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A grant to Nottingham Arimathea Trust
An unrestricted grant of £20,000. Nottingham Arimathea Trust (NAT) provides supported housing to destitute refugees and people seeking asylum. NAT provides associated welfare and wrap around support to its residents accommodated in Nottingham and Derby.
A grant to Belong Nottingham
An unrestricted grant of £15,000. Belong Nottingham support the social and economic integration of refugees and asylum seekers in Nottingham.
Social investment Think for the Future
An investment to refinance an existing investment - held by Young Foundation - to enhance the organisation’s growth, sustainability and impact.
Grant to Double Impact Services
towards three years' continuation funding of the salary of a Business Development Officer at an organisation supporting individuals recovering from drug and alcohol dependence in Nottingham.
Sugar Stealers - Connect
The funding will be used to deliver a range of activities and workshops to support women from black and minority ethnic and LGBTQ communities. The project aims to improve mental physical and emotional wellbeing during the current pandemic.
Your Helpline - empowering 16-19 year old's through the pandemic
The funding will be used to implement a helpline for young members in the BAME community. Service users will be provided with the opportunity to discuss issues pertaining to their mental health and education which have been impacted due to the COVID-19 crisis and receive relevant signposting with the aim of reducing isolation and promoting positive mental wellbeing.
[Don't] Mind The Age Gap
The funding will be used to produce radio programmes where people of all ages including members of the BAME and LGBTQ communities are able to come together for thoughtful discussions. The topics will include discussing racism what it means to get older the impact of the Covid-19 crisis on mental health along with lighter topics which will aim to reduce isolation and promote positive wellbeing across the local community.
Fgrcproject97 Women Together in This
The funding will be used to provide drop-in sessions for women particularly those from BAME communities. The sessions will provide practical support and guidance to women facing domestic abuse as well as providing access to laptops and phones. The group aims to prevent and respond to violence against women acting sensitively to cultural and religious background particularly to those who may spend the majority of their time in the home and without access to internet and digital devices.
The funding will be used to purchase IT equipment for female service users looking to access support activities such as counselling education employment and volunteering opportunities. This project aims to improve the wellbeing of disadvantaged women and help enhance their skillset while working remotely.
The group will use the funding to provide nutritional advice and exercise mentoring for children. This will improve levels of physical and mental health.
Healing Invisible Scars
The project will deliver culturally sensitive counselling mentoring for young people and support for vulnerable BAME members of the community who have been affected by COVID-19. This will enable them to reduce socio-economic and mental health issues raise awareness and signpost to relevant organisations.