Lottery grants awarded to Sheringham in 2016

5 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
2 Sep 2016 Age Concern North Norfolk

This organisation will use the funding to purchase chairs which have been specially designed to support older people with poor mobility and who often sit for long periods of time. This will provide suitable furniture for older people with mobility issues so that they can attend activities and events.

£5,784 Big Lottery Fund
11 Aug 2016 Excel 2000

The organisation will use the funding to provide water-based activities and exercise classes for older people with poor physical health and associated health problems. They will hold stakeholder and training events to develop a new carer training package and promote new health and social care models directly related to the activities. This will increase beneficiaries' physical activity levels, improve quality of life and emotional wellbeing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
16 Jun 2016 Break

This charity will use the funding to provide residential respite and positive challenging activities for 30 vulnerable young people who have learning disabilities, are young carers or are on the edge of local authority care. This will provide positive social activities for vulnerable young people with additional life pressures to support their social and mental health.

£9,765 Big Lottery Fund
5 May 2016 Yesu

This charity will use the funding to refurbish its community caf?. This will improve the local community caf? environment and allow the charity to continue providing an accessible community facility for people who are disadvantaged and vulnerable.

£9,257 Big Lottery Fund
24 Feb 2016 PDT Norfolk

This charity will use the funding to hold meetings and conferences to bring cancer patients and their carers together with NHS management, staff, cancer specialists, patient support groups and other voluntary organisations, to learn about the availability of different cancer treatments and patient trials. This will give cancer patients the knowledge and confidence to get the best out of the NHS for their diagnosis and to have a say in their treatment options.

£8,750 Big Lottery Fund