47 matching grants found.
|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
|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||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||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
|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.
|27 Oct 1998||Confederation of Indian Organisations (UK)
The project will provide support to develop and improve South Asian voluntary groups. The grant, over three years, is for three staff salaries and general running costs.
|27 Oct 1998||Waterloo Breakaway
The project provides social and recreational activities for disadvantaged homeless people. The grant, over three years, is for the salary of a new full time project manager and general running costs.
|27 Oct 1998||Homeshare (formerly Community Care Trust)
This organisation supports older people who wish to remain in their own homes by training younger people to be companions and carers who stay free of charge in the older person's home in return for 10 hours per week of care. The project will expand the s
|27 Oct 1998||Child and Sound
The project will provide music and music therapy workshops for children and young adults with special needs and learning difficulties. It will work with schools, voluntary organisations and day centres. The grant, over three years, is for staff salaries,
|27 Oct 1998||St Michael Associates
The project wil provide extra tution and support for young people of African origin who are at risk of educational failure. The grant, over three years, is for four staff salaries and information materials.
|27 Oct 1998||Southwark African Family Support Services
The project will provide training, work placements and volunteering opportunities for the unemployed, older or disabled people and people with learning difficulties from within black and minority ethnic communities. The grant, over three years, is for the
|27 Oct 1998||Dulwich Helpline
The project is to develop an existing befriending scheme for older people, isolated people and carers. The grant, over three years, is for refurbishment works, the purchase of office equipment, salary of a befriender co-ordinator and running costs.
|27 Oct 1998||New Economics Foundation
NEF promotes a sustainable economy through research, education and training. The project is to run four pilot projects in Bradford, Brecon Beacons National Park, Newcastle and Waterloo, London, using new methods of community participation designed to invo
|27 Oct 1998||advice UK
The project will provide information and support to enable advice centres to address new legislation on legal aid and services. The grant, over three years, is for the purchase of equipment, two staff salaries and running costs.
|27 Oct 1998||A D F A M National
The Organisation Provides Support To Families Of Drug Users, Raises Awareness Of Their Needs And Enables The Development Of Appropriate Support Services. The Prisons Project Will Work With Prison Visitor Centres And Support Groups To Provide Services To F
|30 Sep 1998||Capital Carers
This project will recruit volunteers to provide advice and support to young carers aged between 8 and 16 years. The grant, over three years, will be used to employ a project worker and contribute towards running costs.
|30 Sep 1998||Poets Corner Tenants and Residents Association
This project will set up a day centre providing advice, information, tenants and residents surgeries and police liaison for residents of a local estate. The grant, over one year, will be used to purchase equipment to complete the hall refurbishment proje
|30 Sep 1998||Latin American Disabled People's Project
The project will promote volunteering among current users by improving access, training and self help. The grant, over three years, will be used to purchase equipment, employ a user and volunteer development worker and contribute to running costs.
|30 Sep 1998||South London Family Service Unit
The project will recruit volunteers to provide family advice surgeries, a parents' support group, therapeutic groups for children and playschemes for single parents, refugees and minority ethnic groups. The grant, over three years, will pay for office equ
|30 Sep 1998||Golden Oldies Community Care Project
This project, for African-Caribbean older people, will provide counselling, advice and an outreach service to assist people with everyday tasks. The grant, over three years, is for the salary of a community support worker, fees for freelance workers and r
|30 Sep 1998||The Pumphouse Educational Trust
This project will provide a reminiscence scheme for older people living in residential homes and sheltered accommodation. The grant, over three years, will be used to employ staff and contribute towards running costs.
|30 Sep 1998||Walworth Triangle Forum
This project will promote existing community services to residents living in local housing estates. The grant, over three years, will be used to purchase office equipment, employ a community outreach worker and contribute towards running costs.
|22 Sep 1998||Bermondsey Artists Group
Stage 3: Refurbishment & extension of Cafe Gallery
|£490,911||Arts Council England|
|22 Sep 1998||Design Museum
A National Outreach Programme for Architecture and the Built Environment
|£70,000||Arts Council England|
|22 Sep 1998||London Bubble Theatre Company
Purchase of technical and FOH equipment and a vehicle
|£86,490||Arts Council England|
|15 Jul 1998||Tall Stories
|£31,010||Arts Council England|
|19 May 1998||Film And Video Umbrella
|£17,500||Arts Council England|
|7 May 1998||The Vicar and Churchwardens of All Saints
All Saints, Blackheath, LB Lewisham
|£147,100||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|29 Apr 1998||Community Music
Investing in Young Music Producers
|£190,000||Arts Council England|
|27 Apr 1998||St. Thomas The Apostle College
New Cricket Nets
|7 Apr 1998||SCODA Ltd
A consortium working with The Institute for the Study of Drug Dependence and The Scottish Drug Forum, to research the IT needs of voluntary sector groups working in the field of substance abuse. The grant, over one year, will pay for three salaries, equip
|26 Mar 1998||Southwark Action for Voluntary Organisations ( S A V O )
The project will establish this organisation as a co-ordinating and support body for voluntary and community organisations. This three year grant will pay for office equipment, the salaries of four workers and running costs.
|26 Mar 1998||Carr-Gomm
To furnish four housing developments in Eastbourne, London, Chester and Barrow in Furness for people with mental health problems and for people with learning disabilities. The one year grant is for the purchase of kitchen appliances, furniture, decoration
|26 Mar 1998||Surrey Gardens Tenants and Residents Association
The project will contribute towards the development of a community garden in a local square. This one year grant will pay for a consultation programme, design work and equipment.
|26 Mar 1998||Community Action Southwark
The project will provide specialist training and funding advice to voluntary organisations working with children and families. This three year grant will pay for refurbishment work, office equipment, the salary of a project worker and running costs.
|26 Mar 1998||Safe In The City
The project will run a Best Practice programme providing specialist expertise to initiatives aimed at preventing youth homeless. This two year grant will pay for consultancy fees and secondments. Now been extended to 3 years.
|26 Mar 1998||St Giles Trust
The project is to develop a day centre for women and people from ethnic minorities who are homeless or vulnerable. This three year grant will pay for office equipment, two staff salaries and running costs.
|26 Mar 1998||Energy Conservation And Solar Centre
An awareness project to assist low income households by providing energy efficiency advice and help to optimise their use of limited resources. The grant, over three years, will pay for office equipment, transport, salaries and running expenses.
|26 Mar 1998||Kairos Community Trust
The project will establish secure accommodation, providing short term housing and a detoxification program for the long term homeless and those suffering from drug and alcohol dependency. This one year grant will pay for the purchase and refurbishment of
|26 Mar 1998||Welcare Service for Parents and Children
The project will provide training and support in fundraising and finance to voluntary organisations in the area. This three year grant will pay for computer equipment, the salary of a finance support manager and running expenses.
|26 Mar 1998||Alcohol Recovery Project
The project will improve black people's access to existing drug and alcohol support services and raise issues specific to black people. This three year grant will pay for office equipment, the salaries of two outreach support workers and running costs.
|26 Mar 1998||Groundwork Southwark
The project will provide a community-led revitalisation of an underused open space into a valuable community and environmental resource. This three year grant will pay for the landscaping of the area, office equipment, the salary of a community project wo
|26 Mar 1998||Alcohol Concern
To support and develop alcohol agencies across England through setting up regional networks of relevant groups. Additionally networks of alcohol agencies will be developed to represent under represented groups. The grant, over three years, will cover the
|18 Mar 1998||Independent Theatre Council
Purchase of computer and office equipment
|£290,500||Arts Council England|
|18 Mar 1998||London Sinfonietta
Purchase equipment and instruments
|£95,139||Arts Council England|
|18 Mar 1998||Persistent Vision Productions
Housebound' (a.k.a. The Break-In)
|£28,000||Arts Council England|
|3 Feb 1998||Dulwich Picture Gallery
Dulwich Picture Gallery - Refurbishment
|£5,000,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|