- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 14 Sep 1999
- Latest award date
- 25 Sep 2019
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Young Team Builders 06 Jul 2016
The group will use the funding to provide team building training and activity days for young people in care. This will enable beneficiaries to learn a range of skills, leading to better chances in life.
Think Healthy, Get Fit 4 Life 08 Jul 2015
The group will use the funding to deliver weight management and health education programme for the benefit of the local community. This will encourage beneficiaries to make better informed lifestyle choices.
Focus on men's wellbeing 28 Jul 2016
The group will use the funding to run a series of active mental and physical health workshops for men over 50 in the Bangladeshi community. This will provide the men with a culturally appropriate place to learn about how to improve their physical and mental health around their peers.
Let's get Hawkesley Flying 16 Nov 2016
This project will engage young people aged 11-25 and older people aged 50 and over, bringing both groups together to break down barriers in order to help improve the community by creating a local hub. Community-based and community-led activities will be developed to increase social inclusion and reduce fear of anti-social behaviour and levels of crime. A calendar of weekly events, including lunch clubs for older people and youth drop ins, will be introduced to help achieve these goals.
An Oasis in the midst of urbanisation 02 Nov 2016
The project will use the funding to create a forest school and vegetable growing area in the school grounds for Foundation Stage children. This will enable beneficiaries to learn about growing food and take part in outdoor activities, leading to improved health and wellbeing.
The project will hold a conference to provide advocacy and support for people living with Pernicious Anaemia who are socially isolated at work or in their place of education.
TLC (Tiny Leaders Club) 08 Jul 2015
The group will use the funding to run lunch time problem solving games and activities for pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds. This will teach the children communication, teamwork and life skills to give them the confidence to help prepare them for real life situations.
This project will provide specialist training for volunteers working with people who have suffered bereavement. This will increase the skills, confidence and capacity of the group and its volunteers.
A project to provide support and advice to families across the Midlands with children aged 0-19 with disabilities including long-term medical conditions, physical and/or learning disabilities, behavioural difficulties, rare disorders, life-threatening conditions, sensory impairments, or mental health conditions. The scheme will offer families a range of workshops or drop-in support including coping and managing stress, challenging behaviour, finance, benefits and education.
The group will use the funding to offer shabby chic, sewing workshops and volunteering opportunities for young people at risk of crime and substance misuse, and those who are educationally disadvantaged. This will engage beneficiaries in positive activities, leading to improved community cohesion.
The Coffee sPot 26 Oct 2016
The group will use the funding to create a new community cafÃ© facility that will support the needs of people who are experiencing the effects of social isolation as well as providing local meeting facilities for the community.
New Muntz Street Club 17 Aug 2016
The group will use the funding to programme of health promotion activities for people experiencing the effects of mental ill health and social disadvantage. This will improve the physical wellbeing of beneficiaries who have a range of complex needs.
Active Communities 30 Mar 2017
This project will run a facility where the community interacts with disabled people â€“ supporting and learning from each other. The facility will provide opportunities for people to meet, develop and take part in community activities, improving their health and wellbeing.
The group will use the funding to run arts and craft based training for young people on the theme of social justice, culminating in a public sharing event. This will enable beneficiaries to learn new skills and improve their self esteem and confidence.
The group will use the funding to improve their community roomâ€™s kitchen and make it accessible to all members of the community. This will enable continued safe use of this community facility and ensure it meets current buildings legislation.
Stay Safe: Join In 09 Feb 2017
This project will continue to provide specialist training for adults with learning disabilities who are at risk of abuse, unemployed, or who face isolation. Group and peer training will give people taking part the support and skills they need, increasing their confidence and raising awareness of different types of abuse, including financial, physical and sexual. For the first time the project will also empower those taking part by creating access to education, employment and social activities.
Emotional Support Hub for Children and Families 14 Dec 2016
This pilot project will focus upon supporting the emotional needs of children who are at risk of the effects of a range of mental health problems. This will improve wellbeing for pupils who access the service.
The Extra Mile 14 Dec 2016
The project will provide advice and support from three local hubs through an outreach programme. Support will be given to women experiencing complex debt issues and struggling to deal with an array of health and social inequalities. The bi-lingual service engages with the hardest to reach communities, often hidden due to cultural or language barriers. It will address the underlying issues and support them with employment and training advice with an aim of reducing poverty and financial and social exclusion.