26 matching grants found.
|30 Dec 2016||North East Social Care and Health Advisors (NESCHA)
The project will organise a region-wide conference and a bi-annual forum for patients, carers, families and the wider community. They will produce a newsletter, develop their website, and improve their services by providing volunteer training in research techniques and digital engagement tools. This will help to give people a voice to share best practice and improve healthcare services in the north east.
|£9,453||Big Lottery Fund|
|15 Dec 2016||St Teresa's RC Primary School
The school will deliver extra-curricular physical and life skills activities during breakfast, lunch and after school clubs, culminating in a celebration event. This will help develop the confidence and life skills of vulnerable children, improve their attainment levels, and enable them to make informed choices to improve their wellbeing.
|£7,560||Big Lottery Fund|
|5 Dec 2016||The Hartlepool Hospice Limited
The project will deliver social, creative and recreational activities for palliative care patients when they visit the day hospice. This will help patients develop their skills and help reduce their social isolation. The activities will involve family and friends, local groups and schools to help dispel negative stereotyping about hospices.
|£10,000||Big Lottery Fund|
|21 Nov 2016||Brougham Primary School
The school will improve their early years play area, purchase new play equipment and extend their trim trail. This will provide creative and physical play activities for young children to help aid their development, and therapeutic activities for vulnerable older children to improve their wellbeing.
|£9,945||Big Lottery Fund|
|15 Nov 2016||Ward Jackson Primary School
The school will develop a sensory/reflective garden, with all weather and wheelchair friendly surfacing, seating, sensory plants and growing beds to attract wildlife. This will provide children with stimulating outdoor and nature based activities to aid their social and physical development.
|£9,985||Big Lottery Fund|
|25 Oct 2016||SkillShare North East Limited
The project will provide health and safety training for two members of staff including Paediatric First Aid, Personal Safety and Manual Handling. The organisation will then be able to deliver these accredited courses to third sector organisations for free, or at a low cost.
|£9,872||Big Lottery Fund|
|19 Oct 2016||BloomInArt Northeast CIC
|£11,669||Arts Council England|
|27 Sep 2016||Golden Flatts Primary School
The school will use the funding to run extra curricular health education and activity sessions for children, adults and families. This will help encourage beneficiaries to make healthy lifestyle choices and become more physically active.
|£9,360||Big Lottery Fund|
|21 Sep 2016||Barnard Grove Primary School
The school will install an outdoor growing area, wildlife area, and fitness equipment to provide children with stimulating and interesting outdoor play and nature based activities that will aid their development and encourage them to become more active.
|£10,000||Big Lottery Fund|
|15 Sep 2016||Owton Fens Community Association
The organisation will use the funding to provide a gardening maintenance service for older and disabled people that is staffed by young volunteers. This will help young people to develop their skills and improve their employment opportunities. Older and disabled people will benefit from improvements to their gardens and a befriending service that aims to reduce social isolation.
|£7,500||Big Lottery Fund|
|26 Aug 2016||Extended Services in North Hartlepool
The organisation will use the funding to extend their after school children groups activities to a wider range of ages in locations throughout North Hartlepool. This will involve volunteering opportunities to help run the groups, and provide structured and positive diversionary activities for children and young people, to improve their opportunities and encourage them to make healthier lifestyle choices.
|£10,000||Big Lottery Fund|
|12 Aug 2016||40th Hartlepool Scout Group
The organisation will use funding to replace the doors and windows of their scout building to improve health and safety and ventilation, for the benefit of members and community groups that use the amenities.
|£9,800||Big Lottery Fund|
|6 Jun 2016||Mindskills
The organisation will use the funding to provide support and training for people with mental health and emotional difficulties when leaving their ?Recovery College? service. This will help service users to become active members of the community by offering volunteer opportunities as group leaders, to provide peer support and help deliver community support group ?hub? activities.
|£8,376||Big Lottery Fund|
|6 Jun 2016||Hartlepool Community Restoration Society
The organisation will use the funding to delivery art therapy workshops including painting, decorating and restoring redundant furniture. This will provide creative activities to help empower individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds, encourage them to reconnect with the wider community, develop new skills and improve their wellbeing.
|£9,400||Big Lottery Fund|
|11 May 2016||Positive Parent's Group
The group will use the funding to offer a variety of activities and family events for children and young people over a four week period during the Summer holidays. This will help reduce the social isolation of families from disadvantaged backgrounds, and improve the confidence and self-esteem of young people.
|£9,994||Big Lottery Fund|
|22 Apr 2016||Red Dreams
|£26,551||Arts Council England|
|13 Apr 2016||Joan Crump
Hartlepool Folk Festival
|£15,000||Arts Council England|
|6 Apr 2016||Kirsten Luckins
The Trouble With Compassion
|£5,913||Arts Council England|
|5 Apr 2016||RASC/RCT Association (Teesside)
The organisation will use the funding to host a commemorative event to mark the 100th anniversary of the Battle of the Somme. This will enable the organisation to bring people together at a social event, improve community spirit and cohesion whilst promoting their activities which will help address issues of social isolation.
|£4,500||Big Lottery Fund|
|23 Mar 2016||Stuart Langley
R and D: Neon
|£8,153||Arts Council England|
|14 Mar 2016||Red Dreams
The organisation will use the funding to run a programme of activities and workshops including confidence building and accredited and non-accredited learning for marginalised and vulnerable young people. This will provide them with a support network, improve their skills and aspirations, volunteering and employment opportunities, and reduce their social isolation.
|£8,960||Big Lottery Fund|
|10 Mar 2016||Phillip Swinburne
|£13,000||Arts Council England|
|19 Feb 2016||Queens Meadow Activity Club
The organisation will use the funding to deliver a programme of activities and learning sessions, including IT and Skype, storytelling and filming using Apps for residents. This will develop their skills and reduce the isolation of older people, help them to communicate online with family members and enable them to become active members of the community.
|£9,999||Big Lottery Fund|
|19 Jan 2016||Karen Liddle School of Dance
The organisation will use the funding to refurbishing their new community lounge and cafe. This will improve the facilities for members and enable community groups and local residents to access a range of services.
|£9,535||Big Lottery Fund|
|18 Jan 2016||Hartlepool Borough Council
Church Street Conservation Area Revival
|£1,176,400||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|8 Jan 2016||Youth Drop In Group
The organisation will use the funding to deliver physical activities including boxing, martial arts, dance and mini boot camps for young people and children. This will provide them with opportunities to access activities to develop new skills and improve their physical health and wellbeing.
|£8,690||Big Lottery Fund|