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Towards the “Streetcorner” Project
Towards the “Streetcorner” Project for young people using art, music and sport.
This is a project by a community organisation in Stevenage. The group will use funding to run football sessions for young women and girls, along with intervention sessions which cover the consequences of bullying and substance abuse. This will assist in the reduction of crime and anti social behaviour in the area, using football as a tool to distract those at risk of offending.
Stevenage Stepping Up
This is a project by an incorporated charity in Stevenage. The group will use funding to apply toolkits that will review the working practices of ten member organisations, including indentifying strengths and weaknesses, assessing sustainability and making best use of the groups' experience.
The BIG Smoothie Bike Challenge
This is a project in Stevenage, Hertfordshire, which will deliver workshops on exercise and healthy eating to primary school children within the group's partnership schools. This will enable opportunities for children to engage in physical activity and promote healthy eating and exercise.
Deaf and Connected! (integrated into Sol Searchin' summer programme)
This is a project by a community interest company in Hertfordshire. The organisation will use the funding to provide holiday activities to deaf young people including ice skating, trips to Chessington and will also teach peers British Sign Language. This will provide opportunities for deaf young people to access holiday provision during the summer and will also improve communication with those with hearing problems and those who can hear.
Stevenage Community Reporters
This is a project by a community organisation in Stevenage. The group will use funding to recruit volunteers to become community reporters, who will create a community website and newsletter.
Stevenage - Literacy Matters
This charity in Hertfordshire will use its funding to work with pupils, teachers, parents and adults working in schools to develop a programme of speech and language support for the local area. This will enable schools to deliver improved speech and language support services outside of the curriculum.
Upgrade and Renewal of Lighting in Clubhouse
This is a project by a voluntary organisation in Hertfordshire. The organisation will use the funding to install LED lighting in the clubhouse. This will improve the lighting to enable the clubhouse to be used all year around for parties, meetings and society events.
The PUD Club
This charity in Stevenage will use their funding to expand their activities by running a Personal Understanding of Deafness training programme for children aged 7-12 - this will teach deaf children how to look after their hearing aids, provide coping strategies when communication is difficult, improve self-confidence and communication skills and provide opportunities for social interaction and peer support.
Strengthening our communities through improved communications and IT
This is a project by a company limited by guarantee in Hertfordshire. The organisation will use funding to provide citizens advice service staff with a remote information access system, for outreach work within the community. This will enable staff to access advice and information whilst out of the office visiting service users, reducing the time taken to assist each client and increasing the number of people they can help as part of their outreach work.
Document Management System Implementation
This is a project by a charity and company limited by guarantee in Stevenage, Hertfordshire. The organisation will use the funding to introduce an electronic document management system. This will improve the security of records and the efficiency of the organisation, and enable the organisation to expand its service by releasing space currently used for document storage as additional interview rooms for clients.
Grant to CAB - Stevenage
the salary and on-costs of the Mental Health Specialist Adviser, supervision, premises, governance, training and marketing
Grant to Irish Network Stevenage
towards three years' salary of a part-time Project Coordinator and running costs of an older people's support project in a disadvantaged area of Hertfordshire