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After School Arts Club
The group will provide an After School Arts Club and Supplementary Saturday School for children.
Newsletter and Volunteer Training
The group will purchase a computer and software to produce a community newsletter and provide training to increase the skills of current volunteers.
Active Play sessions
The grant will fund 'Active Play' a new project of art, sport and imaginative play. Sessions will run over the Easter and half term holidays, plus Saturdays.
Revision of Materials
This group has been providing support to children and young people with social and emotional difficulties since 1993. The grant will allow them to revise and update their resource and training material in light of changes to the Government policy, to make them clearer and easier to use by volunteers, staff, children and parents.
Three Asian music concerts
The group will hold events to highlight the rich tradition of Asian vocals in the community, to be passed on to the next generation. Concerts to be held, followed by workshops, with a view to recruit young people to take further classes.
The group will use this award to fund an outing for its elderly members to attend two theatre performances in central London next year. Many of the participants are disabled and/or are from low income backgrounds, thus limiting their cultural access opportunities.
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This organisation promotes skills development amongst ethnic minorities so that they can access appropriate employment, training and educational opportunities. This project will provide basic practical training in hairdressing, basic numeracy and literacy skills and IT training sessions to disadvantaged BME groups in the London Borough of Ealing.
Teaching and Lifeguarding courses
Acton Swimming Club was established in June 1904 to help youngsters to swim and eventually compete at club level to county level as well as adult swimming at masters level. This project will send participants on teaching and lifeguard courses.
Construction and usage of Tent
This group are an association of professional artists who aim to work with groups who have little or no access to artistic provision and to create artistic encouters in a multi-cultural society. The grant will allow the group to construct a mobile tent structure, which will be erected for a short time in different places as a space for a programme of arts events.
This organisation promotes the integration of isolated and disadvantaged Latin Americans and other minority groups into community life. They will run a project called 'Latin Splash' for young people between 9 and 18. The workshops will lead to a range of performances beginning with the Acton Art Festival, where the group will display the cultural diversity that exists in Latin America.
This group provide welfare advice, counselling, advocacy and outreach support including education and training advice and information. Most disabled people suffer form long term unemployment, the project will work with the people with disabilities in Westminster and near borough to recruit them as volunteers, to provide services such as outreach work, administration, IT, and other office work.
The group would like to enter teams in each age group in area leagues to build competitiveness. This will help to create a sustainable club infrastructure to ensure longevity and continuity. They also seek to encourage more girl into sport and will promote mini-tournaments in each discipline as an entry point, as well as developing a training plan for the development of coaches and referees.
Celebrating Our Lives
This group will use funding to provide a digital photography project for older people. The project will include workshops to provide a basic introduction to digital photography followed by visits to events in the summer to put the newly acquired skills into practice. The results will be transferred onto a laptop and will form the basis of workshops in digital manipulation. The project will culminate in exhibition in local libraries and community venues.
Start Up Costs
The group offers services on employment, advice and practical help as well as ESOL and IT training. The award will fund new office equipment so the group can deliver their services more effectively.
The group will use the award to deliver a 36 week programme of English to Somali women in Acton in order to reduce high levels of social isolation.
Guidance Packs and Support
The forum is an umbrella body for British Hindu organisations that aims to build the capacity of the organisation to better serve the Hindu community. The award will fund a guidance pack to help Hindu community groups with organisational support and service delivery.
The project aims to raise awareness of the importance of eating a well-balanced and nutritious diet through hands-on practical workshops. The award will fund a series of practical cookery workshops for children between the ages of 8 and14 who have autism and for young carers looking after parents who are physically or mentally disabled.
Lunch & Social Club
The group provide information and advice to the Armenian community in London. The award will go towards funding for a day centre for older and disabled people and a free transport service to the centre.
Ease supports personal and community development through the promotion of the skills, talent and diversity in socially excluded communities. The award will fund a youth club, aimed at young boys, which would offer a range of activities including, groups discussions on issues like drugs and gun crime, and art/photoshops workshops, dee-jaying, and creative writing.
Dance and Creative Movement Classes
The aim of this group is to make a positive difference to the lives of children and young people with disabilities and special needs. The group will provide dance and creative movement classes.