£369,827

was awarded to
The Rain Trust

on
Thursday 19 January 2017

by
Big Lottery Fund

for
This group will continue to develop their project supporting HIV-positive African men and women by providing access to peer support, training and employment opportunities. The project will support more than 450 people over a three-year period and provide a training and employment service alongside a men-only peer support scheme. This will support HIV-positive African men?s inability to overcome social isolation and help them deal with their immediate social, personal and welfare needs.

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Location Data

Postal Town:

LONDON

Local Authority:

Kensington and Chelsea

Region:

London

UK Constituency:

Kensington

EU Constituency:

London

Location data may be missing or incomplete, especially for older grants, for multiple repeat grants or for grants which are not location specific.

Tagged with

  • Big Lottery Fund
  • Health, Education, Environment and Charitable Expenditure
  • 2017
  • LONDON
  • Kensington and Chelsea
  • London
  • Kensington
  • London

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