682 matching grants found.
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|17 Dec 1998||Talisman Films Ltd
Towards the production costs of film "Complicity"
|£500,000||Scottish Arts Council|
|15 Dec 1998||Wild West Films
|£28,000||Arts Council England|
|15 Dec 1998||Jezebel Films Uk
Escape To Life
|£200,300||Arts Council England|
|15 Dec 1998||Pathe Pictures
|£32,500||Arts Council England|
|15 Dec 1998||Pathe Pictures
|£34,000||Arts Council England|
|15 Dec 1998||Pathe Pictures
Just When We Are Safest
|£46,750||Arts Council England|
|15 Dec 1998||Pathe Pictures
Final Force' (a.k.a.'The Criminals')
|£43,500||Arts Council England|
|15 Dec 1998||Pathe Pictures
Mad Dogs and Frenchmen
|£39,750||Arts Council England|
|15 Dec 1998||Pathe Pictures
Player of Games
|£50,000||Arts Council England|
|15 Dec 1998||Pathe Pictures
Love's Labour's Lost
|£1,056,909||Arts Council England|
|14 Dec 1998||London Playing Fields Society
"The Peter May Sports Centre, Wadham Lodge"
|14 Dec 1998||Surrey County Council
Town to Country Connection Cycleway
|14 Dec 1998||Bessborough Cricket Club
New Outdoor Nets
|10 Dec 1998||Arthritis Care
This project will run a Millennium Roadshow throughout the UK in the year 2000 which will tour Scotland for a 10 week period providing information raising public awareness and offering training events which will be run locally by Arthritis Care local com
|9 Dec 1998||National Deaf Children's Society
The National Deaf Children-+s Society is offering 330 young deaf people aged 14-25 years from throughout the UK the opportunity to take on a new challenge to boost their self-confidence develop their leadership skills and contribute to their communities. T
|9 Dec 1998||Middlesex University
The scheme aims to provide personal opportunities to 190 disadvantaged individuals working alone or in small groups which will empower them to contribute positively to their local communities to improve the quality of life in their neighbourhoods. The sch
|3 Dec 1998||Islington Council
London, Islington, St Marys Churchyard
|£367,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|2 Dec 1998||Homestart Brent
The project will continue to provide practical and emotional support to families at greatest disadvantage in Brent by developing additional services and a volunteer training programme. The grant, over three years, will pay for four salaries, some office e
|2 Dec 1998||Muslim Women's Welfare Association
The project will continue existing work to help Asian Muslim women experiencing domestic violence to find appropriate ways to deal with their situations. The grant, over three years, is for the purchase and refurbishment of the premises they occupy, the s
|2 Dec 1998||Ethiopian Community In Britain
The project, with the assistance of a number of volunteers, will provide a range of services to the young and elderly members of the Ethiopian community. The grant, over three years, is to pay for the salary of a project worker and running costs.
|2 Dec 1998||Crown Centre For The Deaf And Hard Of Hearing
The project will continue to provide interpreters and communicators to give deaf people easy access to services. The grant, over three years, will pay for communication aids and the costs of interpreters and communicators.
|2 Dec 1998||Fullah Jamatt Union Multi-Cultural Organisation
The project will provide employment, training and education opportunities for offenders and ex-offenders. The grant, over three years, will pay for the salaries of two workers.
|2 Dec 1998||Vietnamese Community Association In South West London
This project is run by and for Vietnamese refugees in South West London and aims to combat social isolation and open up access to mainstream services. The grant, over three years, will be used for the salary of one member of staff and office equipment.
|2 Dec 1998||Family Action
The project is to recruit and train volunteers who will provide one-to-one support for people from the Asian and African-Caribbean communities who have mental health difficulties. The grant, over three years, is for office equipment, the salaries of four
|2 Dec 1998||Hornsey Vale Community Association
The project will improve the facilities at the community centre and encourage a greater range of people to use them. The grant, over three years, is for the renovation of the building, the salary of a worker and running costs.
|2 Dec 1998||The Peel Institute
The project aims to increase the number of people and organisations using the community centre, particularly those from the Bangladeshi community. The grant, over three years, will pay for the salary of one project worker.
|2 Dec 1998||Thames Reach Bondway Housing Association Limited
The project will establish a forum for re-housed, former rough sleepers which will run groups on health matters and women's issues, develop a credit union, form a food co-op and organise social activities. The grant, over three years, will pay for the sa
|2 Dec 1998||Playcare Merton
The project will develop a new computer-based information service for children and families in the area of childcare, training and employment. The grant, over three years, will pay for office equipment, the salary of an information officer and running cos
|2 Dec 1998||Myatts Field Community Centre
The project will establish a breakfast club for school children and extend the opening hours of the playgroup for under fives. The grant, over three years, will pay for the salaries of two staff and running costs.
|2 Dec 1998||Body & Soul
The project will provide a structured volunteer support programme for women, children and heterosexual males living with or affected by HIV/AIDS. The grant, over three years, will be used to purchase equipment and to pay the salary of a co-ordinator and g
|2 Dec 1998||Age Concern Enfield
The project will offer volunteering opportunities to active retired people to use and develop their skills, to befriend and support vulnerable children in the community. The grant, over three years, will be used to fund the salary of a worker and general
|2 Dec 1998||Vietnam Refugee Community In Lewisham
The project will provide training, information and advice for unemployed Vietnamese people. The grant, over three years, will pay for the salary of a development worker and running costs.
|2 Dec 1998||Ethnic Alcohol Counselling In Hounslow (EACH)
The project will provide daytime and evening counselling sessions and will establish a new centre in Brent. The grant, over three years, is for the salaries of three new workers and running costs.
|2 Dec 1998||Merton Hard of Hearing Resource Centre
The project will ensure the continuation and extension of the present drop-in service for people with hearing loss and improve, expand and develop other centre facilities and activities. The grant, over three years, will pay for refurbishment costs, equip
|2 Dec 1998||Refugee Action Kingston
The project will encourage local residents and refugees to volunteer to help other refugees and asylum seekers to settle in the area and become part of the community. The grant, over three years, will pay for office equipment, staff salaries and running c
|2 Dec 1998||Trinity Methodist Church Youth and Community Centre
The project will encourage people to become voluntary workers for a range of activities and will provide appropriate training and work opportunities to volunteers. The grant, over three years, will be used to purchase office equipment and pay for the sala
|2 Dec 1998||Ahlul Bayt Arabic School
The project runs a Saturday school providing mother tongue classes and cultural activities for children of Arabic origin. The grant, over three years, will pay for furniture, the salaries of three staff and running costs.
|2 Dec 1998||The Community Advice Project
The project will develop the organisation's volunteer programme and a legal resource centre for the community, organisations and groups. The grant, over three years, is for office equipment, the salaries of two staff and running costs.
|2 Dec 1998||Victory Day Nursery/School
The project will provide a low cost after school club for children between the ages of 4 and 11. The grant, over one year, will be used to pay for refurbishment costs, office equipment, the salary of a full time worker and running costs.
|2 Dec 1998||Open Age
The project will establish a programme of educational, health and arts activities for people over fifty. The grant, over three years, is to buy equipment and pay for the salary of a worker and running costs.
|2 Dec 1998||Tamil Refugee Action Group
The project will promote health education advice and support services to Tamil refugees, with particular emphasis on life styles and eating habits to prevent diabetes and heart disease. The grant, over three years, will pay for the salary of a worker and
|2 Dec 1998||Survivors Fund (SURF)
The project will recruit volunteers to raise public awareness of issues relating to the Rwandan genocide and to provide a counselling service. The grant, over three years, is to buy office equipment and pay for the salary of a worker and running costs.
|2 Dec 1998||Community Links Bromley
The project will support new voluntary organisations and help them to improve their services. The grant, over three years, will pay for the salaries of three workers and running costs.
|2 Dec 1998||Ethnic Minority Intergrative Mental Health Group
The project will provide out-patient supportive psychiatric care by black professionals, to black clients in Acton. The grant, over three years, will pay for the salaries of two support workers and project running costs.
|2 Dec 1998||Isleworth Explorers Club
The project will increase the range of activities run for young people aged between 6 and 18 years. The grant, over three years, will be used to pay the salaries of two workers and running costs.
|2 Dec 1998||Community Language Centre (Earl's Court) Ltd
The project is to refurbish and maintain the organisation's reception area to improve access for the wide variety of groups using the centre. The grant, over three years, will pay for the salary of a part-time caretaker and the refurbishment costs.
|2 Dec 1998||The East London Somali Youth & Welfare Centre
The project will establish a Somali Youth Forum in Tower Hamlets which organise meetings and activities which will give young people a means of getting their voice heard and offer volunteering and training opportunities. The grant, over three years, is fo
|2 Dec 1998||Earls Court Y M C A
The project will enable young people to find their own accommodation and cope with independent living. The grant, over three years, is for the salary of a worker, training and running costs.
|2 Dec 1998||Shape London
The project will run an arts based training and work placement programme for deaf and disabled people. The grant, over three years, will pay for the salaries of two workers and running costs.
|2 Dec 1998||Westway Nursery Association/Maxilla Nursery Centre
The project will improve support services offered to parents at the Parents Centre where new advice and educational sessions will also be introduced. The grant, over three years, will pay for four staff salaries and running costs.
|2 Dec 1998||RoadPeace
The project will set up five regional centres to provide advice and information to victims of road accidents, and raise awareness of the dangers, in order to reduce the number of accidents and deaths. The grant, over three years, is for a full time worker
|2 Dec 1998||Islington Cypriot Community Asociation
The project will extend the existing centre so that more after school activities can be run. The grant, over three years, will be used to buy, renovate and equip a building and pay for salaries and running costs.
|2 Dec 1998||Body Positive
The project will train the volunteers of this HIV charity in customer care, establish a customer care charter and train the trustees in various aspects of charity management. The grant, over three years, is for the salaries of two workers and running cost
|2 Dec 1998||Positive Action Training In Housing Limited
The grant will be used to refurbish a training centre for ethnic minorities who are currently under represented in certain housing and professional jobs. The grant, over one year, will be used to refurbish and equip larger training premises for the minori
|2 Dec 1998||Brent Asian Women's Refuge
The project will provide counselling, play therapy, social and recreational outings to children who are victims of domestic violence and abuse. The grant, over three years, is for the salary of a child development worker.
|2 Dec 1998||Wiener Library & Institute of Contemporary History
Wiener Library Conservation Project
|£184,100||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|24 Nov 1998||Boxer Films
|£935,000||Arts Council England|
|24 Nov 1998||Zephyr Films
|£700,000||Arts Council England|
|24 Nov 1998||Three Rivers Ltd/Holdings Ecosse
The House Of Mirth
|£1,500,000||Arts Council England|
|23 Nov 1998||London Borough Of Newham (Leisure Services)
New bowls pavilion
|23 Nov 1998||English Cricket Board
Installation of 50 non-turf cricket pitches
|23 Nov 1998||Totteridge Tennis Club
Upgrade of 3 courts and improvements to clubhouse
|23 Nov 1998||BTYC (British Transport Yacht Club) Sailsports
Purchase of Training Equipment
|19 Nov 1998||Royal Air Force Museum
Royal Air Force Museum, Hendon - Development
|£4,851,200||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|19 Nov 1998||Royal Horticultural Society
RHS Lindley Library Rehousing
|£1,818,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|13 Nov 1998||Contact a Family Incorporated
The project will establish 'Contact a Family' in Wales (CaF Cymru) to serve the needs of families of children with disabilities and special needs across Wales. The grant, over three years, is for the purchase of office equipment, the salaries of project s
|13 Nov 1998||Depression Alliance
The Project Is To Expand The Existing Network Of Self Help Groups, To Implement The Development Of A Series Of Regional Networks And The Appointment Of Group Co-Ordinators For Scotland, Wales, The Midlands And South-West England. The Grant, Over Three Yea
|13 Nov 1998||London Lesbian And Gay Switchboard
To provide a support network throughout the UK for lesbian and gay organisations offering advice information and a referral service. The grant over three years will pay for an Information Project Worker associated running costs office equipment Inte
|13 Nov 1998||National Homeless Alliance
The project is to develop the Groundswell local group network of promoting supporting and developing the work of community-based groups of homeless or ex-homeless people. Support will include information training and small grants. The three year grant
|13 Nov 1998||The Princess Royal Trust For Carers
This project is to set up a carers centre consultancy scheme. The grant, over two years, will make a contribution towards consultancy, managerial and running costs of the project. This project is to set up a carers centre consultancy scheme. The grant, ov
|13 Nov 1998||The National Childbirth Trust
The project is for the production of an information pack to inform support and educate volunteers working in the organisations' regional branches. The information pack will give advice about Management Committees fund-raising legal issues and policy is
|13 Nov 1998||The Cathedral And Collegiate Church Of St Saviour And Saint
The Cathedral And Collegiate Church Of St Saviour And Saint Mary Overie Southwar
|13 Nov 1998||Media Trust The
The project aims to meet a growing demand for communications assistance from voluntary organisations over the UK as well as conducting detailed research and evaluation to adapt service provision in London to the needs of voluntary sector throughout UK and
|13 Nov 1998||Tommy's Campaign
The project is to undertake research into the causes of premature labour and aims to educate midwives and support women at risk of premature labour. The research will be used to produce two leaflets that will be made available to midwives and pregnant wom
|13 Nov 1998||Community Network
The project will provide an audio-conferencing service to enable members of groups to network for social welfare and community and charitable purposes. The grant over three years will pay for staff salaries producing educational and promotional materials
|13 Nov 1998||Retired Executives Action Clearing-House
The project is to help REACH expand their network of available volunteers by setting up a network of 20+ Regional Representatives who will be supported by a Network Manager. The grant over three years will fund the salary and recruitment costs for a Netw
|12 Nov 1998||New Millennium Experience Co Ltd
To stage a city wide celebration for New Years Eve. Engaging comminutes across London in a large scale celebration.
|5 Nov 1998||Losanganya L Analengo De London
This group provides counselling, advice and information to people of Zairean origin. The grant will be used to by office equipment and pay for training courses and publicity materials.
|5 Nov 1998||Association of Turkish People in the UK
This group provides social, welfare and educational services for Turkish people in London. The grant will pay for computer and office equipment, professional and training fees.
|5 Nov 1998||Havering Asian Social And Welfare Association
This is a new group set up to provide social and cultural events, information and support to the Asian community in Havering. The grant will pay for office equipment, rent and running costs for six months.
|5 Nov 1998||Bexley Borough Neigbourhood Watch Association
This group is a borough wide association for street neighbourhood watches and provides information on crime prevention and support for areas suffering from crime. The grant will pay for the purchase of specialist computer equipment.
|5 Nov 1998||Chicksand Estate Bangladeshi Sports Association
The group provides recreational activities for young residents of the Chicksand Estate. The grant will pay for staffing costs, play equipment and the refurbishment of premises.
|5 Nov 1998||Newham Bengali Community Trust
This group provides support and low cost or free use of premises for local voluntary groups. The grant will be used to refurbish and equip a meeting room.
|5 Nov 1998||Kilburn Irish Pensioners Group
This group provides support to local Irish pensioners by arranging outings, holding events and making home and hospital visits. The grant will be used to provide meals for Christmas and St Patrick's Day and pay for an outing to the theatre.
|5 Nov 1998||Harrow Iranian Community Association
This group provides advice and information, social activities and language teaching to the Iranian community in Harrow. The grant will buy computer equipment and pay for a language teacher.
|5 Nov 1998||Zairean Advice And Support Project
This group provides advice and information to members of the Zairean community. The grant will be used to pay for a computer, toys, equipment and social events.
|5 Nov 1998||Development Advisory Services
This group provides advice, information and advocacy to the Somali community. The grant will pay for volunteer expenses and running costs for this organisation.
|5 Nov 1998||Haringey Standing Committee On Community Languages
This group provides funding and advice for voluntary groups that teach community or heritage languages in Haringey. The grant will be used to produce audio tapes in various languages that give advice on education in Haringey.
|5 Nov 1998||Bexley Access Group
This group provides information about accessible buildings and services for people who have mobility difficulties living and working in Bexley. The grant will pay for research and the administration and printing costs of producing access guides.
|5 Nov 1998||Somali Health and Education Advocacy Project
This group provides an advocacy, interpretation and translation service for the Somali community. The grant will pay for a computer and printer, volunteer expenses and publicity costs.
|5 Nov 1998||Yeshilirmak Community Association
This group provides social support to the Yeshilirmak community in London. The grant will pay for computer equipment, volunteer expenses, promotional and adminstration expenses.
|5 Nov 1998||Windrush Foundation
This group provides educational activities to inform people about the history of early Black settlers in Britain. The grant will purchase a computer with printer and a display system with lighting.
|5 Nov 1998||The British Arabs's Resource centre (Greater London)
This group works to alleviate domestic isolation and the effects of poverty, and promote health and education for Yemenese women. The grant will be used to establish a sewing circle.
|5 Nov 1998||Eritrean Support Group
This group provides educational and recreational activities for young Eritreans. The grant will pay for educational materials and trips, volunteer expenses and running costs.
|5 Nov 1998||Sporle Court Community Association
This group works on a housing estate in Wandsworth to help combat poverty especially for children. The grant will pay for office equipment and furniture, and an outing for families.
|5 Nov 1998||PALS Community Projects
This group organises community activities for residents on a Camden housing estate. The grant will pay for computer equipment and educational software to be used for a homework club, adult education and general administration.
|5 Nov 1998||Christ The Messiah's Pentecostal Church
This church provides a holiday playscheme for children and an annual Christmas party for children and elders. The grant will pay the costs of a Christmas party.
|5 Nov 1998||The Feminist Library Resource And Information Centre
This centre provides access to information on women's studies, education and training opportunities. The grant will be used to purchase a photocopier.
|5 Nov 1998||4th Balham and Tooting (Holy Trinity) Scout Group
This is a long established Scout Group based in Wandsworth. The grant will pay for camping equipment and office supplies.
|5 Nov 1998||Magnolia Senior Citizens Club
This group provides social activities and outings for the elderly in Brent. The grant will be used to provide a Christmas lunch, outings and a members holiday.