11 matching grants found.
|5 Nov 1999||Merton Unity Network
This group acts to link together black and ethnic minority organisations and communities to ensure they have access to appropriate services from the statutory sector. The award will fund a development worker who will be responsible for planning future act
|5 Nov 1999||Chessington Volleyball Club
This group promotes the game of volleyball from junior development through to the highest level. The groups plan is to provide volleyball coaching and referee training for school teachers in order that they can establish volleyball in their schools. The g
|7 Oct 1999||Merton Mind
The project will offer work placement opportunities and support services for disabled people. The grant, over three years, will pay for staff salaries, office equipment and running costs.
|7 Oct 1999||Victim Support Merton
The project will support people who have been victims of racially motivated crime in the borough of Merton. The grant, over three years, is for the salary of a Development Worker, computer software and home security equipment for loan.
|7 Oct 1999||Funtime
The project will continue to provide extra maths and English classes for children from Afro-Caribbean backgrounds. The grant, for one year, will pay for sessional teachers and rent.
|3 Sep 1999||Merton Somali Community (MESCO)
This group provides advice, information, counselling, representation, translation and interpretation services for Somali refugees in the UK. They also provide sports for youth and cultural events. The award will pay for traditional performances, sport equ
|20 Apr 1999||Afro Caribbean Housing Association
This housing association was established in 1994 and provides housing, and housing and benefits advice, to refugees who live in Croydon and Merton. The grant will provide a contribution towards a research feasibility study.
|20 Apr 1999||The Holiday Venture Group
This group provides holidays for children with special needs and deprived children suffering from abuse, neglect, and bullying, children living below the poverty line and children in care. The grant will be used to purchase a new 40ft x 20ft marquee.
|4 Mar 1999||St Mark's Family Centre
To project is to increase and improve the organisations quality of services and methods of delivery to the local community. The organisation provides advice, information, support, mediation and positive parenting programmes. The grant, over three years,
|7 Jan 1999||Merton Voluntary Service Council (M V S C )
The project will develop work with small and new voluntary groups, particularly those working with black and minority ethnic communities, disability groups and women's and children's groups. The grant, over three years, is for office equipment, the salary
|7 Jan 1999||Merton Somali Community (MESCO)
This group provides advice, information, counselling, and advocacy services to the Somali community living in Merton. The grant will pay for volunteer expenses, training and travel costs.