82 matching grants found.
|30 Dec 1999||London Borough of Newham
This development grant will fund strategic planning to assist the capital funding scheme.
|£40,250||New Opportunities Fund|
|30 Dec 1999||London Borough of Newham
London Borough of Newham will provide a new high ropes course and caving experience at Fairplay House Outdoor Activities Centre in Essex that will extend the range of opportunities available for outdoor adventurous activities. The additional facilities wi
|£284,750||New Opportunities Fund|
|10 Dec 1999||London East Training And Enterprise Council
The project will provide 161 new childcare places including after school and holiday club provision for children aged 4 - 12. The schemes will operate in the Redbridge area of London. 12 local schools will be served.
|£36,125||New Opportunities Fund|
|10 Dec 1999||London East Training And Enterprise Council
The project will provide 142 new childcare places including after school, breakfast club and holiday club provision for children aged 3 - 5 in an urban area. 5 local schools will be served.
|£50,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|8 Dec 1999||Council of Ethnic Minority Voluntary Sector Organisations
CEMVO the Council of Ethnic Minority Voluntary Sector Organisations will enable 325 ethnic minority volunteers in Greater London to realise their potential and increase the contribution they can make to their local communities. Awards of between -ú3900 and
|7 Dec 1999||Sarah Bonnell Secondary School
Sarah Bonnell Secondary School
|£87,496||New Opportunities Fund|
|3 Dec 1999||HEET Health/Education/Employment/Training
This group provides sports and exercise programmes aimed at those on low incomes or unwaged. They plan to organise a series of workshops on health, nutrition and fitness in a day long event which will incorporate a mix of fitness activities. The money is
|3 Dec 1999||20th Newham West Scout Group
This Scout group plans to purchase camping equipment. The money will pay for camping equipment including mess and patrol tents and sports equipment .
|3 Dec 1999||Lister Community Association
This community group improves the facilities within the Lister Community School for the benefit of the local community. The project involves a millennium performance and an arts project to produce a millennium pottery mural. The money will pay for a potte
|3 Dec 1999||Carers National Association (Newham branch)
This group provides support for carers within the branch area. The award will pay for a computers and computer maintainance.
|3 Dec 1999||Ekta Project
This group provides welfare and recreational services for elderly Asian people. The group plan to organise a millennium celebration and travel to a swimming club. The grant will pay for venue hire, volunteers expenses, fees for a sessional worker and musi
|3 Dec 1999||Vishwa Hindu Parishad
This group provides support and advice, language classes, festival celebrations and therapies for the Hindu community of Newham. The award would be used for volunteer expenses, food subsidies for elders' lunch club, rent for the event, Shivaratri festival
|3 Dec 1999||The Friends Of Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park
This group conserves and manages an area of inner city woodland, assists with genealogical research, improves access and safety and organises guided walks. They aim to create a fully accessible millennium history and nature trail suitable for people of al
|£5,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|3 Dec 1999||Rokeby School
This group is a secondary school. The project aims to introduce pupils to water based sports. The project will take place during the summer months of 2000. The money will be used for session for 8 weeks and the cost of a hired minibus.
|5 Nov 1999||Asian Arts Organisation
This Award Will Pay For The Production Of A Community Play Including Hire Of Venues And Purchase Of Props And Equipment. The Aim Is Also That The Play Will Act As A Vehicle For Attracting People To The Organisation Who Will Then Continue Their Interest In
|£3,770||Arts Council England|
|5 Nov 1999||Somali Advice & Resource Centre
This group provides advice, support, information and interpreters for Somali refugees. The award will pay for a Somali cultural event for the new year, the recruitment costs for new volunteers and volunteer and management committee training.
|5 Nov 1999||Acholi Association
This group provides advice, information, education and advocacy for people from Uganda. With this award they will equip their office, produce publicity, train their management committee and therefore increase the capacity of the group to help their clien
|5 Nov 1999||Asian Social & Humanitarian Association
This group provides educational and recreational activities for Asian people in Newham. With this award the group plan to organise a seminar on parental involvement in education and publish an accompanying brochure. The award will also pay the costs of st
|5 Nov 1999||Newham Homelessness Project
This group provides advice and information for homeless families. The award will allow the group to plan, design and carry out a survey to determine the housing needs of Bangladeshi families currently living in temporary accommodation. The survey will com
|5 Nov 1999||Pak Punjabi Literary and Cultural Society London
This group promotes the development of Punjabi culture and literature. The group plan to organise a day long Millennium Festival which will include poetry reading, music and dance. The project will take place in July 2000. venue hire (-ú1,500), the hire of
|5 Nov 1999||Bangladesh Youth Forum (Newham)
This registered charity provides advice, information and education for people of Bengali origin in Newham. This award is for a Millennium celebration in the form of a free musical evening. February 2000. advertising/hire of auditorium and sound system (-ú
|5 Nov 1999||Upton Cross Primary School Football Project
This new group provides football coaching targetted at Asian children including girls and works jointly with the Asians in Football Project and the West Ham Football Club. With this award the group will purchase equipment train school staff volunteers
|1 Nov 1999||Theatre Venture
Purchase of equipment
|£61,989||Arts Council England|
|20 Oct 1999||Community Links Trust Ltd
The grant will be used to provide 164 new childcare places, (60 places all year round at after school and holidays and 104 spaces all year round pre-school, after school and holiday childcare places), for children aged 5 -11. The project will be situate
|£50,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|20 Oct 1999||New Hathaway Community Association
The grant will expand the existing provision to create 30 after school and 30 holiday childcare places for children aged 5 - 12. Schools served will be within the local community area.
|£17,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|13 Oct 1999||Mind
This unique scheme aims to improve the quality of life for users and survivors of mental health services in England and Wales to enable them to play an active role in the community. Through training in areas such as social skills and project management th
|3 Sep 1999||Hand in Hand Refugee & Homeless Support Group
This group provides advocacy, befriending, volunteer training and a bookshare scheme for refugees in Newham. The organisation is seeking to improve overall administration and its contacts with the community by providing social events and producing better
|3 Sep 1999||African Healthcare and Counselling Services
This organisation plans to run a Health 2000 seminar and celebration in December 1999 involving members of the African community and some service providers. There will be displays of health promotion literature alongside drama and cultural dance. The awa
|3 Sep 1999||Sahajanand Community Centre
This group promotes social welfare, Indian culture and ethnic languages not taught within the mainstream education system. This award will support and enhance the groups activities and facilities by providing furniture, a photocopier, an overhead projecto
|3 Sep 1999||Fair And Share
This group provides advice and information, social, recreational and cultural events and promotes Asian women's rights. The award will pay for a trip to Blackpool for Asian people on low incomes, many of whom are elderly and/or disabled, and a trip to Al
|3 Sep 1999||Victim Support Newham
This group provides emotional and practical support to victims of crime in Newham. This award will be used to provide volunteering opportunities for local people, particularly for people whose first language is not English. The award will pay for voluntee
|3 Sep 1999||Plaistow Bangladeshi Parents Association
This group provides mother tongue and supplementary education classes for Bengali children. The grant will enable this group to develop their services to include a youth club where sporting and musical activities will be on offer, with a particular focus
|3 Sep 1999||Newham Local Agenda 21 Group
This group provides advice and information and raises awareness in the local community about sustainable development. The award will be used to stage a volunteers week to encourage people to volunteer and raise awareness about what volunteering is. The aw
|3 Sep 1999||NMP Anti Racist Trust
This group promotes good race relations through education, training and documentation. The project is to create and maintain a website on issues of racial and civil justice. The award will pay for internet connection, design, support, consultancy and comp
|3 Sep 1999||Bengali National Association
This group provides advice and information on welfare benefits, health, education, housing and rights. They also promote arts and culture activity and provide a club for older people, a supplementary education project, and a youth group. The project is
|3 Sep 1999||Congolese Refugee Women Association
This group provides services to relieve the hardship and distress of Congolese women in the UK. CRWA provides recreational activities and support, advocacy, advice and information on immigration, benefits, health and housing problems. The award will pay
|1 Sep 1999||Newham
The award has provided training to ensure that teachers and school librarians are equipped with the necessary knowledge, understanding and skills to make sound decisions about when and how to use ICT effectively in teaching.
|£865,607||New Opportunities Fund|
|29 Jul 1999||Weston Spirit
The project will develop one year programmes and short themed training courses in personal and social development for young people. The grant, over three years, is for staff salaries and running costs.
|19 Jul 1999||St John's Community Centre
Construction of MUGA
|17 Jun 1999||Stratford Gingerbread
This group provides support and advice for lone parent families in Stratford. The grant will be used to pay for a computer, toy library, trips & camping and a contribution towards the costs of a holiday.
|17 Jun 1999||St Marks Playgroup
This group provides play facilities for pre-school children aged 3 and upwards in Newham. The grant will be used to pay for toys, safety improvements, training and outings.
|17 Jun 1999||Newham Autistic Families Together
This group raises awareness of the needs of people with the wide range of conditions within the autistic spectrum, advises and supports people with autism and their families, and helps them get full access to the social services they need. The grant will
|26 May 1999||New Town Bangladeshi Supplementary Education and Welfare Pro
This is a continuation project which provides for the Bengali community in New Town Ward of the London Borough of Newham, four specific services: Mother tongue classes (Sylheti); Youth Work; Advice on Welfare Rights, Benefits, Housing, Cultural and Domes
|26 May 1999||Community Links
The projects develops welfare rights advice and training work funded by NLCB in Round One (MA02567). One full-time and two part-time workers provide multi-lingual centre-based sessions and outreach to frail elderly or disabled users. One full-time worker
|24 May 1999||"London Borough of Newham, Leisure Services"
Atherton Leisure Centre Indoor Bowls Centre and Swimming Pool Refurbishment
|19 May 1999||Mind
A project with the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioural Sciences, Royal Free and University College Medical School. The aims are to assess the psychological status, social adjustment, quality of life and mental health care needs of lesbians and gay me
|20 Apr 1999||Tamil Welfare Association (Newham) UK
The project will provide a range of services including information, advice, outreach and development work for the Tamil Community in East London. The grant, over three years, will pay for office equipment, salaries and running costs.
|20 Apr 1999||Powerhouse
The project is to raise awareness of issues of violence and abuse against women with learning difficulties. The grant, over three years, is for staff salaries and running costs.
|20 Apr 1999||Shed 22 Ltd
The project will encourage the development of learning skills through the use of computers and will undertake outreach work to deliver training. The grant, over three years, is for the salaries of two workers, fees for freelance tutors, project materials
|20 Apr 1999||Newham Training Network Limited
This project will provide organisational management courses, support, advice and information for the management committees and trustees of community groups. The grant, over three years, will pay for staff salaries, office equipment and running costs.
|20 Apr 1999||Corecog- Community of Congolese Refugees in Great Britain
This group provides advice and information on health, welfare, education and training, a translation and interpretation service and arranges cultural events for Congolese refugees. The grant will be used to pay for travel expenses, computer software and m
|20 Apr 1999||New Granwell Community Association
This group provides social activities and general advice to inhabitants of Granwell Estate and the adjoining neighbourhood in the London Borough of Newham. The grant will pay for the construction of security entrance.
|20 Apr 1999||Creative Training Association
This group works to improve the quality of life of people who are disadvantaged by, or at risk of poverty. They provide education and training for parents and carers. The grant will be used to pay for lecturers fees and provide a contribution towards cou
|20 Apr 1999||African Community Welfare Association
This group provides English language classes, IT training, free and confidential counselling and advice and information on a number of issues including health, alcohol and drug abuse and welfare rights in a variety of community languages. The grant will
|20 Apr 1999||Soundbase Training
This group provides professional music technology services for people often excluded from access to such resources. It provides recording studio sessions, workshops focussed on particular subjects and broader based training programs. The grant will be us
|11 Mar 1999||MIND - National Association for Mental Health
MIND provides umbrella support to 211 affiliated Local Mind Associations who offer support services to people suffering from mental or emotional difficulties. This project is to develop a Quality Department within the head office which will devise a quali
|4 Mar 1999||Drug and Alcohol Service for London Limited
The project is to develop a peer alcohol education project in 4 schools in east London. Negotiate teaching sessions with 4 schools, assemble a team of peer educators and implement the training programme. The grant, over three years, is for the salary of
|4 Mar 1999||Beckton Community Health Project (BCHP)
The project aims to expand training and support to people locally providing skills to enable community development and contribute to the promotion of health and well being in Beckton. Training and mentoring opportunities will be provided by a range of st
|4 Mar 1999||African Healthcare and Counselling Services
The project aims to develop, recruit and train minority ethnic volunteers in HIV/AIDS and Mental Health issues. The project will also develop and produce training resources which will include delivery manuals, visual aids and other training requirements.
|4 Mar 1999||Richard House Trust
This project is to proceed with the construction of Richard House, to provide a presence on site, an office base for the nurses of the Home Respite Scheme and to avoid inflation on cost over-run on the delayed building programme. The grant, over two years
|4 Mar 1999||Newham Local Agenda 21 Group
This group provides advice and information and raises awareness in the local community about environmental issues The money will pay for the part-time salary of a development worker, a computer, community workshops and publicity.
|4 Mar 1999||Bangladeshi Educational Needs In Newham
This group provides educational workshops, seminars and mother tongue language teaching. The money will buy a computer and printer and pay for volunteer expenses and educational events.
|4 Mar 1999||Alternative for Refugees Organisation
This group provides information, advice, counselling and training to enable refugees to access health, education and employment services. The money will pay the fees of a trainer and two creche workers, room hire, refreshments, publicity and resource mat
|3 Mar 1999||East Thames Housing Association Limited
The project will build and run a Foyer scheme for the young people of Harlow, providing accomodation, training and advice. The two year capital grant will contribute towards the construction of the cafe and other central drop-in areas.
|9 Feb 1999||Newham Bengali Community Trust
To support a series of Bangladeshi cultural and arts events throughout the borough including: traditional Bengali Folk music and classical dancing performance. The grant, over one year, is for freelance workers, exhibition materials and running costs.
|9 Feb 1999||Children's Discovery Centre East London
To create a safe and fun environment for use by visitors to the centre and the local community in East London. The grant, over one year, will pay for the construction of a recreational garden.
|3 Feb 1999||London Borough of Newham
Bow Porcelain, Newham
|£30,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|3 Feb 1999||Hibiscus Caribbean Elderly Association
Newham Caribbean and African Writing Festival
|£27,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|29 Jan 1999||Eastside Community Heritage
East London's People's Archive
|£49,150||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|26 Jan 1999||East London Dance
The Millennial Dance Project
|£20,518||Arts Council England|
|26 Jan 1999||London Borough Of Newham
|£15,000||Arts Council England|
|13 Jan 1999||Green Street Partnership
The communities of East London will celebrate their diverse cultures by creating a pavement stone which represents their stories and histories. Arts and story telling workshops will be the basis for the designs on the stone to be laid in Green Street East
|13 Jan 1999||Newham Millennium Celebrations Ltd
The East London Mela will be the largest in Europe and will be held towards to end of July. National and international artists and local community music and dance groups will perform at the festival which will also include arts and crafts stalls workshops
|7 Jan 1999||Custom House And Canning Town Community Renewal Project
The project is part of a wider development scheme which includes building a child care practice and training centre in the Docklands area of Newham, where there is a high proportion of unemployment. The grant, over one year, is a contribution towards the
|7 Jan 1999||Children's Discovery Centre East London
The project is for the construction and refurbishment of a building, in order to create a children's museum with exhibitions that will help with their educational development needs. The grant, over one year, is for building and refurbishment costs, the sa
|7 Jan 1999||One Love
The project will run an after school club and school holiday play schemes. The grant, over two years, will be used to pay for the salary of a play organiser, fees for play workers and running costs.
|7 Jan 1999||Ebony Housing Project
The project is to provide accredited training and arrange work placements in housing departments and housing associations, leading to permanent employment. The grant, over three years, is for two new workers, training equipment and running costs.
|7 Jan 1999||Sub Sahara Africa Advice and Support Project
This group provides advice and support to people from Sub Saharan Africa in Newham. The grant will pay for a computer, volunteer expenses, training courses and running expenses.
|7 Jan 1999||Newham Refugee Union
This group is an umbrella body for ethnic, immigrant and refugee groups based in Newham. The grant will pay for computer and office equipment and volunteer training.
|7 Jan 1999||Newham Women's Society
This group provides advice, information and support to Bengali women in Newham. The grant will pay for volunteer expenses, travel, printing and publicity.
|7 Jan 1999||Somali Advice & Resource Centre
This group provides a range of services including information, counselling and support for the Somali community in Newham. The grant will pay for volunteer expenses and training, cultural events and publicity.
|7 Jan 1999||NMP Anti Racist Trust
This group promotes good race relations in Newham and East London through education and training. The grant will pay for a Development Manager's salary and office running expenses.