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Grant to Southall Black Sisters
Towards core costs from the Racialised Communities Top Up Fund
Grant to Znaniye Foundation
After school club and mentoring support for young people in West London. By attending sessions young people will re-engage with school, have the chance to engage with new experiences and improve their confidence.
Grant to Age UK Ealing
£145,000 over a further and final three years (£46,900, £48,300, £49,800) towards the salaries of a Neighbourly Connector, Telephone Support Coordinator and Volunteer Coordinator to deliver the Neighbourly Connector service to older people in Ealing.
Empowering Our Women and Girls
The funding will be used to deliver educational and motivational workshops for women and girls from the Black Asian and Minority Ethnic community. The project aims to encourage community cohesion and improve confidence and self esteem.
Supporting refugee & BME Children and families with SEND and learning disability
The funding will be used to employ a family specialist support worker who is a professional SEND Practitioner and to purchase specific sensory play equipment. The project aims to work with families with children who have SEND and/or learning disability by providing holistic support ranging from counselling parents welfare benefits and entitlement housing signposting to other services recreational and social activities translation and interpreting.
The Log Cabin Charity Transport Service
The funding will be used to provide a wheel-chair accessible Variety coach for children with additional needs and/or disabilities so children can attend after school clubs holiday play schemes Saturday Club and stay and play sessions offered by the charity. The schemes benefits children who would otherwise be socially isolated and offers an equal opportunity to the children that their mainstream peers have.
Cooking for Key Staff working in Care Homes
The funding will be used to provide free healthy meals for local care home staff. The project aims to enable support workers to access essential meals during the current Covid-19 pandemic.
New Way forward
The funding will be used to run a variety of activities including healthy cooking on a low budget and health information workshops for BAME members of the community as well as to train volunteers. The project helps reduce anxiety and isolation caused by COVID-19 as well as improving physical and mental health.
The Store Cupboard C.I.C
The funding will be used to run an affordable food store service for disadvantaged people. The project aims to provide access to basic life essentials for people who are facing financial difficulties due to the negative impact of Covid-19.
English and Maths courses
The funding will be used to support Kurdish and other disadvantaged families with an insufficient income as well as continuing with online English and maths classes. The project aims to provide financial advice and support during the COVID 19 pandemic.
Covid-19 Emergency Funding
The Education and Skills Development Group (ESDEG) is a registered charity established in 2006 to help address the needs of Southall's Somali community. Since its inception, ESDEG has expanded its services to members of all faiths and ethnic groups, who are experiencing disadvantage, exclusion, inequality and other barriers that are preventing the community or its members from thriving. This grant provides support to aid the organisation in dealing with the challenges posed by Covid-19.