37 matching grants found.
|24 Nov 2015||Mind BLMK
Luton Hoo Memorial Park garden restoration
|£9,300||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|12 Oct 2015||Jean Abreu Dance
A Thread UK Premiere, Residencies & Business Dev
|£49,500||Arts Council England|
|28 Sep 2015||Dallow Streetz
The organisation will use the funding to extend the youth services that they provide to allow the inclusion of more beneficiaries in this deprived community. The extended provision of the Dallow Streetz Football project will address the ward?s health inequalities by providing additional exercise opportunities, whilst improving community cohesion within this multi-cultural ward.
|£9,247||Big Lottery Fund|
|23 Sep 2015||One Stop Advice & Training Centre
Our Past - Our Present
|£35,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|17 Sep 2015||Alcohol Services For The Community
The organisation will plan and deliver a conference that will bring together the general public and professionals from health, criminal justice, education and social sectors to discuss alcohol issues and interventions. This will enable the group to share learning with other organisations and provide opportunities for networking, discussion and developing new relationships to devise effective methods of working with people who have alcohol addictions.
|£6,510||Big Lottery Fund|
|10 Sep 2015||UNIKA
The organisation will use the funding to purchase music and sound technology equipment and start delivering workshops to young adults from disadvantaged communities who are struggling to find employment. This will enable the group to engage with young adults who may lack the skills, experience and confidence to seek out training or employment in order to improve their confidence, teach them about using technical equipment and producing music to give them experience of working with others positively.
|£9,600||Big Lottery Fund|
|9 Sep 2015||Kadam Dance & Music
Odissi on the Move
|£12,900||Arts Council England|
|9 Sep 2015||Asian Welfare Association of Luton
The organisation will use the funding to offer advice and support about mental health, diet, nutrition and healthy eating for older Asian women. This will improve the mental and physical health of participants.
|£3,897||Big Lottery Fund|
|10 Aug 2015||Bengali Womens' Project
The organisation will use the funding to deliver fitness and recreational activities for local girls, which will include swimming, archery, self defence and gym sessions. This will increase physical activity amongst local girls to reduce obesity and improve health and wellbeing.
|£9,940||Big Lottery Fund|
|28 Jul 2015||Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment Museum Trust
The Yellow Devils - The 1st/5th Bedfordshire Regiment in Gallipoli
|£9,400||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|22 Jul 2015||Luton Mela Group
Luton Mela 2015 - Celebrating 15 years
|£5,000||Arts Council England|
|9 Jul 2015||Rhythm Junkeys
This is a project to to deliver positive activities to young people from deprived communities. This will enable the group to provide children and young people with creative, diversionary and physical activities to young people at risk of antisocial behaviour and deprivation to encourage community engagement and better opportunities.
|£7,800||Big Lottery Fund|
|1 Jul 2015||Youthscape
Bute Mills Exhibition Centre
|£10,000||Arts Council England|
|25 Jun 2015||Youthscape
Bute Mills Young People's Heritage Project
|£34,300||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|2 Jun 2015||Luton Indoor Bowls Club
Luton Indoor Bowls Club - Matting & other improvements
|21 May 2015||Luton Town & Indians Cricket Club
New Roller Project
|15 May 2015||Shri Guru Ravidass Sangat Luton Bedfordshire
The organisation will use the funding to deliver basic IT skills workshops to older people, people who are unemployed or people who have been made redundant later in life. This will enable the group to raise awareness of the benefits of using IT for job searches or networking, as well as develop employability, communication and IT skills to improve integration and community involvement.
|£9,630||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 May 2015||Luton Women's Aid
The organisation will use the funding to train staff to deliver a support programme for women who have experienced domestic abuse. This will enable staff to learn and pass on skills for providing in-house psychological support to vulnerable women to help them come to terms with their experiences, improve self-esteem and take control of their own lives free from abuse.
|£9,305||Big Lottery Fund|
|12 May 2015||Crescent Summer School Project
The organisation will use the funding to work with children and young people to plan and deliver an activity club for young people from predominantly BME backgrounds during the school holidays. This will enable children and young people to plan their own diversionary, creative and educational activities and workshops in order to support their development, wellbeing and opportunities.
|£10,000||Big Lottery Fund|
|14 Apr 2015||Foxdell Infant School
The organisation will use the funding to extend its current play area by installing new outdoor equipment. This will enable the group to provide pupils, extracurricular clubs and local residents with access to safe outdoor play equipment to improve motor skills, learning, and coordination throughout the year.
|£10,000||Big Lottery Fund|
|3 Apr 2015||African Diaspora Youth Alliance
The organisation will use the funding to purchase equipment and deliver a project providing young people from BME communities with experience of producing music, working with others and working in DJ and sound technology professions. This will encourage beneficiaries to develop employability skills, improving their chances of entering training or employment in a field of their interest as well as engaging in positive activities to prevent boredom, antisocial behaviour and deprivation.
|£9,600||Big Lottery Fund|
|18 Mar 2015||Luton Association of Mas
|£13,430||Arts Council England|
|17 Mar 2015||Dominic Allan
|£49,800||Arts Council England|
|16 Mar 2015||Dilkhush Wellbeing Club
To deliver English language classes and support to older people from local BME communities, particularly Asian communities. This will enable older service users to become more independent and communicate with local services more effectively.
|£2,300||Big Lottery Fund|
|11 Mar 2015||Bedfordhsire Deaf Children's Society
The funding will be used to deliver a holiday activity scheme for children who are deaf or hard of hearing and their families.
|£6,229||Big Lottery Fund|
|4 Mar 2015||Revellers Steelband
Revellers Steelband Development Project
|£13,940||Arts Council England|
|19 Feb 2015||Lewsey Farm Learning Centre
This charity will use the funding to deliver English lessons focusing on vocabulary relating to sexual and reproductive health, UK law relating to women?s health and issues and language needed to communicate with health professionals. This will give women from BME communities the skills and confidence to seek medical, legal or wellbeing advice successfully in order to be more independent and reduce the risk of experiencing poor health or dangerous situations.
|£9,980||Big Lottery Fund|
|16 Feb 2015||UK Centre for Carnival Arts
Spectacle of Carnival (II)
|£171,834||Arts Council England|
|11 Feb 2015||Kerry Campbell
The Midas Touch - ANTIdote
|£14,750||Arts Council England|
|6 Feb 2015||Kadam Dance & Music
Between the Notes- celebrating voice and movement
|£10,775||Arts Council England|
|5 Feb 2015||Active Luton
CSP Funding 2014-17
|27 Jan 2015||Grassroots Programme
This is a project by a registered charity in Luton. The organisation will use the funding to deliver a community performance with a band made up of members from Christian, Muslim and Jewish faiths, with additional workshops and social gatherings during Eid, Hannukah and Holocaust Memorial Day. This will encourage greater cohesion between people from different faiths and the wider community by improving understanding and celebrating different faiths and cultures.
|£8,915||Big Lottery Fund|
|15 Jan 2015||Departure Lounge
Departure Lounge Contemporary Art
|£14,995||Arts Council England|
|12 Jan 2015||Apex Aid Luton
This voluntary organisation in Luton will use the funding to deliver a project aimed at helping people from South Asian communities to adopt healthier diets and lifestyles with low impact exercise and nutrition advice. This will enable the group to target a section of the community at a high risk of cardiovascular problems and ill-health and give them advice and support in losing weight, becoming more active and eating healthier in order to improve health and wellbeing.
|£10,000||Big Lottery Fund|
|8 Jan 2015||St Kitts Nevis & Friends
This voluntary organisation will use the funding to deliver activities focusing on improving the health and wellbeing of older people from African Caribbean communities. This will enable a hard to reach group of beneficiaries to receive advice and support about local health services, as well as workshops providing gentle exercise, arts and crafts activities and befriending support to reduce isolation as well as improve health, wellbeing and quality of life.
|£9,550||Big Lottery Fund|
|7 Jan 2015||How It Ended Productions
The Wild Research and Development Project
|£8,990||Arts Council England|
|5 Jan 2015||Dallow Development Trust Limited
This is a project by an incorporated charity in Luton. The organisation will use the funding t replace old, broken and unsafe furniture and flooring, replace a security fence and install CCTV facilities at the community centre. This will enable the group to replace facilities that are unsuitable for use and improve security at the site, providing a comfortable and safe community facility for local community groups and residents to access.
|£9,869||Big Lottery Fund|