Lottery grants awarded to Wolverhampton

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
5 Sep 2017 Wolverhampton Libraries

Wolverhampton Literature Festival 2018

£13,250 Arts Council England
17 Aug 2017 Moreland Trust Health & Social Care

This group will use the funding to provide volunteer home support to older people who are socially isolated from the black, Asian and minority ethnic community. This will provide social interaction and support through regular home visits to help people with their day-to-day lives.

£9,900 Big Lottery Fund
14 Aug 2017 Heath Town Senior Citizens Welfare Project

A wellbeing project for older people from the black and minority ethnic community will be funded. Cookery and gardening activities will allow them to grow and cook African Caribbean food, which will encourage social interaction with their peers and develop new skills.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
28 Jul 2017 Romalyn Ante

Way Back Home: Artist Development and collaboration in the Philippines

£3,000 Arts Council England
21 Jul 2017 Wolverhampton Music Education Hub

"""Our Music"": the development of Wolverhampton Music Education Hub musical inclusion strategy to provide specific provision for young people who face barriers to music-making and to grow the workforce in this area."

£27,900 Arts Council England
21 Jul 2017 Community First Initiative

A youth enterprise hub and training scheme will be created, allowing young people to develop skills which will improve their chances of finding employment.

£9,310 Big Lottery Fund
4 Jul 2017 BME United Limited

This project will deliver workshops and peer mentoring to empower and support Black and Minority Ethnic communities to better understand and manage their health and reduce hospital admissions. The project will work with people to address cultural and language barriers and will increase knowledge and awareness about healthy lifestyle choices, self-managing long-term conditions and when to seek advice from health professionals.

£466,259 Big Lottery Fund
2 Jul 2017 Ethnic Minority Council

A programme of engagement and training activities will be delivered to support the needs of people living with the mental health problems. This will improve their wellbeing and create pathways to employment for people taking part.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
22 Jun 2017 Northern House School (PRU)

A play zone will be funded for children with learning and behavioural issues. They will be able to engage in active social play which will improve their physical, social and emotional wellbeing.

£9,955 Big Lottery Fund
21 Jun 2017 New Park Village Activities Network

This group will use the funding to continue to deliver extracurricular exercise and youth club activities for disadvantaged children and young people. This will engage them in positive and social activities helping to build self-confidence.

£9,256 Big Lottery Fund
12 Jun 2017 Just Ramps C.I.C.

This group will use the funding to replace existing equipment, to provide improved facilities for use by young people. This will improve the facilities to provide a safe place for young people to socialise and build positive relationships with their peers.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
11 Jun 2017 St. Anthony's Catholic Primary School

This funding will be used to improve play facilities at the school, encouraging children to take part in exercise and lead healthier lifestyles.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
7 Jun 2017 Merridale Primary School

This school will use the funding to carry out home visits and hold events to support parents and children who speak English as an additional language. This will provide them with assistance to overcome language and cultural barriers.

£7,409 Big Lottery Fund
6 Jun 2017 Jaivant Patel

Yaatra - Research and Development

£14,975 Arts Council England
6 Jun 2017 Acts of Random Caring CIC

This group will use the funding to bushcraft sessions for the local community, in particular children and families living with learning difficulties or a disability. This will improve their knowledge of nature and improve their mental health and wellbeing.

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
27 May 2017 Black Country Befriending Social Inclusion Forum

This group will use the funding to carry out a feasibility and pilot project for a community cafe. This will provide people with mental health problems with a venue where they can socialise and obtain advice and support.

£9,900 Big Lottery Fund
23 May 2017 St. Edmunds Catholic School

This group will use the funding to run a wellbeing project with the online platform, Zumos, for children in the school who are not confident in confiding in members of staff, parents or carers. This will develop better approaches to tackling behaviour and confidence issues.

£9,960 Big Lottery Fund
19 May 2017 T.S. Newsfoundland

This funding will replace the group?s central heating system which is no longer fit for purpose. The local community will be able to make use of the venue for activities and events.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
18 May 2017 The Way

This project will get young people taking part in sport, media and creative arts activities and develop a new programme of counselling and workshops aimed at helping young people to make informed choices about their health and wellbeing. A new outreach programme will also extend the reach of the project to places where there is currently no provision. This will include buying a new mini-bus to help with transportation.

£374,790 Big Lottery Fund
17 May 2017 Word of Spirit and Life Baptist Church

This group will use the funding to provide workshops for women where they can learn new employability skills. The workshops will improve their chances of finding work, whilst reducing their feelings of isolation.

£9,988 Big Lottery Fund
11 May 2017 Alzec Vision CIC

A series of sewing sessions will be funded for children and their parents. People will be able to spend time together and discuss their issues, encouraging family socialisation and development of their English language skills.

£9,160 Big Lottery Fund
8 May 2017 Wolverhampton Art Gallery

Celebrating Age

£90,800 Arts Council England
2 May 2017 Aspiring Futures C.I.C.

This funding will help the project to continue, develop and expand on their service. Through various means of support, it aims to improve mental health, wellbeing and self-esteem and increase socialisation and life chances amongst vulnerable women from diverse cultural backgrounds in Wolverhampton. Services such as one-to-one counselling will be include.

£422,603 Big Lottery Fund
28 Apr 2017 Finchfield & Castlecroft Community Association (FCCA)

This group will use the funding to run technology and social sessions for older people, helping them to improve their skills and reduce their feelings of isolation.

£8,550 Big Lottery Fund
21 Apr 2017 Pastal Arts & Wellbeing

Bracelet making and relaxation sessions for women will be funded, helping people to build their confidence and self-esteem, which will lead to improved emotional wellbeing.

£9,990 Big Lottery Fund
21 Apr 2017 ConGens

Exercise and information technology classes will be provided for older people with this funding. This will help people to improve their physical wellbeing, reducing social isolation and becoming more digitally connected.

£9,418 Big Lottery Fund
19 Apr 2017 Fordhouses Health & Fitness Group

Fitness sessions for local people will be funded, helping them to improve their health and wellbeing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
13 Apr 2017 Wolves Disabled Supporters Association (DSA)

This group will use the funding to provide social activities and trips for disabled sports fans and their carers. People will be able to take part in activities which benefit their health and wellbeing.

£7,600 Big Lottery Fund
11 Apr 2017 Toyin Omari-Kinch

futuretheatre Showcase

£14,997 Arts Council England
11 Apr 2017 Sewa Centre Ltd

This group will use the funding to deliver befriending and advocacy services for older people from the local Asian community. This will provide them with opportunities to socialise and access positive activities.

£9,840 Big Lottery Fund
9 Apr 2017 Engage Trust UK

This group will use the funding to engage with young people who are involved in or at risk of anti-social behaviour. They will receive support and become involved in activities which improve their chances in life.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
5 Apr 2017 Wolverhampton Camera Obscura

Wolverhampton Camera Obscura Project

£14,800 Arts Council England
27 Mar 2017 Outside Centre

1st World War Graves in Wolverhampton

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
27 Mar 2017 Positive Participation Limited

This group will use the funding to provide opportunities for black minority ethnic people, who suffer from Dementia, to meet every week to share old time memories. This will improve wellbeing and increase social interactions to develop new and lasting friendships.

£9,999 Big Lottery Fund
26 Mar 2017 Young Women of Worth Wolverhampton

Activity and information sessions for disadvantaged young women will be funded. This will give them better chances in life by improving their confidence and self-esteem.

£9,670 Big Lottery Fund
22 Mar 2017 The Royal School

This school will use the funding to create a confidential online portal that will support the health needs of young people. This will equip the students with knowledge that will improve their mental health and wellbeing.

£9,960 Big Lottery Fund
17 Mar 2017 Parkfields Day Centre

This funding will be used for a series of health and wellbeing activities, including exercise sessions, day trips and healthy meals. The activities aim to improve peoples? mental and physical wellbeing.

£5,086 Big Lottery Fund
15 Mar 2017 Ian Billings

Audio Story

£9,398 Arts Council England
6 Mar 2017 Intelligent Health Ltd

Beat the Street

£180,000 Sport England
6 Mar 2017 Waiss Speech Association

Intense therapy will be provided to local people who are living with speech disorders and issues. This will create new opportunities for personal development and increase life chances in this community.

£8,835 Big Lottery Fund
1 Mar 2017 Heart & Soul Community CIC

Two four week courses will be funded, which aim to increase participants? confidence and motivation and improve their employability skills. The courses will also support participants with exploring opportunities for work experience, apprenticeships and employment.

£9,970 Big Lottery Fund
15 Feb 2017 District Children's Holiday

This group will use the funding to run holiday trips for children and young people. Participants from disadvantaged backgrounds will be able to participate in activities which benefit their health and wellbeing.

£9,990 Big Lottery Fund
14 Feb 2017 Digital Disability

This group will use the funding to create two sculptures, made by people with experience of the issues around suicide, filming the creative process and displaying the finished work in a local public space. The project will help improve the participants? health and wellbeing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
10 Feb 2017 Rc Church Our Lady of Perpetual Succour

This group will use the funding to conduct a feasibility study to inform the development of a community centre. The study will aid understanding of local needs, ensuring the facility provides maximum benefit for the wider community.

£9,860 Big Lottery Fund
31 Jan 2017 Wildside Activity Centre

This group will use the funding to provide outdoor activity sessions, including boat trips, for people living with the effects of disabilities, poor mental health or long-term health needs. This will reduce social isolation and improve beneficiaries? health and well-being.

£4,240 Big Lottery Fund
12 Jan 2017 Zebra Access Ltd

The project will provide a range of services and opportunities to improve the access of support services for deaf people, whilst also engaging the local hearing communities. A comprehensive range of activities via an accessible community hub will be offered, and outreach work will address social exclusion, isolation, low educational achievements and reduced employment opportunities experienced by many deaf people.

£355,498 Big Lottery Fund
4 Jan 2017 Warstones Primary School

This project will improve outdoor play facilities that will support the needs of children who are experiencing the effects of obesity. This will encourage the children to become more physically active and adopt healthier lifestyle choices.

£9,955 Big Lottery Fund
20 Dec 2016 Zebra Access

Deaffest 2017

£98,543 Arts Council England
13 Dec 2016 Wolverhampton City Council

Wolverhampton City Council

£9,469,750 Big Lottery Fund
1 Dec 2016 Young and Dishy

The project will use the funding to provide workshops for people with learning difficulties. This will enable the beneficiaries to develop confidence and coping mechanisms and will reduce social isolation.

£9,950 Big Lottery Fund
29 Nov 2016 BVR

The group will acquire a radio license, a server to network its computers and furniture for their new hub, so they can offer support to unemployed people. This will build capacity for community engagement and improve employment prospects.

£7,675 Big Lottery Fund
15 Nov 2016 Horizons Support Uk

The project will use the funding to assist young people not in education, employment or training (NEET) to access training which delivers skills and confidence needed for the job market. This will improve beneficiaries? long term employability prospects.

£9,985 Big Lottery Fund
2 Nov 2016 Chesta Asian Womans Group

This project will provide a range of wellbeing and arts and crafts activities for isolated older women, culminating in a celebratory event. This will enable participants to improve their physical and mental wellbeing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
28 Oct 2016 The Boundary Way Community Gardens (BWCG)

Wolverhampton Camera Obscura Project

£39,100 Heritage Lottery Fund
26 Oct 2016 St Joseph,Wolverhampton

The project will use the funding to refurbish and update their community centre, in order to address health and safety concerns and a lack of storage space. This will improve the facilities available for community use in the building

£9,906 Big Lottery Fund
18 Oct 2016 Wolverhampton Homes

This project will use funding to provide a counselling support service for tenants. This will enable tenants to seek help with mental health issues and improve their wellbeing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
18 Oct 2016 GAM

The project will use the funding to deliver a programme of training that will support the needs of people who are not in education, employment or training (NEET) or who have disabilities. This will equip the beneficiaries with a range of transferrable skills that will support pathways into employment.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
23 Sep 2016 Goldthorn Park Primary School

The school will install an activity trail to increase pupils' health and fitness levels.

£9,985 Big Lottery Fund
12 Sep 2016 Pendeford Action Liaison Scheme

The group will use the funding to provide a series of workshops focussing on health and wellbeing and community engagement. This will improve the health and wellbeing of beneficiaries and strengthen volunteering and community sector capacity and infrastructure.

£5,900 Big Lottery Fund
12 Sep 2016 Pendeford Action Liaison Scheme PALS

The group will use the funding to provide a series of workshops focussing on health and wellbeing and community engagement. This will improve the health and wellbeing of beneficiaries and strengthen volunteering and community sector capacity and infrastructure.

£5,900 Big Lottery Fund
12 Sep 2016 Pendeford Action Liaison Scheme (PALS)

The group will use the funding to provide a series of workshops focussing on health and wellbeing and community engagement. This will improve the health and wellbeing of beneficiaries and strengthen volunteering and community sector capacity and infrastructure.

£5,900 Big Lottery Fund
5 Sep 2016 Young in Wolverhampton Clubs

The group will use the funding to develop their benefits advice service, incorporating mentor support to address complex needs. This will provide access to information and support for a wider range of beneficiaries to help improve their prospects.

£9,950 Big Lottery Fund
5 Sep 2016 New Park Village TMC

The group will use the funding to run an accident and emergency and cyber safety awareness project for children aged 5 to 18. This will improve beneficiaries? knowledge and understanding of how to deal with accidents, safety issues and cyber security.

£9,990 Big Lottery Fund
31 Aug 2016 jeremy brown

Zooresidence 17

£15,000 Arts Council England
31 Aug 2016 Wolverhampton Civic and Historical Society

World War 1 - Connecting, Exploring, Remembering

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
31 Aug 2016 Blakenhall Action Community Forum (BACF)

Together We Learned 2

£9,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
18 Aug 2016 WCRfm

The group will use the funding to provide radio production and presentation training for volunteers, at their community radio station. This will enable beneficiaries to learn new skills, as well as increase the group?s capacity to produce radio programmes for local voluntary organisations and the wider community.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
18 Aug 2016 North East Wolverhampton Academy

The group will use the funding to deliver educational and wellbeing workshops for pupils and their parents and carers. This will improve the knowledge and wellbeing of beneficiaries.

£9,915 Big Lottery Fund
15 Aug 2016 Employment Training Network CIC

The project will provide IT classes for older people to help them develop skills and improve their chances in life.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
2 Aug 2016 East Park Wolves

East Park Wolves Club Development 2016

£8,830 Sport England
25 Jul 2016 WCRfm

The organisation will use the funding to celebrate the different cultures in a diverse local community. Ethnic groups will be engaged in research, workshops and discussion which will culminate in a live radio broadcast at Newhampton Arts Centre, during which members of the local community will have the opportunity to share their personal experiences and their culture through food, music, arts and entertainment.

£9,400 Big Lottery Fund
18 Jul 2016 Aspiring Futures C.I.C.

The group will use the funding to deliver ESOL courses for migrant communities to support those who are new to the country. This will give people better chances by developing skills which will help them access help and support.

£9,105 Big Lottery Fund
12 Jul 2016 St Matthias School

The group will use the funding to self-esteem and emotional support sessions for pupils. This will lead to improved resilience, confidence and better chances in life.

£9,960 Big Lottery Fund
1 Jul 2016 ACCI

The group will use the funding to run a series of mental health information community events for BAME people who experience related issues. This will raise the beneficiaries? awareness of available mental health services to improve their health and wellbeing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
28 Jun 2016 Topps

The group will use the funding to provide mental health support workshops for women. This will lead to improved mental health as local beneficiaries who are living with mental health issues will become stronger and more resilient.

£9,955 Big Lottery Fund
27 Jun 2016 ConGens Group

New Beginnings

£9,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
23 Jun 2016 ACOV

The group will use the funding to provide IT classes for older adults and those who are unemployed, including training on job searches and applications. This will enable beneficiaries to learn new skills and improve their employability prospects.

£7,896 Big Lottery Fund
10 Jun 2016 BHCAG

The group will use the funding to run a community gardening & healthy eating project. This will enable local residents to take part in activities which benefit their diet, health and wellbeing.

£9,140 Big Lottery Fund
28 May 2016 Wolverhampton Cricket & Community Club

The group will use the funding to furbish their community room. This will improve facilities for existing user groups and encourage new users, increasing the group?s effectiveness.

£4,500 Big Lottery Fund
16 May 2016 Anand Chhabra

SUPNAA: Dreams of our Fathers

£13,000 Arts Council England
12 May 2016 Base 25

The group will use the funding to provide a programme of support and development workshops, which will provide sexual health and relationship advice for young boys. This will increase participant?s confidence, self-esteem, wellbeing, and awareness of safe sexual practices.

£7,750 Big Lottery Fund
11 May 2016 Jefny Ashcroft

Arts-friendly archives

£39,768 Arts Council England
5 May 2016 Wolverhampton Federation of Tenants Associations CIC

The group will use the funding to raise awareness of some of the difficulties faced by refugees and asylum seekers. This will build capacity for community engagement and address social barriers.

£7,116 Big Lottery Fund
29 Apr 2016 The Right Stuff Project

The group will use the funding to provide non-contact boxing sessions and awards for adults recovering from and affected by substance misuse, including information on healthy eating. This will enable beneficiaries to improve their physical and mental health.

£7,779 Big Lottery Fund
25 Apr 2016 Central Youth Theatre

Shot at Dawn: The Campaign for a Pardon

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
22 Apr 2016 Finchfield & Castlecroft Community Association (FCCA)

The group will use the funding to create a weekly IT group aimed at older people. This will improve digital inclusion and reduce social isolation.

£7,630 Big Lottery Fund
21 Apr 2016 St Lukes Church of England Aided Primary School

The group will use the funding to provide equipment and a storage unit in the playground. This will improve outdoor facilities for pupils and the wider community.

£9,885 Big Lottery Fund
21 Apr 2016 St Lukes CofE Aided Primary School

The group will use the funding to provide equipment and a storage unit in the playground. This will improve outdoor facilities for pupils and the wider community.

£9,885 Big Lottery Fund
13 Apr 2016 The Monday Morning Educational Study Group

The group will use the funding to deliver exercise classes and a reading group to older people in the community. This will enable beneficiaries the chance to improve their health and wellbeing by building on their confidence and self-esteem.

£3,800 Big Lottery Fund
6 Apr 2016 Flexus Dance Collective

Flexus Dance Theatre

£7,185 Arts Council England
31 Mar 2016 Gujrati ESOL Students Group

The group will use the funding to provide healthy eating workshops, physical exercise classes and craft sessions for older people with ESOL. This will reduce beneficiaries? isolation and improve their wellbeing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
23 Mar 2016 New Park Village Activities Network

The group will use the funding to continue to deliver extracurricular exercise and youth club activities for disadvantaged children and youths in Wolverhampton. This will enable them to engage in social activities which will improve their confidence and skills.

£8,896 Big Lottery Fund
22 Mar 2016 Zebra Access

Deaffest

£49,292 Arts Council England
21 Mar 2016 Wolverhampton City Council

Built Facilities Strategy

£5,300 Sport England
10 Mar 2016 Bhylls Acre Primary School

The group will use the funding to build a multi sensory play setting due to lack of facilities within the local area. This will improve community facilities and increase usage.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
9 Mar 2016 Jaivant Patel

Utsav

£15,000 Arts Council England
27 Feb 2016 British Deaf Black and Asian Ethnic Group

The group will use the funding to provide health and wellbeing workshops to members of the BAME Deaf community. This will provide information to enable beneficiaries to discuss health issues, seek advice and receive help and support with their health and wellbeing.

£7,680 Big Lottery Fund
22 Feb 2016 Sugar N Spice

The group will use the funding to deliver a series of workshops for the benefit of young local girls. This will improve health and wellbeing, teach beneficiaries new skills and build confidence.

£4,510 Big Lottery Fund
9 Feb 2016 Newhampton Arts Centre

Organisation and Funding Strategy Consultancy

£5,922 Arts Council England
3 Feb 2016 Laundry

Fabrication

£13,500 Arts Council England