18 matching grants found.
|17 Dec 1996||Cleveland Disability Forum
The project explores opportunities for independent living through self-help groups, involving disabled people who are already living independently. The grant, over three years, will pay for the salaries of a development worker and part-time administration
|17 Dec 1996||Cleveland Relate
A telephone counselling service for people experiencing relationship problems which attempts to move clients towards face to face counselling. The grant, over three years, will be used to employ three part-time telephone counsellors, fund the setting up a
|17 Dec 1996||Scope on Teeside
Provides training and life skills experience for young adults with cerebral palsy who currently use the day centre. The grant, over three years, will be used to employ five daily living skills instructors, fund running costs and purchase independent livin
|17 Dec 1996||Middlesbrough Mencap and Gateway Society
The one year grant will be used to purchase and run a 15-seat minibus to enable members with learning difficulties to attend a wide range of activities including training. It will also fund the costs of training.
|17 Dec 1996||Cleveland Rape and Sexual Abuse Counselling Service
Project to establish an autonomous counselling and support project for black women who have experienced sexual violence. The grant, over three years, will be used to employ a full-time development worker and support worker, purchase office equipment and f
|13 Nov 1996||South Bank Brass Band
Band instruments, equipment, and music commission
|£26,178||Arts Council England|
|18 Jun 1996||The Botanic Centre Middlesbrough Limited
This project will create a hydroponicum in a lakeside setting which will provide a range of unusual plants and flowers in different climatic environments. The hydroponicum will also house a conference room eating area and exhibition area and will be locat
|11 Jun 1996||Youth Action Middlesbrough
Provides quality groupwork activities to enable children and young people to develop into responsible adults. The grant, over three years, will be used to acquire new premises and computer equipment, employ a resource worker and fund the production costs
|11 Jun 1996||Racial Equality Council Cleveland
Aims to eliminate racial discrimination, and promote equal opportunities and good relations between racial groups. The grant, over three years, will be used to employ two full-time development workers and a part-time clerical assistant, and fund associate
|11 Jun 1996||The Scout Association Phoenix Scout Unit
A district venture scout unit providing a programme of educational, training and outdoor pursuits activities. The one year grant is for the acquisition of a replacement minibus, canoes and camping equipment.
|11 Jun 1996||Park End Community Centre Managment Committee
The creation of suitable facilities for children and adolescents in the Community Centre of Park End . The grant, over one year, will create a landscaped play area and outside meeting place with two seating areas for children and adolescents at Park End.
|11 Jun 1996||Credit Union Development Initiative for Middlesbrough CUDIM
Provides bookkeeping support services to credit unions in disadvantaged areas of Cleveland. The grant, over three years, will be used to employ a bookkeeper, purchase office equipment and fund associated running costs.
|11 Jun 1996||Hindu Cultural Society of Cleveland
The refurbishment of a religious, cultural and educational centre in Middlesbrough. The grant, over one year, is for the replacement of six wooden framed windows and the renovation of the main hall floor with a synthetic floor covering.
|11 Jun 1996||Stonham Housing Association Ltd
Provides emergency accommodation and support for homeless young people. The grant, over three years, is to purchase two new buildings, office equipment and furniture, employ two workers, and fund associated running costs.
|11 Jun 1996||The Samaritians Of Teeside
The development of a campaign directed at young suicidal men in Teeside. The grant, over one year, is for the purchase of a photocopier, publicity posters and advertising space rental, volunteers travel expenses and publicity materials.
|11 Jun 1996||Whinney Banks Parental Support
Provides advice, support and training to the parents of children on the Whinney Banks estate. The grant, over three years, will be used to employ a support worker and an administrator, and to fund the costs of equipment, training, promotional and other of
|11 Jun 1996||St Hilda's Partnership Ltd.
An empowering youth project which aims to improve training and employment opportunities for disadvantaged young people. The grant, over three years, will be used to refurbish a building, purchase a minibus and office and other equipment, employ sessional
|20 Feb 1996||Middlesbrough Borough Council
Captain Cook Birthplace Museum, Middlesborough
|£818,500||Heritage Lottery Fund|