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This charity provides permanent or short term accommodation for disabled former members of H M armed forces their partners and dependants. With help from a Lottery grant it will for the first time recruit a range of local volunteers, who will be trained and supported in roles associated with social and leisure activities. The project will also raise awareness surrounding disability, ageing, long term care and isolation issues.
To improve quality of life for people with mental health problems
The project will improve the quality of life for people with mental health problems through the provision of advice and information services and activities that promote social inclusion and increase awareness in the community.
Membership and raising profile
This group promotes recycling of safe reusable waste into materials suitable for creative and educational purposes. With help from a Lottery grant it will promote its services to attract new members. It will also run training workshops and buy additional protective equipment for new volunteers.
Study to identify barriers to volunteering
With help from a Lottery grant Worthing Council for Voluntary Service will carry out a study to identify the barriers that people with disabilities, people from minority ethnic groups and people with other special needs experience to participating in volunteering.
With help from a Lottery grant this new youth club will provide a variety of activities for children and young people living on the Angola Road Estate. Activities will include games, indoor sports, pool, table tennis, table football, table top and computer games, arts and crafts. Once established the club will also take members out on bowling and swimming trips and organise for guest speakers to come to meetings.
Sussex Association for Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus will be able to employ a new part time youth coordinator with help from a Lottery award. They will be responsible for setting up a youth group in Eastbourne offering a range of recreational activities. Young people will also be offered support and training to join a new youth committee to make sure that they have an active voice in the services that the group provides in the future.
Video production of guides holiday
With help from a Lottery grant 4th Goring (St Laurence) Guides will professionally produce a video that will follow the girls throughout six days of camping. The video will show how to pitch and strike a large canvas tent, how make useful objects out of scrap wood and safe practise when cooking over an open fire. This video can then be used as a training tool for new members, other youth groups and parents.
Outdoor growing area, workshop & tool shed
This new purpose built special school has no garden or landscaping. An Awards for All grant will be used to develop a stimulating outdoor environment for pupils. This will include a polytunnel, workshop, tool shed and raised vegetable growing boxes. Much of the work will be carried out by the pupils with teachers, parents and other volunteers giving a hand and once finished the students will be able to use the area as an outside learning resource.
Theatre event for visually impaired people
With help from a Lottery grant Vanguard Productions will work with visually impaired people from Visually Impaired Action Group to present a dramatic interpretation of their creative writing and ideas. The participants will get to work alongside professional actors in both rehearsal and performances to create drama, song and narration from their own ideas. The event will provide an opportunity fo… more
This charity organises and runs holidays for people with learning difficulties and their carers. With an Awards for All grant it will buy four portable scooters so that less mobile members can participate in activities.
This charity offers young people in Worthing a counselling service and a focal point for the provision of information, advice and support on a wide range of issues, which affect their lives e.g. health issues, training and employment opportunities. With help from a Lottery grant it will recruit and train more volunteer counsellors.
Coaching and Facilities
With help from a Lottery grant Littlehampton, Clapham and Patching Cricket Club will provide dedicated grass practice areas. The club will also buy portable net cages and a bowling machine to be used in these areas. This will allow the club to coach members according to age and ability and allow a focus on a particular aspect of the game.
IT equipment and furniture for study room
With help from a Lottery grant the West Tarring Boys' Club will provide a quiet room for young people to study IT and have a meeting room, which can be used, in confidence, for particular issues of the day.
Young People Shaping the Future
The aim of this project is to set up a young person's committee (YPC) to give them the skills and confidence to plan events and activities for other young people with disabilities. The YPC will be supported by a youth worker and together they will prepare and present workshops, activities, residentials and events on topics surrounding the support of young people with spina bifida and/or hydrocephalus.
Summer Fun Day
This group provides information for young people and children with disabilities in West Sussex. They also offer this support to their parents and carers. This project is to provide a summer fun day for beneficiaries in the north of the county, which has not previously been available to them. This includes an obstacle course, climbing wall, drumming and percussion workshops, bouncy castles, juggling and clowning activities.
This self advocacy group for people with learning disabilities will purchase a laptop computer and record an information video.
St John Ambulance, Brighton Homeless Project
This award will fund volunteer recruitment and first aid/health courses at the groups homeless unit.
NRG/Worthing/Southwick Netball Club
This award will fund the start up of a group to provide coaching and competitive netball opportunities for players over the age of sixteen.