141 matching grants found.
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|26 Dec 2000||John Kelly Girl's Technology College
To provide instrumental music activities for pupils at 16 primary school and 4 secondary schools within Brent. The activities will take place after school, during the Easter holiday and at a summer school.
|£32,318||New Opportunities Fund|
|18 Dec 2000||Lux Centre For Film, Video & Digital Arts
Recovery Programme (Developing a Recovery Plan)
|£335,000||Arts Council England|
|15 Dec 2000||Immediate Theatre
|£15,000||Arts Council England|
|13 Dec 2000||Holly Street Luncheon and Social Club
This group provides luncheons, social activities, entertainment and workshops for the elderly. The award will be used as a contribution to a New Year's celebration for the elderley. Costs include venue hire, entertainment and refreshments.
|13 Dec 2000||Beis Chana Ltd
The organisation exists to provide culturally sensitive services to Orthodox Jewish women who, due to cultural considerations, do not have access to mainstream provisions. The award will fund a 'good citizenship' project, in which people are encouraged to
|13 Dec 2000||African Francophone Refugee Association
This group provides social and welfare support to black African French and Portuguese speaking refugees in the UK. . The award will be used to provide vocational training to refugees and asylum seekers.
|13 Dec 2000||The Baby Fund
This group provides new baby packs for families living in poverty and from the Orthodox Jewish Community. The award will be used to extend the services of the group.
|13 Dec 2000||Hansy Josovic Maternity Trust
This group addresses the health and emotional needs of Jewish mothers and their new babies. The award will be used to provide volunteer training in ante-natal and post-natal care as well as new techniques in labour support.
|13 Dec 2000||Congolese Youth Association
This new group provides advice on immigration, health, housing, education and employment. The award will be used to purchase office equipment and organise a community event. The project will target young people and the refugee coimmunity.
|11 Dec 2000||Groundwork Hackney
Albion Square Renovation
|£46,500||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|29 Nov 2000||Maynell Football Club
This group is a football club in Hackney. The award will be used for development work and expand facilities. The project will target black and minority ethnic groups.
|28 Nov 2000||Cardboard Citizens
Home and Away
|£17,618||Arts Council England|
|28 Nov 2000||Centreprise Trust Ltd - Literature Development Project
|£27,577||Arts Council England|
|28 Nov 2000||Geffrye Museum Trust Ltd
Almshouse Restoration, Geffrye Museum
|£50,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|2 Nov 2000||Jubilee Community Education
The project is to provide Mother Tounge classes to Bengali school students. The grant, over three years, is for salaries and running expenses.
|2 Nov 2000||London Action Trust
The project provides dyslexia assessment and one to one training for ex-offenders. The grant, over three years, is for salaries and project running costs.
|27 Oct 2000||Family Welfare Association
The organisation preserves and protects the good health (in particular mental health) of families individuals and groups within the community. This project aims to provide a one stop shop for health related issues and advice to individuals and families
|25 Oct 2000||Quadfest
This Group Provides Dance Classes And Workshops In Traditional Caribbean Dance For All Age Groups. The Award Will Be Used To Stage An Evening Of Entainment And Education Featuring Traditional Caribbean Dance, Drumming, Storytelling And Folksinging.
|£2,220||Arts Council England|
|25 Oct 2000||Nsu - Ehime Mbano Community Association
This group promotes the interests of the Nsu Ehime Mbano Community through educational advancement and providing facilities in the interest of social welfare, recreation and leisure time occupation. The award will be used to hold a millennium celebration
|25 Oct 2000||Shifty Commuters
This group produces a monthly cabaret for up-and-coming artists, produces theatre shows and runs devising workshops. The award will be used to help cover the production costs of a community production entitled '2001 A Hackney Oddity'.
|25 Oct 2000||Grazebrook School Parent Staff Association
This group is a PTA for Grazebrook primary school. The award will be used to hold an international week at the school, with artists and entertainment from a variety of cultural backgrounds represented.
|25 Oct 2000||NDIDA- OTU community Welfare Association UK
This group provides social welfare and cultural services to the India Otu community in Southwark. The award will be used to hold a millennium celebration including cultural displays and entertainment.
|25 Oct 2000||Amhurst Park Kids Network
The grant will be used to provide 50 after school places for Orthodox Jewish children in North London. School served will be Bnos Jerusalem Girls School.
|£22,501||New Opportunities Fund|
|25 Oct 2000||Beth Hayeled
The grant will be used to create 12 holiday and 12 weekend places for children with special needs, aged 3-16 years old in London. Schools served will be Side by Side and Kisharon.
|£23,567||New Opportunities Fund|
|25 Oct 2000||Millfields Tenants & Residents Association
This group provides facilities for recreation and improvements for all the tenants and residents. The award will be used to fund sports coaching and equipment in order for the group to hold sports tournaments.
|25 Oct 2000||London Borough of Hackney Play Service
The grant will be used to create 160 after-school places by creating 5 new projects. The places will cater for children aged 4 - 11 years old. 5 local schools will be served.
|£72,732||New Opportunities Fund|
|10 Oct 2000||Grand Union Music Theatre
|£97,379||Arts Council England|
|2 Oct 2000||Book Works (Uk)
To purchase equipment
|£16,587||Arts Council England|
|16 Sep 2000||Transport for All
The project will establish a network of local groups of disabled people who will be empowered to influence transport strategies. The grant, over three years, is for a salary and project running costs.
|16 Sep 2000||National Council For Voluntary Youth Services
The Organisation Are The Umbrella Body For The Voluntary Youth Sector Representing A Wide Range Of Organisations. The Project Will Facilitate The Development Of Sustainable, Independently Constituted Regional Networks For Voluntary Youth Organisations. Th
|16 Sep 2000||London Congo Brazza Association
The project is to provide information, advice, and advocacy to Congolese refugees asylum seekers. The grant, over three years, is for salary and associated project costs.
|12 Sep 2000||Cancer BACUP
To increase ethnic minority groups access to cancer information by introducing Languageline alongside the existing telephone helpline. Outreach support will be offered in Coventry, Nottingham, Manchester and East London.
|£293,586||New Opportunities Fund|
|12 Sep 2000||St. Joseph's Hospice
This project will provide a bereavement service for children targeting the ethnic minority community. To increase knowledge about grief in key areas such as schools and to increase the take up by ethnic minority groups.
|£164,683||New Opportunities Fund|
|7 Sep 2000||Utopia Productions
This Group Provides Training And The Opportunity To Develop Skills In Theatre And Arts Production And Presentation. The Award Will Be Used To Create A Theatre Piece With Older People Who Have Little Opportunity To Participate In The Creative Process.
|£4,600||Arts Council England|
|7 Sep 2000||Morningside Over 50's Club
This group provides social activities for older people such as bingo, cards, dominoes, darts, dancing, and keep fit. The award will be used to purchase tables and chairs for the club room and provide four coach trips for the elderly members.
|7 Sep 2000||The Origin Community Association
This group provides a resource centre for young Afro-Carribean people, school leavers, and college students. The award will be used to purchase a colour laser printer and produce a newsletter for the group.
|7 Sep 2000||Peer Pressure
This group is a print and web publishing service. The award will be used to fund publishing activities leading to the production of a community magazine and website written by young people for young people.
|7 Sep 2000||Senior N'shei
This group provides regular social activities for the elderly women from the Orthodox Jewish community. The award will be used to stage a Gala event celebrating the lives of Jewish women to mark the Millennium. Also sessions on osteoporosis prevention and
|7 Sep 2000||Centre for Inter-African Relations
This group provides skills training, material support, outreach work and advocacy and aims to bring together people from African communities. The award will be used to organise a one day cultural festival for members of East African communities.
|7 Sep 2000||Festival Of London Fields
This new group will produce a one day arts event to promote education and good community relations to improve the environment by the encouragement of the arts in general. The award will be used for an arts event with a range of live music, a childrens pla
|7 Sep 2000||Free Form Arts Trust
The Trust promotes and manages community arts projects to enhance and improve local environments through combined art and architectural schemes. The project will identify community groups tenants associations and housing associations along with other re
|7 Sep 2000||Islington Gymnastics Club
This new group provides coaching for children aged 3-16 yrs old. This includes sessions for children of all abilities. The award will be used to run introductory sessions in 10 local schools & provide training for staff & volunteers.
|7 Sep 2000||The League International - Kent Essex
This group provides cycle racing including coaching especially for young riders. The award will be used to organise a cycling festival for teams from Hackney Newham and Waltham Forest.
|7 Sep 2000||Tower Hamlets Canoe Club
This group promotes all aspects of the sport of canoeing. The award will be used to purchase 4 new boats.
|7 Sep 2000||King's Crescent Tenanats & Residents Association
This group represents all tenants and leaseholders on the Kings Crescent estate. The award will be used to celebrate the new millennium and to renovate the playing pitch.
|10 Aug 2000||PCC of St Andrew, Stoke Newington
St Andrew's Church, Stoke Newington
|£6,700||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|8 Aug 2000||Lux Centre For Film, Video & Digital Arts
|£75,000||Arts Council England|
|8 Aug 2000||Cardboard Citizens
Dick and His Dog
|£44,986||Arts Council England|
|28 Jul 2000||PCC Holy Trinity, Hoxton
Holy Trinity Church, Hoxton
|£59,400||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|18 Jul 2000||PCC of St Leonard Shoreditch and St John the Baptist Hoxton
St John the Baptist, Hoxton
|£20,600||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|14 Jul 2000||King Bee Music Academy
Young, Gifted and Broke
|£20,000||Arts Council England|
|13 Jul 2000||Minik Kardes Day Nursery Ltd
The project will continue to provide outreach development work to the Turkish speaking community. The grant, over three years, is for salaries and project running expenses.
|13 Jul 2000||Contact a Family Incorporated
Our grant is to fund a support service for parents and carers of disabled children and those with special needs, and will enable more volunteers to be recruited.
|13 Jul 2000||Hackney Community Transport
The project will provide a free transport service for disabled people. The grant, over three years, will pay for the purchase of two specially adated buses, their running costs and the salaries of a despatcher and drivers.
|13 Jul 2000||Mind Yourself
The project will provide counselling to disadvantaged Irish women across London. The grant, over three years, is for staff salaries and project running expenses.
|11 Jul 2000||Drake Music Project
|£23,580||Arts Council England|
|4 Jul 2000||London Fieldworks
|£25,340||Arts Council England|
|4 Jul 2000||Jo Joelson & Bruce Gilchrist
GASTARBYTER & POLARIA
|£26,206||Arts Council England|
|30 Jun 2000||PCC of St Anne, Hoxton Street with St Columba
St Anne, Hoxton Street with St Columba
|£61,600||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|16 Jun 2000||Vicharles Play Centre
The grant will be used to create 65 after-school places and 65 holiday places for children aged 5-15 years old. Schools served will be Coluestone, Holy Trinity, Jubilee, Gayhurst and London Field Primary schools.
|£44,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|16 Jun 2000||Clapton Community Housing Trust
The grant will be used to provide 80 holiday places for 11 weeks, for children aged 5-14 years old in Hackney. Schools served will be Southwold Primary, Northwold Junior & Infant, Jubilee Primary, Harrington Hill Primary, Tyssen JMI, Our Lady's Convent,
|£21,790||New Opportunities Fund|
|9 Jun 2000||Ripstop Productions
This Group Provides Opportunities For Children To Participate In Live Theatre, And Promotes Education Through Drama, Craft And Music Workshops. The Award Will Fund A Series Of Performances In Schools Throughout East London As Well As Providing Educational
|£5,000||Arts Council England|
|9 Jun 2000||Immediate Theatre
This Group Provides Works In Collaboration With Other Organisations To Create Original Participatory Theatre Performance And Workshop Programmes. The Award Will Pay For Elements Of A Summer Production. This Will Link With The Local Crime Prevention Initia
|£3,400||Arts Council England|
|9 Jun 2000||Vision Association
This group provides a day centre for older people within the community. They provide literacy classes and encourage the development of IT skills as well as various social activities. The award would be used to pay for social activities for members and som
|9 Jun 2000||The Joint Community Project
This group co-ordinate, manage and develop joint community projects and promote and develop voluntary sector partnerships and the sharing of resources and volunteers. The award will be used to purchase start up equipment.
|9 Jun 2000||The King Bee Music Academy
This group runs a music education and training project for disadvantaged and socially excluded young people. They provide tuition in sound recording and music technology as well as training opportunities. The award will be used to purchase computer and of
|9 Jun 2000||twothirteen
This group organises musical workshops and provides performing opportunities for young musicians. This award will be used to fund a 4-day workshop at William Patten Primary School building a 'Mini Millennium Dome' for the Stoke Newington Street festival.
|9 Jun 2000||Field Network Limited
This group provides activities in economic development including social and economic research, capacity building, networking and partnerships. The award will be used to launch the company after an initial pilot year.
|9 Jun 2000||Petadists Community Association
The group plan, design and produce educational resource materials that promote the values of the global citizen. The award will be used to move their base from a member of the management committee's home to an office and to purchase office equipment.
|9 Jun 2000||Parents Education Advice and Support Group
This group provides advice, support and information to parents on the education system and works to encourage parental involvement. The award will be used to purchase office equipment, to organise an AGM and to run training courses for parents.
|9 Jun 2000||Beis Rochel Community Group
This group provides cultural and educational services for girls from low income families within the orthoddox Jewish ethnic community. This award will be used to establish an out-of-school hours art club and provide library facilities for use by the child
|9 Jun 2000||Yismach Moshe Community Group
This group provides a summer playscheme and regular after school leisure swimming sessions for Orthodox Jewish children. This award will be used to cover the cost of coach travel to day trips and volunteer expenses.
|9 Jun 2000||Egbe Omo Ikale
This group provides educational support and relieves the poverty of people from the Ikale area of Nigeria. The award will help the organisation to fund a conference in the UK for the Ikale community.
|9 Jun 2000||Culperer Community Garden Association
This is a community garden group in inner London that is managed and cared for by the local community on organic principles. The award will be used to produce a commemorative booklet to celebrate the garden and its history. June 2000.
|£3,630||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|9 Jun 2000||Sutton House Music Society
This group holds classical music concerts at affordable prices in the only surviving tudor manor house in Hackney. The award will be used to hold a special music and dance event for local schools showing them music and dance from the 16th century and hol
|£3,600||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|9 Jun 2000||Hackney Girls Basketball Club
"This Group Provides Opportunities For Girls Aged 11-16 To Practice And Receive Coaching In Basketball. The Award Will Be Used To Provide Coaching For Primary School Girls And Develop An Extra Team. June 2000. Coaching (+¦2,220), Extra Teams (+¦1,836), Scho
|9 Jun 2000||Stoke Newington Cricket School
This group provides opportunities for all children and young people in Stoke Newington to be introduced to and play cricket irrespective of ability or experience. The award will be used to buy and install indoor cricket practice nets.
|6 Jun 2000||Foundation For African Music And Arts
Mass Lowe & The Xam Xam Band (Gambian)
|£16,139||Arts Council England|
|23 May 2000||Kovats, Tania
British Geological Survey Residency
|£3,600||Arts Council England|
|23 May 2000||Chowdry,Anita
Residency at Woodberry Down School
|£3,195||Arts Council England|
|23 May 2000||Jubilee Primary School
Dream City: Lubna Chowdhary Residency
|£4,500||Arts Council England|
|23 May 2000||Book Works (Uk)
|£5,000||Arts Council England|
|23 May 2000||Haringey Arts Council
Writer in residence at Holloway Prison
|£5,000||Arts Council England|
|23 May 2000||Clifford, Sara
Residency at Hospice
|£3,500||Arts Council England|
|23 May 2000||Amidu, Maria
Joining the dots
|£4,500||Arts Council England|
|23 May 2000||Cliff/Gorman
What's in Air
|£5,000||Arts Council England|
|23 May 2000||Musiko Musika
The Four Corners of the Earth
|£5,000||Arts Council England|
|16 May 2000||Coode-Adams, Mr Ben
Lakeland Tents performance project
|£4,000||Arts Council England|
|16 May 2000||Total Theatre
|£8,000||Arts Council England|
|16 May 2000||Kearney, Frances
|£6,148||Arts Council England|
|16 May 2000||Zoe Benbow
Randolf Medical Centre Mural
|£3,300||Arts Council England|
|13 May 2000||Haggerston School
To set up two study centres for students to do homework or undertake extended study with access to teacher support and IT. The aim is to raise literacy and numeracy levels, improve GCSE results, improve attendance and create a more positive attitude towar
|£19,620||New Opportunities Fund|
|9 May 2000||Nava Art Group
Festival of traditional & folk Persion music/dance
|£26,103||Arts Council England|
|21 Apr 2000||Hackney Learning Partnerships - London Borough of Hackney
Hackney Summer University will increase the length of the programme and the number of places available for 11-14 year olds in 14 schools in the area. A junior programme will commence in 2001 and will fit around literacy summer programmes. Programmes will
|£245,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|11 Apr 2000||Jazz Development Trust
|£29,685||Arts Council England|
|11 Apr 2000||Inroads Productions
|£21,021||Arts Council England|
|7 Apr 2000||Ezer Leyoldos
The project will provide disadvantaged Jewish people with a parenting support, family counselling and play therapy for children. The grant, over three years, will fund the salaries of a part-time Play Therapist / Counsellor, a part-time Parenting Skills W
|7 Apr 2000||Sahil Housing Association
The project will provide additional services such as resettlement advice, education and employment to the Somali community. The grant, over three years, is for a salary and project running expenses.
|4 Apr 2000||Hackney Building Exploratory
Hackney Building Exploratory Heritage Project
|£65,300||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|31 Mar 2000||London Electric Guitar Orchestra
This Group Provides A Forum In Which Guitarists Of All Abilities Contribute Ideas And Perform At Community Venues. The Group Will Run Musical Workshops And Produce 500 Cds And Booklets In September 2000. The Award Will Pay For A Workshop Leader, A Sound E
|£4,909||Arts Council England|