communiciation, broadcasting, djing, language improvement skills in performing arts for young people. The group would like to set up an after school djing project aimed at young people for 12 weeks, the group have already secured part funding from the community chest.
Hackney Community College Cricket Academy 21 Aug 2004
This community College wish to expand the range of fixtures, social and geographical experience they can offer by travelling beyond London. The group wish to set up a number of trips outside London during the Months of July and August to Cambridge, Colchester, Reading, Arundel Huddersfield and North-East Essex. 2- day visit to Huddersfield & Essex (Â£1640), 20 tracksuits and T- shirts @ Â£43 each(860), 12 cricket balls @ Â£7.50 (Â£90)
Summer Fun In Clissold Park 21 Aug 2004
This group is to represent the users of Chissold Park in matters concerning the use, development, and improvement of the Park to Hackney Council. They seek funding for a three week, five days a week, programme for families, children and young people in the area.
The main aim of this group is to help and support asylum seekers and refugees from Eastern Africa living in Hackney. This award will be used to fund a Black History month celebration 'Going Back to African Roots'.
Workshops 21 Sep 2004
To promote African culture and art by the provision of act ivies Workshops 4 session, equipment djembe @ #110x10 djembes (#1100), computer (#1000), reimbursement of volunteers expenses #8x2 volx3 daysx20 weeks (#960), training x2days - hire of hall #100x4 sessions (#400), trainer fees @#31 x 4 hours x 4 sessions (#500) administration (#840)
London Borough of Hackney will build a new floodlit multi-use game area at Sir Thomas Abney Primary School. The project will also involve the construction of a new changing pavilion suitable for two 15-person teams, plus storage. The project will enable the 400 pupils at Sir Thomas Abney to participate in football, basketball, netball and tennis. 1600 pupils from other local schools will also have the use of the facilities and they will be available for 60,000 community visits each year.
BME Capacity 09 Nov 2004
This three-year grant will allow the group to address environmental, health and social exclusion issues in black and minority ethnic (BME) communities and use that to build the capacity of the 32 BME-led groups fronting the sub-projects, resulting in improved community relations through community activity and volunteering.
William Bligh at the Museum of Garden History 21 Dec 2004
Parabola is an art trust dedicated to the promotion of exceptional contemporary art practice in the UK. The trust instigates and commissions new art works, artists, residences, lecture series and publications and is committed to the support of artists who work is communicative in nature, regardless of form or media. The group produce a temporary exhibition to coincide with the 250th anniversary of the birth of Captain William Blight.
Support families caring for disabled children 07 Jan 2005
This project to provide advice, support and workshops for parents of children with disabilities in the West Midlands will be possible thanks to this lottery money. Parents will be better informed, feel less socially isolated and able to have a say in the services available for their children as a result._x000B_
Heroes Return 10 Jan 2005
A Second World War Veteran from London has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Singapore in March of this year. Funding has also been provided for a carer to travel with the Veteran.
Artist 28 Feb 2005
This organisation is set up to benefit the Gambian community in the UK. This project is to bring artists from Gambia to stage a performance in the UK. Provide the community with the opportunity to learn how to play traditional Gambian musical instruments. return air fares for eight artists (Â£3,420), hall rental for performance (Â£2,000)
Separate W.C.s 23 May 2005
This playgroup would like an award to help towards the cost of refurbishing the toilet areas as per OFSTED regulations. Contirbution towards new toilets(Â£5000)
Coaching Sessions 23 May 2005
This group is set to provide cricket to all young people in the Homerton area, age 10-16 years. The group will provide cricket sessions in the summer, once a week for 2 age groups: 10-13 and 14-16. They will also have proper cricket matches against London clubs and the weekly winter practice in Oct-Dec 05. Pitch and hall hire (Â£1000), Hire of qualified coaches (Â£2870), Equipment (Â£450), Transport (Â£200), Coach education 6x80 (Â£480)
Heroes Return 18 Apr 2005
A Second World War Veteran from London has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Israel in May of this year. _x000B__x000B_Funding has also been provided for a spouse and a carer to travel with the Veteran. _x000B_
Outdoor Living Course 21 Apr 2005
The groups purpose is to foster an atmosphere of mutual care and support amongst the Autistic and Dyslexic members of their group. The group use the garden as a place to meet in which every member has direct input into the maintenance and creative tone of the place. The group want to initiate an Adult Education Course called Outdoor Living in order to accommodate older people with Aspergus syndrome.