This page features grants made over the past three years through the following grant programmes; Main Grants Programme (Revenue and Capital Grants), Small Grants Programme (Small and County Grants) and Holiday Grants for Disadvantaged Children.
The list of grants can be filtered using single or multiple criteria - for example, you can display all grants made in Scotland, or all Revenue Grants made in the South East for between £50,000 and £99,000. Filters are added by selecting criteria from the drop down menus on each tab, and are removed by clicking on the red crosses. The system can be reset completely by clicking on new search.
The data will be updated quarterly after each Distribution Committee Meeting.
|Age UK Darlington||£50,000|
|Older People||Yorkshire & the Humber||15 Jun 2011|
|towards two years' running costs of 'Rely on Me' a befriending service for isolated older people in Darlington
|Alternatives Trust East London||£75,000|
|Family Services||London||15 Jun 2011|
|towards three years' salary of the Centre Manager at a crisis pregnancy centre in the London Borough of Newham
|Disability||South East||15 Jun 2011|
|towards three years’ running costs of a project in Brighton that uses trained volunteers to support parent carers to complete Disability Living Allowance applications and improve benefits take up
|Amy and Friends||£1,000|
|Holiday Grants||National||6 Apr 2011|
|towards a trip to North Wales for a group of children suffering from Cockayne Syndrome, a rare premature ageing condition
|Black, Asian & Minority Ethnic||South East||15 Jun 2011|
|towards one year's running costs of a project that provides support to the African French speaking community in Hampshire|
|As You Are Centre Ltd||£5,000|
|Mental Health||South East||15 Jun 2011|
|towards one year's running costs of a project in West Sussex that provides support to people with mental health problems|
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|Medical Research||National||15 Jun 2011|
|towards one year's continuation funding (year 4) of the BASIS project, a 7 year biomedical research project of infant siblings to study how autism develops and emerges in early life and how reliable the early signs are