82 matching grants found.
|17 Dec 1996||National Portage Association
Project to promote home visiting for pre-school children with special needs. Training course materials and a video will be produced for distribution to projects working with children under five and eight regional seminars will be arranged. The grant, over
|17 Dec 1996||People In Action (Leeds)
The project will encourage people with learning disabilities to participate in leisure activities in the local community by establishing small groups with the help of sessional workers. The grant, over three years, is to employ a part-time development wor
|17 Dec 1996||Home-Start Leeds
The organisation will provide a drop-in self-help group for parents experiencing mental health problems. The grant, over three years, is to employ a part-time project worker.
|17 Dec 1996||Multiple Choice
This organisation provides information, advice and counselling for anyone concerned with drug-use, for exampmle users, relatives and professionals. This three year grant will provide salary costs and general running costs.
|17 Dec 1996||Leeds Mind
The project is to research and develop supported housing schemes for young people with mental health problems and people from minority ethnic groups with mental health problems. The three year grant will employ two full-time housing development workers an
|17 Dec 1996||Yorkshire Housing Foundation
The organisation provides housing advice to the elderly and those with mental and physical disabilities. The project will work with GPs to raise awareness of how housing effects health and show them what can be done. The grant, over two years, is for com
|17 Dec 1996||Connect in the North
The project will provide a service to facilitate the full and active participation of people with learning difficulties in mainstream community activities. The grant, over three years, will pay for staff salaries and contribute to general running costs.
|17 Dec 1996||Leeds Housing Concern
The organisation will provide a day centre offering a support service to people with mental health problems. The centre will be used out of office hours by other community groups. The grant, over one year, will be used to build a day centre.
|17 Dec 1996||Age Concern Leeds
The project will provide a service to identify and support elderly people who are suffering from abuse. The grant, over three years, will pay for office equipment and the salary of an abuse advocate.
|17 Dec 1996||Leeds Black Elders Association Ltd
The project is to provide advice, information and transport services to elders from minority ethnic communities. The three year grant will be used to employ a project co-ordinator, buy a mini-bus and contribute to running costs.
|17 Dec 1996||Action for Gipton Elderly
A project to provide a day centre where elderly people will be able to receive support and advice and improve their overall well-being. The three year grant will be used to build and refurbish the centre and pay for the salary of a community worker.
|17 Dec 1996||Aireborough Voluntary Services to Elderly With Disabilities
The project will provide a gardening/repairs service to elderly disabled people. This three year grant will provide equipment, running and salary costs.
|17 Dec 1996||D O S T I
The group provides support, advice and counselling to Asian women. The grant, over three years, will contribute towards salary costs and running costs enabling the organisation to expand its activities.
|17 Dec 1996||Bereavement Befriending in Leeds 10
The project will establish drop-in and support groups for recently bereaved people which will seek to alleviate stress and promote good health. The grant, over one year, is to employ a part-time Development Worker and to pay for office equipment, running
|17 Dec 1996||Circle of Men
The project will provide information and counselling to black male psychiatric service users in a setting that is secure, safe and accessible. The grant, over three years, will be used for running costs, information production costs and fees for freelance
|17 Dec 1996||D I A L Leeds
The project will raise awareness and provide advice and advocacy to people with disabilities and relevant organisations regarding the Disability Discrimination Act. The grant, over three years, will pay for two salaries, office equipment, promotional mate
|17 Dec 1996||Ebor Gardens Advice Centre
This project will expand provision of a local home-based welfare rights advice and advocacy service to residents with disabilities and/or ill health. The three year grant will be used to purchase office equipment, pay for salry and running costs.
|17 Dec 1996||Holbeck Women's Group
The group offers support on a self help basis for women with mental health problems. The grant, over three years, will be used to pay for general running costs.
|17 Dec 1996||Group of Muslim Pensioners (Men)
This self-help project will provide a health related information service, including visits by external speakers, for elderly male members of the local Asian community. The three year grant will pay for running costs.
|17 Dec 1996||Leeds Branch of Arthritis Care
The organisation intends to increase its activities with volunteers visiting sufferers. The grant, over three years, will cover volunteer transport costs and is a contribution to running costs.
|17 Dec 1996||Stress Self Help Group
The organisation will provide a creche and activity tutors for a self help group for women who are suffering from stress related conditions. This three year grant will provide creche facilities, running costs and fees for freelance tutors.
|17 Dec 1996||South Leeds Asthma Support Group
A self-help group for parents of children suffering from Asthma. The grant, over three years, will enable the the organisation to buy a typewriter, cover running costs and provide a new creche.
|17 Dec 1996||Leeds Society for Mentally Handicapped Children and Adults
The organisation provides nursery places to children with learning disabilities aged up to four years. The project will prepare children for integration into mainstream schools. The grant, over three years, is to employ a full-time nursery counsellor, a p
|17 Dec 1996||Association of Friends of the Blind and Disabled
The project will provide transport to people with disabilities and those who are visually impaired to increase their social opportunities. The one year grant will be used to purchase a specially adapted second hand coach.
|17 Dec 1996||Leeds Asthma Swimming Club
This project will enable young asthma sufferers and their carers to participate in organised activity holidays. This three year grant will provide running expenses related to activities.
|17 Dec 1996||Arthritis Care, Halton and District
This group provides support and self-help services to arthritis sufferers in the Halton area. This three year grant will provide transport costs and volunteer expenses in order to improve contact and increase membership and services to sufferers.
|17 Dec 1996||Leeds Parish Church Appeal Fund
Leeds Parish Church 1994 Appeal
|£215,600||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|17 Dec 1996||Yorkshire MESMAC
A health promotion project for young men working in the sex industry. The grant, over three years, will contribute towards the purchase of office equipment, salary for an advice worker and running costs.
|13 Dec 1996||Hay Children's Festival of the Arts Ltd.
Purchase of Computer Equipment
|£2,436||Arts Council of Wales|
|11 Dec 1996||Mimika Theatre
Purchase of vehicle and office equipment
|£26,500||Arts Council England|
|9 Dec 1996||Yorkshire Archaeological Society
Whixley Cartulary - Acquisition
|£16,600||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|25 Nov 1996||Adel War Memorial Association
Artificial turf pitch with floodlights
|13 Nov 1996||Arts In Healthcare, Leeds
Creation of urban landscape designed by artists
|£700,000||Arts Council England|
|13 Nov 1996||Red Ladder Theatre Company
Purchase of new equipment and a van
|£71,429||Arts Council England|
|22 Oct 1996||Chippendale Society
Temple Newsam House, Chippendale Tables
|£50,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|21 Oct 1996||Kippax Welfare Sports/Social Club
Improving and developing changing and shower facilities. New netball court
|25 Sep 1996||West Yorkshire Playhouse
Equipment and Feasiblity Study
|£88,000||Arts Council England|
|25 Sep 1996||Skippko Arts Team
Purchase of various equipment
|£7,729||Arts Council England|
|25 Sep 1996||Yorkshire Women Theatre Company
Touring & Office Equipment
|£10,354||Arts Council England|
|16 Sep 1996||Barwick In Elmet Cricket Club
|22 Jul 1996||Leeds City Council (Boston Spa Comprehensive School)
All Weather Floodlit Artificial Sports Pitch and 3 Cricket Nets
|22 Jul 1996||St Chads Broomfield Cricket Club
All weather match pitch; all weather practice net; motor mower; fitting out shell of pavilion
|25 Jun 1996||University of Leeds
Sir Herbert Read Library
|£130,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|11 Jun 1996||The Market Place (Leeds Parish Church)
Provides information, support and counselling to young people, with drop in sessions and self help groups. The grant, over three years, is for one full time salary for a project leader.
|11 Jun 1996||Burmantofts Senior Action
An information, advice and support service for senior citizens. The grant, over three years, is for the salary of a full time worker, a computer and running costs.
|11 Jun 1996||Umoja House Project Ltd
A residential hostel providing short-term accommodation for young people. The grant, over three years, is for office equipment, salaries and related expenses for two workers, funding for a welfare fund.
|11 Jun 1996||International Voluntary Service
Provides community volunteering opportunities in England for young people from ethnic minorities and disadvantaged backgrounds. The grant, over three years, is to employ a part-time worker, and to pay for office running costs and the costs of information
|11 Jun 1996||Chapeltown And Harehills Assisted Learning School
Provides education and training for mainly young black people living in Chapeltown. The grant, over three years, is for the purchase of computer equipment and part funding of running costs.
|11 Jun 1996||National Group On Homeworking
To improve conditions for homeworkers with a freephone advice helpline and policy development work. The grant over three years will employ four full time project workers, pay for the running costs of the advice line and equipment.
|11 Jun 1996||Leeds Chinese Women's Group
Provides advice and support for Chinese people on low income. The grant, over three years, is to employ two bi-lingual workers and purchase office equipment.
|11 Jun 1996||Leeds Women's Aid
Provides a safe refuge for women and their children who have had to leave home because of a violent partner. The grant, over three years, is to employ a full time counsellor.
|11 Jun 1996||First Key
The project will train two care leavers to help develop a programme of national activities aimed at improving services for young people leaving care. The grant, over three years, will be used to employ two full time workers, part-time administrative suppo
|11 Jun 1996||Stop Hate UK
Provides support for young victims of racial harassment and promotes understanding of racial issues. The grant, over three years, is for office and other equipment, salaries for a project work and administrative support, and running costs.
|11 Jun 1996||Otley Citizens Advice Bureau
A Citizens Advice Bureau, providing a money advice service to people on low income. The grant, over three years, is to employ a full time outreach worker, an administration worker and additional management support.
|11 Jun 1996||Harehills And Chapeltown Law Centre
Provides legal advice, assistance and representation for people on low or no income. The grant, over one year, is for a computer based network system.
|11 Jun 1996||Leeds Citizens Advice Bureau
An information and advice service on welfare benefits and debt. The grant, over three years, is for two full time and two part time salaries, and running costs.
|11 Jun 1996||Womens Health Matters
Provides health education and awareness for women in disadvantaged communities. The grant, over three years, is for the salary of a full time project worker and the sessional fees of interpreters and creche workers.
|11 Jun 1996||Gipton Supported Independent Living
Provides furnished housing and support for young homeless people. The grant, over one year, is for the purchasing of basic furnishings and reconditioned fridges and cookers for 12 one bedroom flats.
|11 Jun 1996||Ridings Housing Association Limited
Provides a personal development programme for young people aged 16 - 25 living in hostels. The grant, over one year, will be used to employ a development worker, purchase office equipment and to run training and outward bound courses.
|11 Jun 1996||S.V.P. Childrens Holiday Camp
Provides camping holidays for children living in inner city areas in Leeds. The grant, over one year, is for the purchase of two marquees for use in camping activities.
|11 Jun 1996||Leeds Action To Create Homes Limited (LATCH)
Provides self-help opportunities for homeless young people through the provision of long term accommodation. The grant, over three years, is for the purchase and refurbishment of a new building, purchase of a second hand van and the salary of a full time
|11 Jun 1996||Windmill Community Transport
A community transport service for disadvantaged groups in inner city Leeds. The grant, over three years, is for the purchase of a fully accessible coach and training costs.
|11 Jun 1996||Laurel Bank Womens Group
A weekly women's group based in Leeds. The grant, over three years, is to employ a creche worker, fees for guest speakers, outings for children and educational materials.
|11 Jun 1996||Izhar Asian Womens Group
A self help group for Asian women in a deprived area of Leeds. The grant, over one year, is for the costs of outings for women and children, fees for creche worker, training sessions, transport costs and promotional materials.
|11 Jun 1996||Trinity Playgroup
An inner city playgroup. The grant, over three years, is to provide places in the playgroup at half price for low income families.
|11 Jun 1996||Hunslet Womens Group
A self help group offering support to women and children in the Hunslet area. The grant, over three years, is for the salaries of creche workers and running costs.
|11 Jun 1996||Leeds County Guide Association
Provides a suitable facility for youth training and recreation. The grant, over one year, is for building construction, professional fees and installation costs.
|11 Jun 1996||New Wortley Community Association Limited
A community association run by local users, providing social and educational activities. The grant, over one year, will be used to refurbish the community centre and playground.
|11 Jun 1996||All Hallows Church And Community Project
Provide more room for childcare, youth facilities and community meetings. The grant, over one year, is for the extension of the community centre, and to pay for equipment for the cafe and play area.
|11 Jun 1996||Jeene Ki Raaha Asian Women's Carers Group
Provides support and counselling to Asian women carers. The grant, over one year, will be used to provide creche services and outings for the children.
|11 Jun 1996||Belle Isle Foundation
Provides a community managed network of employment and technology projects and opportunities for low income families and unemployed people. The grant, over three years, is to employ a full time project worker and to purchase computers and office equipment
|11 Jun 1996||The Theatre Company Blah Blah Blah!
Tackles the problem of bullying through arts and theatre performances. The grant, over one year, is for salaries, touring, promotional & professional costs associated with the stage production.
|20 May 1996||North Of England Athletic Association
Photo electric timing equipment for regional use
|2 Apr 1996||Stanley Newmarket Colliery Band
To purchase instruments
|£37,800||Arts Council England|
|2 Apr 1996||St Mary'S Youth Theatre
Purchase of computer equipment
|£7,293||Arts Council England|
|26 Mar 1996||Leeds City Council
Temple Newsam House, Leeds - Lawrence RA, 'Portrait of Lady William Gordon'
|£22,500||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|18 Mar 1996||Whitkirk Wanderers Afc
New changing rooms
|21 Feb 1996||Yorkshire Evening Post Band
Purchase of instruments
|£37,841||Arts Council England|
|19 Feb 1996||Boston Spa Tennis Club
New tennis court
|19 Feb 1996||Beeston Juniors A F C
Fitting out of existing changing room 'shell'
|7 Feb 1996||St Michael's Church, East Ardsley
St Michael's Church, East Ardsley, Wakefield - bell fund
|£47,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|24 Jan 1996||Wallace Arnold (Rothwell) Band
Brass Band Instruments
|£50,000||Arts Council England|