Lottery grants awarded to London in 1999

90 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
30 Dec 1999 London Borough of Hackney

London Borough of Hackney

£157,847 New Opportunities Fund
30 Dec 1999 London Borough of Hackney

London Borough of Hackney

£1,008,397 New Opportunities Fund
30 Dec 1999 London Borough of Hackney

London Borough of Hackney

£691,889 New Opportunities Fund
30 Dec 1999 London Borough of Hackney

London Borough of Hackney will build a new floodlit multi-use game area at Sir Thomas Abney Primary School. The project will also involve the construction of a new changing pavilion suitable for two 15-person teams, plus storage. The project will enable t

£760,841 New Opportunities Fund
30 Dec 1999 London Borough of Hackney

London Borough of Hackney will upgrade three out of the six existing fives courts at Stoke Newington School, installing new roofing and floodlighting. They will also upgrade the basketball court to create a new multi-use games area (34.6m x 20.3m) with 20

£324,844 New Opportunities Fund
16 Dec 1999 Jonathan Allen

Magick

£4,500 Arts Council England
3 Dec 1999 Association of Wakirike Community of Great Britain/Ireland

This group provides relief of poverty in the Wakirike community by the provision of advice on welfare, housing, health and legal issues. The grant will pay for dancer/artist fees, administration costs, hire of instruments and other equipment, hall hire an

£5,000 Community Fund
3 Dec 1999 The 476 Players

This group promotes the performing arts, particularly for the Turkish speaking communities in the UK. The award will pay for costume design, advertising costs, sound and lighting equipment hire, venue hire and outreach worker costs.

£5,000 Community Fund
3 Dec 1999 The Parish Of Hackney

This organisation provides support, meals, advice and other services for homeless people. The award is for weekly music sessions, building on musical skills and a diversity of cultures, with a professional community musician and culminating in a recording

£2,480 Community Fund
3 Dec 1999 Chizuk

This group provides support sevices for Jewish people with mental health problems. The award will be used to stage a production. The money will pay for drama therapist fees, hire of hall and rehearsal venues, hire of audio equipment, costumes, set for pe

£4,811 Community Fund
3 Dec 1999 Sudanese In Diaspora

This group provides support and guidance to refugees from southern Sudan. They organise activities and raise awareness relating to health and education issues. The grant will be used for the hire of hall and equipment, costumes and cultural artefacts, hir

£3,800 Community Fund
3 Dec 1999 The Hackney Pensioners' Press

This group produces a free newspaper for elderly residents of the London Borough of Hackney. The group plan to produce a special edition of the newspaper to celebrate the millennium which will include listings of events, creative writing, historical featu

£2,500 Millennium Commission
3 Dec 1999 Laburnum Boat Club

This group provides water based sports. They wish to purchase 6 canoes that will enable them to develop new more exciting ways of canoeing. The money will be used for 4 dagger canoes and 2 piranha canoes.

£3,346 Sport England
3 Dec 1999 Gascoyne 2 Tenants & Residents' Association

This group wishes to fund a project aimed at a football coaching programme for boys and girls that would culminate in a tournament. The project would make use of a new kickabout area recently built on the estate. The money will be used for tournament cos

£4,460 Sport England
2 Dec 1999 Growing Communities

The project will involve local people in the creation of two organic gardens on unused land. The grant, over three years, will be used to pay salaries, develop the land and cover project running costs.

£101,927 Community Fund
2 Dec 1999 Hackney Chinese Community Services Association Limited

The project will train unemployed Chinese women in Chinese Word Processing, interview skills and give them employment guidance. The grant, over three years, will pay for salaries and running costs.

£66,598 Community Fund
2 Dec 1999 Bootstrap Enterprises

The project will enable people on low incomes to access affordable credit by developing the work of credit unions. The grant, over three years, is for salaries and associated project costs.

£321,664 Community Fund
2 Dec 1999 Family Action

The project will provide secondary support to disadvantaged students wishing to enter post-16 education. A grant over two years will pay for two salaries, office equipment, operating costs, education and promotional information, training & travel, and pil

£186,075 Community Fund
5 Nov 1999 Triangle Music Workshop

This Award Will Enable The Group To Provide Events, Performances And Training Courses To Promote New Bands And Musicians. The Events And Performances Will Take Place During December 1999 And January 2000.

£4,300 Arts Council England
5 Nov 1999 PhotoInsight

This Groups Main Aim And Objective Is To Organise, Provide And Distribute Free Photographic Exhibitions And Text To A Diverse Range Of Audiences, Raising Awareness Of Immigrant Communities, Within The Context Of Art And Photography. The Award Will Pay For

£5,000 Arts Council England
5 Nov 1999 Clapton Orient Womens Football Club

This group provides women with the opportunity to play football and helps promote women's football in the community and encourage women and girls in general to take part in organised leagues. The award will help to encourage girls in the local community t

£5,000 Sport England
13 Oct 1999 Hackney Museum Service

New Home for Hackney Museum

£396,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
7 Oct 1999 Hackney Quest

A volunteer training project which will identify the needs of young people and expand to attract more minority ethnic people from the local community. The grant, over three years, is for the salary of a Volunteer Co-ordinator, training of volunteers, offi

£82,626 Community Fund
5 Oct 1999 Dalston Youth Project

To enhance and extend the activities of the project which reintegrates disaffected pupils into the mainstream. Activities to include education, mentoring and residential programmes.

£80,640 New Opportunities Fund
5 Oct 1999 Millfields School

To extend extra curricular activities with the aim of raising achievement, promoting self-esteem and enhancing levels of English. Activities to include homework, breakfast, ICT and reading clubs.

£14,175 New Opportunities Fund
3 Sep 1999 Alchemy Festival Productions

The Aim Of Alchemy Festival Productions Is To Provide Education On Transgender Issues By Producing Film And Video Screenings And Organising Discussion Panels, Events And Performances. The Group Are Organising An International Transgender Film Festival. Th

£5,000 Arts Council England
3 Sep 1999 Chalkhill Primary School

The Project Is To Fund A School Choir And Music Ensemble To Prepare For And Perform At A Community Festival To Mark The Millennium And The Regeneration Of The School Community. The Award Will Pay For A Contribution Towards Fees For Musicians Workshops, 2

£5,000 Arts Council England
3 Sep 1999 Simba Community Alliance

This group provides health awareness workshops, outings, social activities and general advice and information on housing, employment, education, welfare rights and finance. The Alliance also makes referrals and carries out outreach work to address social

£4,592 Community Fund
3 Sep 1999 Club "60"

This group provides keep fit classes for the elderly. This project targets the over 60's to encourage the users to keep fit and participate in various activities and events. This award will pay for a cupboard, equipment and an outing.

£890 Community Fund
3 Sep 1999 Beeraahar Sweet Combination

This group provides a programme of Caribbean cultural activities. They are also involved in performing arts including composing, singing and dancing and participating in parades and exhibitions to promote Caribbean culture to a range of audiences. The gra

£4,997 Community Fund
3 Sep 1999 African Francophone Refugee Association

This group provides support to black African French and Portuguese refugees in the UK. The project is to hold an 'AIDS Day' event in December 99 for French and Portuguese speaking refugees. The group will use drama, music and dance as media for conveying

£5,000 Community Fund
3 Sep 1999 Nightingale Luncheon And Social Club

This group provides recreational and social activities for people over 55 including a lunch club, dance sessions, bingo and outings. The award will be used to purchase a widescreen television and a video recorder and pay for the installation of and subscr

£2,847 Community Fund
3 Sep 1999 Beis Chana Ltd

This group provides education and leisure opportunities and social care for Jewish women. The project is to set up a temporary office to co-ordinate 20 events throughout the country to celebrate International Women's Day. All of the events will be organi

£4,647 Community Fund
3 Sep 1999 Millfields Community School

The project will encourage pupils from different cultures to make a work of art which depicts their own culture to mark the Millennium. The award will pay for the labour costs of a ceramist, the cost of clay and equipment, installation of finished tiles a

£5,000 Millennium Commission
3 Sep 1999 St Pauls With St Michaels Friends Association

This group supports a local school and aims to set up an after school club offering table tennis snooker and other games.

£1,092 Sport England
3 Sep 1999 Hackney Chinese Community Services

This group provides advice information education advocacy and a youth club for the Chinese community in Hackney. This group plan taster sessions for young Chinese people in tennis swimming basketball and table tennis. The award is for sports venue h

£4,336 Sport England
3 Sep 1999 Moving East

This new group will provide an arts and alternative therapy centre for the benefit of the public. In addition aikido judo and yoga classes are offered and the centre is used as a rehearsal space for contemporary dancers. Purchasing high quality martial

£4,274 Sport England
3 Sep 1999 Finsbury Park Homeless Families Project Limited

This group runs a drop-in service for homeless families to provide support and social, educational and cultural opportunities. The project will provide training for homeless asylum seekers to increase their skills, self confidence and employment prospect

£4,990 Community Fund
1 Sep 1999 Hackney

Hackney

£558,275 New Opportunities Fund
29 Jul 1999 Ascent 21

The project will provide training for local people to enable them to influence decisions affecting the local area and communities. The grant, over two years, is for training, volunteer expenses and running costs.

£91,860 Community Fund
29 Jul 1999 Hackney Law Centre

The project is to refurbish the law centre's new premises, making it fully accessible to wheelchair users. The grant, over one year, is for building costs.

£139,319 Community Fund
29 Jul 1999 Hackney Marsh Partnership

An information and advice service offering help with welfare rights, domestic violence, immigration, debt and housing. The grant, over three years, will pay for staff salaries and associated project running costs.

£223,983 Community Fund
29 Jul 1999 City And Hackney Association For Mental Health (CHAMH)

The project will provide group and individual counselling for residents of a deprived estate to prepare them for training courses and employment. The grant, over three years, will pay for staff salaries and associated project costs.

£122,944 Community Fund
20 Jul 1999 Siobhan Davies Dance Company

Purchase of equipment

£61,958 Arts Council England
12 Jul 1999 Dalston Training Initiative (1996) Ltd

This organisation provides a broad-ranging development programme for disadvantaged children in Hackney. The grant will provide 30 new places in each of the before, after school and holiday scheme. The schools served will be Gayhurst School, De Beauvoir S

£33,800 New Opportunities Fund
17 Jun 1999 Chochmas Noshim Pensioners Club

This group provides social, cultural, welfare and educational activites for frail, elderly and disabled women of the orthodox Jewish ethnic minority. The grant will be used to purchase curtains, decoration, flooring and a contribution towards electrical w

£5,000 Community Fund
17 Jun 1999 Petadists Community Association

This organisation is set up to develop an environmental awareness programme for African and Caribbean community in Hackney. The grant will be used to pay for a computer, printing expenses, illustrators and volunteer expenses and publishing costs.

£4,800 Community Fund
17 Jun 1999 Beis Rochel Community Group

This group provides cultural and educational services for girls from low income families within the orthodox Jewish community. The grant will be used to pay for coach hire, rent and entrance fees.

£4,800 Community Fund
17 Jun 1999 Newington Green Black Senior Citizens Group

This group provides outings to tea dances, visits to the cinema and to other entertainments. The grant will be used to pay for the provision of a home and hospital visitor for sick members, shopping, a chef's salary, a driver and a helper, all for 26 week

£4,940 Community Fund
17 Jun 1999 Eastern Jewry Care Association

This group provides advice, information, educational, youth and welfare services for Jews of Sephardi origin (from India, Iraq, Singapore, Burma and Israel). The grant will be used to pay for computer equipment and training, a photocopier and two adding m

£2,333 Community Fund
7 Jun 1999 National Council For Voluntary Youth Services

The project is a challenge scheme to encourage young people to find solutions to issues affecting their lives and their communities. The grant, over three years, will pay for a salary, travel and training expenses and general running costs.

£261,210 Community Fund
26 May 1999 City & Hackney Alcohol Counselling Service

The application is for development funding. The project is to create a post of Counselling Services Manager to follow on from the work of the Senior Counsellor post funded from 1995/6 by a 3-year NLCB grant which went well. Evaluation of the current ser

£87,080 Community Fund
26 May 1999 Dalston Training Initiatives 1996 Limited

The project is to enhance and expand the delivery of two existing projects Access to Opportunities which caters for 16 to 19 year olds and offers basic skills training child care training and vocational guidance and counselling and Tender Care which is

£77,360 Community Fund
19 May 1999 National Society For The Prevention Of Cruelty To Children

A project, conducted by the NSPCC Research Department, to investigate child protection policies and practice in boarding schools for children with severe multiple disabilities, including severe learning difficulties. The grant, over two years, will fund t

£156,448 Community Fund
28 Apr 1999 Release Legal Emergency and Drugs Service Limited

The organisation provides advice and support to drug users their families friends and professionals working with drug users. The project is to develop and promote the organisation's volunteer programme in two key areas of activity - the drugs helpline

£143,937 Community Fund
28 Apr 1999 The Interlink Foundation

Interlink supports and strengthens Jewish voluntary organisations in England. This project is to give one-to-one development help and support to Jewish voluntary organisations on issues such as effective management, budgeting, financial procedures and the

£189,457 Community Fund
27 Apr 1999 Museum of London

London Archaeological Archive & Research Centre

£1,100,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
20 Apr 1999 Turkish Cypriot Cultural Association

The project will provide home visits and interpreting, translation, counselling and advocacy services for elderly people in the Turkish Cypriot community. The grant, over three years, will pay for the salaries of three new workers, office equipment and ru

£77,105 Community Fund
20 Apr 1999 Care For Carers In Hackney and City

This group aims to improve the physical and emotional well being of carers, so they are better able to continue to meet the demands of their caring role. The grant will be used to pay practitioners fees for 180 shiatsu/homeopathy sessions.

£4,860 Community Fund
19 Mar 1999 Contact a Family Incorporated

This project is to continue the work achieved by the group in providing an information and support service for families of children with a disability. The grant, over three years, is for the salary of a part-time development assistant and running costs.

£75,399 Community Fund
4 Mar 1999 Wayside Christian Community Centre

The project will develop the activities of a drop-in centre for people with mental illnesses and other disadvantaged people within Hackney, particularly people from African and Caribbean backgrounds. The grant will help develop the current luncheon club,

£184,780 Community Fund
4 Mar 1999 Groundwork East London

The project is to fund the establishment of 10 neighbourhood gardening groups in the borough of Hackney using volunteers drawn from the local community. The grant, over three years, is for a contribution to the salary of an existing community landscape as

£41,106 Community Fund
4 Mar 1999 Eritrean & Ethiopian Advice and Information Centre

This group provides advice, information, support and advocacy services to the Eritrean and Ethiopian community. The grant will pay for volunteers expenses and training, publicity costs and training for management committee members.

£5,000 Community Fund
4 Mar 1999 Hackney Chinese and Vietnamese Elderly Association

This group provides social, leisure and cultural activities and advice on benefits and housing for elderly Chinese and Vietnamese people. The money will pay for ESOL classes, Tai Chi and dance instruction, outings and a subsidy for luncheons.

£1,367 Community Fund
4 Mar 1999 Hackney Greek Cypriot Educational Association

This group provides tuition in modern Greek language for children aged 6-16 years old and cultural and recreational activities for the community at large. The money will pay for a concert, a social excursion and leisure activities.

£900 Community Fund
4 Mar 1999 Summit Community & Tenants Association

This group provides meetings and social and recreational activities, for tenants and the community, including the production of plays, sports activities and children's parties. The grant will pay for sports and recreational equipment, insurance and runnin

£1,578 Community Fund
4 Mar 1999 Kings Hall Playgroup

This playgroup provides facilities where children aged between 2 1/2 and 5 years can play, learn and develop. The grant will pay for tables and chairs, a bookcase, a percussion pack and safety mats.

£1,568 Community Fund
4 Mar 1999 National Women's Network for International Solidarity

This group brings voluntary women's groups and individuals together to network and share information on women's issues in an international context. The money will pay for newsletter production, distribution and publicity, management committee training, im

£4,750 Community Fund
4 Mar 1999 Zambia Welfare Association

This group provides information, training and work experience for the African community and promotes the culture and language of Zambia. The grant will pay for a part-time co-ordinator's salary, volunteer expenses, books and other reference materials and

£4,983 Community Fund
15 Feb 1999 London Borough of Hackney

Purchase of New Wheelchairs - Hackney Sparrows Wheelchair Basketball

£45,900 Sport England
9 Feb 1999 Hackney Community Recycling

To design and deliver a series of workshops during the year 2000 for people with learning difficulties, about the need to preserve and protect natural resources and the environment. The grant, over one year, will pay for the salary of a project leader, fr

£12,000 Community Fund
9 Feb 1999 Hackney Community Transport

To provide elderly people and those with disabilities in Hackney, transport to Millennium celebrations. The grant, over one year, will pay for the salary of a co-ordinator and running costs.

£28,000 Community Fund
26 Jan 1999 Grand Union Music Theatre

Where The Rivers Meet

£25,400 Arts Council England
26 Jan 1999 Hoxton Hall

Hoxton Mystery Plays

£25,000 Arts Council England
26 Jan 1999 Hackney Chinese Community Services

2000 - The Year of Dragon

£25,000 Arts Council England
26 Jan 1999 Diocese Of London (Stepney)

East London Sacred Spcaes Millennium Art Trail

£25,000 Arts Council England
13 Jan 1999 Stoke Newington Midsummer Festival Association

A spectacular light-based video music show will be created by professional artists and produced as part of the Stoke Newington Midsummer Festival in July 2000. The show will reflect the lives and histories of the local community and area and will have int

£30,000 Millennium Commission
13 Jan 1999 London Borough of Hackney

Local community festivals of music dance drama arts and crafts will celebrate the lives and cultures of the many diverse groups of Hackney. A visual arts festival and book fair will be held from 11-18 October a Gala Ceremony on the 28th October with dance

£30,000 Millennium Commission
13 Jan 1999 Festival of the Unknown Ltd

An outdoor Festival featuring local bands and dance acts representing the exciting talents of the culturally diverse communities of Hackney.

£30,000 Millennium Commission
7 Jan 1999 Contact a Family Incorporated

The project will establish a regional office for the West Midlands to serve the needs of families caring for children with disabilities. This support will include an advice and information service, a newsletter, workshops and a network of self help groups

£71,905 Community Fund
7 Jan 1999 Family Action

This project will recruit, train and supervise specialist volunteers to work in mental health services in Lowestoft. The three year grant will pay for the salaries of a Volunteer Co-ordinator and a part time Clerical Assistant, running expenses, training,

£121,225 Community Fund
7 Jan 1999 North & South Arden Tenants & Residents Association

The project will provide training to local residents, in order for them to deliver a better service to tenants and residents on the estate. The grant, over three years, will pay for a worker, purchase office equipment and running expenses.

£50,737 Community Fund
7 Jan 1999 Contact a Family Incorporated

This project will provide a regional advice, information and support service for families of children with illness or disability. The three year grant will pay for the salary of a Regional Development Assistant, office equipment, training and running cost

£86,776 Community Fund
7 Jan 1999 Interlink Foundation

The project will provide training and advice to the Orthodox Jewish community and develop a volunteering programme to assist with advocacy and service delivery to individuals in need. The grant, over two years, will pay for two staff salaries, volunteer's

£86,555 Community Fund
7 Jan 1999 Children First Access & Child Contact Centre

This group provides a safe, neutral environment where children can spend quality time with non-custodial parents after family breakdown. This grant will pay for office running costs, training, toys and equipment.

£2,800 Community Fund
7 Jan 1999 Clapton Common Day Centre

This group provides social, leisure and educational activities for older people in Hackney. The grant will pay for transport costs, refreshments, administration and insurance costs.

£4,040 Community Fund
7 Jan 1999 Afro Caribbean Citizens Organization

This new group will provide social, welfare and educational activities for African and Afro-Caribbean elders. The grant will pay for rent, office and kitchen equipment and insurance.

£4,965 Community Fund
7 Jan 1999 Amhurst Park Action Group

This group is made up of local people working to address problems caused by anti-social behaviour and associated crime, and to improve community safety. The grant will be used to purchase computer equipment.

£2,301 Community Fund
7 Jan 1999 The Hackney Society

This organisation encourages local residents to be involved in the protection and improvement of their local heritage and built environment. The grant will pay for computer equipment and the design and printing of two newsletters.

£2,663 Community Fund
7 Jan 1999 Shoshanas Rochel

This group organises educational, social, and leisure activities for middle-aged and elderly Jewish women in North London. The grant will enable the group to expand their sewing circle and buy new equipment for their office.

£4,882 Community Fund