- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 18 Apr 1991
- Latest award date
- 05 Jul 2019
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Towards the core costs of support services for carers of people with dementia.
To employ a part-time bureau assistant to be responsible for disabled volunteers.
Towards reducing the waiting list for advice on welfare and benefits.
Towards the establishment costs of a self-help group in Northumberland, supporting disabled people in pregnancy, childbirth and parenthood.
Towards establishing a multi-sensory room for open community use.
To fund 3 performances by nationally recognised self-advocacy groups at 3 mainstream venues on 3 nights in the North East.
Grant awarded to George House Trust (Northern) 13 Oct 1998
For and advice project offering support to anyone with HIV living in the North of England in need of welfare/work advice.
To recruit a co-ordinator to continue to develop the project and extend the range of activities for people with learning disabilities.
To install a lift into a newly refurbished building.
Towards the core costs of a respite sitting service for carers, using trained volunteers.
Towards the development of the mental health support group for women with enduring mental health problems.
To support a young carers' project enabling them to be fully involved in education, social and leisure activities.
To fund a part-time co-ordinator to be responsible for recruitment of new volunteers to assist disabled people access leisure activities.
Grant awarded to Teesdale Crossroads (Durham) 11 Aug 1998
Towards continuing provision of respite care in the home for carers of those with physical, mental or learning disabilities.
Grant awarded to Sunderland PACE (Tyne & Wear) 13 Oct 1998
To provide specialist conductive education for children with cerebral palsy to help them achieve their full potential and improve their quality of life.
Towards equipping a new base for a project working with young people.
To purchase new computers for an adult learning centre specialising in classes for dyslexic adults and other adults with special needs.