Lottery grants awarded to Rushmoor, South East in 2015

16 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
18 Dec 2015 Step by Step Partnership Ltd

This charity will use the funding to promote and extend an existing service that gives support and mediation to young people and their families in areas such as housing, homelessness, money and debt management, relationships and employment, by providing the support on-line. This will enable the organisation to support more vulnerable young people.

£6,553 Big Lottery Fund
23 Nov 2015 Tourettes Action

The organisation will use the funding to establish a befriending service for people of all ages with Tourettes syndrome and their families. This will allow the group to provide support to people who are often socially isolated, misunderstood and bullied due to their condition. The service will make sure that they can access the support they need and discuss their issues with someone who understands and can provide guidance or simply a friendly ear.

£2,620 Big Lottery Fund
20 Oct 2015 RHL

The organisation will use the funding to run a series of activity classes for older people suffering from heart conditions and recovering from them. This will enable the organisation to provide a light and healthy activity to assist in recovery and rehabilitation for people with heart conditions and those still feeling the effects of them.

£9,976 Big Lottery Fund
19 Oct 2015 Rushmoor and Surrey Heath Community First Responders Limited

The organisation will use funding to purchase a 4x4 vehicle for their first responders unit. This will enable the group to answer to emergency incidents in adverse weather and terrain, with the aim of reducing fatalities and undue distress.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
15 Oct 2015 Newport Junior School

The organisation will use the funding to purchase an outdoor stage with canopy and viewing area in order that they can establish extracurricular clubs in drama, music and the arts. This will develop self confidence and esteem; improve communication skills and combat issues linked to obesity through music, dance and drama activities for pupils within the school environment who are impacted by poverty.

£4,147 Big Lottery Fund
3 Sep 2015 West End Centre

Raising Aspirations in Rushmoor

£38,080 Arts Council England
1 Sep 2015 Belle Vue Infant School

The organisation will use the funding to purchase a flexible staging system for an after school performing arts club for the children to provide a healthy activity that will also tackle the identified under developed emotional and social skills of the children. This will enable the organisation to provide for the mental and physical health needs of the children through performing arts.

£9,842 Big Lottery Fund
13 Jul 2015 The Sixth Form College Farnborough

The funding will be used to develop weekly IT mentoring sessions between students and senior citizens, to target those from the Nepalese community, to include an hour of tea, cake and befriending and an hour of help with IT skills. The project aims to bring together different between generations and ethnicities, and help young people to gain new skills and older residents to remain active and engaged.

£8,727 Big Lottery Fund
2 Mar 2015 North Farnborough Infant School

This is a project to provide an outdoor play area within the school grounds. This will be used both in and out of school time and will encourage children to take part in physical activities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
17 Feb 2015 Tamba, Twins and Multiple Births Association

Tamba, Twins and Multiple Births Association

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
17 Feb 2015 Tamba, Twins & Multiple Births Association

Tamba, Twins & Multiple Births Association

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
8 Feb 2015 Rushmoor Community Mediation Service

This charity in Farnborough will use the funding to recruit and train existing and new volunteer mediators and cover operating costs of the organisation. This will enable the community mediation service to continue to deliver its services of resolving conflict and disputes between neighbours.

£6,740 Big Lottery Fund
27 Jan 2015 Clearstone Trust

This company based in Farnborough will use the funding to deliver weekly therapeutic activities with children from families that have experienced domestic abuse and conflict. This will improve the children?s emotional literacy and ability to relate positively to others, and increase their sense of safety.

£8,193 Big Lottery Fund
22 Jan 2015 Mayfield Community Partnership

This is a project by a voluntary organisation in Rushmoor, Hampshire. The organisation will use the funding to deliver a weekly programme of football and basketball based activities for young people aged 14-25 years old. This will provide positive diversionary activities for young people at risk of anti social behaviour and social exclusion, offering them training, support and social opportunities to help raise their confidence and self worth.

£1,750 Big Lottery Fund
13 Jan 2015 The Wavell School

This is a project by a community school in Farnborough. The organisation will use the funding to provide a covered area with seating to enable people to use their drop in services and outdoor group work. This will support the development of their support services for vulnerable young people and families by extending their current provision to include a covered outdoor area where they can run sessions including anger management and reflection activities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
12 Jan 2015 Tamba, Twins and Multiple Births Association

This is a project by an incorporated charity in Guildford. The organisation will use funding to develop resource materials, FAQ Factsheets with the help of parents and health professionals to provide support for parents with specialist needs including single sex parents, lone parents and triplet families, deliver a maternity unit survey, and improve their website providing language translation on important pages and providing an area to host Continuous Professional Development videos.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund