Lottery grants awarded to Crawley in 2016

15 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
21 Dec 2016 Ondray Costa


£7,252 Arts Council England
14 Nov 2016 The Bewbush Academy

This project will run art themed drama therapy sessions for children who are on the child protection list, those with English as a second language and those who have special educational needs. This will improve the lives and personal development of children who are disadvantaged through language barriers, special needs and behaviours, giving them better chances in life.

£9,800 Big Lottery Fund
27 Sep 2016 Sohaya Visions

Mishti Gals

£12,612 Arts Council England
31 Aug 2016 James Phillips

James Phillips: City Stories

£9,500 Arts Council England
3 Aug 2016 Eve Mitchell

Time to Write

£11,000 Arts Council England
13 Jul 2016 Rivers LPC

This organisation will use the funding to provide employment skills training for local women who are asylum seekers, refugees, stay at home mums or are from ethnic minority backgrounds. This will improve their confidence and employability skills to increase their chances of finding employment.

£9,925 Big Lottery Fund
9 Jul 2016 Blastbeat Education UK

Disengaged Young People & Family Learning through Music and Play

£29,753 Arts Council England
6 Jul 2016 The Posh Club

Broadfield Community Centre

£14,284 Arts Council England
6 Jul 2016 Sohaya Visions

Silent Sisters

£13,900 Arts Council England
15 Jun 2016 Sarah Maple

Freedom of Speech exhibition

£7,500 Arts Council England
15 Jun 2016 Refugee Tales

Refugee Tales

£8,368 Arts Council England
24 May 2016 Seymour Primary School

This school will use the funding to run therapeutic lunchtime intervention groups for children. This will improve the mental health and wellbeing of students through stories and games.

£9,510 Big Lottery Fund
23 May 2016 West Green Primary School

This school will use the funding to build a shelter on an unused piece of land in the school grounds. This will provide an area for pupils to self-reflect, have ?quiet? time and discuss their problems with peers and gain pastoral support, with the view of improving behaviours and social skills.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
17 Mar 2016 Gatwick Detainees Welfare Group

This is the development of a project providing emotional and practical support to asylum seekers detained at Immigration Removal Centres at Gatwick Airport. It aims to help people improve their mental health and wellbeing, initially through telephone and drop-in services, then through weekly visits from specially trained volunteers. Practical support includes helping families keep in touch via telephone, providing quality second-hand clothes and signposting to community services for released detainees.

£363,500 Big Lottery Fund
4 Mar 2016 Sarah Maple

Residency at Eastside International (AIDF)

£2,650 Arts Council England