160 matching grants found.
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|13 Dec 2000||Drake Music
|£86,400||Arts Council England|
|13 Dec 2000||Beatrice Tate Secondary School
This Group Is A School For Students With Severe Learning Difficulties. The Award Will Be Used To Have A Small Arts Organisation, 'Wild Ducks', Lead A 2 Term Residency In Movement And Dance Activities For People With Learning Disabilities.
|£5,000||Arts Council England|
|13 Dec 2000||Noakhali Association UK Ltd
This new group aim to provide advice, information and resources on education, health and regeneration issues. The award will be used as start up costs for the group and a Millennium community celebration. The group aim to improve community activities lead
|13 Dec 2000||Tower Hamlets Race Equality Council
This group works toward the elimination of racial discrimination, promote equality of opportunity and good relations between people of different racial groups. As part of a series of lectures under the title 'The Millennium Lectures on Race and Human Righ
|13 Dec 2000||African Women's Welfare Association - Ayoka Project
This reg charity provides advice, education and training to persons who have been affected by sickle cell or thalassaemia disease. The award will be used to fund an event at Thorpe Park for people suffering from these conditions, their carers, friends and
|13 Dec 2000||Summer Education (UK)
80 students at summer universities in selected areas across England will act as youth ambassadors and undertake projects based on Gaining and Sharing Skills Exploration and Discovery or Creativity Culture and Your Community. Awards of between -ú2797 and -ú3
|13 Dec 2000||Bangladeshi Community Development Initiative
This group provides advice, guidance and support to the Bangladeshi community. The award will be used to fund a training programme on capacity building, specifically designed for the group's management committee and volunteers.
|12 Dec 2000||Chisenhale Gallery
Recovery Programme (Implementing a Recovery Plan)
|£157,200||Arts Council England|
|12 Dec 2000||Bock & Vincenzi
|£31,490||Arts Council England|
|12 Dec 2000||Rosemary Lee Projects
|£49,460||Arts Council England|
|7 Dec 2000||St Pauls with St Marks P.C.C.
An ambitious project that aims to restore and refurbish a grade 11 listed church building in order to house a health living centre. The centre will be equipped with a gym suite, community caf+® and cinema. It serve the needs of the people living in Bow, To
|£999,999||New Opportunities Fund|
|6 Dec 2000||Poplar Harca
|£15,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|5 Dec 2000||London Borough of Tower Hamlets
The event expects to draw on a locally based audience of over 30000 in three locations Hackney Tower Hamlets and Canary Wharf which will have strobe and lighting effects designed to appeal to a London wide audience from a distance. This is a diverse commu
|4 Dec 2000||Half Moon Young Peoples Theatre
Fields and Oceans of Stories
|£25,550||Arts Council England|
|28 Nov 2000||Chisenhale Studios-Art Place Trust
East End Artists for East End Festivals
|£20,000||Arts Council England|
|24 Nov 2000||Ragged School Museum Trust
Ragged School Museum Access Project
|£50,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|14 Nov 2000||Showroom Gallery
Eva Rothschild Touring Exhibition
|£14,000||Arts Council England|
|14 Nov 2000||Chisenhale Gallery
|£25,084||Arts Council England|
|28 Oct 2000||The Poplar HARCA
Three neighbourhood UK Online Centres situated in Bromley-by-Bow, Lansbury and East India will offer basic skills and referrals for future learning. The project aims to provide essential resources for a lifelong strategy for local elderly people, adults
|£248,132||New Opportunities Fund|
|25 Oct 2000||Avenues Unlimited (Old Ford)
This group provides youth work for young people to enable them to participate in educational and social activities. The award will be used to purchase computer equipment and offer the young people internet access.
|25 Oct 2000||La Leche League Central London Group
This group provides information and support to all breastfeeding women via telephone counselling, home visits and monthly meetings. The award will be used for a three day conference in Nottingham for further education & training.
|25 Oct 2000||Christchurch Gardens Youth and Community Centre
This group is a community centre. The award will be used to help fund a new herb garden, outings for children, their day centre.
|25 Oct 2000||Community Development Project
This group was formed to develop and strengthen the capacity of ethnic minority organisations. The award will be used for gathering reference materials for new and budding organisations and to run a series of capacity building courses.
|25 Oct 2000||Gandhi Foundation - School of Non Violence
This group promotes knowledge of Gandhi and demontrates the relevance of his teachings to issues of our time. The award will be used to fund two teacher training sessions and offer free teaching packs to local schools in order to help extend Ghandi teachi
|25 Oct 2000||Small Fry Workshops
This group aims to develop the self-esteem, confidence and social skills of children from deprived areas by providing high quality workshops in the performing arts. The award will be used to pay for professional practitioners and materials for a 3 week se
|25 Oct 2000||Planning Aid Volunteers (London) Support Group
This new group manages the network of volunteers across London that offer free professional planning advice to those who cannot afford a consultant. The award will be used to publicise the groups work and develop the group through training events and semi
|25 Oct 2000||Tower Hamlets Swimming Club
This group provides swimming tuition for children. The award will be used to run an introductory course in snorkelling for 40 children.
|25 Oct 2000||Poplar Football Club
This new group provides facilities for people to improve their ability in football. The award will be used to finance the start up costs of setting up the football team and the hire of venues and other costs.
|23 Oct 2000||Bromley by Bow Centre
Bow Music Academy
|£13,900||Arts Council England|
|17 Oct 2000||Alternative Arts
|£18,999||Arts Council England|
|10 Oct 2000||Steven Berkoff'S East Productions
Messiah - Scenes from a Crucifixion
|£99,723||Arts Council England|
|2 Oct 2000||Chisenhale Dance Space
Purchase of computers, lighting and sound equipment
|£29,194||Arts Council England|
|19 Sep 2000||Age Concern Tower Hamlets (Acth)
|£26,122||Arts Council England|
|16 Sep 2000||Planning Aid For London
The project will help local groups and individuals to influence the town planning process more effectively. The grant, over three years, is for a salary and project running costs.
|16 Sep 2000||Toynbee Hall
The project will provide access for young people from the Bengali community to participate in the Duke of Edinburgh scheme. The grant, over three years, is for salary and project running costs.
|7 Sep 2000||Action Methods England
This Group Provides Workshops, Performances And Training Events For Special Interest Groups, Local Communities, And Charities. The Group Plan To Stage A Series Of Workshops For Community Groups In The East End Of London.
|£5,000||Arts Council England|
|7 Sep 2000||St Marys Backyard
This group provides educational and recreational activities for local residents. The award will be used to create a newsletter & website for the project and organise a planning day for the garden design project.
|7 Sep 2000||Somali Community Link
This group provides advice, support, and information to members of the Somali community to improve their access to mainstream services. The award will be used to create a website for unemployed young Somalis.
|7 Sep 2000||St Peter's Bengali Association
This group supports the educational, social, and welfare development of the Bengali community in the Bethnal Green area. The award will be used to purchase computer equipment, as well as pay for training courses and workshops in capacity building and deve
|7 Sep 2000||Saint Chad's P.C.C.
This group provides a wide range of services to the entire local community. The award will be to purchase two notice boards to display all community activities and events.
|7 Sep 2000||London Achievers
This group aims to encourage young people to excel in education and assist them in various ways to realise their career aspirations and dreams. The award will be used to offer a weekend training course in mentoring to 20 of its volunteers as well as publi
|7 Sep 2000||Mosaada Centre for Single Women
This group provides relief of poverty, sickness and distress of single women in London, by the provision of advice, facilities for training and other services appropriate to their needs. The award will be used to run a 12 week arts and crafts programme ai
|7 Sep 2000||Newham Lone Parents
This group aims to improve the conditions of life for lone parents and seeks to challenge negative stereotypes surrounding this group. The award will be used to hold a conference to stimulate discussion on the issues facing lone parents and to raise aware
|7 Sep 2000||Somali Youth Music and Emplyment Association
This new group will provide advice and guidance for Somali youths in East London. The award will be used to fund initial start up costs for the group.
|7 Sep 2000||Tolerance In Diversity
This group provides training and workshops in community relations. The award will be used to hold a roadshow to schools, colleges and youth centres where workshops will be offered in tolerance and diversity.
|7 Sep 2000||CitiCare International Ltd
This group provides tuition in Asian vocal and instrumental music. They provide rehearsal space and practice facilities for young musicans. The award will be used to purchase a PA system for the centre and to stage 3 multi-cultural concerts to be held in
|7 Sep 2000||Brayford Square Playgroup
This group provides education through play, which covers the six areas of learning as required by OFSTED, from 2.5 to 5 years old. The award will be used to purchase and replace play equipment.
|7 Sep 2000||Boundary Estate Tenants & Residents Association
This group is a tenants and residents association in Tower Hamlets. The award will be used to part-fund the design, production and distribution of a community newsletter.
|7 Sep 2000||Tower Hamlet's Womens Project
This new group will raise awareness of crimes against women in Tower Hamlets and its effects. The award will be used to print a booklet highlighting the issues involved, which will be available in three languages. Copies will be distributed free to local
|7 Sep 2000||Stepney Dynamic Youth
This group provides education to young people after school hours with the aid of recreational and leisure time activities. The award will help in the teaching of IT courses to students in the Stepney Green area.
|7 Sep 2000||Tarling Street (East) Tenants & Residents Association
This group offers advice to residents, study support for their children and a drop-in club for the elderly. The award will be used to purchase new computer equipment for the groups computer club which can support the modern software that users need to bec
|7 Sep 2000||British Bengali Welfare Association UK
This group provides a range of activities including benefits sessions, advice sessions on immigration, a job club, one to one counselling, a youth club, supplementary education, advice for parents, interpreting and translation. The award will be used to h
|7 Sep 2000||Tower Hamlets Sports for the Disabled
This group provides social events including sports for disabled people. The award will be used to pay for travel costs to Blackpool to join other disabled clubs for sports competitions.
|7 Sep 2000||Umubano Community Group
This group provide free advice to members on all aspects of refugee and asylum seekers from Rwanda. This also includes information and advice on education, housing and interpreting services. The award will be used to fund a ballet class and provide teachi
|7 Sep 2000||Composers Orchestral Project
This group encourages amateur players to explore new music and expand their performance skills. The award will be used to increase collaboration between composers and amateur players by selecting four composers to write works and perform them with amateur
|7 Sep 2000||Collingwood Tenants and Residents Association
This group promotes tenants' rights and the maintenance and improvement of their housing conditions and environment. The award will help to pay for new equipment for their community centre.
|7 Sep 2000||SANE
SANE is established to raise awareness of mental illness by campaigning to combat prejudice and ignorance about the disease and to improve mental health service provision. The project is to recruit and train 100 volunteers. 50 in Macclesfield and 50 in Br
|7 Sep 2000||Asylum Aid
The Partnership comprises the following organisations Asylum Aid Central London Advice Services and Refugee Outreach Advice Project. The project is to recruit 8 members of staff to bring together different aspects of the advice sector to provide a compr
|7 Sep 2000||Mile End Old Town Residents Association
This group is a resident's association. The award will fund the production and distribution of a booklet about the history of the area. It will be based on research already carried out by the group.
|£4,060||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|7 Sep 2000||East London Weightlifting Centre
This group provides competitive weightlifting training sessions for girls and boys. The award will be used to purchase additional weightlifting equipment.
|7 Sep 2000||Valance Community Sports Association
This group provides a service to youths in Tower Hamlets particularly those who are Bangladeshi or from other minority ethnic groups and socially disadvantaged. The grant will be used to develop a Bangladheshi football team.
|7 Sep 2000||Friday Games Club
This group provides recreation activities for children and their parents and guardians which enhances physical emotional and social skills. The award will be used to pay for coaching fees and for the purchase of a table tennis set.
|7 Sep 2000||Langdon Park Lawn Tennis Club
This group provides tennis socially and in competition. The award will be used primarily to establish a junior section.
|7 Sep 2000||Brick Lane Youth Development Association
This group provides a youth centre for junior and seniors as well as a young women's drop in centre. The award will be used to develop a unique range of sport activities.
|7 Sep 2000||Tower Hamlets Sports for the Disabled
This group provides social events including sports for disabled people. The award will be used to provide a day of water and land based sporting activities for disabled people.
|7 Aug 2000||Brady Arts And Community Centre
Creation of a resource bank of equipment and musical instruments
|£29,868||Arts Council England|
|1 Aug 2000||Tawakal Somali Womens Group
Arts, Media and TV/Video Project
|£30,000||Arts Council England|
|1 Aug 2000||Gogmagogs
|£27,791||Arts Council England|
|27 Jul 2000||The British Stammering Association
The Project Is To Expand The Association'S Information And Counselling Service, Extend The Hours Of The Helpline, Provide A Wider Range Of Information, In Particular Relating To Legal Rights And Employment Practices, And Develop Links With Specialist Exp
|26 Jul 2000||Historic Royal Palaces
Tower Environs Scheme - Understanding the Tower
|£5,765,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|20 Jul 2000||Rich Mix Cultural Foundation
The Rich Mix Centre will refurbish and extend a former leather-clothing factory into a multi-use cultural arts and retail centre to create an arena that fosters inter-cultural understanding inclusiveness and tolerance. It aims to celebrate cultural divers
|18 Jul 2000||Station House Opera
The Bear Garden and Mare's Nest
|£40,000||Arts Council England|
|18 Jul 2000||Daily Life
|£15,000||Arts Council England|
|13 Jul 2000||The Kipper Project
This project will provide a housing advice and advocacy service for young homeless people in the east of London. The grant, over three years, will contribute towards the salaries of three workers, offfice equipment and associated project costs.
|4 Jul 2000||School for Social Entrepreneurs
The School For Social Entrepreneurs (SSE) was established by the Institute for Community Studies as a means to provide skills for individuals working for projects in their local community. This project seeks to provide the framework of support to enable t
|3 Jul 2000||PCC of St Peter's Church
St Peter London Docks
|£16,600||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|13 Jun 2000||Bromley By Bow Centre
The grant will provide funding for a range of innovative programmes over the next three years. These will include health and exercise groups, singing for asthma, arts, health activities, food education, allotments, gardeners, complementary therapists and
|£1,000,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|9 Jun 2000||Community Media
This Group Provides Disadvantaged And Disaffected Youth With Training In Technology In Both Music And Graphic Production In Order To Address Unemployment. The Award Will Be Used To Facilitate A Series Of Training Sessions In Dj'Ing And Sound Engineering C
|£2,940||Arts Council England|
|9 Jun 2000||Stephen & Matilda Childrens Association
This group provides stimulating creative and educational play to childen aged 1 to 13 years in the Wapping area. The award would be used to start a drama and dance project benefitting 20 children in June 2000.
|9 Jun 2000||Dinmont Residents Association
This group provides opportunities for community and social activities and interaction and represents the interests of residents. The award would be used to hold open evenings for residents to meet, discuss ideas for activities at the new community centre
|9 Jun 2000||Shadwell Gardens Tenants and Residents Association
This group provides supplementary classes, advice sessions, cultural and social activities and a youth club. The award will be used to set up an eight week programme of educational and social activities including Bengali classes and drugs awareness sessio
|9 Jun 2000||Wessex Singers
This group provides opportunities for members to participate in choral singing and public performances.They wish to sing at an Old Time Music Hall with other perfomers to entertain groups of older people.
|9 Jun 2000||Brune, Bernard & Carter House Tenants & Resident Association
This group provides advice, elderly care and a supplementary school for the residents of Brune, Bernhard and Carter House. The group plan to purchase office equipment and materials for the supplementary school and homework sessions.
|9 Jun 2000||Uganda Communal Parenting Arena
This group provides culturally and linguistically appropriate social and educational parenting services and facilities. The group will hold a Parenting Conference and establish an Ugandan musical group.
|9 Jun 2000||Millwall Lone Parents Group
This group is a self help group for local lone parents and their children. This award will be used to provide a summer play scheme and other facilities for children during the Summer of 2000.
|9 Jun 2000||Gay, Lesbian Bisexual and Transgender Network
The award would be used to create a mobile exhibition based on original art work, photographic works and text to raise awareness of human rights abuse. The exhibition will start in Newham, but will tour around other regions in UK. The exhibition will take
|9 Jun 2000||Poplar Housing and Regeneration Community Association Limite
This group provides youth activities including health promotion, drug awareness sessions, and various sports activities. The award will be used to provide equipment and training to establish a health and fitness project for residents of all ages on the Li
|9 Jun 2000||Udichi Shilpi Gosthi
This group is a Bengali community arts and cultural organisation. This award will be used to organise a musical performance including artistic shows to celebrate the millennium.
|9 Jun 2000||INDO American Refugee and Migrant Organisation
This group runs a Saturday school and provides advice and information for Latin American refugees and migrants. The award will be used to provide teaching equipment and pay for volunteer expenses.
|9 Jun 2000||Will Crooks Tenants & Residents Assoc.
This is a tenants and residents association. The award will be used to fund a community celebration and pageant based on the theme of the history of the area. The event will revolve around the erection of painted panels designed by the community and displ
|£4,500||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|9 Jun 2000||Bengali Literary Society
This group provides opportunities for people to participate in cultural activities such as drama, music, dance and poetry. They plan to hold a two day event in June or July with music, dance, poetry recitals and discussions all linked to Bengali culture a
|£5,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|9 Jun 2000||Friends Of Stitches In Time
This group developed from a time limited project that produced 50 textile panels. This group has been set up to take the project further and take responsibility for future exhibiting and furthering the skills of those who participated in the work. The awa
|£2,800||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|9 Jun 2000||Jesus Hospital Estate Residents Association
This residents association wish to produce a book from interviews and photos of the changes that have occurred in the streets in the last century. The award will also be used to stage a theatre performance based on the interviews from locals of the change
|£4,990||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|9 Jun 2000||Pace Productions
This new group aim to provide a showcase where new works of art, theatre and dance can be performed and give local residents access to cultural events. The award will be used to stage a play that celebrates the lives of two historical figures, Samuel Pepy
|£4,750||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|9 Jun 2000||Chadwell Heath Soccer School
"This Group Plans To Provide Football Coaching For Boys And Girls Aged 5-16. The Award Will Be Used To Pay For Equipment, Training And Coaches Cost. Project Will Commence June 2000. Equipment (+¦2,444), Fa Coaching Courses (+¦450), Coaching Materials (+¦150)
|9 Jun 2000||Boundary Cricket Club
"This Group Promotes And Encourages Greater Participation In The Sport Of Cricket. The Award Would Be Used To Purchase Cricket Equipment, To Produce Pubicity Material And To Promote Cricket To Local Youths. June 2000. Cricket Equipment (+¦3,236)"
|9 Jun 2000||St Pauls Way Community School
"The Award Will Be Used To Develop A Girls Cricket Club At The School And Improve Facilities For Pupils Who Already Play. The Project Will Also Lead To An After School Cricket Club For Girls. The Project Will Start Summer/Autumn 2000. Outdoor Practice Net
|9 Jun 2000||North Greenwich Bowls Club
"This Group Provides Bowls Under Rules Of The English Bowling Association To The Local Community Living In The Isle Of Dogs. The Award Will Be Used To Refurbish The Kitchen To Help Cater For Away Teams And Supporters. June 2000. Kitchen Re-Fit (+¦2,851)"
|9 Jun 2000||Victoria Park Cricket Club
"This Group Is A Cricket Club That Runs A Senior And A Junior Side, With Entry To Summer And Winter Leagues. The Award Will Help The Organisation Purchase New Equipment And Provide Staff Members With Training In First Aid And Basic Coaching. June 2000. Cr
|9 Jun 2000||Tower Hamlets Athletic Club
This group provides athletics for males and females from the age of 10. The award will be used to extend the groups activities and increase participation.