Sussex Community Foundation

Who they support

Their grants programme is made up of a range of funds which help to address disadvantage and deprivation, and build resilience in Sussex communities. They are particularly keen to support grassroots community groups and small-to-medium sized voluntary organisations. Their general funds cannot support small contributions to large capital appeals or campaigns.

  • The average annual spending of grantees has been £929,571
  • The average age of charities supported has been years.

Grant criteria

The Sussex Crisis Fund has been set up to support the community and voluntary sector in response to the coronavirus outbreak. It is designed to help fund the emerging needs facing communities and the charities and community groups that support them, at this time. Initially, emergency grants of up to £5,000 are available. Argus Appeal Fund provides grants of up to £1,000 for smaller charities, voluntary and community groups or individuals in need across Sussex. It provides a quicker service for applicants who need a small grant or have an immediate or urgent funding need. Applications can be submitted at any time throughout the year. East Brighton Trust Fund supports charities, community and voluntary groups undertaking projects or events that benefit people who live in East Brighton. Grants up to £1,000. Westdene Fund gives grants of up to £1,000 to individual young people (aged 16-25 years) in Sussex with outstanding musical talent.

Grant details

Most of the grants are up to £5,000 unless otherwise advertised. For smaller grants of up to £1,000, consider applying for the Argus Appeal Fund

Application procedure

They normally have 3 main rounds of grant-giving each year. However, in 2020, there will be 2. Upcoming deadlines for applications (unless specified otherwise) is 5:00pm (1700 hours) as follows: Friday 11th September 2020 (Decisions in Autumn 2020), and Friday 8th January 2021 (Decisions in Spring 2021). Follow the on-screen instructions once you have followed this link to the online application form (https://ukcf.secure.force.com/forms/SussexCommunityFoundation/ApplicationForm/2017). You can save and return to your application as many times as you like before you submit it. If you are unable to apply online, contact the Grants Team on 01273 409440 or e-mail grants@sussexgiving.org.uk for a copy of the application form.

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Sussex Community Foundation
15 Western Road
LEWES
BN7 1RL


Charity registered in England & Wales, No: 1113226
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In this period 2,912 donations have been made totalling £14,284,937 to 1431 organisations

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08/12/2023 £500 ST.ANDREW'S FELLOWSHIP Funding was provided towards the running costs of their monthly club.
17/11/2023 £5,000 £255,134 STAY UP LATE Funding was provided towards their befriending projects.
17/11/2023 £5,000 SELSEY BEFRIENDING ACTIVITIES - SELSEY COMMUNITY FORUM Funding was provided towards staff costs.
17/11/2023 £5,000 GROW SELSEY Funding was provided towards staff costs.
17/11/2023 £3,966 £1,562,383 EMMAUS BRIGHTON & HOVE Funding was provided towards counselling costs.
17/11/2023 £1,609 EAST SUSSEX UKRAINE SUPPORT Funding was provided to support their expansion.
17/11/2023 £5,000 £620,173 BREADWINNERS Funding was provided towards staff costs.
17/11/2023 £10,000 £191,970 HOME-START CHAMS Funding was provided towards core and operational costs.
17/11/2023 £5,000 £1,067,459 DENTAID Funding was provided towards the provision of 6 free mobile dental clinics at the Turning Tides, St Clare’s Day Centre.
17/11/2023 £8,000 SUSSEX ASSOCIATION FOR SPINA BIFIDA & HYDROCEPHALUS Funding was provided towards their Youth Development Programme.
17/11/2023 £4,625 £58,135 CRAWLEY CAP CENTRE Funding was provided towards core costs.
17/11/2023 £8,940 PAGHAM & DISTRICT RESIDENTS' ASSOCIATION Funding was provided towards the cost of a new minibus.
17/11/2023 £7,320 SHOREHAM BAPTIST CHURCH (DEBT COUNSELLING CENTRE) Funding was provided towards running costs.
17/11/2023 £7,650 £55,055 PARKFIELD EQUINE SOLUTIONS Funding was provided towards group workshops.
17/11/2023 £5,000 £24,062 CHICHESTER & ARUN DOWN SYNDROME GROUP Funding was provided towards a programme of trips for the families they support.
17/11/2023 £10,000 £297,819 PARENTS AND CARERS SUPPORT ORGANISATION (PACSO) Funding was provided for their Saturday club Play Specialist staff and venue costs.
17/11/2023 £5,000 £232,292 BRIGHTON UNEMPLOYED CENTRE FAMILIES PROJECT Funding was provided for core costs.
17/11/2023 £10,000 £605,191 HORSHAM MATTERS Funding was provided towards upscaling their services to meet needs.
17/11/2023 £7,016 £342,922 LEWES DISTRICT CITIZENS ADVICE Funding was provided to extend the provision of their Volunteer Training availability for a further 12 months.
17/11/2023 £7,992 £443,058 BRIGHTON & HOVE WOOD RECYCLING PROJECT (BHWRP) Funding was provided for operational costs for their expansion into Clay Hill, Lewes.
17/11/2023 £6,161 £65,145 SUSSEX PRISONERS FAMILIES Funding was provided towards a research project aimed at adults and young people who may be at risk of offending.
17/11/2023 £6,018 £242,868 ONCA TRUST LIMITED Funding was provided towards a sewing project for refugees.
17/11/2023 £5,000 A TOUCH OF GENTLENESS Funding was provided for volunteer training.
17/11/2023 £2,500 £72,501 HAILSHAM FOODBANK Funding was provided towards staff costs of a new communications officer.
17/11/2023 £5,000 PHOENIX FOOD HUB Funding was provided for project costs.
17/11/2023 £5,375 £491,623 CRAWLEY COMMUNITY ACTION Funding was provided towards staff costs aimed at supporting diverse and marginalized communities.
17/11/2023 £4,270 £14,418 HAVEN PREGNANCY COUNSELLING CENTRE Funding was provided towards staff costs and overheads.
17/11/2023 £7,000 £32,206 LANCING AND SOMPTING CHURCHES FOODBANK Funding was provided for food parcels for local young carers and admin costs.
17/11/2023 £4,865 £86,156 ST LUKE'S PRESTONVILLE Funding was provided for staff and associated costs of DASH (Dementia Arts Support Hub).
17/11/2023 £3,000 £60,464 THE DOT COLLECTIVE Funding was provided for production costs.
17/11/2023 £6,000 £265,406 BRIGHTON MARINA STUDIOS FOUNDATION Funding was provided to train and develop young people as Next Generation Dance Leaders in Crawley.
17/11/2023 £5,000 £207,609 RESOURCE CENTRE Funding was provided towards running costs, including staff, rent, and utilities.
17/11/2023 £2,000 £3,081 LANDPORT YOUTH CENTRE Funding was provided towards rent costs.
17/11/2023 £10,000 £107,385 OLIVE TREE CANCER SUPPORT CENTRE Funding was provided towards their expansion into Horsham.
17/11/2023 £2,000 £234,646 BEACHY HEAD CHAPLAINCY TEAM Funding was provided towards core costs and service development.
17/11/2023 £7,000 £12,088 EWHURST AND STAPLECROSS VILLAGE HALL Funding was provided towards a programme of community events and equipment.
17/11/2023 £3,700 £73,767 AS YOU ARE CENTRE Funding was provided towards staff training.
17/11/2023 £9,930 ATEAB FUNDS (PREVIOUSLY A TOWN EXPLORES A BOOK COMMUNITY GROUP) Funding was provided for their 2024 project.
17/11/2023 £5,000 TOT ROCKIN BEATS CIC Funding was provided towards project costs.
17/11/2023 £8,000 £242,611 CHILDREN WITH CANCER FUND (POLEGATE) Funding was provided towards staff costs of event co-ordinator.
17/11/2023 £10,473 £1,524,388 TEAM DOMENICA Funding was provided towards the salary of a Café Training Mentor.
17/11/2023 £5,000 VOICES IN EXILE Funding was provided towards running costs.
17/11/2023 £7,853 £157,856 TUPPENNY BARN EDUCATION LTD Funding was provided towards their Children’s Wellbeing Programmes.
17/11/2023 £5,000 £29,947 ADUR EAST LIONS CLUB CIO Funding was provided towards their Wenceslas Project which helps those struggling with energy costs.
17/11/2023 £6,000 FLOURISH NETWORK (HASTINGS) Funding was provided towards staff costs.
17/11/2023 £5,000 £65,435 THE SPIRE ARTS Funding was provided towards project costs.
17/11/2023 £9,834 £624,148 ARUN COMMUNITY CHURCH Funding was provided for staff costs of a new CAP Debt Coach.
17/11/2023 £9,900 £31,064 RENEGADES YOUTH CLUB Funding was provided towards running costs.
17/11/2023 £8,000 THE GARDEN ARMY C.I.C. Funding was provided towards materials to lay pavements to improve accessibility.
17/11/2023 £9,900 SOUTH COAST SKATE CLUB CIC Funding was provided to enable them to run free skate sessions in Chichester.
17/11/2023 £7,490 STONEHAM BAKEHOUSE CIC Funding was provided towards their Wellbeing Project.
17/11/2023 £5,000 £923,272 ROCKINGHORSE Funding was provided towards the staff costs of a Hospital Youth Worker.
17/11/2023 £5,000 £274,550 THE HUMMINGBIRD REFUGEE PROJECT Funding was provided towards the overall running and staffing costs of their 'Be Well, Be Heard' (BWBH) service for the next year.
17/11/2023 £5,000 £56,498 ARISE COUNSELLING SERVICE Funding was provided towards their counselling sessions.
17/11/2023 £10,000 £34,339 GOLDEN LION CHILDRENS TRUST Funding was provided for gift vouchers for children and families at Christmas.
17/11/2023 £9,018 £244,041 CLEAN SHEET Funding was provided for personalised remote support for 20 people in Sussex.
17/11/2023 £2,500 £198,580 MATTHEW 25 MISSION Funding was requested towards core staff costs.
17/11/2023 £4,000 WELLSBOURNE HEALTHCARE CIC Funding was provided towards a community garden.
17/11/2023 £10,000 £1,179,955 CRAWLEY OPEN HOUSE Funding was provided towards a dental project. .
17/11/2023 £5,000 £132,695 BRIGHTON PIP LTD Funding was provided towards capacity building work.
17/11/2023 £9,995 BLUEPRINT YOUTH UK Funding was provided towards project costs.
17/11/2023 £10,000 £55,803 HOPE CHARITY PROJECT Funding was provided to provide one-to-one counselling for young people from low-income families who are struggling with their emotional wellbeing.
17/11/2023 £5,000 £41,337 KNIGHT SUPPORT CIO Funding is provided towards core funding to continue to expand both outreach and delivery service and support new partnership development.
17/11/2023 £3,750 £4,818 WOMEN'S VOICE Funding was provided towards developing a package of training and resources for use within secondary schools and colleges addressing issues of domestic abuse.
17/11/2023 £8,745 £196,250 REACHING FAMILIES Funding was provided towards the overall delivery of their programme during the period November 2023 to October 2024.
17/11/2023 £1,976 VOLYA ART COMMUNITY GROUP Funding was provided towards a series of cultural events.
17/11/2023 £10,000 £689,310 CLOCK TOWER SANCTUARY Funding was provided for the role of Centre Manager (formerly Volunteer Coordinator).
17/11/2023 £5,000 £5,683 RIVERS LEARNING PROJECT COMMUNITY Funding was provided towards core costs.
17/11/2023 £4,161 £470,039 MANKIND Funding was provided towards staff costs.
17/11/2023 £3,000 £18,065 MARSHAM OLDER PEOPLES PROJECT (MOOP) Funding was provided to enable the group to continue the work of the Friday lunch club with increased costs of fuel and food.
17/11/2023 £10,000 £92,053 PELICAN PARCELS Funding was provided towards core costs.
17/11/2023 £4,125 BAGS OF TASTE Funding was provided towards their mentored home cooking courses for vulnerable people in Hastings and Rother.
17/11/2023 £5,000 £136,339 SPEAR BRIGHTON TRUST Funding was provided to enable them to support young people through the Spear Programme.
17/11/2023 £1,500 £2,171,890 ST PETER'S BRIGHTON Funding was provided towards their homeless project 'Safehaven'.
17/11/2023 £3,646 PETWORTH VISION CIC Funding was provided towards an IT course to enhance employment opportunities.
17/11/2023 £10,000 EAST BRIGHTON FOOD CIC Funding was provided for food and supplies for their meals on wheels service.
17/11/2023 £5,000 £743,469 BUILDING HEROES EDUCATION FOUNDATION Funding was provided towards project costs for a Crawley project.
17/11/2023 £6,000 £39,585 REFUGEES WELCOME - CRAWLEY Funding was provided towards equipment and room hire costs.
17/11/2023 £5,000 £1,624,258 FEEDBACK Funding was provided towards staff costs.
10/11/2023 £750 SMARTER UNIFORMS Funding was provided towards uniform storage and a consultation exercise with parents, schools, community groups and other key stakeholders.
10/11/2023 £750 £605,896 FARESHARE SUSSEX & SURREY Funding was provided towards the cost of providing their food service to residents across East Brighton.
10/11/2023 £750 BEVENDEAN COMMUNITY PUB Funding was provided to run a Childrens Christmas party.
10/11/2023 £750 £123,495 RELEASE COUNSELLING AND THERAPY FOR WOMEN Funding was provided towards their Mummyshock early-intervention counselling group in Whitehawk.
10/11/2023 £750 METAMORPHOSIS Funding was provided towards arts and crafts projects and community activities.
10/11/2023 £750 FLAMENCO & SPANISH GROUP Funding was provided towards Flamenco Dancing Practice Sessions and Classes.
10/11/2023 £750 CIRCUS STARR - STARR IN THE COMMUNITY CIC Funding was provided to enable 37 vulnerable children to attend performances of their relaxed and inclusive children’s variety show in January 2024.
10/11/2023 £750 BEVENDEAN COMMUNITY GARDEN Funding was provided towards running their weekly guided gardening session and a Saturday gardening workshop.
10/11/2023 £750 BEVENDEAN COMMUNITY PUB Funding was provided to hire local professionals to deliver high quality activities for their 'Meet Me at The Bevy' programme.
10/11/2023 £750 £34,514 BRIGHTON PEBBLES Funding was provided to run a weekly Pilates class for Parent Carers at Manor Road Gym.
03/11/2023 £435 £9,865 PEASMARSH MEMORIAL HALL MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE Funding was provided to upgrade the lighting to more energy efficient LED lighting and to replace the control panel for the Air Source Heat Pump (ASHP).
03/11/2023 £1,750 RYE COMMUNITY GARDEN Funding was provided towards the installation of new, wheelchair accessible paths.
27/10/2023 £9,963 CRAWLEY LGBT Funding was provided for core costs.
27/10/2023 £10,000 £148,514 HOME-START CHICHESTER AND DISTRICT Funding was provided towards core costs.
27/10/2023 £5,000 £21,904 WINCHELSEA NEW HALL Funding was provided towards toilet refurbishment.
27/10/2023 £5,000 ENERGISE SUSSEX COAST Funding was provided to fund their "Green Handyman" to help improve the energy efficiency of people's homes.
27/10/2023 £5,000 £999,956 FAMILY SUPPORT WORK Funding was provided towards the practitioner costs, travel, equipment costs and outreach work, including her support in schools.
27/10/2023 £5,000 £7,281 IDEN VILLAGE HALL Funding was provided towards the installation of solar panels on the village hall roof.
27/10/2023 £1,410 IDEN BOWLS CLUB Funding was provided to replace the sprinkler system and renew the wooden boarding that forms the edge of the green.
13/10/2023 £2,000 RYE AND DISTRICT COMMUNITY TRANSPORT Funding was provided towards fuel costs to run their 326 service.
13/10/2023 £1,000 £3,441 RYE AND DISTRICT STREET PASTORS INITIATIVE Funding was provided towards project costs.
13/10/2023 £1,000 RYE FLOWER AND VEG SHOW Funding was provided to help run their event in August 2024.
13/10/2023 £1,066 RYE CRICKET CLUB Funding was provided towards their Junior cricket programme for boys and girls.
13/10/2023 £2,000 £261,530 HANDS OF HOPE Funding was provided towards running costs.
13/10/2023 £500 RYE CASTLE MUSEUM Funding was provided for office equipment.
13/10/2023 £500 COMMUNITY COMPOST SOLUTIONS CIC Funding was provided towards setting up an online presence.
13/10/2023 £1,000 RYE COMMUNITY GARDEN Funding was provided towards a series of outreach events.
13/10/2023 £1,000 £21,904 WINCHELSEA NEW HALL Funding was provided towards refurbishing their toilets.
31/07/2023 £4,777 £14,487 SUSTAINABLE SUSSEX Funding was provided towards the construction of a poly tunnel.
31/07/2023 £4,777 CLIMATE RESILIENCE CENTRE WORTHING (CREW) Funding was provided to develop a ‘Youth Space’ for climate action and wellbeing.
31/07/2023 £4,777 £741,443 CARERS CENTRE FOR BRIGHTON & HOVE Funding was provided to reinvigorate the environmental focus of their activities to inspire and inform their young carers on how to live in a more positive, environmentally friendly way.
26/07/2023 £10,000 £232,292 BRIGHTON UNEMPLOYED CENTRE FAMILIES PROJECT Funding was provided towards running costs of a new service specifically targeting families in fuel poverty.
26/07/2023 £10,000 £98,021 THE HENFIELD HALL Funding was provided to purchase and install a battery back up system to their solar panels.
26/07/2023 £10,000 £322,013 ST MATTHEW'S WORTHING Funding was provided towards an energy audit and the installation of solar panels on the roof of the church.
26/07/2023 £3,000 £1,320,021 EMMAUS BRIGHTON & HOVE Funding was provided to improve energy efficiency across all of their accommodation by installing new loft insulation.
26/07/2023 £5,000 SEW FABULOUS CIC Funding was provided towards their 'Make Do And Mend Project'.
26/07/2023 £10,000 £359,012 TARNER COMMUNITY PROJECT Funding was provided to develop and maintain a new forest school and community garden.
26/07/2023 £10,000 £605,896 FARESHARE SUSSEX & SURREY Funding was provided towards their Electric Bike Research Project.
26/07/2023 £4,800 £611,434 ARUN COMMUNITY CHURCH Funding was provided towards an energy audit on the community centre.
26/07/2023 £3,000 £418,566 SIGHT SUPPORT WORTHING Funding was provided to make the charity building more energy efficient.
26/07/2023 £20,000 £450,779 COMMUNITY BASE Funding was provided to improve the energy efficiency of the building by undertaking an energy audit and installing panel heaters and LED lighting.
26/07/2023 £10,000 £1,217,916 COMMUNITY TRANSPORT SUSSEX CIO Funding was provided towards a new electric vehicle.
26/07/2023 £5,000 LOW CARBON TRUST Funding was provided to install a new replacement Rutland 1200 wind turbine.
26/07/2023 £10,000 HAVENS COMMUNITY HUB CIC Funding was provided towards the running costs of Havens Food Cooperative.
26/07/2023 £10,000 GREEN TIDES CIC Funding was provided to employ someone to develop, manage and grow the Wildflower Trail project.
26/07/2023 £5,000 OVER THE MOON SHOREHAM CIC Funding was provided to bring back and expand a summer community reuse festival.
26/07/2023 £3,700 FRIENDS OF DENTON GARDENS Funding was provided towards the purchase of nursery stock (plants), and other materials and features (such as nesting boxes) to implement their soft landscape and habitat enhancement proposals and to raise awareness about the local wildlife.
26/07/2023 £10,000 £178,230 WOLO FOUNDATION Funding was provided towards an electric van, to help the charity and the families they support with a cheaper method of transport.
26/07/2023 £10,000 £529,381 FABRICA Funding was provided towards their 'Renew, Repurpose' courses.
26/07/2023 £10,000 £107,565 ST LUKE'S ADVICE SERVICE Funding was provided so they can continue to assist those that are struggling with the cost-of-living and have fallen into fuel poverty.
26/07/2023 £10,000 MAGNETIC IDEALS Funding was provided towards running 10 intergenerational family-friendly Creative Cost of Living Climate Cafes over 6 months, over autumn and winter.
26/07/2023 £10,000 £109,253 PEDAL PEOPLE Funding was provided towards cycle maintenance.
26/07/2023 £6,169 £334,346 HENFIELD WITH SHERMANBURY AND WOODMANCOTE PAROCHIAL CHURCH COUNCIL Funding was provided towards the installation of a well-insulated suspended ceiling within the church hall.
26/07/2023 £2,000 SHOREHAM ROWING CLUB Funding was provided towards a building energy audit.
24/07/2023 £5,000 £396,159 BRIGHTON CITY TABLE TENNIS CLUB Funding was provided for after-school sessions for disadvantaged children.
14/07/2023 £9,852 £47,661 SAY APHASIA Funding was provided towards the running costs of drop-in groups.
14/07/2023 £5,000 £275,889 HOME-START EAST SUSSEX Funding was provided towards core staff costs.
14/07/2023 £5,000 £48,493 TYLER'S TRUST Funding was provided towards children's activities, which provide respite for families.
14/07/2023 £5,000 LITTLEHAMPTON & DISTRICT MEN'S SHED WEST Funding was provided for premises costs.
14/07/2023 £5,600 CARERS SUPPORT SELSEY Funding was provided for support worker staff costs.
14/07/2023 £5,000 PRISON FAMILY SUPPORT Funding was provided towards core costs.
14/07/2023 £9,920 £1,148,416 MOMENTUM CHILDREN'S CHARITY Funding was provided for family respite holidays.
14/07/2023 £5,000 LA DI DA SOCIETY Funding was provided for event production costs.
14/07/2023 £5,000 £136,668 CANCERWISE Funding was provided for counselling and wellbeing sessions.
14/07/2023 £5,000 £39,894 LIVESTOCK Funding was provided for a young mums peer support group.
14/07/2023 £4,764 £40,044 ENGAGE Funding was provided for staff, volunteer, venue hire and activities costs.
14/07/2023 £10,000 WORTHING DEMENTIA HUB Funding was provided to open a dementia cafe.
14/07/2023 £3,000 £68,477 PATHWAYS TO HEALTH Funding was provided for staff costs.
14/07/2023 £6,250 £99,511 PLOT 22 Funding was provided for staff and core costs.
14/07/2023 £5,000 £56,971 WAVES SEAFORD LTD Funding was provided towards core costs and organisational development.
14/07/2023 £6,080 £27,877 THE FUTSAL STARS FOUNDATION Funding was provided towards their provision in Newhaven and Seaford.
14/07/2023 £3,000 £446,236 FACE FRONT INCLUSIVE THEATRE Funding was provided towards their production 'It's My Move'. which will tour into special schools and colleges in Autumn 2023.
14/07/2023 £10,000 £76,331 KENNEDY STREET FOUNDATION Funding was provided to start up a Recovery Cafe at their hub.
14/07/2023 £5,000 £16,921 ICKLESHAM MEMORIAL HALL TRUST Funding was provided to recruit a freelance Activity & Event Co-Ordinator.
14/07/2023 £1,626 £165,910 SUSSEX MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS TREATMENT CENTRE Funding was provided towards staff and volunteer training.
14/07/2023 £3,506 TECHRESORT CIC Funding was provided towards their provision across Sussex.
14/07/2023 £10,000 £133,427 BRAMBER BAKEHOUSE Funding was provided for staff costs.
14/07/2023 £10,000 £41,959 ADUR VOLUNTARY ACTION Funding was provided for staff, training, equipment and core costs.
14/07/2023 £10,000 £176,206 WHOOPSADAISY Funding was provided for staff costs.
14/07/2023 £5,000 £71,222 FREE SHOP CRAWLEY Funding was provided for volunteer training, venue hire, core and fundraising costs.
14/07/2023 £4,260 ARTYTIME Funding was provided for a sewing circle project including staff, materials, equipment, overheads and volunteer expenses.
14/07/2023 £9,804 £122,662 FRIENDS FIRST Funding was provided to employ a current volunteer with lived experience into a housing support role.
14/07/2023 £8,732 EAST PRESTON MEN IN SHEDS Funding was provided for equipment costs.
14/07/2023 £5,000 £165,725 BROADFIELD COMMUNITY CENTRE Funding was provided for staff and core costs.
14/07/2023 £10,000 £413,804 A BAND OF BROTHERS Funding was provided for staff and project costs.
14/07/2023 £5,000 £6,060 SUPER SIBLINGS Funding was provided for equipment and refreshments.
14/07/2023 £5,000 £167,082 CHICHESTER DISTRICT FOODBANK Funding was provided for their Kids Holiday Lunch Pack scheme (KLP).
14/07/2023 £8,926 £79,193 WAVES MUSIC THERAPY Funding was provided for session delivery and capital works for their new studio.
14/07/2023 £2,750 A-LISTERS Funding was provided for four film projects.
14/07/2023 £6,500 £25,288 SALAAM FOOTBALL CLUB Funding was provided towards their running costs.
14/07/2023 £3,000 £65,640 ROTARY CLUB OF CHICHESTER HARBOUR Funding was provided towards food vouchers for their Christmas sacks for families affected by poverty.
14/07/2023 £7,000 £605,896 FARESHARE SUSSEX & SURREY Funding was provided towards increasing energy costs.
14/07/2023 £5,000 THE SANCTUARY EASTBOURNE Funding was provided towards running costs from September.
14/07/2023 £9,340 WILLOW TREE CHILDREN'S SUPPORT Funding was provided towards volunteer development and training.
14/07/2023 £3,601 £21,036 FITZJOHN'S FOOD BANK Funding was provided to employ a volunteer co-ordinator.
14/07/2023 £2,000 £418,566 SIGHT SUPPORT WORTHING Funding was provided to introduce a lunch club for their visually impaired and blind members.
14/07/2023 £2,500 SOUTHDOWN MEN IN SHEDS Funding was provided towards running costs.
14/07/2023 £5,000 £29,381 CHILDREN'S BOOKFEST, CHICHESTER Funding was provided towards books for festivals in Chichester and Bognor Regis.
14/07/2023 £9,992 IN HER HANDS PROJECT CIC Funding was provided towards a series of community build days.
14/07/2023 £5,250 ST GEORGES HALL Funding was provided towards a variety of free or low-cost activities and events throughout the year.
14/07/2023 £5,000 CARERS SUPPORT AND WELLBEING Funding was provided towards their programme of activities and support.
14/07/2023 £2,000 A LITTLE POORLY BRIGHTON Funding was provided towards their event programme.
14/07/2023 £1,972 CRAWLEY JUMMA GROUP Funding was provided towards a new support group for Asian women.
14/07/2023 £1,000 WORTHING SPEAKABOUT Funding was provided towards their core self advocacy work and to cover the cost of meeting room hire, accessible transport and refreshments.
14/07/2023 £5,000 £1,423,922 FELLOWSHIP OF ST NICHOLAS Funding was provided towards the provision of 15 free courses across 12 months focusing on building resilience, confidence and life skills linked to improving employability, and including opportunities to engage in volunteering.
14/07/2023 £5,000 £44,792 ARUN COUNSELLING CENTRE Funding was provided for core costs.
14/07/2023 £1,500 £624,822 AUDIOACTIVE Funding was provided for their Equaliser project for young women.
14/07/2023 £10,000 £276,937 PEOPLE MATTER TRUST Funding was provided for their jobseekers programme in Heathfield.
14/07/2023 £4,570 £180,274 KNOW DEMENTIA Funding was provided for their Brain Wave community choir.
14/07/2023 £10,000 TANGMERE YOUTH CLUB Funding was provided to secure a Youth Worker in Charge (YWIC) for 1 year.
14/07/2023 £4,752 £515,703 ALLSORTS YOUTH PROJECT Funding was provided for ReciteMe software for their website.
14/07/2023 £5,000 £85,412 YADA Funding was provided towards the Yada manager's salary, two days a week for nine months.
14/07/2023 £4,700 £387,171 RELATE WEST SUSSEX Funding was provided for staff training and counseling sessions.
14/07/2023 £5,000 BRIGHTON & HOVE FOOD PARTNERSHIP Funding was provided towards their Community Kitchen cookery school and will help cover the costs of one 5-week course, 5 one-off cookery classes, and 3 formal training sessions
14/07/2023 £2,000 CHANGING CHANCES FOR CHILDREN CIC (TRADING AS CHANGING CHANCES) Funding was provided for their Young Brain Coach awards programme.
14/07/2023 £5,000 £42,488 EARLY CHILDHOOD PROJECT Funding was provided towards their programme of activities.
14/07/2023 £6,832 £104,382 SYNERGY DANCE OUTREACH Funding was provided towards a SEND dance programme in Sussex.
14/07/2023 £10,000 £227,462 HOME-START ARUN, WORTHING & ADUR Funding was provided towards core costs.
14/07/2023 £5,000 £529,381 FABRICA Funding was provided towards their Men in Sheds project.
14/07/2023 £9,463 £45,492 JUNO PROJECT Funding was provided towards mental health workshops in 8 local schools.
14/07/2023 £5,113 NOW! CHARITY GROUP LTD Funding was provided towards the cost of running their vans.
14/07/2023 £5,000 £33,487 RPD FOUNDATION Funding was provided towards developing a Crawley Foodbank Partnership.
14/07/2023 £8,486 £331,643 SPRINGBOARD PROJECT Funding was provided to enable them to increase the capacity of sessions delivered for children and young people (CYP), aged 6-18 years, with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) in Horsham.
14/07/2023 £2,500 £103,714 THE KEYS PROJECT Funding was provided towards running costs of their new centre in Seaford.
14/07/2023 £1,500 £20,595 SKY FULL OF STORIES Funding was provided towards a live music event for people with learning disabilities.
14/07/2023 £3,330 £1,857,861 ADUR DISTRICT WOODCRAFT FOLK Funding was provided towards new resources including craft materials, plants, tables, a dishwasher, and storage.
14/07/2023 £5,000 £107,628 LUNCH POSITIVE Funding was provided towards the delivery costs of 76 HIV shared meal support sessions, consisting of the weekly HIV lunch club, monthly older person’s supper group, and women’s lunch peer-support group.
14/07/2023 £9,927 £11,236 THE 39 CLUB Funding was provided towards their Cooking with Young People project.
14/07/2023 £6,579 ON YOUR WAY (JOB CLUB AND DIGITAL INCLUSION) Funding was provided towards the running costs of their drop-in sessions and a local job fair.
14/07/2023 £5,000 £3,708 UNDERWIRED PRODUCTIONS Funding was provided for staff, production and core costs.
14/07/2023 £8,126 HOMEOPATHY IN THE SUSSEX COMMUNITY Funding was provided towards staff, marketing and core costs.
14/07/2023 £5,000 £4,613 ELM GROVE PTA Funding was provided to purchase stock for The Pantry.
14/07/2023 £1,000 £64,143 HASTINGS STORYTELLING FESTIVAL Funding was provided towards the annual storytelling festival.
14/07/2023 £5,000 £1,718,640 SURVIVORS NETWORK LTD Funding was provided towards a weekly peer support group for women survivors of sexual abuse.
14/07/2023 £1,500 £427,330 HASTINGS FURNITURE SERVICE Funding was provided towards opening up their Dorset Place premises as an reused office furniture warehouse and to employ a part time store and marketing assistant.
14/07/2023 £10,000 £115,998 LITTLEHAMPTON FOODBANK Funding was provided for emergency food parcels.
14/07/2023 £2,800 £34,111 COMMUNITY ADVICE, SUPPORT, EDUCATION (CASE) Funding was provided for three summer outings.
14/07/2023 £8,000 £522,015 MY SISTERS' HOUSE CIO Funding was provided for rent towards a larger premises.
14/07/2023 £3,000 £602,366 MARLBOROUGH PRODUCTIONS LTD Funding was provided for Radical Rhizomes, Marlborough’s social and support network for QTIBIPoC in Brighton and Hove.
14/07/2023 £3,000 LATEST GROUP CIC Funding was provided for staff, volunteer expenses, equipment and marketing costs.
14/07/2023 £4,000 £55,666 HOLDING SPACE Funding was provided for staff costs.
14/07/2023 £5,000 £45,513 SMALL PERFORMANCE ADVENTURES Funding was provided for a programme in partnership with AgeUK.
14/07/2023 £2,776 £4,811 BARCOMBE EXPLORERS (PART OF BARCOMBE DISTRICT SCOUTS) Funding was provided for equipment costs.
14/07/2023 £2,250 HELPING HANDS ROBERTSBRIDGE Funding was provided towards supporting the local food bank, the HAIRE project, and local community health and cost of living initiatives.
14/07/2023 £5,170 £258 QE2 (HORSHAM) TRUST Funding was provided to build a forest school.
14/07/2023 £4,000 £15,579 DUE EAST BRIGHTON Funding was provided for a pilot summer playscheme.
14/07/2023 £5,000 CLOSED EXTRATIME Funding was provided for five family fun days.
14/07/2023 £5,000 £476,995 SPIRAL SUSSEX Funding was provided towards opportunities for older people with learning disabilities.
14/07/2023 £2,000 NIGHTINGALES TENANTS ASSOCIATION CIC Funding was provided towards garden improvements.
14/07/2023 £5,000 EXPLORING SENSES CIC Funding was provided towards an after school art club.
14/07/2023 £5,000 £43,331 SEAFORD (SUSSEX) CONTEMPORARY ILLUSTRATORS AND PRINTMAKERS (SCIP) Funding was provided towards project costs and capacity building.
14/07/2023 £5,000 £77,342 GROW PROJECT Funding was provided towards project costs.
14/07/2023 £5,000 BRIGHTON PERMACULTURE Funding was provided towards the establishment of 8 community orchards.
14/07/2023 £5,000 £693,853 AFGHANISTAN AND CENTRAL ASIAN ASSOCIATION Funding was provided towards English classes and employability training.
14/07/2023 £1,983 CHRIST CHURCH ORE Funding was provided towards youth provision and holiday clubs.
14/07/2023 £2,000 £705,136 SEAVIEW PROJECT Funding was provided towards volunteer development and staff costs.
14/07/2023 £6,000 ADUR COMMUNITY CAFE COMMUNITY INTEREST COMPANY Funding was provided for staff costs.
14/07/2023 £10,000 £40,046 CHICHESTER HEART FOR HOMELESS Funding was provided for core costs.
14/07/2023 £5,000 CENTRE FOR ECOTHERAPY Funding was provided for core costs.
14/07/2023 £1,300 ASPERGER’S SYNDROME SELF-ADVOCACY GROUP Funding was provided for running their self-advocacy sessions.
14/07/2023 £3,080 £247,304 EASTBOURNE CITIZENS ADVICE Funding was provided for core costs.
14/07/2023 £6,300 SELSEY MONEY SUPPORT Funding was provided for staff costs.
26/06/2023 £750 RAW YOUTH GROUP (PART OF GRACE CHURCH BRIGHTON) Funding was provided for regular outings for young people and team members who attend the weekly group.
23/06/2023 £500 £180,700 KIDZ KLUB BRIGHTON & HOVE LTD Funding was provided for their club in East Brighton.
19/06/2023 £750 NOOR-UL HUDA Funding was provided towards an educational trip to London in the summer holidays.
19/06/2023 £750 FLEDGLINGS OUTDOOR PLAY Funding was provided for their forest school activities and subsidised places for East Brighton families.
19/06/2023 £750 £15,579 DUE EAST BRIGHTON Funding was provided for their pilot Summer Playscheme, providing creative and nature-based activities and a warm healthy meal for 80 children and their families.
19/06/2023 £750 £51,802 PELICAN PARCELS Funding was provided for core costs for their work in East Brighton.
19/06/2023 £750 £258,731 ST CUTHMAN'S WHITEHAWK Funding was provided towards the cost of refreshments/snacks.
19/06/2023 £750 £529,381 FABRICA Funding was provided for their Men In Sheds projects in Craven Vale and Whitehawk Hill Allotments Society
19/06/2023 £750 FAMILY THING Funding was provided for their weekly dance sessions at East Brighton Bounce.
19/06/2023 £750 EAST BRIGHTON FOOD CIC Funding was provided to cover utilities due to increased costs.
19/06/2023 £750 THE FUTURE IS UNWRITTEN Funding was provided for an outreach worker for their Whitehawk Sings workshops.
19/06/2023 £750 £212,265 CREW CLUB Funding was provided for a day trip to Littlehampton Beach and Harbour Park for 20 families.
19/06/2023 £750 £142,581 LITTLE GREEN PIG WRITING PROJECT Funding was provided for their InterPlay sessions in East Brighton.
16/06/2023 £750 £19,119 ABC FUND Funding was provided towards a a day out on the beach.
15/06/2023 £425 BADGERS TENNIS CLUB Funding was provided for training for their Youth Coach.
15/06/2023 £734 £476,995 SPIRAL SUSSEX Funding was provided for green screen flooring and props for their film group.
15/06/2023 £750 BEVY SENIORS CLUB Funding was provided for transport, activities, food and equipment costs.
15/06/2023 £700 MENOPAUSE AND MIND Funding was provided for arts workshops at Whitehawk Community Centre.
15/06/2023 £750 ON YOUR WAY (JOB CLUB AND DIGITAL INCLUSION) Funding was provided for core costs.
15/06/2023 £750 EXPLORING SENSES CIC Funding was provided for five MakerLab sessions in East Brighton.
15/06/2023 £750 £293,659 BRIGHTON AND HOVE SPEAK OUT Funding was provided for workshops and activities.
15/06/2023 £750 £75,061 GLADRAGS COMMUNITY COSTUME RESOURCE Funding was provided for their 'Stich My Way' sewing sessions for young people in East Brighton.
13/06/2023 £4,500 £42,455 RALLI HALL LUNCH AND SOCIAL CLUB Funding was provided towards their transport costs.
13/06/2023 £2,000 THE LAUNCHPAD COLLECTIVE Funding was provided towards the salary of their client coordinator.
13/06/2023 £5,000 BELLTREE MUSIC THERAPY CIC Funding was provided towards their Musical Sanctuary Project.
12/06/2023 £5,000 BRIGHTON BIKE HUB Funding was provided for staff costs.
12/06/2023 £5,000 SEW FABULOUS CIC Funding was provided for their 'Make do and mend' sessions.
19/05/2023 £5,000 £665,207 GRASSROOTS SUICIDE PREVENTION Funding was provided for staff, volunteer and production costs for a library of stories from suicide survivors.
19/05/2023 £5,000 £386,772 4SIGHT VISION SUPPORT Funding was provided towards core costs.
19/05/2023 £5,000 £223,000 MID SUSSEX VOLUNTARY ACTION Funding was provided to run a Community Café every Thursday from 10am to 2pm at the Cherry Tree Centre in Burgess Hill from April to December 2023.
19/05/2023 £5,000 £44,792 ARUN COUNSELLING CENTRE Funding was provided towards free sessions for those unable to afford counselling.
19/05/2023 £5,000 £65,640 ROTARY CLUB OF CHICHESTER HARBOUR Funding was provided to buy new clothing (especially underwear, socks, nightclothes, jumpers and warm coats), shoes, bedding/blankets and household goods to meet the needs of people referred to them for support by partner agencies and charities.
19/05/2023 £4,000 £605,896 FARESHARE SUSSEX & SURREY Funding was provided towards core operational costs.
19/05/2023 £5,000 SELSEY DEMENTIA ACTION ALLIANCE Funding was provided towards core staff costs.
19/05/2023 £5,000 £227,462 HOME-START ARUN, WORTHING & ADUR Funding was provided to contribute to the costs associated with the weekly placement of volunteers within a family home enabling Home-Start to continue vital support to families.
19/05/2023 £5,000 CREATIVE HEART LITTLEHAMPTON CIC Funding was provided towards running costs, which have increased due to cost of living.
19/05/2023 £5,000 £189,465 CANCER UNITED Funding was provided towards staff costs.
19/05/2023 £1,000 HENFIELD COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP Funding was provided to help meet a gap in community provision of antenatal through to pre-school services.
19/05/2023 £5,000 £31,474 RIVERS LEARNING PROJECT COMMUNITY Funding was provided towards project costs for an IT and community awareness programme.
19/05/2023 £5,000 £1,288,486 FRIENDS, FAMILIES AND TRAVELLERS Funding was provided towards staff costs, overheads and items for those in need.
19/05/2023 £5,000 YOUR GOOD MORNING CALL - SELSEY COMMUNITY FORUM Funding was provided towards staff costs for the service manager.
19/05/2023 £5,000 £27,306 AGE CONCERN SOUTHBOURNE AND DISTRICT Funding was provided towards running costs and a range of projects.
19/05/2023 £5,000 ONE HOME CHURCH CIO Funding was provided for food and other essential items.
19/05/2023 £5,000 £319,157 ESTEEM Funding was provided towards staff costs.
12/05/2023 £10,000 CRAWLEY COMMUNITY YOUTH SERVICE Funding was provided to hire a young person to create a library of short promotional films
26/04/2023 £500 KEMP TOWN GARDENING AND COMMUNITY GROUP Funding was provided towards the cost of the baskets and flowers for their hanging baskets.
24/04/2023 £10,270 CHAGOSSIAN ELDERLY WEST SUSSEX CLUB Funding was provided for the community to come together and share stories over lunch with live music and dancing provided by community volunteers.
24/04/2023 £10,000 MELTING POT PROJECT COMMUNITY INTEREST COMPANY Funding was provided to offer free, non-accredited (at this stage) English Language classes to Chagossians from Pre-Entry to Level 2 standard with the support of volunteers at a lovely, informal setting known as Grand Bay in Broadfield, Crawley.
24/04/2023 £14,780 £498,726 CRAWLEY COMMUNITY ACTION Funding was provided to enable CCA to provide dedicated group development advice and guidance to existing and emerging local Chagossian and Mauritian groups and projects.
30/03/2023 £22,000 £354,000 CRAWLEY COMMUNITY YOUTH SERVICE Funding was provided to develop their music project engaging YP within the Chagossian community by offering the opportunity to develop, perform and showcase their musical skills.
24/03/2023 £5,000 RYE NEWS CIC Funding was provided towards a range of support for website re-design and upgrade.
24/03/2023 £5,000 £737,049 HASTINGS ADVICE AND REPRESENTATION CENTRE (HARC) Funding was provided to help pay for a 0.5 part time specialist welfare benefits advisor for a period of 6 months, delivering specialist advice and representation to the people of Rye, Camber, Playden, Iden, Peasmarsh, Beckley, Rye Harbour, Winchelsea, Winchelsea beach and Udimore, by way of direct referral from Rye Foodbank..
24/03/2023 £4,533 £275,827 FERRY ROAD NURSERY Funding was provided for Information Communication Technology (ICT) equipment that will be used to enhance the learning and educational environment for children that attend the nursery, and specifically for those with additional health, social care, or developmental needs.
24/03/2023 £2,500 £226,824 SUSSEX ASSOCIATION FOR SPINA BIFIDA & HYDROCEPHALUS Funding was provided to support residents affected by spina bifida, hydrocephalus and other disabilities in the Rye area to access their Adviser and Social Inclusion Services. group activities and advocacy.
24/03/2023 £5,000 £117,922 RYE CASTLE MUSEUM Funding was provided to help provide a new roof for the East Street Museum, which was originally installed in 1996, on which they will then be able to install 16 photovoltaic solar panels (feeding into a special battery for offline storage of the solar energy).
24/03/2023 £5,000 £61,292 RYE HERITAGE CENTRE CIO (RHC) Funding was provided to assist with repairs to the Rye Town Model, which has been showing signs of wear, often breaking down or not all parts working.
24/03/2023 £3,000 £96,870 PEASMARSH CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL TRUST Funding was provided for workshops in five local primary schools, in Rye, Winchelsea, Peasmarsh, Beckley and Icklesham.
24/03/2023 £1,000 £17,263 RYE WURLITZER ACADEMY Funding was provided for a contribution towards teaching costs for their students.
24/03/2023 £1,000 CAMBER RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION Funding was provided towards costs of running outings for members (transport and teas).
24/03/2023 £5,000 RYE RUGBY FOOTBALL CLUB Funding was provided towards work on restoring the kitchen, servery & beer cellar, which are severely below the standard required for food service.
24/03/2023 £5,000 £125,517 RYE AND DISTRICT COMMUNITY TRANSPORT Funding was provided to continue to support fares for some of the children on their Homewood service and to support the increase in fuel costs and work they do with local primaries.
20/03/2023 £9,975 LOVEBROOK CIC Funding was provided for staff, volunteer and supply costs.
20/03/2023 £5,000 £254,425 SUSSEX PATHWAYS Funding was provided towards their work supporting women coming out of prison in Sussex.
20/03/2023 £9,792 WINDMILL YOUNG ACTORS Funding was provided towards their regular classes and a training programme for four young people.
20/03/2023 £2,500 £18,505 ACORN PREGNANCY COUNSELLING CENTRE Funding was provided towards core costs.
20/03/2023 £7,665 £15,010 NURTURE THROUGH NATURE Funding was provided towards core costs.
20/03/2023 £4,500 £18,650 AFRO-BRAZILIAN ARTS & CULTURAL EXCHANGE INSTITUTE Funding was provided towards an educational and social inclusion programme for disadvantaged young people.
20/03/2023 £5,000 £38,332 HOLISTIC WELLBEING COMMUNITY Funding was provided towards staff costs for a part-time project manager.
20/03/2023 £9,950 £99,199 WEALDEN WORKS Funding was provided towards workshop costs and laptops for participants.
20/03/2023 £9,952 BELTA Funding was provided towards a programme of community activities.
20/03/2023 £1,000 DENTON COMMUNITY CHALLENGE/JAMES DANIELS MEMORIAL FUND Funding was provided towards their event in 2023.
20/03/2023 £8,049 £83,487 NEW NOTE PROJECTS Funding is requested towards music workshops for Open House.
20/03/2023 £5,000 £238,463 SELSEY BUDDY SUPPORT Funding was provided towards staff costs of the project manager.
20/03/2023 £9,950 £51,521 THE YOUTH COUNSELLING PROJECT Funding was provided towards the costs of expanding their service to meet demand.
20/03/2023 £9,983 THE WILD MIND PROJECT Funding was provided for project costs associated with a wellbeing programme for the young LGBTQ+ community.
20/03/2023 £10,000 POSITIVE ROUTES TO WELLBEING C.I.C. Funding was provided towards staff costs.
20/03/2023 £5,000 £999,956 FAMILY SUPPORT WORK Funding was provided for the staff costs of a new support service in Horsham.
20/03/2023 £10,000 £219,792 SYLVIA BEAUFOY CENTRE Funding was provided towards activity costs.
20/03/2023 £7,000 £238,636 SOUNDCASTLE Funding was provided towards the development of a community music and mental health hub in Shoreham.
20/03/2023 £9,668 £140,047 SUSSEX NIGHTSTOP PLUS Funding was provided towards strategic development and delivery.
20/03/2023 £5,000 £136,122 PIPPA'S GROUP Funding was provided towards core costs.
20/03/2023 £10,000 WILDER LIFE WELLBEING CIC Funding was provided towards their project costs.
20/03/2023 £9,998 £25,502 TEN LITTLE TOES BABY BANK Funding was provided towards staff costs.
20/03/2023 £2,815 £668,419 ROPETACKLE ARTS CENTRE Funding was provided towards a series of relaxed and friendly performances.
20/03/2023 £3,000 £322,013 ST MATTHEW'S WORTHING Funding was provided towards heating and lighting costs.
20/03/2023 £2,000 £1,182 TILLINGTON LOCAL CARE (TLC) Funding was provided towards running costs.
20/03/2023 £5,000 £304,024 JIGSAW (SOUTH EAST) LTD Funding was provided towards staff costs.
20/03/2023 £5,000 THE MANOR GYM CIC Funding was provided towards school holiday football sessions.
20/03/2023 £4,187 FRIENDS OF BISHOPSTONE STATION Funding was provided towards the cost of running their Meet up Monday session.
20/03/2023 £9,948 £127,608 DOWN SYNDROME DEVELOPMENT TRUST Funding was provided towards their social and learning hub.
20/03/2023 £9,900 £53,405 NETWORK OF INTERNATIONAL WOMEN OF BRIGHTON & HOVE Funding was provided towards staff costs to enable them to increase capacity.
20/03/2023 £5,400 £201,095 YOUTH DREAM Funding was provided towards staff costs.
20/03/2023 £5,000 £1,299,473 DEMENTIA SUPPORT Funding was provided towards their Wayfinding service.
20/03/2023 £5,106 PEGASUS Funding was provided towards project costs associated with their work in a housing scheme for people with dementia.
20/03/2023 £5,000 £98,019 HANGLETON COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION Funding was provided towards core costs.
20/03/2023 £5,000 £39,732 ADHD AWARE Funding was provided towards activity costs.
20/03/2023 £1,000 £954,644 STREETVET Funding was provided towards staff training for their volunteer team leaders in Brighton.
20/03/2023 £4,814 NEWHAVEN ARTS PROJECTS Funding was provided towards art sessions for adults in mental health recovery.
20/03/2023 £5,000 TRANSITION TOWN HASTINGS Funding was provided for their food growing programme.
20/03/2023 £2,376 WE ARE FOODPIONEERS CIC Funding was provided towards an educational programme for disadvantaged families.
20/03/2023 £3,000 DENTON & DISTRICT CRICKET CLUB Funding was provided towards refurbishment costs for their changing rooms and bar area.
20/03/2023 £3,000 £13,704 MEN IN SHEDS LANCING AND SOMPTING Funding was provided towards their wellbeing fund for trips and warm meals.
20/03/2023 £10,000 £381,685 GATWICK DETAINEES WELFARE GROUP Funding was provided towards the salary for a frontline worker supporting activity driven by the cost of living crisis.
20/03/2023 £10,000 MENSHARE LISTENING GROUP Funding was provided towards their programme of activities, equipment and development.
20/03/2023 £4,430 £266,420 FOOD MATTERS FOUNDATION Funding was provided towards their Mood & Food project for young people.
20/03/2023 £5,000 COMMUNITY COOKING CLUB Funding was provided towards their project with the Russell Martin Foundation.
20/03/2023 £4,940 £226,918 CREW CLUB Funding was provided towards their baby Rhythm and Rhyme group.
20/03/2023 £6,500 £142,581 LITTLE GREEN PIG WRITING PROJECT Funding was provided towards their free after school writing clubs.
20/03/2023 £10,000 £471,944 PELHAM CIO Funding was provided to help meet salary of their chief executive who is also Manager of the pre-employment project.
20/03/2023 £5,000 £192,033 WORLD CETACEAN ALLIANCE Funding was provided towards core costs to continue their charity project's vital work in local dolphin conservation.
20/03/2023 £8,077 CHILDREN'S FOREST LTD Funding was provided to help co-create a new Children's Forest at the Granary in Blackham.
20/03/2023 £3,060 £63,044 ARTICULATE ARTS LTD Funding was provided for staff costs and volunteer expenses.
20/03/2023 £2,500 £807,895 THE GIRLS' NETWORK Funding was provided towards staff costs.
20/03/2023 £6,930 £84,028 QUIET DOWN THERE Funding was provided to run Harriett’s Press - a wash and create space - for 13 weeks across April/May/June & July, together with a Will writing service.
20/03/2023 £9,495 £24,757 SUSTAINABLE SUSSEX Funding was provided for the Fen Community Farm and market garden project, for a polytunnel and forest garden development.
20/03/2023 £5,000 MOVINGSOUNDS Funding was provided to support core funding, together with project delivery costs.
20/03/2023 £10,000 £40,180 BEFRIENDED Funding was provided towards staff costs.
20/03/2023 £10,000 PETWORTH COMMUNITY GARDEN Funding was provided towards staff and operational costs.
20/03/2023 £10,000 £295,803 TIME TO TALK BEFRIENDING Funding was provided for a two stage project: firstly, to identify how best to meet the more complex needs of their older members, including mental health needs; and secondly to enable the voice of the 'older old' themselves to drive forward and influence the way befriending services are provided to them.
20/03/2023 £2,400 HANDCROSS ROSEMARY CLUB Funding was provided towards core costs.
20/03/2023 £10,000 £293,332 LES ALDEN FOUNDATION Funding was provided to retain their Outreach Officer post for another five months, in order to enable them to continue their targeted support programmes and to focus fundraising efforts on the day-to-day operations of the charity.
20/03/2023 £9,994 BIG EYED EARS CIC Funding was provided for a series of workshops.
20/03/2023 £5,000 £20,412 THE FORGET ME NOT'S (CRAWLEY) Funding was provided to cover the salaries for their coordinators, over a period of 12 months.
20/03/2023 £10,000 £171,063 LEWES DISTRICT CHURCHES HOMELINK Funding was provided to cover core staffing costs to meet local demand on their services etc, exacerbated by the Covid 19 pandemic.
20/03/2023 £10,000 £80,329 SHOUT WSK - (STREET HOMELESS OUTREACH WORTHING SOUP KITCHEN) Funding was provided to employ a chef to help with their project.
20/03/2023 £10,000 £239,833 STREETLIGHT Funding was provided to staff a Women's Support Worker.
20/03/2023 £3,600 NEWHAVEN FAMILIES FORUM Funding was provided to cover the rent of their school uniform bank premises.
20/03/2023 £10,000 £310,826 CULTURE SHIFT Funding was provided for project costs.
20/03/2023 £2,376 £42,391 SUSSEX GREEN LIVING Funding was provided towards their Repair and Regrow Roadshow.
20/03/2023 £1,175 BOLNEY COMMUNITY CAFE SOCIETY Funding was provided for a coffee machine.
20/03/2023 £10,000 BRIGHTON GRUB HUB Funding was provided for a self-emplyed gardening leader and towards their weekly affordable food project in South Moulsecoomb.
20/03/2023 £9,340 £35,854 OROMO COMMUNITY IN BRIGHTON AND HOVE Funding was provided to support adult refugees from the Oromo community to rebuild their physical and mental health through a series of physical activities and classes.
20/03/2023 £3,650 £56,474 KOMEDIA PRODUCTIONS LTD Funding was provided for comedy workshops at the Crew Club.
20/03/2023 £4,200 BOGNOR AND CHICHESTER VOICE Funding was provided to enable the group to continue to hire secure and accessible venues to plan and hold meetings. In addition it would support printing of posters and flyers for their publicity campaign.
20/03/2023 £5,000 £31,346 B&H FAITH IN ACTION Funding was provided for the Street Support website, app and admin costs.
20/03/2023 £9,500 £15,843 BABY2BABY EAST SUSSEX Funding was provided for rent and service charges at their new premises for one year.
20/03/2023 £10,000 PHOENIX THERAPY PRACTICE Funding was provided to enable them to offer free sessions to those in need.
20/03/2023 £2,500 £6,329 LOWLAND SEARCH DOGS SUSSEX Funding was provided for volunteer PPE equipment.
20/03/2023 £2,500 £639,212 THEODORA CHILDREN'S CHARITY Funding was provided to enable their Giggle Doctors to visit the Royal Alexandra Children's Hospital once a week.
20/03/2023 £6,956 VYD Funding was provided to host two 12 week courses in for approximately 12 people per course.
20/03/2023 £2,021 WESTERLEIGH JUDOKWAI Funding was provided to take a group of disabled athletes and their Carers to The Pan Disability European Judo Competition in Holland, April 2023.
20/03/2023 £10,000 £169,763 4 THE YOUTH Funding was provided for two youth workers.
20/03/2023 £5,677 HANGLETON & KNOLL MULTI CULTURAL WOMEN'S GROUP Funding was provided to run a core programme of health and wellbeing activities; build on their engagement programme during this post pandemic transition period; and plan and run new activities in consultation with members.
20/03/2023 £8,250 BETTER BRAYBROOKE (POCKET PARK) Funding was provided for a series of street art workshops and final mural project.
20/03/2023 £10,000 £69,298 CHICHESTER CITY CENTRE DROP-IN Funding was provided towards core costs.
20/03/2023 £9,000 SMARTER UNIFORMS Funding was provided towards staff costs.
20/03/2023 £10,000 THE LEDWARD CENTRE CIC Funding was provided towards the salary costs of a part time centre manager and facilitator.
20/03/2023 £1,000 CHICHESTER FOREST SCHOOLS CIC Funding iwas provided towards their Woodland Women's Wellbeing Group and Wild Play Family Support Group.
20/03/2023 £8,000 EASTBOURNE DEMENTIA ACTION ALLIANCE Funding was provided to enable EDAA to continue to employ a Charity Coordinator for 13 hours per week between April 23 - March 24.
20/03/2023 £7,000 £448,096 DAME VERA LYNN CHILDREN'S CHARITY Funding was provided towards running costs of their conductive learning project.
13/03/2023 £2,400 DOWNS JUNIOR SCHOOL Funding was provided to enable 16 under privileged children to take part in a 4 day, 3 night residential trip.
13/03/2023 £2,225 HANGLETON PRIMARY SCHOOL Funding was provided to help children from low-income families attend a year 6 residential trip.
13/03/2023 £2,800 COLDEAN PRIMARY SCHOOL Funding was provided towards their Year 6 Residential Trip to Broadstone Warren in February 2023.
13/03/2023 £1,300 BENFIELD PRIMARY SCHOOL Funding was provided towards a year 6 residential trip for 22/23 that incorporates outward bound, team building, and high adventure activities.
13/03/2023 £1,160 CARDEN PRIMARY SCHOOL Funding was provided towards 2 residential trips: one for Years 4 & 5 Big School Camp and the second Year 6 Fairthorne Manor.
13/03/2023 £3,150 HOVE JUNIOR SCHOOL Funding was provided towards th Year 4 and Year 6 residentia trips.
13/03/2023 £1,350 ST LUKE'S PRIMARY SCHOOL Funding was provided to help year 6 children from low-income families to attend the residential trip to the PGL activity centre at Windmill Hill.
09/03/2023 £500 SUDANESE SOCIETY IN BRIGHTON & HOVE Funding was provided to hold a Sudanese community football tournament at Manor Gym in late April or early May.
09/03/2023 £504 VYD Funding was provided to run a free six week course with the Crew Club Hawks, Whitehawk’s No1 Youth Football Infrastructure.
09/03/2023 £500 RAINBOW COMMUNITY PROJECTS Funding was provided towards 10 Ecotherapy sessions in the local greenspaces of Whitehawk to 3 local residents.
09/03/2023 £500 SEDS SUSSEX EHLERS-DANLOS SYNDROMES AND HYPERMOBILITY SUPPORT GROUP Funding was provided towards their SEDSConnective Art Show.
09/03/2023 £475 MAGNETIC IDEALS Funding was provided towards a Creative Climate Cafe Event in Whitehawk Community Centre.
09/03/2023 £500 BRISTOL ESTATE LEASEHOLDERS & TENANTS ASSOCIATION CIC Funding was provided towards replacing the commercial oven cooker in the Community Centre.
08/03/2023 £500 £65,435 THE SPIRE ARTS Funding was provided for event production for Brighton Festival.
08/03/2023 £500 £44,144 LIVESTOCK Funding was provided for their Mothers Uncovered project.
08/03/2023 £500 WINDMILL YOUNG ACTORS Funding was provided for rehearsals and food for their Whitehawk drama club.
08/03/2023 £500 £56,474 KOMEDIA PRODUCTIONS LTD Funding was provided for their Comedy Workshop programme at the Crew Club.
08/03/2023 £500 £41,013 BRIGHTON PEACE AND ENVIRONMENT CENTRE Funding was provided towards their Energywise project in the Moulsecoomb area.
08/03/2023 £500 £242,868 ONCA TRUST LIMITED Funding was provided towards staffing costs.
20/02/2023 £3,500 ST.BARTHOLOMEW'S CHURCH Funding was provided towards the increased cost of oil to keep the church warm and to allow them to open a "warm spot" during the winter months at the breakfast club and cafe.
20/02/2023 £10,000 £333,239 THE REFUGEE BUDDY PROJECT HASTINGS, ROTHER & WEALDEN Funding was provided to enable them to open the Dove Café an additional 3 days per week, offering a warm space with food and hot drinks for anyone who needs a place to keep warm and with access to cheap/free food during the winter months.
20/02/2023 £10,000 THE FRIENDS OF NEWHAVEN FOODBANK Funding was provided to help cover increased running costs and to enable them to extend their community café provision at the community supermarkets in Peacehaven and Newhaven.
20/02/2023 £10,000 SURVIVING THE STREETS UK CIC Funding was provided towards food bank items and storage, fuel, and insurance costs.
20/02/2023 £1,639 £108,241 THE MARKETPLACE Funding was provided towards food to restock the larder.
20/02/2023 £5,539 THE COMBE VALLEY COUNTRYSIDE PARK CIC Funding was provided towards a warm space at The Combe Valley Café and Discovery Centre, supporting disadvantaged people of all ages to stay warm and healthy between February-April 2023.
20/02/2023 £6,500 OVESCO Funding was provided towards staffing and delivery costs, training for volunteers and the provision of free home energy packs.
20/02/2023 £8,281 £767,121 HASTINGS VOLUNTARY ACTION Funding was provided towards increased organistion running costs due to cost of living increases and to purchase warm clothing and culturally-appropriate emergency food.
19/01/2023 £5,000 £263,892 LIFE SUPPORT CHARITY Funding was provided to employ a live-in Support Worker for the Ukrainian guests at the hotel.
19/01/2023 £4,500 ADUR UKRAINE SUPPORT ASSOCIATION Funding was provided towards cultural, educational and social activities for Ukrainians in Adur and the surrounding areas from January to October 2023.
19/01/2023 £5,000 COMMUNITY CHEF GOOD FOOD FOR ALL CIC Funding was provided to run a series of community cookery activities for Ukrainian guests/settlers.
19/01/2023 £5,000 £655,048 VOLUNTARY ACTION ARUN & CHICHESTER Funding was provided towards a part time Ukrainian Volunteer Development post.
19/01/2023 £5,000 £2,763,123 WEST SUSSEX MIND Funding was provided towards the salary costs for a Ukrainian Speaking outreach worker to support the local Ukrainian Refugee community to access the mental health support they need; and towards training for volunteers working directly with Ukrainian refugees.
19/01/2023 £5,000 STAND FOR UKRAINE Funding was provided to expand the weekly drop in sessions, to include more activities for children in a separate space than the adult information support, and also to run a separate program of activities from January - October 2023.
19/01/2023 £4,500 OUR NEIGHBOURHOOD CIC Funding was provided to set up a flexible Ukrainian Support service, comprising of a support hub in Eastbourne and a support worker/translator to assist with support and translation in a variety of settings.
19/01/2023 £5,000 BEING NEIGHBOURLY Funding was provided towards English lessons, IT equipment in connection with employment, SIM cards, accommodation provision and production of information material.
19/01/2023 £500 BILLINGSHURST COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP LTD Funding was provided to support 25 Ukranian families to apply for a driving licence.
19/01/2023 £5,000 £397,832 EDUCATION TRAINING CONSORTIUM SUSSEX Funding was provided to support Ukrainian refugees, through room hire, resources and tutor costs
19/01/2023 £4,000 ASSOCIATION OF UKRAINIANS IN GREAT BRITAIN, EAST SUSSEX BRANCH Funding was provided to deliver a programme of events in and around Rother serving approximately 400 families.
19/01/2023 £5,000 £203,254 HIS PLACE Funding was provided to continue running their weekly open workshop and children/youth workshops.
19/01/2023 £5,000 HUGS Funding was provided to support a range of evening and weekend activities and social sessions (including art groups, cookery lessons, board games and other refugee-led ideas) over the period January - October 2023.
09/01/2023 £2,300 ST WILFRID'S CHURCH HALL Funding was provided towards a warm space for the community.
09/01/2023 £6,359 £163,159 SEAFORD COMMUNITY CHURCH/ TRUST Funding was provided towards increased running costs, additional shelving to increase capacity, and warm clothing for volunteers. Funding was also provided to enable them to open a 'warm bank' providing hot food and drink.
09/01/2023 £9,743 DEFIANT SPORTS Funding was provided towards additional staff to help meet the increased demand for their services and towards the increased costs due to the economic climate.
09/01/2023 £2,500 £39,302 BEXHILL AND ROTHER HOMELESSNESS UNITY GROUP Funding was provided to help them provide adequate support over the winter months with increasing costs and higher demand for their services.
09/01/2023 £7,849 £132,273 LUNCH POSITIVE Funding was provided towards the running costs for their HIV safe space 'warm hub' and community support groups across Lewes, Eastbourne, and Hastings.
09/01/2023 £10,000 £178,230 WOLO FOUNDATION Funding was provided to send families a supermarket voucher to help them through the cost-of-living crisis.
09/01/2023 £10,000 £238,636 SOUNDCASTLE Funding was provided towards increased running costs including rent, utilities, and staff costs due to rising costs-of-living.
09/01/2023 £3,820 £42,060 OASIS COMMUNITY PROJECT - EAST HASTINGS Funding was provided towards the weekly use of a warm space to help local residents over winter.
09/01/2023 £10,000 £342,922 LEWES DISTRICT CITIZENS ADVICE Funding was provided towards increased running costs, particularly staffing with inflationary increases and the cost of new IT equipment.
09/01/2023 £2,000 £12,665 BELLS YEW GREEN VILLAGE HALL Funding was provided towards the cost of offering a free community lunch in a heated environment over winter, particularly for those struggling with cost-of-living increases.
09/01/2023 £7,976 £106,259 TRANSOM TRUST Funding was provided towards increased running costs and to recruit/train additional staff and volunteers to help meet demand.
09/01/2023 £10,000 £248,257 CHAILEY HERITAGE ENTERPRISE CENTRE Funding was provided to help cover their increased running costs and towards the provision of a warm hub over winter where individuals will have access to hot food and drinks.
09/01/2023 £1,980 £10,236 WITHYHAM KINGS’ HALL Funding was provided towards a free warm and welcoming hub in Withyham village hall one day a week in January, February and March 2023.
09/01/2023 £10,000 DIVERSITY RESOURCE INTERNATIONAL Funding was provided towards running costs, including staff costs, volunteers' expenses and travel over the winter period.
09/01/2023 £10,000 £653,801 SARA LEE TRUST Funding was provided to help cover staff costs and towards the increased fuel costs for Community Therapy.
09/01/2023 £10,000 £1,309,356 LITTLE GATE FARM Funding was provided to help cover increased fuel and travel costs, and towards food for their children's holiday and weekend club for children and young people with learning disabilities.
09/01/2023 £10,000 £250,579 KINGDOM WAY TRUST Funding was provided towards increased running costs over winter, particularly energy, food and salary costs.
09/01/2023 £10,000 £239,833 STREETLIGHT Funding was provided towards running costs, contributing towards specialist Support Workers’ costs until May 2023, including, travel, office and winter resources for service users, including online and in-person support.
09/01/2023 £10,000 £495,669 EASTBOURNE CITIZENS ADVICE BUREAU Funding was provided towards increased running costs including inflationary increases for salaries and significant increases in overheads over the winter period.
09/01/2023 £7,050 BEXHILL FAMILY COLLECTIVE CIC Funding was provided towards the provision of a warm space, including activities to keep people engaged when using the space.
09/01/2023 £10,000 £242,611 CHILDREN WITH CANCER FUND (POLEGATE) Funding was provided to support beneficiaries by providing vouchers to help them with cost-of-living increases.
13/12/2022 £10,000 £825,105 FAMILY SUPPORT WORK Funding was provided to help their practitioner provide increased food parcels, fuel cost support and children's activities.
13/12/2022 £4,602 HAILSHAM FOODBANK Funding was provided towards extra warehouse supervisor hours and food to meet the increase in demand.
13/12/2022 £8,996 £285,648 EAST SUSSEX RECOVERY ALLIANCE (ESRA) Funding was provided towards the increase in staff, food, and fuel costs to enable them to continue to deliver their services.
13/12/2022 £10,000 £99,497 EAST SUSSEX VETERANS HUB 99/100 GROUP Funding was provided to sustain and extend their existing services to help meet the increased cost of rising utilities prices, provision of extra staff, and training of volunteers over 6 months.
13/12/2022 £8,100 £378,843 YOU RAISE ME UP (YRMU) Funding was provided towards the rising costs of providing their services, including their counselling services, helpline and support groups due to increased demand for support.
13/12/2022 £10,000 £32,280 JUST FRIENDS Funding was provided to increase the number of social meetings/events to help members enjoy warmth and subsidised food during the first three months of 2023.
13/12/2022 £9,600 £225,932 BRIGHTON THERAPY CENTRE Funding was provided to provide new mental health services in Hastings.
13/12/2022 £5,000 £48,785 KING EDWARD VII INSTITUTE T/A GROOMBRIDGE VILLAGE HALL Funding was provided to help them meet the increase in energy costs between January - May 2023.
13/12/2022 £9,450 £333,999 PELHAM CIO Funding was provided towards the rising costs at the centre for utility bills, food for their free hot meals, wood for log fires for their warm space, and to enable them to continue to offer their wider services to the community.
13/12/2022 £8,000 £11,351 KEMPTON HOUSE DAY CENTRE AGE CONCERN Funding was provided towards food and heating costs to provide a warm space for people using their services.
13/12/2022 £10,000 £82,263 HIS PLACE Funding was provided to enable them to continue to offer their services with the cost of living increase.
13/12/2022 £10,000 £625,605 HASTINGS ADVICE AND REPRESENTATION CENTRE (HARC) Funding was provided towards a full-time Benefits Triage Outreach and Helpline Advisor for a period of 6 months in relation to the cost of living challenges.
13/12/2022 £8,000 £336,285 WARMING UP THE HOMELESS Funding was provided towards the fuel costs for their vans, and utility costs at the distribution centre for a period of four months.
13/12/2022 £10,000 £181,179 MATTHEW 25 MISSION Funding was provided towards the costs of a key-worker/kitchen manager.
13/12/2022 £8,400 £14,663 SENSORY SOFT PLAY Funding was provided towards monthly utility bills.
13/12/2022 £8,763 £237,763 HAILSHAM FRONTIERS CHARITABLE TRUST LTD (KNOWN AS CHRISTCHURCH) Funding was provided to help them meet the increased costs to keep their building open.
13/12/2022 £10,000 £427,330 HASTINGS FURNITURE SERVICE Funding was provided towards the increase in staff, volunteer, fuel, and gas and electric costs.
13/12/2022 £9,985 £792,769 EDUCATION FUTURES TRUST Funding was provided to provide a warm space for the local community over the winter period.
13/12/2022 £10,000 £61,091 WAVES SEAFORD LTD Funding was provided to help them meet the increases in running costs and support the community with the cost-of-living crisis through additional mentoring/group talks and workshops.
13/12/2022 £3,000 £15,927 ISFIELD VILLAGE HALL CHARITY Funding was provided towards their increased running costs over winter.
13/12/2022 £9,000 £173,677 SUSSEX PATHWAYS Funding was provided to help them support more prisoners leaving prisons over the winter.
13/12/2022 £9,250 £41,504 COMPASS COMMUNITY ARTS Funding was provided to enable them to increase staffing hours to meet demand and to also improve data collection and analysis.
13/12/2022 £380 MANOR PARK AND HEMPSTEAD FIELDS RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION Funding was provided towards volunteer mileage costs for the Tuesday Warm Place initiative in Uckfield.
01/12/2022 £2,000 £825,105 FAMILY SUPPORT WORK Funding was provided to cover the practitioner and associated costs including travel costs and funding for a parent support group and lego therapy group for SEN children.
01/12/2022 £1,000 £261,530 HANDS OF HOPE Funding was provided towards salaries for a Chef and a Programme Co-ordinator.
01/12/2022 £500 £12,353 PLAYDEN W I Funding was provided towards maintenance of their hall and car park, and to build up reserves for core running costs.
01/12/2022 £2,000 £106,261 RYE AND DISTRICT COMMUNITY TRANSPORT Funding was provided to support the running of the 326 Rye Town bus service which is run independently of East Sussex County Council's financial support.
01/12/2022 £324 RYE MUSEUM ASSOCIATION Funding was provided to purchase two small lockable pedestals, each with three drawers and castors to make them mobile.
01/12/2022 £800 RYE SOCIETY OF ARTISTS Funding was provided towards refurbishment of the Chapel Room at Rye Community Centre.
01/12/2022 £1,500 RYE CRICKET CLUB Funding was provided to support their Junior Coaching Programme.
11/11/2022 £9,968 £171,189 HOME-START CHAMS Funding was provided towards core costs.
11/11/2022 £10,000 £390,595 VOICES IN EXILE Funding was provided towards running costs.
11/11/2022 £5,000 £201,002 SUSSEX ASSOCIATION FOR SPINA BIFIDA & HYDROCEPHALUS Funding was provided towards their adviser service.
11/11/2022 £9,917 £1,096,602 THE FROGLIFE TRUST Funding was provided towards a public engagement programme running alongside a Discovering Dewponds project.
11/11/2022 £10,000 £14,547 LIVING VITAL Funding was provided towards a 'sowing to serving' series of sessions taking participants through the full cycle from growing to cooking and eating food together.
11/11/2022 £10,000 £232,292 BRIGHTON UNEMPLOYED CENTRE FAMILIES PROJECT Funding was provided towards running costs.
11/11/2022 £10,000 £127,154 XTRAX (YOUNG PEOPLE'S CENTRE) Funding was provided towards core costs.
11/11/2022 £9,992 £307,087 EDUCATION TRAINING CONSORTIUM SUSSEX Funding was provided towards a foodbank, with additional support for asylum seekers and refugees.
11/11/2022 £7,000 £224,070 COUNSELLING PLUS COMMUNITY Funding was provided towards counselling costs and overheads.
11/11/2022 £7,000 £60,030 PREGNANCY OPTIONS CENTRE Funding was provided towards project costs of their Options programme.
11/11/2022 £3,500 £922,000 PROJECT ART WORKS Funding was provide towards their Art Breaks workshops for children and young people with complex needs.
11/11/2022 £5,985 £118,134 SHOREHAM BAPTIST CHURCH (DEBT COUNSELLING CENTRE) Funding was provided towards the costs of running the service.
11/11/2022 £7,000 £563,444 HORSHAM MATTERS Funding was provided towards rent costs.
11/11/2022 £5,600 £186,042 SELSEY EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Funding was provided towards staff costs.
11/11/2022 £3,000 £903,655 READ FOR GOOD Funding was provided towards core costs, staffing and supplies and in particular for their work at the Royal Alexandra Children's Hospital in Brighton.
11/11/2022 £9,976 £687,788 RUSSELL MARTIN FOUNDATION Funding was provided towards their family mentoring programme.
11/11/2022 £5,000 COMMON CAUSE CO-OPERATIVE Funding was provided for their therapeutic gardening project sessions at Lewes House Garden.
11/11/2022 £5,000 NEWHAVEN YOUNG PEOPLE'S FORUM Funding was provided towards a youth provision to support transition from primary to secondary.
11/11/2022 £5,000 £291,410 BRIGHTON MARINA STUDIOS FOUNDATION Funding was provided towards the expansion of their YES project.
11/11/2022 £5,000 £1,511,085 HOME FOR GOOD Funding was provided towards the cost of a part-time co-ordinator in West Sussex and contribution to core costs. .
11/11/2022 £5,000 OFF THE FENCE TRUST Funding was provided towards their Antifreeze project.
11/11/2022 £4,995 £14,316 FRESH START PORTSLADE Funding was provided towards staff costs of a new community development worker.
11/11/2022 £4,600 £16,382 BURGESS HILL SHED Funding was provided towards weaving and computer equipment.
11/11/2022 £10,000 £33,973 CYCALL Funding was provided towards staff costs.
11/11/2022 £10,000 £1,301,364 VILLIERS PARK EDUCATIONAL TRUST Funding was provided towards a Future Leaders Programme in Hastings.
11/11/2022 £10,000 £122,221 HENFIELD HAVEN CIO Funding was provided solar panels and an electric charging point.
11/11/2022 £9,980 £949,224 CARE FOR THE CARERS Funding was provided towards the expansion of their young carers service.
11/11/2022 £10,000 CONVERSATION OVER BORDERS Funding was provided towards their English and befriending project.
11/11/2022 £5,000 CRAWLEY RUGBY CLUB Funding was provided to purchase wheelchairs for their "Crawley Jets" team.
11/11/2022 £4,609 RYE COMMUNITY GARDEN Funding was provided for new chicken wire for their food growing area.
11/11/2022 £9,292 £30,918 BRIGHTON PEBBLES Funding was provided for their family drop-in sessions.
11/11/2022 £10,000 £540,655 KANGAROOS Funding was provided towards the running costs of their Breakaway club.
11/11/2022 £3,460 READ EASY CHICHESTER & ARUN Funding was provided towards the training of reading coaches.
11/11/2022 £4,000 £349,634 SUPERSTAR ARTS CIO Funding was provided towards a second hand minibus.
11/11/2022 £4,500 BLACK ANTI-RACISM COMMUNITY ORGANISATION C.I.C. Funding was provided towards their event programme.
11/11/2022 £6,500 £26,924 SAGE COUNSELLING Funding was provided towards Supervision costs and Treasury fees.
11/11/2022 £5,000 £136,199 RYE FOOD BANK Funding was provided for food and slow cookers.
11/11/2022 £5,000 £11,828 ADUR EAST LIONS CLUB CIO Funding was provided for direct fuel payments to people accessing their food banks.
11/11/2022 £4,070 CHRISTIAN ARABIC CLUB Funding was provided for food, activity, travel and core costs.
11/11/2022 £9,799 £351,595 LEWES DISTRICT CITIZENS ADVICE Funding was provided towards staff costs and volunteer development.
11/11/2022 £9,820 CRAWLEY LGBT Funding was provided for their Volunteer Coordinator's salary, IT, admin, website and social media costs.
11/11/2022 £5,000 THE GOOD COMPANY PEOPLE Funding was provided running costs.
11/11/2022 £4,530 £27,235 ROTARY CLUB OF CHICHESTER PRIORY Funding was provided for the refurbishment of household items for families in need.
11/11/2022 £6,750 VOLUNTEERS NETWORK CIC Funding was provided towards their Grow Eastbourne project launched in October 2021.
11/11/2022 £10,000 £688,228 ROCKINGHORSE Funding was provided towards staff costs and Asthma Inhaler monitors.
11/11/2022 £7,000 £43,784 FORWARD FACING Funding was provided towards play therapy for children.
11/11/2022 £10,000 £146,947 HOME-START CHICHESTER AND DISTRICT Funding was provided towards core costs.
11/11/2022 £10,000 STEYNING UKRAINIAN REFUGE Funding was provided towards the cost of an English teacher.
11/11/2022 £3,270 STEYNING FOR TREES Funding was provided towards planting costs.
11/11/2022 £5,000 £270,023 VINCENT DANCE THEATRE Funding was provided towards their Art of Recovery programme.
11/11/2022 £4,950 £62,674 SANDCASTLE TRUST Funding was provided towards their family respite service.
11/11/2022 £5,000 £18,050 BAXTERS FIELD COMPANY Funding was provided towards maintenance and development work costs.
11/11/2022 £3,000 £890 BOATHOUSE THEATRE ARTS Funding was provided towards their programme for adults.
11/11/2022 £6,270 GROVE GARDEN CHARITABLE TRUST Funding was provided for staffing, garden furniture and a solar generator.
11/11/2022 £11,000 £68,506 ROTHER VALLEY TOGETHER Funding was provided for core costs.
11/11/2022 £5,704 £352,194 ST MATTHIAS BRIGHTON Funding was provided towards the Hollingdean Foodbank and community cafe, which is in their parish.
11/11/2022 £6,090 FIGMENT ARTS CIC Funding was provided towards a project working with artists with a learning disability.
11/11/2022 £10,000 £139,591 CHICHESTER INFORMATION SHOP FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Funding was provided towards staff costs.
11/11/2022 £5,000 £798,255 TOGETHER CO Funding was provided towards their Kickstart Connections Project, supporting people to access community activities.
11/11/2022 £4,500 £36,253 SEAFORTH HALL Funding was provided towards refurbishment of their kitchen facilities.
11/11/2022 £5,000 BLUEPRINT YOUTH UK Funding was provided for coaching sessions for neurodiverse young people.
11/11/2022 £10,000 £136,339 SPEAR BRIGHTON TRUST Funding was provided for a contribution towards core running costs,
11/11/2022 £10,000 THE FRIENDS OF NEWHAVEN FOODBANK Funding was provided towards running costs of Seahaven Community Food.
11/11/2022 £5,000 MYCAREMATTERS 2020 CIC Funding was provided towards their current project which supports people to plan for later life, including creation of an advance care plan.
11/11/2022 £10,000 HAYWARDS HEATH FOODBANK Funding was provided towards staff costs.
11/11/2022 £5,000 £6,229 THE WILMINGTON, FOLKINGTON & MILTON STREET VILLAGE CLUB Funding was provided to support the installation of a new vertical platform lift.
11/11/2022 £10,000 £15,965 MID SUSSEX RIDING FOR THE DISABLED Funding was provided to pay for facilities hire.
11/11/2022 £5,000 £1,656 AUTISM SUPPORT CRAWLEY Funding iwas provided for admin staff, event, travel and marketing costs.
11/11/2022 £5,000 PLAY ON Funding was provided towards their production of Romeo and Juliet in Newhaven.
11/11/2022 £5,000 CRAVEN VALE COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION Funding was provided towards their foodbank.
11/11/2022 £5,000 PARKFIELD EQUINE SOLUTIONS Funding was provided towards the cost of running their programme.
11/11/2022 £10,000 VERY LOCAL FOOD HUBS Funding was provided towards their fresh food box provision.
11/11/2022 £5,000 EQUINE PARTNERS CIC Funding was provided towards running costs.
11/11/2022 £9,919 THE GARDEN ARMY C.I.C. Funding was provided towards the erection of new polytunnels and equipment.
11/11/2022 £5,000 £51,268 SWANFIELD CHAPEL Funding was provided to help with heating costs.
11/11/2022 £3,684 BRIGHT START Funding was provided towards staffing, venue and equipment costs.
11/11/2022 £10,000 £95,249 RELEASE COUNSELLING AND THERAPY FOR WOMEN Funding was provided towards workshops for mums.
11/11/2022 £9,980 ATEAB FUNDS (PREVIOUSLY A TOWN EXPLORES A BOOK COMMUNITY GROUP) Funding was provided towards the festival in 2023.
11/11/2022 £5,033 EAST SIDE PRINT CIC Funding was provided to develop their project to provide affordable practical access to visual arts through a sustained, regular programme of free creative classes and workshops for adults and families within East Brighton.
11/11/2022 £9,952 £840,449 SAFE IN SUSSEX Funding was provided to cover a year's salary for a Children and Young People's Group Facilitator.
11/11/2022 £9,986 LLJF LTD Funding was provided for core costs.
11/11/2022 £7,000 WHISTLESTOP ARTS, DRILL HALL STUDIOS Funding was provided towards their Coast and Countryside project.
11/11/2022 £4,000 NEWHAVEN GREEN CENTRE CIC Funding was provided towards the cost of developing their service, including employing a volunteer co-ordinator.
11/11/2022 £5,000 £16,744 WELL BALANCED KIDS Funding was provided towards the costs of running their subsidised yoga/mindfulness sessions.
11/11/2022 £7,844 £18,807 RENEGADES YOUTH CLUB Funding was provided to cover core costs for 1 year, to maintain existing high-quality provision, meet the increasing needs of YP, and purchase new sports equipment (including archery bows and paddleboards).
11/11/2022 £6,000 RADTASTIC THEATRE Funding was provided towards a series of science workshops in Eastbourne.
11/11/2022 £10,000 COLDEAN COMMUNITY ORGANISATION Funding was provided for staffing, volunteer training and marketing costs.
11/11/2022 £9,225 £42,595 GOOD NEWS BRIGHTON Funding was provided to enable them to continue to serve the local community.
11/11/2022 £7,000 £353,289 GROUP B STREP SUPPORT Funding was provided for the costs of a new Helpline and Information Officer and the infrastructure costs of our Helpline, which provides vital support and information to vulnerable families
11/11/2022 £5,000 TERRY'S PLACE Funding was provided towards activity and marketing costs.
11/11/2022 £9,999 MID SUSSEX FOOD PARTNERSHIP Funding was provided for core costs to set up as an independent organisation from MSVA.
11/11/2022 £10,000 GOLDEN LION CHILDRENS TRUST Funding was provided towards the costs of gifts and storage for their Christmas 2022 Special Deliveries Project.
11/11/2022 £10,000 £1,938 MID-SUSSEX OLDER PEOPLE'S COUNCIL Funding was provided to enable MSOPC to hold free community events.
11/11/2022 £5,000 BAGS OF TASTE Funding was provided for mentored home cooking classes in Hastings.
11/11/2022 £10,000 £51,802 PELICAN PARCELS Funding was provided towards core funding to cover rent for the larger office, support two new roles and cover increased energy bills.
11/11/2022 £10,000 BROADWATER SUPPORT GROUP CIC Funding was provided to enable them to expand their services and offer a community pantry and community fridge, book exchange as well as a place to meet, share resources and offer support.
11/11/2022 £10,000 EAST BRIGHTON FOOD CO-OPERATIVE Funding was provided for ongoing running costs, activities, and classes at their new classroom and kitchen in Whitehawk.
11/11/2022 £5,000 THE UNITY CENTRE, YOGA WELLBEING AND THE ARTS Funding was provided for staff training and development.
11/11/2022 £10,000 £4,744 BURGESS HILL PANTRY (BURGESS HILL COMMUNITY CUPBOARD CIO) Funding was provided towards food supplies.
11/11/2022 £9,750 £14,663 SENSORY SOFT PLAY Funding was provided to cover running costs, specifically rent and utilities, for their Saturday and weekday sessions for one quarter: Dec 22-March 23.
11/11/2022 £10,000 £2,422,505 SUSSEX BEACON Funding was provided towards staff and electricity costs.
11/11/2022 £4,500 BG SOCIETY BRIGHTON Funding was provided towards Bulgarian folk dance classes.
11/11/2022 £9,942 £1,217,916 COMMUNITY TRANSPORT SUSSEX CIO Funding was provided for the salary of a Volunteer Coordinator, training and expenses for a new Travel Buddy Scheme devloped in partnership with CHAMPS PCN.
11/11/2022 £10,000 £336,285 WARMING UP THE HOMELESS Funding was provided towards food costs.
11/11/2022 £4,565 WELLSBOURNE HEALTHCARE CIC Funding was provided for a community development project in Whitehawk with theatre company Hydrocracker.
11/11/2022 £10,000 MASCOT Funding was provided for core costs and some areas of direct delivery, particularly talks, activities, and social groups.
11/11/2022 £10,000 £631,026 SUSSEX CLUBS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Funding was provided for operational capacity to facilitate the planning/application process to develop youth services in Uckfield, Crowborough, Chailey, Newick, Horam, Heathfield, Maresfield, Icklesham, Fairlight, Newhaven, and Lewes, through which to access the Youth Investment Fund.
11/11/2022 £5,000 ARTICLE12ARTS Funding was provided to create 2 arts projects with accompanying workshops for refugee and marginalised young artists to enable them to express themselves and share their stories.
11/11/2022 £5,000 £110,083 TREES COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION Funding was provided to fund the club for another year and support activities and refreshments.
11/11/2022 £10,000 £1,057,761 HASTINGS COMMUNITY TRUST Funding was provided for food purchase and staff costs.
11/11/2022 £9,983 £395,651 BREADWINNERS Funding was provided to expand their pilot programme.
11/11/2022 £2,100 £16,512 CROSSOVER BRIGHTON Funding was provided towards operating costs for 3 months.
11/11/2022 £1,750 LEWES PRIORY CRICKET CLUB Funding was provided towards professional coaching costs for disadvantaged children.
11/11/2022 £1,046 SUSSEX VIKINGS BASKETBALL CLUB Funding was provided towards their running costs.
11/11/2022 £2,000 £441,170 THE LIVING PAINTINGS TRUST Funding was provided to offer free loans to West Sussex residents.
11/11/2022 £1,000 £1,889 CRAWLEY AUDIO NEWS Funding was provided towards rent and supply costs e.g. USB sticks.
11/11/2022 £1,500 £215,683 REMAP - BRIGHTON AND DISTRICT Funding was provided towards their core running costs.
11/11/2022 £1,778 GIVE STREET PROJECT CIC Funding was provided for their drop-off food collection and core costs.
11/11/2022 £1,743 SIKHS OF SUSSEX Funding was provided towards a programme of events.
11/11/2022 £1,500 FROW FRIENDS Funding was provided towards goodie bags for isolated members of the community.
11/11/2022 £2,200 SHOREHAM FOOTBALL CLUB Funding was provided towards an accessible toilet.
11/11/2022 £600 PEOPLE COME FIRST Funding was provided towards running costs.
11/11/2022 £1,887 FUNDING PEOPLE CIC Funding was provided towards their work with 5 Crawley organisations.
11/11/2022 £2,396 APRON CREATIVE Funding was provided for a sensory garden.
11/11/2022 £1,895 £5,475 FINDON VALLEY RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION Funding was provided for a Christmas lunch and gifts for the community.
11/11/2022 £1,000 18 HOURS LTD Funding was provided to enable them to extend their community outreach for their light festival, Bexhill After Dark 2023.
27/10/2022 £500 ST.ANDREW'S FELLOWSHIP Funding was provided towards running costs.
27/10/2022 £500 £95,249 RELEASE COUNSELLING AND THERAPY FOR WOMEN Funding was provided towards a10 week Mummyshock course in Whitehawk.
27/10/2022 £500 PEOPLE INTO PERMACULTURE Funding was provided to create photobooks for ongoing community use.
27/10/2022 £500 ST GEORGES HALL Funding was provided towards new table sand equipment.
27/10/2022 £500 VERY LOCAL FOOD HUBS Funding was provided to bridge the gap in funding and cover 20 hours of service coordination and £260 worth of fresh food supplies.
27/10/2022 £500 OLDSKOOL ARTS Funding was provided to provide a series of free workshops for over fifties at The Edge Community Centre.
26/10/2022 £5,000 £825,105 FAMILY SUPPORT WORK Funding was provided towards the continuation of their family support project in Rye, which was launched in 2021, to support 15-20 families over one year in deprived areas of Rye.
26/10/2022 £5,000 £136,199 RYE FOOD BANK Funding was provided towards maintenance of their food stores to meet the demands of around 100 adults and children per week.
26/10/2022 £1,250 IDEN BOWLS CLUB Funding was provided to construct a shaded area in front of the club house to protect their players and those of visiting clubs from the sun and heat.
26/10/2022 £636 RYE COMMUNITY GARDEN Funding was provided to upgrade their water catchment system and water distribution system to be more resilient in times of projected future droughts and double existing water capacity, as well as permitting members who are less physically fit to help with watering.
25/10/2022 £500 CIRCUS STARR - STARR IN THE COMMUNITY CIC Funding was provided to enable 30 children and their families in the East Brighton area to attend a local show.
25/10/2022 £500 FLAMENCO & SPANISH GROUP Funding was provided towards an 8-week course in the Spring.
25/10/2022 £500 METAMORPHOSIS Funding was provided towards running costs.
25/10/2022 £700 CRAVEN VALE COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION Funding was provided towards their foodbank and gentle gym projects.
25/10/2022 £500 BEVENDEAN FOODBANK, COFFEE MORNING & ADVICE CENTRE Funding was provided towards running costs.
25/10/2022 £500 FERNEE FOREST CLUB Funding was provided to continue running the weekly 'Wild Wednesdays' and monthly 'Fire & Feast' events.
25/10/2022 £500 BRIDGE THE GAP Funding was provided to restart activities.
25/10/2022 £500 MULTICULTURAL COFFEE MORNING Funding was provided to cover the cost of sewing machines and materials, food for cooking sessions and physical activities.
25/10/2022 £500 ARTHOOD Funding was provided to enable them to continue their project and deliver a design session / consultancy and a spray paint skills workshop.
20/10/2022 £40,000 £1,831,276 TOWNER ART GALLERY Funding was provided to develop their existing Arts in Mind (AiM) project for adults and towards a new project for young adults (15-18 yrs) with the YMCA.
19/10/2022 £30,000 £825,105 FAMILY SUPPORT WORK Funding was provided to increase the impact and reach of their Eastbourne project, covering the costs of the volunteer co-ordinator, family support practitioner (FSP) as well as volunteer training costs.
19/10/2022 £60,000 £635,143 EASTBOURNE FOOD BANK Funding was provided towards the salary of the Warehouse and Distribution Manager, which is a key role in the organisation.
19/10/2022 £50,000 £55,666 HOLDING SPACE Funding was provided for the salary of a part-time CEO.
13/09/2022 £535 BRIGHTON & HOVE CITY COUNCIL Funding was provided towards an online security workshop for the public at the flagship branch Jubilee Library.
25/08/2022 £500 THE UNITY CENTRE, YOGA WELLBEING AND THE ARTS Funding was provided to enable them to run a new well-being programme to support people aged 65+ who are experiencing anxiety, depression, chronic fatigue and isolation due to their mental health, physical mobility and health conditions.
22/07/2022 £500 BEVENDEAN COMMUNITY PUB Funding was provided towards 5 workshops on repairing school uniform.
21/07/2022 £4,500 SEDS SUSSEX EHLERS-DANLOS SYNDROMES AND HYPERMOBILITY SUPPORT GROUP Funding was provided towards their online therapy activity groups.
21/07/2022 £5,000 £168,800 HEENE COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION Funding was provided towards towards a new equipment for the cafe kitchen.
21/07/2022 £5,000 £475,628 VOLUNTARY ACTION ARUN & CHICHESTER Funding was provided towards the staff costs of their volunteer advisor.
21/07/2022 £5,000 £9,034 DEANS SENIOR TEA CLUB Funding was provided towards running costs.
21/07/2022 £3,000 £559,798 DENTAID Funding was provided to run 12 free clinics for 8 – 10 people per clinic in Worthing.
21/07/2022 £3,416 £5,774 CROWHURST YOUTH CLUB Funding was provided to help them restart after school and holiday club sessions following closure due to COVID.
21/07/2022 £3,375 £1,320,021 EMMAUS BRIGHTON & HOVE Funding was provided towards electricity costs.
21/07/2022 £6,800 YAPTON SHORT MAT BOWLS CLUB Funding was provided to purchase an electric mat rewinder.
21/07/2022 £10,000 £47,583 TIME 4 CHILDREN Funding was provided towards the running costs of Time 4 Children.
21/07/2022 £9,250 £73,209 AS YOU ARE CENTRE Funding was provided towards staff training to help improve their service and enhanced assessments.
21/07/2022 £7,500 £566,278 NOW! CHARITY GROUP LTD Funding was provided to assist in moving to a larger premises to meet an increase in demand.
21/07/2022 £5,000 TUBBS COMPUTER SUPPLIES Funding was provided towards general running costs.
21/07/2022 £5,000 £446,236 FACE FRONT INCLUSIVE THEATRE Funding was provide towards their 'My Move' performance production costs.
21/07/2022 £6,987 £59,527 PATHWAYS TO HEALTH Funding was provided towards their weekly drop in clinic.
21/07/2022 £5,700 £22,592 LANCING AND SOMPTING CHURCHES FOODBANK Funding was provided towards staff costs and the fuel foundation.
21/07/2022 £5,750 £186,042 SELSEY MONEY SUPPORT Funding was provided towards core running costs.
21/07/2022 £5,000 £186,042 SELSEY BEFRIENDING ACTIVITIES - SELSEY COMMUNITY FORUM Funding was provided to support two new initiatives including a Rookery Games Club and enhanced day service on a Thursday.
21/07/2022 £6,800 ARDINGLY VILLAGE CLUB Funding was provided towards their foodbank and food parcel delivery service which has been running since the pandemic.
21/07/2022 £5,000 £131,800 BLACK MINORITY & ETHNIC COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP OF BRIGHTON & HOVE Funding was provided towards the costs of running their foodbank which was established during the pandemic.
21/07/2022 £3,700 HASTINGS LITFEST LTD Funding was provide towards their 'Access to Books' project.
21/07/2022 £3,000 £22,070 BLUE VAN VETERANS DROP-IN Funding was provided towards equipment, furniture and running costs.
21/07/2022 £9,998 CRIMSHAM FARM CIC Funding was provided towards core costs.
21/07/2022 £10,000 £50,855 FOOD AND FRIENDSHIP Funding was provided towards their core running costs.
21/07/2022 £9,480 £1,054,512 MOMENTUM CHILDREN'S CHARITY Funding was provided towards respite holidays.
21/07/2022 £5,000 £378,843 YOU RAISE ME UP (YRMU) Funding was provided towards the cost of counselling sessions.
21/07/2022 £6,000 TRANSITION CHICHESTER Funding was provided towards the costs of Grow Chichester, which maintains two community gardens and orchards in the city.
21/07/2022 £5,000 £351,565 BOGNOR REGIS BAPTIST CHURCH Funding was provided towards staff and running costs for the Haven, a wellbeing project that they run.
21/07/2022 £5,000 £225,932 BRIGHTON THERAPY CENTRE Funding was provided to increase their provision for vulnerable people in need.
21/07/2022 £5,000 £304,419 LEVEL WATER Funding was provided towards staffing, training, marketing and general admin costs.
21/07/2022 £10,000 £33,924 SALAAM FOOTBALL CLUB Funding was provided towards training sessions, membership, teambuilding and kit fees.
21/07/2022 £12,000 £32,794 JUNO PROJECT Funding was provided towards core running costs to enable them to increase capacity to meet demand.
21/07/2022 £5,000 THE LAUNCHPAD COLLECTIVE Funding was provided towards the staff costs of their outreach worker and translation services.
21/07/2022 £5,000 £498,726 CRAWLEY COMMUNITY ACTION Funding was provided towards staff costs and overheads.
21/07/2022 £6,000 £48,743 SOUTHWATER YOUTH PROJECT Funding was provided towards core costs.
21/07/2022 £3,300 £21,943 CRAFTIMATION FACTORY Funding was provided towards a creative school project called 'Moving' which explores where children have come from and moved to.
21/07/2022 £10,000 £274,746 PARENTS AND CARERS SUPPORT ORGANISATION (PACSO) Funding was provided towards the costs of running their holiday playschemes.
21/07/2022 £10,000 £945,518 TEAM DOMENICA Funding was provided towards staff costs of a cafe training assistant.
21/07/2022 £5,000 £32,430 MANZI FOUNDATION Funding was provided towards digital skills training.
21/07/2022 £8,993 £792,769 EDUCATION FUTURES TRUST Funding was provided towards a series of courses aimed at vulnerable adults.
21/07/2022 £5,000 £207,600 RESOURCE CENTRE Funding was provided towards the costs of providing 1-1 support to community groups.
21/07/2022 £5,000 TOT ROCKIN BEATS CIC Funding was provided towards organisational development to enable them to expand and meet increased need.
21/07/2022 £10,000 CRAWLEY CAP CENTRE Funding was provided towards staff costs to enable them to cope with increased demand.
21/07/2022 £8,959 £97,693 OLIVE TREE CANCER SUPPORT CENTRE Funding was provided towards opening a new centre in Horsham.
21/07/2022 £9,405 DEVELOP OUTDOORS Funding was provided towards core costs including staff, training, equipment and marketing.
21/07/2022 £8,514 £285,648 EAST SUSSEX RECOVERY ALLIANCE (ESRA) Funding was provided towards their wellbeing workshops.
21/07/2022 £2,750 £36,216 COMMUNITY ADVICE, SUPPORT, EDUCATION (CASE) Funding was provided towards the cost of summer events for low income families.
21/07/2022 £5,000 £191,793 THE PCC OF SOUTHBOURNE & WEST THORNEY (ST JOHN'S SOUTHBOURNE) Funding was provided towards the replacement of the 25 year old lift in the Centre to improve accessibility.
21/07/2022 £5,000 £261,530 HANDS OF HOPE Funding was provided for seed growing packs for the East Sussex community.
21/07/2022 £5,000 £79,193 WAVES MUSIC THERAPY Funding was provided towards rent and staff costs for their group sessions.
21/07/2022 £5,000 GREENHAVENS NETWORK Funding was provided to develop 5 hubs between Peacehaven and Seaford with community gardens.
21/07/2022 £5,000 LATEST GROUP CIC Funding was provided towards the costs of a project supporting unemployed people to learn TV production and streaming skills.
21/07/2022 £9,433 RUSTINGTON PLATINUM SOCIAL CLUB Funding was provided towards venue hire and core costs.
21/07/2022 £5,500 £36,503 RINGMER VILLAGE HALL MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE Funding was provided to help improve the accessibility of the hall, which dates back to 1890.
21/07/2022 £7,170 OUR NEIGHBOURHOOD CIC Funding was provided for cookery lessons at a women's refuge.
21/07/2022 £5,000 £41,537 ARISE COUNSELLING SERVICE Funding was provided to help subsidise the cost of sessions for those people that can't afford them.
21/07/2022 £10,000 £55,666 HOLDING SPACE Funding was provided towards the staff costs of their CEO.
21/07/2022 £10,000 £71,222 FREE SHOP CRAWLEY Funding was provided towards core costs.
21/07/2022 £5,000 £63,408 NUTLEY PRE-SCHOOL PLAYGROUP Funding was provided for a summer house in the garden for outside learning.
21/07/2022 £3,000 £96,568 WINDMILLS OPPORTUNITY PLAYGROUP Funding was provided for a small shortfall in core costs, which are specific to their diagnosed special needs children.
21/07/2022 £3,000 £32,280 JUST FRIENDS Funding was provided towards staff costs.
21/07/2022 £5,000 £60,023 DIFFERENT PLANET ARTS Funding was provided towards their annual programme of events.
21/07/2022 £5,000 £157,705 TUPPENNY BARN EDUCATION LTD Funding was provided towards staff and running costs of their programme.
21/07/2022 £8,000 £348 EAST SUSSEX CREDIT UNION Funding was provided to run three Wave Community Bank help points (Lewes, Newhaven and Eastbourne).
21/07/2022 £10,000 £1,090,367 FEEDBACK Funding was provided towards an allotment project and food waste scheme.
21/07/2022 £5,000 SEAHAVEN FORCE COMMUNITY CLUB Funding was provided towards running costs and equipment.
21/07/2022 £10,000 £72,674 YADA Funding was provided towards staff costs.
21/07/2022 £5,750 £44,033 ADUR SPECIAL NEEDS PROJECT Funding was provided towards staff and training costs.
21/07/2022 £9,704 £77,342 GROW PROJECT Funding was provided towards running costs for six Reconnect courses.
21/07/2022 £5,000 £75,061 GLADRAGS COMMUNITY COSTUME RESOURCE Funding was provided to support and develop their volunteering opportunities and rehoming scheme.
21/07/2022 £5,000 £635,120 LIFE CENTRE Funding was provided to respond to the growth in demand for their services by investing in a range of safety and data protection training and fundraising support.
21/07/2022 £5,000 £1,421,460 SURVIVORS NETWORK LTD Funding was provided towards staffing their frontline Welcome Team.
21/07/2022 £4,150 WEST SUSSEX MEDIATION SERVICE Funding was provided towards organisational development costs to help improve their reach and funding streams.
21/07/2022 £5,000 £150,940 REACHING FAMILIES Funding was provided towards their running costs for a year.
21/07/2022 £4,300 HORSHAM REFUGEE SUPPORT GROUP Funding was provided for ten second hand bikes and five laptops.
21/07/2022 £10,000 £3,454,954 RED BALLOON EDUCATIONAL TRUST Funding was provided to cover 5 months of salary for the head teacher of the Red Balloon Worthing Centre.
21/07/2022 £4,000 WHEELCHAIR BASKETBALL SUSSEX BEARS Funding was provided towards running costs.
21/07/2022 £10,000 BEVENDEAN COMMUNITY PUB Funding was provided towards their Meals on Wheels service.
21/07/2022 £10,000 £72,793 BRIGHTON PIP LTD Funding was provided towards core running costs and capacity building.
21/07/2022 £5,000 DIVERSITY RESOURCE INTERNATIONAL Funding was provided towards staff costs.
21/07/2022 £5,000 £705,136 SEAVIEW PROJECT Funding was provided towards their digital inclusion project.
21/07/2022 £4,755 GRANDADS FRONT ROOM CIC Funding was provided for core costs of their 'Front Room' drop-in space.
21/07/2022 £10,000 LEWES CLIMATE HUB Funding was provided towards rent, staff costs and bills.
21/07/2022 £3,375 HAPPY MOUNTAIN Funding was provided towards a community garden, tree planting and a mural.
21/07/2022 £5,000 £19,000 HOPE CHARITY PROJECT Funding was provided towards 400 free one-to-one counselling sessions.
21/07/2022 £9,994 £1,110,482 AMAZE Funding was provided towards a programme of health and wellbeing peer support groups and activities for young people with SEND aged 14-25 living in B&H.
21/07/2022 £10,000 £40,352 MUMA NURTURE Funding was provided towards a community wellbeing area.
21/07/2022 £5,000 ARTS ON PRESCRIPTION CIC Funding was provided towards a part time volunteer coordinator.
21/07/2022 £2,500 £103,714 THE KEYS PROJECT Funding was provided towards running costs and overheads.
21/07/2022 £7,000 HASTINGS EMERGENCY ACTION RESILIENCE TEAM Funding was provided towards Hastings Befriending Network including 'Chatty Cafes' and 'Chatty Benches' and core costs.
21/07/2022 £7,000 £1,173,230 BUGLIFE - THE INVERTEBRATE CONSERVATION TRUST Funding was provided for project costs associated with improving Sussex landscapes for wild pollinators.
21/07/2022 £3,000 ON YOUR WAY (JOB CLUB AND DIGITAL INCLUSION) Funding was provided towards their running costs.
21/07/2022 £8,500 £243,755 CHILDREN'S RESPITE TRUST Funding was provided towards core costs, including rent and utilities.
21/07/2022 £9,620 £1,171,160 CRAWLEY OPEN HOUSE Funding was provided for food for their hostel kitchen and towards emergency food parcels for six months.
21/07/2022 £5,438 £159,450 MAKING IT OUT CIO Funding was provided towards marketing and fundraising for a public art sculpture.
21/07/2022 £5,965 £11,236 THE 39 CLUB Funding was provided towards the costs of running their Duke of Edinburgh scheme and for first aid training and activities.
21/07/2022 £2,500 UMBRELLA SUSSEX Funding was provided towards new venue core costs and the role of a development coordinator.
21/07/2022 £9,700 £640,719 CLOCK TOWER SANCTUARY Funding was provided towards the salary of their Volunteer Coordinator and volunteer expenses.
21/07/2022 £2,900 £3,393 BARCOMBE EXPLORERS (PART OF BARCOMBE DISTRICT SCOUTS) Funding was provided towards the costs of running their activities.
21/07/2022 £10,000 £310,892 TARNER COMMUNITY PROJECT Funding was provided towards two youth-led community arts festivals in Tarner Park.
21/07/2022 £10,000 £96,154 ST LUKE'S ADVICE SERVICE Funding was provided towards core costs, including their VOIP phone system, website costs and salary costs for the delivery of the initial advice and triage their clients receive.
21/07/2022 £4,000 GREEN CENTRE CIC Funding was provided to develop their ZERO WASTE strategy.
21/07/2022 £5,000 SUDANESE WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN GROUP Funding was provided towards their programme of activities for women, children and young people in the Sudanese community.
21/07/2022 £5,000 £20,488 EASTBOURNE CHURCHES VISITING LTD Funding was provided towards staff and running costs.
21/07/2022 £3,375 £17,527 KNIGHT SUPPORT CIO Funding was provided towards rent and utilities for a central Brighton hub to allow them to store more donations and make more deliveries.
21/07/2022 £3,826 BELLTREE MUSIC THERAPY CIC Funding was provided towards the costs of 4 core team members.
21/07/2022 £5,000 £596,516 PAROCHIAL CHURCH COUNCIL OF THE ECCLESIASTICAL PARISH OF HOLY TRINITY HASTINGS Funding was provided towards their Safehaven sessions and volunteer management.
21/07/2022 £1,800 HELPING HANDS ROBERTSBRIDGE Funding was provided towards a range of community activities including supplementing food bank parcels with fresh produce, digital inclusion training, oral histories project and Incredible Edibles community gardening.
21/07/2022 £1,500 £153,406 BRIGHTON AND HOVE AMATEUR BOXING CLUB Funding was provided towards a project aimed at women and girls.
21/07/2022 £960 SOMPTING COMMUNITY CHURCH Funding was provided towards room hire for the cafe.
21/07/2022 £950 £9,066 SUSSEX ME SOCIETY Funding was provided towards research and development through a survey and report on the NHS and private services for those affected by ME/CFS.
21/07/2022 £500 PARKLANDS THURSDAY CLUB Funding was provided to help with running costs.
21/07/2022 £1,200 BOGNOR WOODWORK AND CRAFT CLUB Funding was provided towards start up costs.
21/07/2022 £500 LAVANT FRIENDLY CLUB Funding was provided towards activities and a trip to the Isle of Wight.
21/07/2022 £2,000 £1,309,356 LITTLE GATE FARM Funding was provided towards staffing their Jobs Forum job coaches.
14/07/2022 £500 CLOWDER Funding was provided to enable them to offer their free tutoring within the East Brighton area.
14/07/2022 £500 THE WOOLLY UMBRELLA Funding was provided to enable them to participate in outside events in East Brighton.
13/07/2022 £500 £168,339 BRIGHTON PERMACULTURE Funding was provided towards the purchase and planting of 1000 native, locally grown wildflower plug plants and running a minimum of 4 bulb planting sessions at orchard sites in Moulsecoomb and Bevendean.
13/07/2022 £500 £51,802 PELICAN PARCELS Funding was provided towards the work Pelican Parcels do in East Brighton
13/07/2022 £500 WHITEHAWK OVER 50S Funding was provided to cover the costs of food, minibus hire, publicity and art and craft materials.
08/07/2022 £500 BRIGHTON & HOVE FOOD PARTNERSHIP Funding was provided towards the cost of a new storage shed.
07/07/2022 £500 PARK LIFE BRIGHTON Funding was provided towards Whitehawk Skatepark Project.
07/07/2022 £500 SAUNDERS PARK PEOPLE Funding was provided to enable SPP to engage people and partners to run a free community led programme of activities throughout the summer of 2022.
05/07/2022 £500 WHITEHAWK AMATEUR BOXING CLUB Grant to Whitehawk Amateur Boxing Club
01/07/2022 £500 £605,896 CITY GATE COMMUNITY PROJECTS (FARESHARE PROJECT) Funding was provided to enable them to offer 2632 meals for vulnerable people in food poverty during this post pandemic cost of living crisis.
01/07/2022 £2,000 £207,600 RESOURCE CENTRE Funding was provided to enable them to support at least 17 groups in East Brighton.
01/07/2022 £500 ON YOUR WAY (JOB CLUB AND DIGITAL INCLUSION) Funding was provided towards the cost of printing, stationery and postage.
01/07/2022 £500 £180,700 KIDZ KLUB BRIGHTON & HOVE (REGISTERED CHARITY SINCE 2008) Funding was provided towards essential equipment and outings.
01/07/2022 £476 £47,831 BRIGHTON YOGA FOUNDATION Funding was provided to deliver a free 8 week course to 20 young people in East Brighton.
01/07/2022 £500 HAPPY MOUNTAIN Funding was provided towards materials and equipment to create Mr. Benn's clothes swap.
01/07/2022 £500 £17,794 FRESH START COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION Funding was provided towards the costs of activities run at Fresh Start.
01/07/2022 £500 FRIENDS OF BEVFEST Funding was provided towards holding a Community Family Picnic in the August summer holidays.
01/07/2022 £500 £293,659 BRIGHTON AND HOVE SPEAK OUT Funding was provided towards workshops and activities.
01/07/2022 £475 225 (BRIGHTON NO1) SQUADRON AIR TRAINING CORPS Funding was provided to purchase a colour printer with a built in scanner.
01/07/2022 £500 MAKING OUR MARK! Funding was provided towards art materials and art tutors.
17/05/2022 £10,553 MARTLETS HOSPICE Funding was provided towards their solar PV project on their new building.
17/05/2022 £10,000 BRIGHTON BIKE HUB Funding was provided towards staffing costs of a project co-ordinator, a shipping container for storage and classes, and training.
17/05/2022 £5,000 £42,777 FERRING VILLAGE HALL Funding was provided towards installing solar panels, insulation and a sustainable heating system.
17/05/2022 £10,000 £131,324 PEDAL PEOPLE Funding was provided towards sustainable cycle batteries, staffing and training costs.
17/05/2022 £5,000 SHOREHAM FOOTBALL CLUB Funding was provided to upgrade their pitch floodlights to LED.
17/05/2022 £5,000 £393,414 BRIGHTON & HOVE WOOD RECYCLING PROJECT (BHWRP) Funding was provided for staffing and volunteer programme costs.
17/05/2022 £6,194 £43,331 SEAFORD (SUSSEX) CONTEMPORARY ILLUSTRATORS AND PRINTMAKERS (SCIP) Funding was provided for an immersive art installation exploring the underwater landscape of Seaford Bay.
17/05/2022 £5,000 BEVENDEAN COMMUNITY PUB Funding was provided for repurposing a shipping container into a garage, solar panel installation, a wood chipper and water pump, and to improve accessibility.
17/05/2022 £3,548 SIGHT SUPPORT WORTHING Funding was provided towards the restoration of a sensory garden.
17/05/2022 £5,000 ARDOYNA PROJECT Funding was provided for a launch event and core costs for one year.
17/05/2022 £5,000 £310,892 TARNER COMMUNITY PROJECT Funding was provided towards core costs of a year long sporting programme in Tarner Park's MUGA (Multi Use Game Area).
17/05/2022 £5,522 QUIET DOWN THERE CIC Funding was provided towards their free community laundry facilities, for a new energy efficient washer/dryer and staffing costs.
17/05/2022 £10,000 £619,258 CITY GATE COMMUNITY PROJECTS (FARESHARE PROJECT) Funding was provided towards a new electric van.
17/05/2022 £3,000 FRIENDS OF THE MEADS Funding was provided towards plants and building materials.
17/05/2022 £5,000 £319,157 ESTEEM Funding was provided towards their Outdoors project to offer free offshore physical activities to 80 young people throughout the year.
17/05/2022 £4,000 DENTON COMMUNITY GARDEN Funding was provided towards the creation of a community garden.
21/04/2022 £500 NEW ROOTS Grant provided to New Roots to purchase seeds as well as money for site improvements.
01/04/2022 £5,243 £194,945 SOUTHWICK COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION Funding was provided for a series of stained glass workshops for the local community culminating in display at a community event to celebrate the Jubilee on 5th June.
01/04/2022 £5,241 SOUTHEAST COMMUNITIES RAIL PARTNERSHIP CIC Funding was provided to work with a local artists and design team to produce the official Queen's Jubilee Image and emblem onto a variety of materials, displayed at SCRP railway stations across Sussex.
01/04/2022 £6,747 £841 FRIENDS OF MANOR GREEN COLLEGE Funding was provided for a series of dance workshops for children with special needs over the summer term culminating in a performance at a Jubilee Fete on 11th June where additional workshops will be held for the local community.
01/04/2022 £9,690 £18,854 CRAWLEY FESTIVAL Funding was provided for creative sculpture workshops involving various groups from across the local community culminating in one large sculpture in the town centre.
01/04/2022 £7,300 THE LEDWARD CENTRE CIC Funding was provided for a series of creative movement workshops culminating in a film and photpgraphic launch as part of Jubilee weekend celebrations.
01/04/2022 £9,750 £212,265 CREW CLUB Funding was provided towards drama workshops culminating in an original performance in June for the Queens Jubilee.
01/04/2022 £5,500 £128,455 ENSEMBLE REZA Funding was provided to create a Jubilee Song Cycle, working with a local choir and schoolchildren culminating in a performance on 4th June at a lcoal shopping centre.
01/04/2022 £9,966 EXPLORING SENSES CIC Funding was provided to create a Jubilee mural in an outdoor shelter space in partnership with students with disabilities at the Priory Oak Centre.
31/03/2022 £9,918 MSL DISCOVER Funding was provided to commission new choral works to celebrate the Queens Jubilee, performed flash mob style.
31/03/2022 £4,950 £18,807 RENEGADES YOUTH CLUB Funding was provided towards a series of drama workshops culminating in a live performance to celebrate the Jubilee on 4th June.
31/03/2022 £2,865 £223,000 MID SUSSEX VOLUNTARY ACTION Funding was provided towards a Jubilee Arts Day at the Cherry Tree Centre on 2nd June.
31/03/2022 £3,519 EAST DEAN RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION Funding was provided for a week of art activities themed on the Jubilee and culminating in a village fete where art will be displayed.
31/03/2022 £6,270 THE AMBLERS Funding was provided for a creative project linking local school students with residents to create Jubilee Crowns and a dance performance for a Jubilee party.
31/03/2022 £4,780 £495,602 HEADWAY SUSSEX Funding was provided for a series of pottery workshops for the people they support using the theme of the Jubilee.
31/03/2022 £9,650 CRAWLEY COMMUNITY YOUTH SERVICE Funding was provided for the design and production of a community art installation to celebrate the Queens Jubilee and Crawley's diamond jubilee as a new town.
31/03/2022 £7,098 SINGING MAMAS CHOIR CIC Funding was provided to support members to write a new song to celebrate the Queens Jubilee.
31/03/2022 £10,000 SIAM BOXING CAMP C.I.C Funding was provided towards a motion capture visual arts project to celebrate the Queens Jubilee culminating in a live public screening with music and dance performances delivered by local artists.
31/03/2022 £8,970 £129,193 OLD BOAT CORNER COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION Funding was provided for a series of creative workshops for the local community culminating in a showcase performance over the Jubilee weekend.
25/03/2022 £9,300 BRIGHTON & HOVE CITY COUNCIL Funding was provided to support three distinct pieces of community engagement work in 2022-23.
23/03/2022 £2,500 RYE RUGBY FOOTBALL CLUB Funding was provided towards construction timber, roof trusses, roofing panels, guttering and fixings to construct a roof of 250m2 (25m x 10m).
23/03/2022 £3,300 £76,218 PEASMARSH CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL TRUST Funding was provided towards offering workshops in music composition and singing for KS2 children in five local primary schools, together with an accessible, interactive concert, for participants to perform to their school community, to be accompanied by professional musicians, who will also introduce classical repertoire.
23/03/2022 £5,000 £563,251 ROTHER VOLUNTARY ACTION- RVA Funding was provided to support core costs to build a thriving volunteering culture in the Rye and Winchelsea area, through the delivery of various activities under the project title 'Rother Volunteer Hub'.
23/03/2022 £5,000 £625,605 HASTINGS ADVICE AND REPRESENTATION CENTRE (HARC) Funding was provided towards a specialist welfare benefits advisor and trainer for a period of 6 months, delivering a specialist welfare benefit advice and representation service to the people of Rye, Camber, Playden, Iden, Peasmarsh, Beckley, Rye Harbour, Winchelsea, Winchelsea beach and Udimore by way of direct referral from Rye foodbank.
23/03/2022 £3,000 £5,250 PLAYDEN W I Funding was provided towards upkeep of the WI Hall, the outside of which needs extensive renovation, in particular ensuring the weatherboarding meets its purpose of keeping the Hall watertight.
23/03/2022 £5,000 ENERGISE SUSSEX COAST Funding was provided for core costs to provide weekly energy advice desks at the Rye foodbank and in Camber.
23/03/2022 £1,500 £69,268 RYE ARTS FESTIVAL Funding was provided to support the development of an environmental element via the Rye Harbour walks and talks.
23/03/2022 £2,341 £201,002 SUSSEX ASSOCIATION FOR SPINA BIFIDA & HYDROCEPHALUS Funding was provided to support people affected by spina bifida, hydrocephalus (SB&H) and other disabilities in the Rye area to access Sasbah’s core Social Inclusion and Support Services.
23/03/2022 £600 £3,775 RYE & DISTRICT U3A Funding was provided to purchase a new laptop for use by the membership secretary.
23/03/2022 £2,000 £106,261 RYE AND DISTRICT COMMUNITY TRANSPORT Funding was provided to continue their home to school transport for pupils from the Rye area attending Homewood School (21st year).
17/03/2022 £500 BRIGHTON PEOPLE'S THEATRE Funding was provided towards hire of an accessible community venue for twelve weeks of professionally led drama workshops for adults in Whitehawk.
17/03/2022 £500 THE ARTS AND CRAFTS PROJECT Funding was provided towards teaching and material costs.
17/03/2022 £500 SEDS SUSSEX EHLERS-DANLOS SYNDROMES AND HYPERMOBILITY SUPPORT GROUP Funding was provided for core project costs.
17/03/2022 £500 £142,581 LITTLE GREEN PIG WRITING PROJECT Funding was provided for an artist/illustrator facilitator for after school clubs at Whitehawk Library and Moulsecoomb Primary, to engage children who struggle with writing.
17/03/2022 £500 ST MARK'S CE PRIMARY Funding was provided towards material costs of a new ‘Mud Kitchen’ for the playground.
17/03/2022 £500 £529,381 FABRICA Funding was provided towards a bespoke woodworking workshop in collaboration with The Wood Store.
17/03/2022 £500 BRIGHTON BOOK FESTIVAL CIC Funding was provided towards an event in partnership with AudioActive at Lighthouse, for a reading and soundscape element to enable inclusion of marginalised authors and readers.
16/03/2022 £500 £49,500 OROMO COMMUNITY IN BRIGHTON AND HOVE Funding was provided toward their annual football tournament bringing together the Oromo diaspora in the UK, to reduce isolation and celebrate belonging.
16/03/2022 £500 BELTA Funding was provided for a new Book Exchange project at community centre on Bristol Estate, to purchase a range of books for residents to exchange.
16/03/2022 £500 £100,773 THE SPIRE ARTS Funding was provided to develop and deliver Animal Place workshops with artist Tim Spooner and East Brighton residents, culminating in an installation for Brighton Festival 2022.
16/03/2022 £800 WHITEHAWK COMMUNITY FOOD PROJECT Funding was provided towards overall running costs.
16/03/2022 £500 FRIENDS AT BEVENDEAN SCHOOL Funding was provided towards an inspiring bubble performance for the children, a large percentage of who are on pupil premium.
11/03/2022 £5,000 £242,624 STAY UP LATE Funding was provided towards the staff costs of an outreach co-ordinator.
11/03/2022 £3,000 HANDCROSS ROSEMARY CLUB Funding was provided towards events over the course of the year, primarily a celebration event to mark their 60th anniversary.
11/03/2022 £5,000 £125,148 HOME-START EAST SUSSEX Funding was provided towards project costs for their Being Mum Group and Volunteer support service.
11/03/2022 £5,000 £15,465 UCKFIELD VOLUNTEER CENTRE Funding was provided towards staff costs of the centre manager.
11/03/2022 £5,000 £151,353 MARLBOROUGH THEATRE PRODUCTIONS LTD Funding was provided towards the core running costs of the Radical Rhizomes QTIBIPOC community project.
11/03/2022 £5,000 £222,170 PELHAM CIO Funding was provided to redevelop their basement into a youth zone.
11/03/2022 £5,000 £29,554 KENNEDY ST & CO CIO Funding was provided towards rent and salary costs.
11/03/2022 £5,000 SUSSEX SYRIAN COMMUNITY GROUP Funding was provided towards running costss, including language classes and events.
11/03/2022 £4,956 TECHRESORT CIC Funding was provided towards running costs, staff, rent and materials.
11/03/2022 £5,880 £40,283 THE YOUTH COUNSELLING PROJECT Funding was provided towards increased costs to meet demand following COVID.
11/03/2022 £4,000 £9,179 EASTBOURNE AREA COMMUNITY FIRST RESPONDERS Funding was provided towards volunteer costs and equipment.
11/03/2022 £5,000 SELSEY DEMENTIA ACTION ALLIANCE Funding was provided towards staff costs of their dementia support manager.
11/03/2022 £5,000 £134,570 HEAD2HEAD THEATRE Funding was provided to support 21 performances of Odie's Odd Odyssey at special schools in seven areas of Sussex.
11/03/2022 £7,500 £74,019 DAISY CHAIN PROJECT Funding was provided towards core costs, including staffing and tech upgrades.
11/03/2022 £5,000 WILDER LIFE WELLBEING CIC Funding was provided towards the running of their Nature Connection Project, including staff, rent and materials costs.
11/03/2022 £5,000 VIDA ACTIVE CLUB CIC Funding was provided to sustain and grow their exercise and socialise sessions for the over 60's in 4 areas.
11/03/2022 £4,700 £31,948 SMALL PERFORMANCE ADVENTURES Funding was provided towards the costs of running 12 targeted workshops with vunerale groups in Brighton and Hove.
11/03/2022 £2,500 SELSEY BUDDY SUPPORT Funding was provided towards core costs, including staff and premises rent.
11/03/2022 £2,500 YOUR GOOD MORNING CALL - SELSEY COMMUNITY FORUM Funding was provided towards staff costs.
11/03/2022 £9,000 £8,122 BRAMBER BAKEHOUSE Funding was provided towards the cost of their 'little taste of freedom' baking courses.
11/03/2022 £2,500 £45,163 THE CHICHESTER SHIP CANAL TRUST Funding was provided towards a programme of restoration to ensure sustainable long term environmental security for banks and tow path.
11/03/2022 £5,000 HUMBER AVENUE COMMUNITY ALLOTMENTS Funding was provided towards the cost of setting up outreach activities to disadvantaged communities.
11/03/2022 £5,000 £69,762 WEALDEN WORKS Funding was provided to support training in their Restart Youth programme.
11/03/2022 £2,500 HEATHFIELD & HORAM FC Funding was provided for renovations to their Clubhouse.
11/03/2022 £4,880 £127,809 CHILDREN WITH CANCER FUND (POLEGATE) Funding was provided towards the role of their Charity Fundraiser.
11/03/2022 £3,500 DENTON & DISTRICT CRICKET CLUB Funding was provided for new kit and equipment.
11/03/2022 £5,000 SUSSEX PRISONERS FAMILIES Funding was provided towards the costs of a youth outreach worker.
11/03/2022 £3,000 £118,136 STRONGMEN Funding was provided towards the costs of running their Man2Man Peer Support services, including IT, training, and transport costs.
11/03/2022 £5,000 £23,693 BEFRIENDED They provide various forms of befriending. Funding was provided towards the staff costs of their administrator.
11/03/2022 £4,810 THE WILD MIND PROJECT Funding was provided towards 2 x 4 week programmes aimed at the young LBGTQ+ commmunity.
11/03/2022 £5,000 £8,297 THE ASHDOWN HUB Funding was provided towards costs for weekly venue hire, art tuition, volunteer expenses and materials.
11/03/2022 £5,000 COMMUNITY BASKETBALL INITIATIVE (CBI) CIC Funding was provided towards their Open Run project aimed at beginners in the Moulsecoomb and East Brighton area.
11/03/2022 £4,939 £94,800 DOWN SYNDROME DEVELOPMENT TRUST Funding was provided towards the staff costs of an administrator.
11/03/2022 £5,000 NEWHAVEN GIG ROWING CLUB (CIO INCORPORATED 2018) Funding was provided to help develop their junior section by purchasing a smaller more manageable boat.
11/03/2022 £5,000 £247,304 EASTBOURNE CITIZENS ADVICE BUREAU Funding was provided towards core costs including staff and training.
11/03/2022 £4,940 £41,959 ADUR VOLUNTARY ACTION Funding was provided towards the maintenance costs of their vehicle.
11/03/2022 £5,000 £128,817 VETERANS' GROWTH Funding was provided towards expanding and developing skills offered by the organisation to equip veterans with industry skills which lead to employment.
11/03/2022 £5,000 £49,500 OROMO COMMUNITY IN BRIGHTON AND HOVE Funding was provided towards women's group activities including sewing, swimming, Zumba, and teatime.
11/03/2022 £5,000 £655,736 EXTRATIME Funding was provided towards the cost of 3 after school clubs.
11/03/2022 £4,783 £74,918 HANGLETON COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION Funding was provided towards core costs, including staff and utility costs.
11/03/2022 £5,000 £240,924 SCOPE WEST SUSSEX Funding was provided for new NHS standard flooring at the Point Day Centre.
11/03/2022 £5,000 SUSSEX PATHWAYS Funding was provided towards staff costs for their Pathways to Change programme, providing 121 mentoring by volunteers.
11/03/2022 £5,000 £227,462 HOME-START ARUN, WORTHING & ADUR Funding was provided towards staff costs for their fundraising strategy.
11/03/2022 £5,000 £14,307 CRAWLEY MINDFULNESS CENTRE Funding was provided towards core running costs, including volunteer training, consultancy fees and insurance.
11/03/2022 £4,028 PORTSLADE PEOPLE Funding was provided towards staffing costs for an Older People Co-Ordinator.
11/03/2022 £5,000 £96,470 MOULSECOOMB FOREST GARDEN & WILDLIFE PROJECT Funding was provided for core costs including staff and materials.
11/03/2022 £4,243 176 (HOVE) AIR TRAINING CORPS Funding was provided towards equipment for the DofE programme.
11/03/2022 £5,000 £224,781 SOUNDCASTLE Funding was provided towards the development of a music programme supporting mental health recovery.
11/03/2022 £3,850 £36,896 SAMARITANS HORSHAM AND CRAWLEY Funding was provided towards refurbishment and volunteer training.
11/03/2022 £5,000 £279,785 GATWICK DETAINEES WELFARE GROUP Funding was provided to contribute towards the costs of giving £10 monthly mobile phone top-ups to people detained at Gatwick airport.
11/03/2022 £5,000 LOOKOUT BRIGHTON CIC Funding was provided for a two week training programme exploring what creative collaboration means.
11/03/2022 £5,000 £253,266 TIME TO TALK BEFRIENDING Funding was provided towards staff costs.
11/03/2022 £4,995 BOLNEY YOUTH CLUB Funding was provided for a professional youth support worker for one year, resources for workshops and activities, and administration costs.
11/03/2022 £4,924 £53,731 CHICHESTER BOYS CLUB Funding was provided towards staff costs and resources for their youth club.
11/03/2022 £3,420 £170,805 BRIGHTON NATURAL HEALTH CENTRE Funding was provided for a pilot programme for patients with long covid.
11/03/2022 £4,977 £125,145 SUSSEX NIGHTSTOP PLUS Funding was provided towards a Service Coordinator (SC) and Communications and Engagement Lead (CEL).
11/03/2022 £4,100 £529,381 FABRICA Funding was provided towards staff costs for three volunteer coordinators.
11/03/2022 £2,500 £9,806 NEWHAVEN & DISTRICT MODEL RAILWAY CLUB Funding was provided to upgrade their electrical supply and subsidise running costs.
11/03/2022 £5,000 £384,287 CULTURE SHIFT Funding was provided for 'creative cafes' to help young people develop employability skills and connect with employers.
11/03/2022 £5,000 £142,779 LES ALDEN FOUNDATION Funding was provided towards the salary costs of their outreach worker.
11/03/2022 £4,840 £310,072 JIGSAW (SOUTH EAST) LTD Funding was provided towards staff costs.
11/03/2022 £4,970 £39,894 LIVESTOCK Funding was provided to run four peer support art and discussion groups for mothers and their children.
11/03/2022 £3,000 £19,233 PATINA (PARENT AND TEACHERS IN THE ARTS) Funding was provided towards their 'Moving On' festival.
11/03/2022 £5,000 £177,785 WHOOPSADAISY Funding was provided for core costs of their 5-12s sessions, including staff, rent, and materials costs
11/03/2022 £5,000 £17,702 SHOUT WSK - (STREET HOMELESS OUTREACH WORTHING SOUP KITCHEN) Funding was provided towards staff costs.
11/03/2022 £5,000 ADUR COMMUNITY CAFE COMMUNITY INTEREST COMPANY Funding was provided towards chef wages, rental fees, and food.
11/03/2022 £5,000 £212,265 CREW CLUB Funding was provided towards their young men and women's groups.
11/03/2022 £5,000 CREATIVE FORCE Funding was provided to run weekly drama sessions for 17 weeks in Newhaven, to continue to build arts provision for young people.
11/03/2022 £5,000 ADHD AWARE Funding was provided to support new, continuing, and expanding user-requested services, many launched during COVID-19, plus ongoing running costs.
11/03/2022 £6,500 £25,128 CHILDREN'S BOOKFEST, CHICHESTER Funding was provided towards the purchase of 5,000 new books for every child participating in the festival and using the food banks.
11/03/2022 £5,000 £18,485 COMMUNITY SUPPORTERS Funding was provided towards core costs for women's group activities.
11/03/2022 £2,840 WILD GATHERING Funding was provided to deliver two Nature Well courses with up to 16 participants in total.
11/03/2022 £2,993 CRAWLEY FRIENDS HOUSING ASSOCIATION LIMITED Crawley Friends Housing Assocation is a charity which provides temporary accommodation and support at Camfield for 24 homeless people in Crawley, West Sussex. Funding is requested towards organisational development.
11/03/2022 £5,000 £87,526 LUNCH POSITIVE Funding was provided towards staff costs and a lunch club.
11/03/2022 £5,000 NEWHAVEN ARTS PROJECTS INC. NEWHAVEN OPEN CALL Funding was provided to fund a regular weekly art education programme for disadvantaged communities.
11/03/2022 £5,000 £126,074 PIPPA'S GROUP Funding was provided towards running costs of their pre-school sessions and Family Support Service.
11/03/2022 £5,000 BRIGHTON GRUB HUB Funding was provided towards core costs to run the plot and for a team market gardener for harvest season.
11/03/2022 £4,939 £914,208 BRIGHTHELMSTONE DISTRICT WOODCRAFT FOLK Funding was provided towards transport costs.
11/03/2022 £4,940 THE REAL JUNK FOOD PROJECT BRIGHTON Funding was provided to expand their service in Gardner Street to enable them to run training days for young people with additional needs.
11/03/2022 £5,000 DEVONSHIRE COLLECTIVE Funding was provided to support three pilot engagement programmes for identified target groups, for 16-25s and senior citizens isolated by the pandemic.
11/03/2022 £5,000 £424,275 4SIGHT VISION SUPPORT Funding was provided towards a ‘Starting Well’ Vision Support Advocate for Children and Young People (aged 0-29).
11/03/2022 £5,000 PETWORTH COMMUNITY GARDEN Funding was provided to run ‘Thriving Thursdays’ – a weekly therapeutic gardening project for isolated, low-income local residents.
11/03/2022 £5,000 CHICHESTER FOREST SCHOOLS CIC Funding was provided to support their womens woodland group.
11/03/2022 £5,000 EDUCATION, HEALTH AND WELLBEING CIC Funding was provided towards staff costs.
11/03/2022 £5,000 ENERGISE SUSSEX COAST Funding was provided towards the costs of running their enegry desks at food banks.
11/03/2022 £4,665 £146,063 RAILWAY LAND WILDLIFE TRUST Funding was provided towards their Wellbeing in Nature project.
11/03/2022 £4,500 SPUN GLASS THEATRE Funding was provided towards staff costs.
11/03/2022 £5,000 £23,531 THE DOT COLLECTIVE AKA FIRST DRAFT THEATRE Funding was provided for two professional, dementia friendly theatre productions in care homes across Sussex, transforming living/dinning rooms and outside spaces.
11/03/2022 £2,800 SOUTHDOWN MEN IN SHEDS Funding was provided towards rent and running costs.
11/03/2022 £5,000 POSH CLUB (FORMERLY THE TUESDAY CLUB) Funding was provided for stop-gap funding for 30 KITTY (Keep In Touch) events, 10 in each town.
11/03/2022 £4,970 HOMEOPATHY IN THE SUSSEX COMMUNITY Funding was provided towards core and sessional costs for work delivered with RISE and Survivor's Network.
11/03/2022 £4,810 £219,417 ST MATTHEW'S WORTHING Funding was provided for new furniture to make their community cafe more welcoming.
11/03/2022 £3,075 £39,386 OLLY'S FUTURE Funding was provided towards staff workshops in 8 West Sussex schools.
11/03/2022 £5,000 SMARTER UNIFORMS Funding was provided towards staff costs.
11/03/2022 £3,800 £5,144 CHICHESTER MARKS HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL Funding was provided towards the costs of staging a newly commissioned opera by Howard Moody, NOOR, reflecting a community torn apart by war.
11/03/2022 £5,000 £31,418 SAY APHASIA Funding was provided to pay for their technology inclusion project, teaching their service users how to use technology such as ipads and smart phones to communicate.
11/03/2022 £4,000 INROADS PRODUCTIONS Funding was provided towards community participation development and artistic practitioner costs for shows in May.
11/03/2022 £5,000 LIFESIZE CIC Funding was provided for a music, arts and well-being programme in 3 East Sussex hospitals.
11/03/2022 £5,000 STRIVE CAFE Funding was provided for the salary of a two-day Supervisor.
11/03/2022 £4,880 UGANDA CRAWLEY COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION (UCCA) Funding was provided towards their Health and Wellbeing project, including staff, rental and training costs.
11/03/2022 £5,000 £22,860 SUSSEX GREEN LIVING Funding was provided towards the cost of employing an Admin Assistant to assist with marketing, publicity, organising events and schedules, liaising with volunteers, and taking over a lot of the ancillary work involved in running the charity.
11/03/2022 £4,974 SUSSEX SUPPORT SERVICE Funding was provided towards an arts project, including staff, rent and materials costs.
11/03/2022 £5,000 £67,381 TRANSOM TRUST Funding was provided towards the staff costs of a part-time project manager.
11/03/2022 £5,000 £32,263 ARTICULATE ARTS LTD Funding was provided towards staffing costs to develop a sustainable fundraising strategy.
11/03/2022 £5,000 £507,165 LIGHTHOUSE ARTS & TRAINING LTD Funding was provided for the delivery of an Open Sessions programme, a series of six public events aimed at 16-25 year olds in Brighton & Hove.
11/03/2022 £5,000 £742,314 BRIGHTON WOMEN'S CENTRE Funding was provided to fund ToyBox, their Ofsted-registered preschool (rated ‘Outstanding’) and to enable them to continue providing and developing this vital support for families.
11/03/2022 £1,000 APEX BASKETBALL ACADEMY Funding was provided for kit and training costs.
11/03/2022 £1,685 WOODINGDEAN WILDERNESS GROUP Funding was provided to plant a community tree orchard and organise community activities.
11/03/2022 £2,000 HURSTPIERPOINT GYMNASTICS CLUB Funding was provided towards core costs, including staff, rent and leotards.
11/03/2022 £1,150 NEW ROOTS Funding was provided towards general operational costs, including allotment rent and the annual seed order, and shed maintenance work.
11/03/2022 £1,113 FRIENDS OF KNOLL PARK Funding was provided towards their launch event including litter picking equipment and marketing.
11/03/2022 £2,000 IFIELD TENNIS CLUB Funding was provided for the resurfacing of their tennis courts.
11/03/2022 £1,000 £21,667 BABY2BABY EAST SUSSEX Funding was provided to support the charity's transition to a larger, more appropriate premises.
11/03/2022 £1,650 BENFIELD PRIMARY SCHOOL Funding was provided towards a year 6 residential trip to Hindleap Warren activity centre.
11/03/2022 £600 BRACKENBURY PRIMARY SCHOOL Funding was provided for three children to attend a Year 6 residential to Blackland Farm, East Grinstead.
11/03/2022 £1,080 CARDEN PRIMARY SCHOOL Funding was provided to Carden Primary School for 2 residential trips.
11/03/2022 £2,300 HANGLETON PRIMARY SCHOOL Funding was provided to run a year 6 residential trip to Hindleap Warren activity centre.
11/03/2022 £2,300 HOVE JUNIOR SCHOOL Funding was provided towards a residential trip for Year 4 and Year 6 pupils.
11/03/2022 £2,100 DOWNS JUNIOR SCHOOL Funding was provided towards a residential school trip to Kingswood Adventure Site, Isle of Wight.
11/03/2022 £450 ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST CATHOLIC PRIMARY SCHOOL Funding was provided towards a Year 6 residential trip to Blacklands Farm.
11/03/2022 £1,800 ST LUKE'S PRIMARY SCHOOL Funding was provided towards a year 6 trip to Windmill Hill Activity Centre run by PGL.
11/03/2022 £1,400 ST LUKE'S PRIMARY SCHOOL Funding was provided towards a year 6 trip to Windmill Hill Activity Centre run by PGL.
25/02/2022 £9,726 CARERS SUPPORT AND WELLBEING Funding was provided towards their running costs.
25/02/2022 £8,297 £63,655 RECOVERY PARTNERS Funding was provided to enable them to continue to offer their HEart Matters peer-supported creative arts for mental health programme.
25/02/2022 £10,000 £2,422,505 SUSSEX BEACON Funding was provided to enable them to continue to deliver their services outside of Brighton, in particular the exercise class, HIV specialist casework support in the community across East and West Sussex, and a new mindfulness course.
25/02/2022 £9,500 £333,999 PELHAM CIO Funding was provided to extend their counselling services to children and for their Pelham Growz project aimed at supporting adults with learning difficulties.
25/02/2022 £10,000 £89,921 THINK18 Funding was provided to enable them to continue to provide their programme of weekly activities for young adults with learning disabilities aged 16-35 years within West Sussex.
25/02/2022 £9,960 £32,280 JUST FRIENDS Funding was provided to cover the costs of a self employed Branch Development Officer to oversee the running of existing branches and to enable the development and creation of new branches in the Hastings and Lewes areas.
25/02/2022 £5,430 THE UNITY CENTRE, YOGA WELLBEING AND THE ARTS Funding was provided towards a new well-being programme which aims to support people aged 65+ who are experiencing anxiety, depression, chronic fatigue and isolation due to their mental health, physical mobility and health conditions.
25/02/2022 £3,250 £336,285 WARMING UP THE HOMELESS Funding was provided towards the running costs of a Family Support Group in Bexhill for parents and other family members that have a relative experiencing homelessness, addiction, and mental health issues.
25/02/2022 £5,000 £19,888 INTERIM Funding was provided to enable them to provide 100 sessions of counselling and psychoeducation to families living in West Sussex.
25/02/2022 £9,090 £55,666 HOLDING SPACE Funding was provided to extend their Yoga and Mindfulness for Adults course which support the parents and carers of children struggling with their mental health.
25/02/2022 £9,975 £215,330 WORTHING MENCAP SOCIETY Funding was provided to develop their Social Hub offering at Buddys Coffee Shop in Worthing and for activities off site in and around the local community.
25/02/2022 £9,820 £79,193 WAVES MUSIC THERAPY Funding was provided for projects to directly support children with complex additional needs who require access to immediate, effective therapeutic support.
25/02/2022 £7,350 £33,487 RPD FOUNDATION Funding was provided towards staff costs for a Support Co-ordinator for their 'Back on Track' project.
25/02/2022 £7,500 BAGS OF TASTE Funding was provided towards the running costs of their Mentored home cooking courses.
25/02/2022 £10,000 £227,462 HOME-START ARUN, WORTHING & ADUR Funding was provided to enable them to deliver integrative psychotherapeutic counselling sessions to parents that are struggling with daily life and particularly parenting, due to mild to moderate mental health issues.
25/02/2022 £10,000 BOURNETHISWAY LGBT+ PARENTS SUPPORT GROUP Funding was provided towards the running costs of their support group, monthly meet ups, activities, and regular mindfulness sessions with a qualified counsellor/Therapist.
25/02/2022 £9,660 £78,206 OFFINGTON COUNSELLING SERVICE Funding was provided towards the costs of counselling sessions and for counsellors to undertake Autism and Neurodiversity Training.
25/02/2022 £9,900 £224,070 COUNSELLING PLUS COMMUNITY Fundingwas provided to enable them to continue to run their counselling services to meet the rising level of demand.
25/02/2022 £10,000 £402,727 EAST SUSSEX VISION SUPPORT Funding was provided towards staff costs for an IT support worker to work with blind and partially sighted people in East Sussex, helping them to set up and use computers/phones and deal with any ongoing technological issues.
25/02/2022 £10,000 £71,222 FREE SHOP CRAWLEY Funding was provided to cover the costs of food, essential items, and towards redesigning/translating their website to make it more accessible.
25/02/2022 £9,575 £1,110,482 AMAZE Funding was provided to deliver a programme of peer support groups for young people with special educational needs and disabilities in response to the pandemic.
25/02/2022 £10,000 £281,582 EAST SUSSEX HEARING RESOURCE CENTRE Funding was provided to enable them to continue to deliver their existing services and launch their ‘Be Smart’ project supporting hearing impaired people to access and utilise technology via their smart devices.
25/02/2022 £5,000 £201,002 SUSSEX ASSOCIATION FOR SPINA BIFIDA & HYDROCEPHALUS Funding was provided to build on their digital services and to resume and expand their face to face services to children and adults affected by spina bifida, hydrocephalus and other disabilities across Sussex.
25/02/2022 £9,800 £1,945,017 CITIZENS ADVICE IN WEST SUSSEX Funding was provided to enable them to continue to run their Community Champions network and to create a platform which will become a central point of contact.
25/02/2022 £10,000 £1,945,017 CITIZENS ADVICE IN WEST SUSSEX (NORTH, SOUTH, EAST) Funding was provided to continue their Crawley Community Money Advice project which launched in January 2021.
25/02/2022 £5,000 £94,800 DOWN SYNDROME DEVELOPMENT TRUST Funding was provided towards ‘Exploring Independence’, a project offering a range of local trips and activities aimed at young people with Down's syndrome (DS).
25/02/2022 £6,178 £625,605 HASTINGS ADVICE AND REPRESENTATION CENTRE (HARC) Funding was provided to increase staffing hours at their community based charity shops, enabling them to offer more volunteering/work experience opportunities.
25/02/2022 £10,000 £1,423,922 FELLOWSHIP OF ST NICHOLAS Funding was provided towards a range of health and well-being courses to help support parent/carers and members of the community who have been adversely affected by the pandemic.
25/02/2022 £1,962 BEXHILL IN BLOOM Funding was provided to support a group of volunteers with the maintenance of the Sensory Garden in Egerton Park, Central Bexhill.
21/02/2022 £9,400 SACRED EARTH COMMUNITY BENEFIT SOCIETY Funding was provided towards the costs of a pilot project to employ a sustainable food coordinator to develop a community food hub.
21/02/2022 £9,400 OUR NEIGHBOURHOOD CIC Funding was provided to run cookery lessons for male asylum seekers.
21/02/2022 £4,500 AWESIDE FOOD PROJECT CIC Funding was provided towards the training and recruitment of a part-time person to work on site and manage volunteers.
26/01/2022 £8,500 SUSSEX PATHWAYS Funding was provided to work with up to 50 residents leaving prison and returning to Sussex by offering support and a 'welfare pack'.
26/01/2022 £10,000 £60,030 PREGNANCY OPTIONS CENTRE Funding was provided towards key staff member salaries over 12 months to enable them to meet the increase in demand on their counselling service in West Sussex.
26/01/2022 £10,000 SELSEY EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Funding was provided towards work experience and volunteering schemes to help local people find employment.
26/01/2022 £9,800 £57,124 THE YOUTH COUNSELLING PROJECT Funding was provided to enable them to provide each child with 10 virtual counselling sessions with a trained therapist.
26/01/2022 £3,000 £31,418 SAY APHASIA Funding was provided to enable them to purchase 6 ipads to loan to participants and run support sessions to teach participants how to access zoom.
26/01/2022 £9,808 £1,554,818 POSSABILITY PEOPLE Funding was provided to help support people in the Hastings area through workshops, regular zoom social catch ups, and workshop discussions.
26/01/2022 £9,808 £1,554,818 POSSABILITY PEOPLE Funding was provided to enable them to support people in the Eastborne area through workshopp, regular zoom social catch ups and workshop discussions.
26/01/2022 £10,000 £118,136 STRONGMEN Funding was provided towards their Weekender Retreat programme.
26/01/2022 £10,000 SUSSEX PRISONERS FAMILIES Funding was provided towards a Volunteer Coordinator to help Sussex Prisoners’ Families rebuild and develop their volunteer services to support prisoners’ families in East Sussex and West Sussex following the Covid Pandemic
26/01/2022 £10,000 £104,955 ST JAMES' TRUST Funding was provided to support their new initiative - ‘Return and Restart’, to help assist older people to adjust, adapt and return to a new way of living following the pandemic.
26/01/2022 £9,700 SEAVIEW PROJECT Funding was provided to extend the reach of their Wellbeing Centre in St Leonard's on Sea by offering an outreach/delivery service to local people, promoting their wellbeing and reducing feelings of loneliness and isolation.
26/01/2022 £10,000 £825,105 FAMILY SUPPORT WORK Funding was provided towards practitioner and associated costs to enable them to continue running their services across Sussex.
26/01/2022 £9,994 £1,217,916 COMMUNITY TRANSPORT SUSSEX CIO Funding was provided towards a new Travel Buddies scheme. Matching an isolated or vulnerable person with a volunteer Travel Buddy, providing them company and support to use transport to enable them to access shopping, wellbeing, healthcare and other community activities.
26/01/2022 £10,000 £307,087 EDUCATION TRAINING CONSORTIUM SUSSEX Funding was provided towards an outreach worker to consult with communities in Rother about the needs of older people.
26/01/2022 £10,000 £986,281 UKHARVEST Funding was provided to enable them to continue to run their successful 5 pay as you feel Pop-Up Pantries in Oving, Tangmere, Chichester and Selsey.
26/01/2022 £10,000 £513,290 CITIZENS ADVICE 1066 Funding was provided for their Digital Inclusion Pilot through device distribution and 1-2-1 digital skills coaching.
26/01/2022 £10,000 CARERS SUPPORT SELSEY Funding was provided to cover staff costs to expand their services and for training and monthly supervisions to better equip their volunteers/staff to meet increasingly complex needs.
26/01/2022 £10,000 £207,035 STREETLIGHT Funding was provided towards a Sussex specialist Women's Support worker role, essential to the continued delivery of their services across East and West Sussex.
26/01/2022 £5,000 £157,690 HASTINGS AND ROTHER MEDIATION Funding was provided to enable them to continue to run their neighbourhood and intergenerational mediation projects. Funding was provided towards core costs, primarily towards the salaries of the two project Co-ordinators, their Data and Admin Assistant, and for volunteers expenses.
26/01/2022 £10,000 £95,249 RELEASE COUNSELLING AND THERAPY FOR WOMEN Funding was provided to run new 'Mummyshock' 10-week postnatal groups for women who have had babies during the Covid-19 pandemic, and contribute towards 6 monthly women's therapeutic wellbeing days.
26/01/2022 £9,994 £1,181,827 FRIENDS, FAMILIES AND TRAVELLERS Funding was provided to help Friends Families and Travellers deliver advocacy support for Gypsies, Roma and Travellers in Sussex, by assertively outreaching to Travellers across the County, on encampments, in emergency or permanent accommodation (bricks and mortar) by self-referral and from partner agencies, focusing on West Sussex where there is greatest unmet need.
26/01/2022 £8,354 £87,526 LUNCH POSITIVE Funding was provided to expand and develop HIV well-being support , befriending groups, and outreach activities in East Sussex.
26/01/2022 £10,000 £566,278 NOW! CHARITY GROUP LTD Funding was provided to deliver a free English maths and employability skills training programme for people aged 18 and over (adults) from a hub in Eastbourne.
26/01/2022 £10,000 £1,899,850 ARUN & CHICHESTER CITIZENS ADVICE BUREAU Funding was provided for extra supervisory support in order to help them meet the demand for their services as a result of the pandemic.
26/01/2022 £5,934 EAST HOATHLY AND HALLAND COMMUNITY GARDEN CIC Funding was provided towards a disabled access composting toilet and raised beds to enable more users to benefit from their facilities.
26/01/2022 £10,000 CHICHESTER FOREST SCHOOLS CIC Funding was provided towards the costs of their womens woodland wellbeing group, a group set up for women whose lives have been impacted by domestic abuse, trauma, poor mental health, addiction and chronic medical conditions.
26/01/2022 £8,550 £703,065 CHICHESTER COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT TRUST Funding was provided towards ‘Helping Hands of Hope’, a series of art-based workshops designed to help support young people and their families who are struggling with anxiety or mental health challenges.
26/01/2022 £10,000 £150,051 SYLVIA BEAUFOY CENTRE Funding was provided towards the costs of music lessons, youth club (schools years 5 and 6), cooking sessions and also activities during the summer holidays.
26/01/2022 £10,000 £378,843 YOU RAISE ME UP (YRMU) Funding was provided to sustain their mental health and well-being services to meet the increase in demand.
26/01/2022 £9,566 MAKING THEATRE GAINING SKILLS CIC Funding was provided to run a series of taster workshops in partnership with Bognor Makerspace for people affected by mental health issues, social isolation and anxiety.
26/01/2022 £9,820 LYMLEY WOOD CIC Funding was provided to run their 'Wild Teens' programme for disadvantaged teenagers.
26/01/2022 £7,824 £247,304 EASTBOURNE CITIZENS ADVICE BUREAU Funding was provided to employ a part-time Casework Coordinator to work with particularly vulnerable people and provide them with additional support.
26/01/2022 £10,000 £37,483 ENGAGE Funding was provided to support and encourage local residents to return to their clubs following the pandemic, and to recruit new volunteers to manage the daily operation of the clubs.
26/01/2022 £2,030 STEYNING PATIENT PARTICPATION GROUP Funding was provided to set up a number of Raspberry Pi Screens across Steyning Medical Practice and other areas, displaying key up to date health information that is readily available for all residents.
10/01/2022 £74,859 £5,670,847 TURNING TIDES Funding was provided to support the organisation with core costs, specifically for an additional Advice and Assessment Worker post at St Clare's Community Hub in Worthing.
21/12/2021 £6,000 £98,028 LAVANT CHURCHES Funding was provided to cover running costs to enable them to support older people by providing new and enjoyable ways for them to be actively involved in the community.
21/12/2021 £10,000 £83,348 CHICHESTER INFORMATION SHOP FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Funding was provided to cover staff costs.
21/12/2021 £3,421 £127,809 CHILDREN WITH CANCER FUND (POLEGATE) Funding was provided towards their '13-18 Social Events Project'.
21/12/2021 £2,509 £122,602 ELECTRIC STORM YOUTH LTD Funding was provided to cover staff costs for social media support.
21/12/2021 £7,770 £35,471 TYLER'S TRUST Funding was provided to help to pilot their project and start working with young people.
01/12/2021 £1,000 £825,105 FAMILY SUPPORT WORK Funding was provided for staff and project costs.
01/12/2021 £1,800 £3,566 RYE AND DISTRICT STREET PASTORS INITIATIVE Funding was provided for volunteer training, maintenance and equipment.
01/12/2021 £250 RYE SOUTH UNDERCLIFF ALLOTMENT GROUP Funding was provided to install additional water dip tanks.
01/12/2021 £1,800 ARTS ON PRESCRIPTION CIC Funding was provided for 12 creative workshops at the Hub on Rye HIll.
01/12/2021 £500 £43,913 RYE HERITAGE CENTRE CIO (RHC) Funding was provided to enable them to present the findings of a project to evaluate the impact on the town of social housing developments over the last century.
01/12/2021 £800 RYE PLAYERS Funding was provided for costs associated with staging a pantomime.
01/12/2021 £500 RYE TEA CLUB Funding was provided for teapots and table coverings.
01/12/2021 £600 £17,263 RYE WURLITZER ACADEMY Funding was provided towards core running costs.
01/12/2021 £500 RYE CRICKET CLUB Funding was provided to purchase an additional mobile Practice Net.
01/12/2021 £800 £12,353 PLAYDEN W I Funding was provided towards the ongoing fundraising for the repair of the weather boarding on the hall exterior.
01/12/2021 £1,500 £106,261 RYE AND DISTRICT COMMUNITY TRANSPORT Funding was provided to support the running of the 326 Rye Town bus service.
21/11/2021 £4,000 £221,054 TARNER COMMUNITY PROJECT Funding was provided for staff costs associated with their football project.
21/11/2021 £3,251 TELSCOMBE RAIDERS FC CIC Funding was provided for pop up goals, cleaning and sanitising equipment, electical safety certification and development of a safe kidszone area of their website.
21/11/2021 £4,000 SIDLEY CRICKET CLUB Funding was provided to enable them to continue offering free sessions and extend equipment and training levels.
21/11/2021 £4,000 £123,888 YOUTH DREAM Funding was provided towards core costs to support their dance project and leadership.
21/11/2021 £2,423 COMMUNITY BASKETBALL INITIATIVE (CBI) CIC Funding was provided towards costs for sports leaders and players to develop their skills.
21/11/2021 £2,021 MID SUSSEX ACTIVE Funding was provided to train young sports leaders and enable them to provide inclusive sports sessions.
21/11/2021 £2,021 £27,877 THE FUTSAL STARS FOUNDATION Funding was provided for after school clubs in Newhaven.
21/11/2021 £2,021 £20,859 FRIENDS OF CROSS IN HAND PRIMARY SCHOOL Funding was provided to repair the disability hoist in their swimming pool.
21/11/2021 £2,021 MARINE TRAINING CORPS Funding was provided for new uniforms.
21/11/2021 £2,021 BROADBRIDGE HEATH CRICKET CLUB Funding was provided towards maintenance/running costs.
21/11/2021 £2,021 HASTINGS CONQUERORS AMERICAN FOOTBALL CLUB Funding was provided towards direct project costs including kit.
17/11/2021 £5,000 £33,413 EARLY CHILDHOOD PROJECT Funding was provided for an additional toy library worker.
17/11/2021 £5,000 £122,602 ELECTRIC STORM YOUTH LTD Funding was provided to run a 39 week programme of Saturday drop in sessions at the Alternative Provision College.
17/11/2021 £5,000 £201,002 SUSSEX ASSOCIATION FOR SPINA BIFIDA & HYDROCEPHALUS Funding was provided to support their youth development work.
17/11/2021 £5,000 £237,687 TUNBRIDGE WELLS COUNSELLING CENTRE Funding was provided to cover 20 sessions of support for 12 clients residing in East Sussex.
17/11/2021 £10,000 £332,390 SARA LEE TRUST Funding was provided towards their Community Therapy Service.
17/11/2021 £5,000 £28,215 GOLDEN LION CHILDRENS TRUST Funding was provided towards purchase of toys, books, games, Christmas sweets, vouchers etc for each of 350+ local children with special needs and/or from families in crisis on a date close to Christmas Eve.
17/11/2021 £5,000 £11,568 HAVEN PREGNANCY COUNSELLING CENTRE Funding was provided towards staff and running costs.
17/11/2021 £5,000 £122,880 HOME-START CHICHESTER AND DISTRICT Funding was provided towards core running costs.
17/11/2021 £2,500 £9,372 HORSHAM DEBT ADVICE SERVICE Funding was provided to help cover their running costs and the training of new recruits
17/11/2021 £4,571 £13,302 IDOL RICH Funding was provided to pay for facilitators to take their educational, art and craft, performance and confidence building work into the designated areas to reach the target groups.
17/11/2021 £10,000 £380,713 KANGAROOS Funding was provided towards their Saturday and Holiday club.
17/11/2021 £5,000 £37,955 KNOLL COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION Funding was provided towards the cost of roof repairs.
17/11/2021 £5,000 £56,847 MEDIATION+ Funding was provided towards their Time 2 Talk Intergenerational Mediation service.
17/11/2021 £4,900 MOVINGSOUNDS Funding was provided towards project core costs.
17/11/2021 £6,480 £238,306 PEOPLE MATTER CHARITABLE TRUST People Matters provides good quality, Matrix accredited, information, advice and guidance to job seekers alongside practical support to help them progress into sustained work. They offer tailored one to one and small group sessions helping job seekers create action plans, improve thier employability skills and become more economically independent. Funding is requested towards the costs of a wellbeing coach to support people with mental health issues.
17/11/2021 £2,901 £76,536 ENSEMBLE REZA Funding was provided to run a series of free lunchtime concerts in Crawley.
17/11/2021 £3,249 £134,570 HEAD2HEAD THEATRE Funding was provided for production core costs for their new production of Odie's Odd Odyssey.
17/11/2021 £4,000 PITCHY BREATH THEATRE COMPANY CIC Funding was provided for production and core costs.
17/11/2021 £4,850 EXPLORING SENSES CIC Funding was provided to enable Exploring Senses to run their MakerLab sessions.
17/11/2021 £5,000 £76,596 THE SPIRE ARTS Funding was provided to commission, produce and present a new participatory performance installation as part of Brighton Festival Spring 2022.
17/11/2021 £2,500 £4,940 DISABILITY ACCESS - EAST GRINSTEAD AREA Funding was provided towards the continuation and development of two primary projects, the mobility equipment loan service and the Visually Impaired Readers Group.
17/11/2021 £4,500 £115,527 SHAPESHIFTER PRODUCTIONS Funding was provided to deliver participatory fun and engaging singing activities.
17/11/2021 £5,000 MERIDIAN FM RADIO Funding was provided towards core costs.
17/11/2021 £10,090 £460,282 BUILDING HEROES EDUCATION FOUNDATION Funding was provided to raise awareness of their support in Sussex and to recruit and train 10 local hard to reach candidates.
17/11/2021 £5,000 £516,361 HEADWAY SUSSEX Funding was provided to extend the support groups into more locations including Crawley, Burgess HIll, Haywards Heath and Chichester.
17/11/2021 £5,000 ADHD AWARE Funding was provided to run a new pilot psycho-educational course.
17/11/2021 £5,000 £78,146 KNOW DEMENTIA Funding was provided to support the delivery of their Memory Moments Cafes in West Sussex.
17/11/2021 £3,000 £18,214 NURTURE THROUGH NATURE Funding was provided towards worker costs, seeds/plants, and equipment for the next growing season.
17/11/2021 £4,950 VERITAS-JUSTICE Funding was provided to design and deliver cyber safety and cyber safety planning sessions.
17/11/2021 £5,000 CRAWLEY COMMUNITY YOUTH SERVICE Funding was provided towards staff costs and food supplies.
17/11/2021 £4,688 £76,536 ENSEMBLE REZA Funding was provided towards staff costs.
17/11/2021 £3,500 £19,150 AFRO-BRAZILIAN ARTS & CULTURAL EXCHANGE INSTITUTE Funding was provided to cover coaches' fees to deliver the capoeira sessions.
17/11/2021 £4,950 £591,452 SOUTH DOWNS NATIONAL PARK TRUST Funding was provided towards fully funded day visits to the South Downs National Park for school children from 27 disadvantaged schools.
17/11/2021 £10,000 £664,422 OFF THE FENCE TRUST Funding was provided for a Vauxhall Combo Van to help them extend their Antifreeze project.
17/11/2021 £4,416 £42,843 NORTHIAM VILLAGE HALL TRUST Funding was provided to refurbish the hall floor.
17/11/2021 £4,082 £40,153 BRIGHTON YOGA FOUNDATION Funding was provided towards the extension of their virtual yoga classes and increased community outreach.
17/11/2021 £5,000 FERNEE FOREST CLUB Funding was provided towards project running costs to equip and facilitate exciting opportunities for children of all ages to inspire life long relationships with the great outdoors and encourage people to value and protect local green spaces.
17/11/2021 £5,000 £100,192 LEWES DISTRICT CHURCHES HOMELINK Funding was provided to cover additional staff costs linked to increased demand from COVID 19.
17/11/2021 £4,950 £133,045 WARMING UP THE HOMELESS Funding was provided for breakfast packs.
17/11/2021 £4,800 £25,341 PARKFIELD EQUINE SOLUTIONS Funding was provided to support places for local NHS staff to attend their courses and provide them with mental health support.
17/11/2021 £5,000 £23,904 THE FRIENDS OF HALSFORD PARK SCHOOL Funding was provided for a new trim trail on their Key Stage 2 playground.
17/11/2021 £3,700 SUNFLOWER GROUP Funding was provided towards free family activities, 6 monthly self-care/nurture sessions for parent carers and staff costs.
17/11/2021 £6,075 £572,359 INDEPENDENT PROVIDER OF SPECIAL EDUCATION ADVICE (KNOWN AS IPSEA) Funding was provided towards the cost of offering their services to families in Sussex.
17/11/2021 £3,500 ST GEORGE'S CHURCH DONNINGTON Funding was provided to enable them to develop their volunteers and offer additional activities.
17/11/2021 £5,000 RENEGADES YOUTH CLUB Funding was provided towards core costs.
17/11/2021 £5,000 £1,062 BRIGHTONSOUP Funding was provided for a part-time manager to co-ordinate the project.
17/11/2021 £2,500 £22,741 LISTEN-HEAR! Funding was provided towards venue costs, staff and volunteer training and resources.
17/11/2021 £5,000 £75,124 WOLO FOUNDATION Funding was provided towards core costs.
17/11/2021 £4,980 COMMUNITY COOKING CLUB Funding was provided towards means and weekly cooking lessons for 'at risk' children supported by the Russel Martin Foundation.
17/11/2021 £2,500 TREE ACTION UK Funding was provided to hire part time fundraisers and deliver the tree planting and forest school site development projects.
17/11/2021 £5,000 GROW SELSEY Funding was provided towards staff costs to co-ordinate this group.
17/11/2021 £5,000 £1,073,667 THE WAVE PROJECT Funding was provided to enable them to expand their surf therapy to young poeple in West Sussex and will pay for staff, project and volunteer costs.
17/11/2021 £5,000 VYD Funding was provided for an after school programme aimed at children aged 4-6 in the most deprived areas of Brghton & Hove.
17/11/2021 £4,700 MOULSECOOMB COMMUNITY MARKET Funding was provided towards running costs.
17/11/2021 £3,733 £320,616 RELATE NORTH & SOUTHWEST SUSSEX Funding was provided towards low cost counselling sessions for couples in financial difficulty.
17/11/2021 £5,000 ADUR COMMUNITY GATEWAY Funding was provided for food and hygiene items.
17/11/2021 £5,000 £444,750 ARUN YOUTH PROJECTS Funding was provided towards staff costs of sessional youth workers.
17/11/2021 £4,500 £4,744 BURGESS HILL PANTRY (BURGESS HILL COMMUNITY CUPBOARD CIO) Funding was provided towards the staff costs of their pantry manager.
17/11/2021 £4,400 WORTHING TABLE TENNIS CLUB CIC Funding was provided for a part-time operations manager.
17/11/2021 £2,500 COLEMANS HATCH CRICKET CLUB Funding was provided to enable them to make improvements to the outfield.
17/11/2021 £5,000 WELLIES 2 WORK SOFTWARE Funding was provided to extend their in person training to an online offering.
17/11/2021 £4,157 BOGNOR REGIS SAILING CLUB Funding was provided towards the refurbishment of their changing rooms.
17/11/2021 £4,939 £703,518 BIPOLAR UK - SUSSEX Funding was provided for 2 video peer support groups and face to face meeting in Horsham and Lewes.
17/11/2021 £5,000 £27,877 THE FUTSAL STARS FOUNDATION Funding was provided towards summer camps and after school clubs.
17/11/2021 £4,864 £78,620 POLYMYALGIA RHEUMATICA & GIANT CELL ARTERITIS UK (PMRGCAUK) Funding was provided towards facilitator staff costs.
17/11/2021 £4,964 SEAFORD (SUSSEX) CONTEMPORARY ILLUSTRATORS AND PRINTMAKERS (SCIP) Funding was provided for an outdoor exhibition featuring 10 new pieces of art as part of The Beacon Show.
17/11/2021 £5,000 £13,942 BEXHILL SENIOR CITIZENS CLUB Funding was provided for repairs to their Victorian building.
17/11/2021 £2,500 RAINBOW COMMUNITY PROJECTS Funding was provided for an eight week ecotherapy programme for vulunerable adults.
17/11/2021 £5,000 WINDMILL YOUNG ACTORS Funding was provided towards outreach work with local schools in Hangleton & Knoll and to contribute to the costs of free clubs in Whitehawk, Hollingdean, Tarner and the Central Hub PRU.
17/11/2021 £2,500 EQUINE GENTLING Funding was provided for 6 weekly farrier visits and equipment for activities for young people.
17/11/2021 £4,900 £6,266 TRANSFORMATION CENTRE Funding was provided for a project, bringing together people from Black and Ethnic Minority backgrounds for a monthly meeting.
17/11/2021 £4,612 £83,945 SYNERGY DANCE OUTREACH Funding was provided for a year long programme of Yoga and Mindfullness classes in Littlehampton.
17/11/2021 £10,000 £212,147 BREADWINNERS Funding was provided to take their London model of supporting refugees and people seeking asylum into employment through bread market stalls to Brighton & Hove.
17/11/2021 £5,000 LEWES MEN'S SHED Funding was provided for start up equipment and marketing costs.
17/11/2021 £5,000 WOODINGDEAN HOLY CROSS CHURCH Funding was provided towards running and staff costs.
17/11/2021 £2,925 £8,410 YOGA IN HEALTHCARE ALLIANCE Funding was provided to make the Yoga4Health classes free to those in need.
17/11/2021 £5,000 PRINTERS PLAYHOUSE Funding was provided towards project costs associated with their community day programme.
17/11/2021 £4,985 PHOENIX FOOD HUB Funding was provided for core costs.
17/11/2021 £2,500 WILDHART RADIO CIC Funding was provided for equipment and a merchandise project for volunteers.
17/11/2021 £5,000 £9,433 ABC FUND Funding was provided towards their Christmas pantomime trip, food hampers and children's gifts.
17/11/2021 £2,500 ACORN PREGNANCY COUNSELLING CENTRE Funding was provided towards core costs.
17/11/2021 £4,916 £31,798 MINDFUL ART Funding was provided for a peer mentor facilitator, room hire, one-to-one support and art materials.
17/11/2021 £5,000 BLUEPRINT 22 Funding was provided to develop and adapt the services they offer in line with the post Covid landscape.
17/11/2021 £5,000 BRIGHTON & HOVE FOOD PARTNERSHIP Funding was provided to transform an unused space at Stanmer Wellbeing Gardens into a community outdoor kitchen and therapeutic social space.
17/11/2021 £10,230 £722,480 ROCKINGHORSE Funding was provided for speech testing equipment for 3 audiology departments across Sussex.
17/11/2021 £5,000 £223,392 BRIGHTON UNEMPLOYED CENTRE FAMILIES PROJECT Funding was provided towards the running costs of their families project.
17/11/2021 £5,000 £261,384 BRIGHTON YOUTH CENTRE Funding was provided towards their gaming club for young people.
17/11/2021 £4,996 £25,589 CEDP CHINESE CENTRE Funding was provided to maintain their website, Zoom platform and pay for necessary equipment, workshop trainers and basic administration costs.
17/11/2021 £7,500 £615,084 CITY GATE COMMUNITY PROJECTS (FARESHARE PROJECT) Funding was provided towards core costs.
17/11/2021 £5,000 COMMON CAUSE CO-OPERATIVE Funding was provided towards the costs of providing two therapeutic gardening sessions a week at Lewes House Gardens.
17/11/2021 £4,824 £15,220 COMPASS COMMUNITY ARTS Funding was provided towards additional staffing costs to meet increased demand.
17/11/2021 £5,000 £153,235 HOME-START CHAMS Funding was provided towards increased staff costs to meet demand.
17/11/2021 £6,459 £408,980 DAME VERA LYNN CHILDREN'S CHARITY Funding was provided towards running costs of their conductive education programme.
17/11/2021 £5,000 £396,180 THEODORA CHILDREN'S TRUST Funding was provided towards the cost of their programme at the Royal Alexandra Children's Hospital.
17/11/2021 £6,920 SHINE FOR LIFE Funding was provided towards core costs and a nature based wellbeing programme.
17/11/2021 £5,000 £118,264 SHOREHAM BAPTIST CHURCH (DEBT COUNSELLING CENTRE) Funding was provided towards running costs to keep the centre open.
17/11/2021 £5,000 £47,129 RIVERS LEARNING PROJECT COMMUNITY Funding was provided towards running costs.
17/11/2021 £5,000 £36,310 CHICHESTER CITY CENTRE DROP-IN Funding was provided towards the staff costs of sessional youth workers.
17/11/2021 £5,000 CENTRE FOR ECOTHERAPY Funding was provided towards the staff costs of their administrator.
17/11/2021 £5,000 £139,722 STREETLIGHT Funding was provided towards staff costs of their Sussex Womens Support Worker.
17/11/2021 £5,000 £51,913 ROTHER VALLEY TOGETHER Funding was provided towards core costs.
17/11/2021 £5,000 £671,241 THE GIRLS' NETWORK Funding was provided to support the salary of a dedicated Sussex Network Manager.
17/11/2021 £1,647 £3,268 SEASIDE HOSPITAL RADIO, SOUTHLANDS HOSPITAL Funding was provided to cover day-to-day operation costs.
17/11/2021 £1,500 REMAP - BRIGHTON AND DISTRICT Funding was provided towards equipment, marketing and running costs.
17/11/2021 £1,180 £10,060 MID-DOWNS RADIO Funding was provided to buy a replacement generator for their Outside Events Unit.
17/11/2021 £1,850 ATEAB FUNDS (PREVIOUSLY A TOWN EXPLORES A BOOK COMMUNITY GROUP) Funding was provided towards their 'Choose2bkind' workshop project.
17/11/2021 £2,200 Y:AMHS Funding was provided to set up a parent support group in Crawley and for equipment.
17/11/2021 £1,500 SELSEY’S LITTLE TOTS Funding was provided for new equipment, storage and a fence to enable outdoor play.
17/11/2021 £1,500 WADHURST ALOUD Funding was provided to run a pilot project, “Vocal Uplift” in Sussex: a free zoom choir for those suffering from long Covid.
17/11/2021 £2,000 CORNERSTONE COMMUNITY CENTRE PROJECT: YOGA FOR ME Funding was provided to subsidise teaching and venue costs.
17/11/2021 £800 £45,619 LIAISE @ FRONTLINE Funding was provided towards running costs.
17/11/2021 £1,800 MOULSECOOMB BANGLADESHI WOMEN'S GROUP Funding was for swimming, English and Arabic classes.
17/11/2021 £1,000 SECRET GARDEN GROUP Funding was provided towards gardening tools, material for pond /wildlife development area and new fencing and entry gate.
27/10/2021 £2,500 £26,040 RYE HARBOUR SAILABILITY Funding was provided towards replacing their Sport 16 dinghy with an RS Venture Connect.
27/10/2021 £5,000 £844,966 FAMILY SUPPORT WORK Funding was provided for the continuation of their family support project in Rye.
27/10/2021 £3,000 £23,846 RYE HERITAGE CENTRE CIO (RHC) Funding was provided for a facilities conversion.
27/10/2021 £2,500 £28,276 PETT LEVEL RESCUE BOAT ASSOCIATION Funding was provided to train volunteers and refurbish their beach vehicle.
27/10/2021 £4,000 £5,286 ROTHER RESPONDERS Funding was provided to purchase a new defibrillator for use by their volunteers during emergency calls and for replacement batteries and shock pads for their 20 community sites which can be accessed by the public in an emergency..
27/10/2021 £1,000 IDEN BOWLS CLUB Funding was provided to repaint their clubhouse, remove mould and damp, and to upgrade the electrical system.
27/10/2021 £2,000 RYE SOUTH UNDERCLIFF ALLOTMENT GROUP Funding was provided for the purchase and installation of four additional water dip tanks.
27/10/2021 £1,500 £12,218 IDEN VILLAGE HALL Funding was provided towards construction works to lay out tarmac in the car park.
26/10/2021 £500 MULTICULTURAL COFFEE MORNING Funding was provided for venue hire and refreshments.
26/10/2021 £500 £241,627 ST CUTHMAN'S WHITEHAWK Funding was provided for refreshments and snacks.
26/10/2021 £621 £495,602 HEADWAY SUSSEX Funding was provided to run support sessions led by experienced facilitators.
26/10/2021 £500 FLAMENCO & SPANISH GROUP Funding was provided for Flamenco Tutor's fees and room hire at St. George's Hall.
26/10/2021 £500 £57,869 NEW LIFE CHURCH Funding was provided for their annual Christmas community celebration.
26/10/2021 £500 CIRCUS STARR - STARR IN THE COMMUNITY CIC Funding was provided to enable 30 children and their families to attend their event.
26/10/2021 £500 £42,595 GOOD NEWS BRIGHTON Funding was provided for Chomp Moulescoomb to run five family sessions, covering food costs, event promotion, venue hire and core costs.
26/10/2021 £500 FERNEE FOREST CLUB Funding was provided for their Teen Home-Ed Group.
26/10/2021 £500 BEVENDEAN FOODBANK, COFFEE MORNING & ADVICE CENTRE Funding was requested for Christmas hamper food items, cooking equipment and recipe books.
26/10/2021 £500 THE MANOR GYM CIC Funding was provided for sports activities for the local community during holiday periods.
26/10/2021 £500 VERY LOCAL FOOD HUBS PROJECT Funding was provided for their community conversation and taster events programme in the autumn/winter.
26/10/2021 £500 MOULSECOOMB COMMUNITY MARKET Funding was provided towards Christmas hampers.
26/10/2021 £500 WINDMILL YOUNG ACTORS Funding was provided towards the cost of offering free places at clubs in Whitehawk, Tarner and Hollingdean, and the development of new free clubs in Hangleton & Knoll.
26/10/2021 £500 EAST SIDE PRINT CIC Funding was provided to cover the costs of materials and workshop delivery to develop and grow a pilot project in partnership with the Whitehawk Inn.
26/10/2021 £405 CRAVEN VALE AND WHITEHAWK HILL ALLOTMENT SOCIETY (CVWHAS) Funding was provided to make the area outside the Hub more usable by installing gravel.
26/10/2021 £500 BRIGHTON MALAYALEE ASSOCIATION Funding was provided towards hiring sports facilities for planned kids' activities.
26/10/2021 £500 MAKE A SMILE BRIGHTON Funding was provided for five Disney dress-up costumes.
26/10/2021 £500 £413,804 A BAND OF BROTHERS Funding was provided to establish a venue as a base in East Brighton.
26/10/2021 £500 £212,265 CREW CLUB Funding was provided for volunteer led gardening sessions at thier after school club.
26/10/2021 £500 £44,989 MANOR ROAD GYM SPORTS CLUB Funding was provided for venue hire fees for yoga classes provided in partnership with social prescribing.
26/10/2021 £500 METAMORPHOSIS Funding was provided towards costs of rent and refreshments and art equipment.
26/10/2021 £500 MOULSECOOMB BANGLADESHI WOMEN'S GROUP Funding was provided to run ESOL courses for their members.
26/10/2021 £367 ST GEORGES HALL Funding was provided to replace a bench.
07/09/2021 £4,630 EAST DEAN AND FRISTON CRICKET CLUB Funding was prvided for a new set of cricket covers.
07/09/2021 £2,021 £153,406 BRIGHTON AND HOVE AMATEUR BOXING CLUB Funding was provided towards their youth at risk programme.
07/09/2021 £2,021 CROWBOROUGH ATHLETIC FOOTBALL CLUB Funding was provided for new goals for their youth section.
07/09/2021 £2,000 £51,583 SENSORY SOFT PLAY Funding was provided for their weekly respite sessions.
07/09/2021 £2,021 HAILSHAM SWIMMING CLUB Funding was provided towards core costs.
07/09/2021 £2,000 FUSION DANCE ACADEMY Funding was provided to make alterations to a new venue.
07/09/2021 £2,021 OLD TOWN HUB COMMUNITY INTEREST COMPANY Funding was provided towards core costs.
07/09/2021 £2,021 WESTFIELD CRICKET CLUB Funding was provided towards direct project costs of youth development.
07/09/2021 £2,021 WORTHING TABLE TENNIS CLUB CIC Funding was provided towards core costs.
07/09/2021 £2,021 EASTBOURNE RUGBY CLUB Funding was provided towards direct project costs including equipment and kit.
07/09/2021 £2,000 GROOMBRIDGE TENNIS CLUB Funding was provided towards direct project costs.
07/09/2021 £2,021 COLEMANS HATCH CRICKET CLUB Funding was provided towards direct project costs.
07/09/2021 £2,021 £5,000 SUDANESE COMMUNITY IN SUSSEX Funding was proovided towards direct project costs of swimming and football sessions.
30/07/2021 £500 £44,989 MANOR BOCCIA GROUP Funding was provided for room hire and materials.
26/07/2021 £2,021 WESTERLEIGH JUDOKWAI Funding was provided for new training mats.
26/07/2021 £2,000 BOGNOR REGIS TOWN YOUTH FOOTBALL CLUB Funding was provided towards pitch hire.
26/07/2021 £1,000 APEX BASKETBALL ACADEMY Funding was provided for new equipment to enable them to expand and reach adults and people with disabilities.
26/07/2021 £2,021 VYD Funding was provided for a part-time fundraiser to help meet increasing core costs.
26/07/2021 £2,021 THE CHARITABLE FOOTBALL CLUB Funding was provided to cover project costs.
26/07/2021 £2,021 SOUTH DOWNS HOCKEY CLUB Funding was provided towards core running costs.
26/07/2021 £2,000 £8,237 BRIGHTON HOVE & DISTRICT BATTALION THE BOYS BRIGADE GLYNDE CAMP Funding was provided for equipment.
26/07/2021 £2,021 SOUTH COAST SKATE CLUB CIC Funding was provided towards staff costs.
26/07/2021 £2,021 FRESH YOUTH PERSPECTIVES Funding was provided for a Mentivity Mind Body Football Summer Project.
26/07/2021 £2,021 ALDWICK CRICKET CLUB Funding was provided towards equipment and activity costs.
26/07/2021 £2,000 BEACHY HEAD CYCLING CLUB Funding was provided towards Their Youth Pedal Power group and to build a ladies and girls group.
26/07/2021 £2,021 POLEGATE & STONE CROSS CRICKET CLUB Funding was provided to develop their junior and disability sides.
26/07/2021 £2,021 RUDGWICK FOOTBALL CLUB Funding was provided for kit and equipment.
26/07/2021 £1,500 EAST SUSSEX JUNIOR BADMINTON ACADEMY Funding was provided for kit and equipment.
26/07/2021 £2,021 £48,519 1ST SOUTHBOURNE SEA SCOUTS Funding was provided for paddle boards.
26/07/2021 £2,021 £33,924 SALAAM FOOTBALL CLUB Funding was provided to cover core costs including coaching fees, pitch hire, transport, volunteer expenses and refreshments.
26/07/2021 £2,021 £18,398 STRINGER TRUST Funding was provided towards core costs.
26/07/2021 £2,000 £17,080 WEST SUSSEX ANGLING ACADEMY Funding was provided towards the cost of running 120 inclusive angling sessions for the local community.
16/07/2021 £5,000 £262,118 SAFETY NET Funding was provided to enable them to continue delivering their free SNAP Programme.
16/07/2021 £5,000 £29,426 SAGE COUNSELLING Funding was provided to pay for clinical supervision for volunteer counsellors.
16/07/2021 £10,000 DIVERSITY RESOURCE INTERNATIONAL Funding was provided to support East Sussex based Ethnically Diverse (ED) Communities through the employment of the Race Equality Community Development worker.
16/07/2021 £4,925 SPIN (SINGLE PARENT INFORMATION NETWORK) Funding was provided to enable them to provide a new free service of transport and low cost goods, a new subscription service, progress plans to develop a single parent housing cooperative, cover volunteer expenses, room hire and upgrade IT and communication equipment.
16/07/2021 £10,000 £330,002 SPRINGBOARD PROJECT Funding was provided towards the costs of running their Worthing group.
16/07/2021 £5,000 £108,779 ST JAMES' TRUST (SEAFORD) LTD Funding was provided to enable them to run a befirending project to help reduce isolation and help people return to normal following Covid.
16/07/2021 £4,900 EQUINE PARTNERS CIC Funding was provided to cover their rent.
16/07/2021 £5,000 £264,692 ESTEEM Funding was provided to support the salary costs of a part-time Youth Emotional Support worker.
16/07/2021 £4,600 FIGMENT ARTS CIC Funding was provided to support their lead artist to run the Art and Wellbeing project for groups of NHS workers.
16/07/2021 £4,100 £31,822 FORWARD FACING Funding was provided towards adapted activities for clinically vulnerable families.
16/07/2021 £5,000 £17,453 FRESH START COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION Funding was provided towards overall running costs.
16/07/2021 £5,000 £130,845 OLIVE TREE CANCER SUPPORT CENTRE Funding was provided to support the expansion of their Horsham Information Hub.
16/07/2021 £5,000 £369,271 HASTINGS FURNITURE SERVICE Funding was provided for wi-fi enabled camera feeds and an ICT upgrade.
16/07/2021 £5,000 £114,753 LITTLE GREEN PIG WRITING PROJECT Funding was provided to support core costs.
16/07/2021 £5,760 £30,600 LITTLEHAMPTON SHOPMOBILITY Funding was provided towards funding their Manager's salary.
16/07/2021 £4,920 £35,976 MAYBRIDGE KEYSTONE CLUB Funding was provided to enable them to contract a professional youth worker to run the junior youth club.
16/07/2021 £3,000 £322,068 MIRACLES Funding was provided towards Family Assisted Support to help travel to the caravan, food, local travel, entrance fees to local attractions and some 'pocket money' for the children.
16/07/2021 £5,000 £3,733,567 NEWHAVEN YOUNG PEOPLE'S FORUM Funding was provided for the facilitation of LGBTQ+ Peer wellbeing support groups by supporting room hire, refreshments, and the funding of supporting youth workers.
16/07/2021 £5,000 £46,698 PREGNANCY OPTIONS CENTRE Funding was provided towards core costs in the form of salaries and office rental.
16/07/2021 £5,000 £184,531 PARENTS AND CARERS SUPPORT ORGANISATION (PACSO) Funding was provided towards PACSO's summer playscheme.
16/07/2021 £5,000 £28,276 PETT LEVEL RESCUE BOAT ASSOCIATION Funding was provided to help meet running costs.
16/07/2021 £3,000 £22,070 BLUE VAN VETERANS DROP-IN Funding was provided to support homeless and low income veterans via a Breakfast club, , covering cost of breakfast for WW2 veterans and those on low income.
16/07/2021 £3,722 £115,095 ST HELENS CHURCH & COMMUNITY HALL Funding was provided to help create an accessible wildlife garden for the local community.
16/07/2021 £5,000 BELLTREE MUSIC THERAPY CIC Funding was provided to support the development of a business plan and fundraising strategy.
16/07/2021 £5,000 £14,547 LIVING VITAL Funding was provided to pay a session worker to manage the cooking and carpentry sessions and purchase basic tools and kitchen utensils and solar panels.
16/07/2021 £4,000 SOUTHDOWNS FOLK FESTIVAL Funding was provided to engage tutors, hire rehearsal venues, pay for infrastructure, marketing, evaluation and comply with Covid protocols.
16/07/2021 £5,000 EAST SUSSEX RECOVERY ALLIANCE (ESRA) CIC Funding was provided towards café supervisor salaries.
16/07/2021 £4,437 £337,579 MY SISTERS' HOUSE CIO Funding was provided to support the resumption of peer group meetings in physical space.
16/07/2021 £4,040 £70,340 NEW NOTE PROJECTS Funding was provided towards the running costs of New Note Strummers.
16/07/2021 £5,060 BOGNOR REGIS TOWN YOUTH FOOTBALL CLUB Funding was provided for two ‘6 seater wheeled dugouts’.
16/07/2021 £7,500 £844,966 FAMILY SUPPORT WORK Funding was provided towards practitioner costs and associated costs including equipment, travel costs, materials and resources.
16/07/2021 £7,332 £44,490 GROW PROJECT Funding was provided towards the running costs of their ‘Reconnect’ courses.
16/07/2021 £5,000 FUTURE PROOF CIC Funding was provided towards coaching projects in Peacehaven and Chichester.
16/07/2021 £2,500 ROTARY CLUB OF SEAFORD MARTELLO TRUST FUND Funding was provided towards the costs of running a large fete for 40 local small charities.
16/07/2021 £4,511 £604,967 KAMELIA KIDS DAY NURSERY & BEACH SCHOOL Funding was provided towards running costs.
16/07/2021 £5,000 OVER THE MOON SHOREHAM CIC Funding was provided towards overheads associated with setting up and running a temporary premises.
16/07/2021 £5,000 £12,425 JUBYLEE BAKES CIO Funding was provided to cover annual running costs.
16/07/2021 £5,000 £520,216 NOW! CHARITY GROUP LTD Funding was provided to launch a new Baby Bank project in Lewes.
16/07/2021 £5,000 BRIGHTON PEOPLE'S THEATRE Funding was provided to run professionally led drama workshops and visits to local theatre productions.
16/07/2021 £3,220 £9,892 EURO-MEDITERRANEAN RESOURCES NETWORK Funding was provided towards the running costs of workshops and training sessions.
16/07/2021 £5,000 £88,525 MAKING IT OUT CIO Funding was provided towards staff costs, materials and transport for their pilot programme.
16/07/2021 £5,000 £113,711 SPEAR BRIGHTON TRUST Funding was provided to cover the cost of salaries and resources.
16/07/2021 £5,000 NETWORK OF INTERNATIONAL WOMEN OF BRIGHTON & HOVE Funding was provided for laptops and basic IT training and ongoing support.
16/07/2021 £5,000 £24,769 PELICAN PARCELS Funding was provided towards core costs to support rent and running expenditure to meet the continued and growing demand for their service.
16/07/2021 £4,600 TOT ROCKIN BEATS CIC Funding was provided to manage and run their club and to purchase new equipment to relaunch their physical playdate clubs.
16/07/2021 £5,000 £10,683 THE 39 CLUB Funding was provided for a professional youth worker to open an additional session at the club, aimed at 13-18 year olds.
16/07/2021 £5,000 £93,116 HOPE INTO ACTION: MID SUSSEX Funding was provided towards the salary of a part time 'Empowerment Worker'.
16/07/2021 £6,854 £720,154 MOMENTUM CHILDREN'S CHARITY Funding was provided to support a Family Support Worker.
16/07/2021 £5,000 SELSEY WELLBEING SERVICES Funding was provided towards running costs.
16/07/2021 £5,000 £5,477 WINGS TO FLY Funding was provided to run creative cultural events.
16/07/2021 £5,000 £259,486 YOU RAISE ME UP (YRMU) Funding was provided towards sustaining the Support Centre, which is a drop in for anyone feeling grief or suffering from mental health issues.
16/07/2021 £4,976 CRIMSHAM FARM CIC Funding was provided to expand and improve their ‘Community Grow Space’.
16/07/2021 £2,874 FLEDGLINGS OUTDOOR PLAY Funding was provided for subsidised sessions to local families from East Brighton and to install permanent wooden posts, enabling a shelter to be errected quickly in rainy or very sunny weather.
16/07/2021 £5,000 SELSEY MONEY SUPPORT Funding was provided towards running costs to continue the service for a further year.
16/07/2021 £5,000 £500,569 THE NEUROKINEX CHARITABLE TRUST Funding was provided to repair their lift which is absolutely essential in allowing children who are all wheelchair users to access their programmes.
16/07/2021 £5,000 ARTS ON PRESCRIPTION CIC Funding was provided to enable them to continue delivery of their funded art for wellbeing sessions in response to high demand.
16/07/2021 £5,000 SOCIALLY ENGAGED ART SALON Funding was provided to cover the core costs for SEAS to enable them to plan, produce and execute an arts programme at the BMECP, the new LGBTQ+ Ledward Centre and the Jubilee Library.
16/07/2021 £4,160 WISHING WELL MUSIC FOR HEALTH Funding was provided to create a participatory music programme for older patients, families and staff on the Care of the Elderly wards at Royal Sussex County Hospital (RSCH), Brighton.
16/07/2021 £5,000 £29,890 MEN TALKHEALTH Funding was provided towards the cost of a sessional P/T Project Manager.
16/07/2021 £3,960 £14,663 SENSORY SOFT PLAY Funding was provided for a 4 day Summer Holiday club and a funded day trip out.
16/07/2021 £5,000 LITHUANIAN COMMUNITY OF SOUTH COAST Funding was provided to support organising cultural, educational and mindfulness residential summer camp activities, and would cover the main cost of running the camp.
16/07/2021 £2,500 FOOTBRIDGE PROJECT Funding was provided to digitally reproduce the works to be applied to the walls along the length of the footbridge and banners to promote the gallery.
16/07/2021 £5,000 £219,908 RESOURCE CENTRE Funding was provided towards supporting groups whose usual activities and systems have been disrupted by the pandemic.
16/07/2021 £3,000 HADLOW DOWN PARISH MAGAZINE Funding was provided towards printer costs and volunteer expenses to enable them to continue to offer the magazine for the next year and print 400 copies per month.
16/07/2021 £5,000 £382,491 PHOENIX ART SPACE Funding was provided towards their street art project.
16/07/2021 £5,000 BAGS OF TASTE Funding was provided for a home mentoring cooking course.
16/07/2021 £3,000 COWFOLD COMMUNITY POOL Funding was provided towards staff cost and to train additional people to be able to offer support.
16/07/2021 £5,000 CRAWLEY FILM INITIATIVE Funding was provided towards producing a set of films to help members tackle topical themes within the local communtiy.
16/07/2021 £4,000 £5,054 MUSIC FOR THE MEMORY Funding was provided to purchase equipment to enable them to continue to offer this service.
16/07/2021 £5,000 £17,534 RAISE YOUR VOICE Funding was provided towards hall hire, singer and pianist fees, equipment, printing, correspondence and DBS checks for staff and volunteers.
16/07/2021 £5,000 £312,006 CHANGING TUNES Funding was provided for Covid-secure group music sessions and one-to-ones at HMP Ford.
16/07/2021 £5,000 SELSEY EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Funding was provided to appoint an employment coordinator.
16/07/2021 £5,000 £205,538 FACE FRONT INCLUSIVE THEATRE Funding was provided to enable them to bring their play to 160 disabled young people and their parents/carers and teachers/TAs in Brighton.
16/07/2021 £5,000 ARTICLE12ARTS Funding was provided towards their arts projects with accompanying workshops.
16/07/2021 £4,400 SOUTH COAST SKATE CLUB CIC Funding was provided to fund an instructor so they can reach out to the most deprived areas in West Sussex.
16/07/2021 £5,000 £2,858,540 RED BALLOON LEARNER CENTRE GROUP Funding was provided to open a new Red Balloon Centre in West Sussex, and strengthen their fundraising strategy.
16/07/2021 £5,000 SWEETSHOP REVOLUTION CIC Funding was provided for workshops for older people in these care homes.
16/07/2021 £5,000 £282,451 BRIGHTON & HOVE WOOD RECYCLING PROJECT (BHWRP) Funding was provided to cover computer equipment and volunteer training.
16/07/2021 £5,000 £17,403 SUSSEX FEDERATION OF YOUNG FARMERS' CLUBS Funding was provided towards staff costs.
16/07/2021 £5,000 £70,222 OXMARKET GALLERY Funding was provided for volunteer development to help the organisation recover income lost during covid.
16/07/2021 £3,500 NEW FRIENDS OF HORSHAM PARK Funding was provided for the refurbishment of their sensory garden.
16/07/2021 £5,000 WELL-BEING TREE Funding was provided towards the costs involved in delivering creative/personal development sessions for vulnerable adults culminating in an exhibition.
16/07/2021 £5,000 £3,840 UNDERWIRED THEATRE Funding was provided towards the cost of developing an inclusive muilti-sensory musical for disabled children and their families, disadvantaged families.
16/07/2021 £4,995 LOCAL SUSTAINABLE CIC Funding was provided to support the initial set-up and and cover necessary infrastructure costs essential for hosting groups in readiness to launch the Spring Rise Community Smallholding.
16/07/2021 £4,999 CHILDREN'S FOREST LTD Funding was provided to enable Children's Forest to test and pilot their new community planting course with local residents.
16/07/2021 £5,000 £29,532 B&H FAITH IN ACTION Funding was provided for seed funding for BHFA’s proposed befriending faith partnership, street support and towards office costs and other overheads including insurance and monthly rent.
16/07/2021 £5,000 SUDHAN WELFARE SOCIETY Funding was provided for start up costs, equipment and ongoing costs to keep SWS running.
16/07/2021 £4,400 CRAWLEY MODEL ENGINEERS Funding was provided to upgrade track to include a no-tip rail, refurbishment of tracks and supports, fence off parts of the track and improve workshop and storage facilities.
16/07/2021 £2,500 NO PLANET B INITIATIVE CIC Funding was provided for a new series of workshops that will take place over 14 weeks in the run up to a performance.
16/07/2021 £5,000 £398,088 EMSWORTH CHRISTIAN CHURCH TRUST Funding was provided towards annual running costs.
16/07/2021 £3,206 ADUR SAILING CLUB Funding was provided to purchase a new dinghy.
16/07/2021 £3,300 £17,722 AGE CONCERN SOUTHBOURNE AND DISTRICT Funding was provided towards running costs and to help meet COVID guidelines.
16/07/2021 £5,000 £181,376 BRIGHTON & HOVE LGBT SWITCHBOARD Funding was provided to support the continuation of their Grief Encounters project.
16/07/2021 £4,750 £16,524 CHICHESTER YOUTH ADVENTURE TRUST Funding was provided for felling of diseased ash trees, fencing, gates, styles, whips (infant trees), planting, outdoor equipment and enhanced landscaping.
16/07/2021 £5,000 £683,657 CLOCK TOWER SANCTUARY Funding was provided to contribute to the salary of their Operations Manager.
16/07/2021 £5,000 £50,849 WAVES SEAFORD LTD Funding was provided to pay the costs of their Family Support Worker.
16/07/2021 £4,950 £188,791 COUNSELLING PLUS COMMUNITY Funding was provided towards their hardship fund.
16/07/2021 £5,000 MAIDENBOWER PARK COMMUNITY CLUB CIC Funding was provided to employ a part-time Volunteer Co-ordinator.
16/07/2021 £5,000 £283,581 EAST SUSSEX ASSOCIATION OF BLIND AND PARTIALLY SIGHTED PEOPLE (ESAB) Funding was provided for a Post Covid Support Project .
16/07/2021 £5,000 £649,509 ONE CHURCH BRIGHTON Funding was provided for 6 x therapeutic cookery workshops days.
16/07/2021 £2,680 £170,370 MATTHEW 25 MISSION Funding was provided for IT equipment and training at their centre.
16/07/2021 £5,000 £718,368 COMMUNITY TRANSPORT FOR THE LEWES AREA (CTLA) Funding was provided to assist with the continuation of all services provided at CTLA.
16/07/2021 £5,000 £35,471 TYLER'S TRUST Funding was provided to support the cost of key staff members for the year.
16/07/2021 £2,187 HEART OF HASTINGS CLT LTD Funding was provided towards running costs for Hastings Community library of things.
16/07/2021 £1,000 POSITIVE ROUTES TO WELLBEING C.I.C. Funding was provided to support costs of an administrator, offer CPD training to the volunteers and supervision costs.
16/07/2021 £2,000 BILLINGSHURST STREET PASTORS Funding was provided for the ongoing work of BSP, including training and uniforms.
16/07/2021 £1,500 BEXHILL & SIDLEY WALKING CRICKET CLUBS Funding was provided towards the hire of Bexhill Leisure Centre for the twice weekly sessions.
16/07/2021 £2,100 £16,382 BURGESS HILL SHED Funding was provided towards a refurbishment to enable them to extend capacity and the range of activities it provides.
16/07/2021 £750 ADUR COLLECTIVE COMMUNITY LAND TRUST Funding was provided for business insurance costs, public liability and professional indemnity and to purchase a laptop with Microsoft Office package, anti virus protection and cloud storage and NCLTN membership.
16/07/2021 £1,500 SUTTON BOWLS CLUB Funding was provided for junior equipment and an accessible toilet.
16/07/2021 £2,000 £3,203 BOSHAM YOUTH CENTRE TRUST Funding was provided towards the running costs of the Club and two part time youth workers.
16/07/2021 £500 £15,965 MID SUSSEX RIDING FOR THE DISABLED Funding was provided towards running costs.
16/07/2021 £500 £3,953 ARTSPACE BRIGHTON Funding was provided for the costs involved in supporting members to attend local arts exhibiltions and events.
16/07/2021 £1,575 £20,595 SKY FULL OF STORIES Funding was provided for new equipment and instruments to support their return to regular sessions.
15/07/2021 £5,000 £33,924 SALAAM FOOTBALL CLUB Funding was provided towards their summer team-building trip, new football kit and boots, equipment and refresher training for volunteer coaches. They will also organise a community tournament and pay for pitch hire, coaching fees, transport and refreshments.
07/07/2021 £9,600 £5,636 WORTHING VEGAN FOOD BANK Worthing Vegan Foodbank provides a volunteer run food parcel and food service scheme set up to fight food waste. They currently support around 100 people on a weekly basis and have been growing in beneficiary numbers consistently since they established in March 2020. Funding was provided to help them secure the provision of food and personal hygiene items for those in need, including covering some of the transport cost for the most vulnerable.
07/07/2021 £10,000 £369,271 HASTINGS FURNITURE SERVICE LIMITED Hastings Furniture Service helps people to affordably furnish and decorate their homes. They do this by collecting unwanted but re-useable furniture and household goods, selling them at a heavily discounted rate, to people on low incomes in Hastings and Rother. Funding was provided to help re-establish their volunteer project which trains unemployed people in various aspects of the retail trade.
07/07/2021 £8,100 STONEHAM BAKEHOUSE CIC Stoneham Bakehouse is a community bakery where bread is baked and sold by the community to the community through a team of volunteers on a weekly basis. Bread sales support the work of this organisation through the therapeutic art of bread making for carers, refugees and older people. Funding was provided to support baking workshops for the over 55's for a year.
07/07/2021 £9,678 £720,154 MOMENTUM CHILDREN'S CHARITY Momentum Children's Charity works in partnership with local NHS hospitals to enable families to cope more easily with the issues they face around supporting a child with cancer of a life-challenging condition. Funding was provided to enable them to offer a range of bespoke support to 31 families living in Sussex.
07/07/2021 £9,300 WHISTLESTOP ARTS, DRILL HALL STUDIOS Whistlestop Arts is a community arts organisation working across Sussex to engage with vulnerable people in activities that have a positive impact on their confidence, health and well-being. Funding was provided for a range of day trips for older people including immersive activities, crafts and activities in Horsham Park.
07/07/2021 £9,985 £751,912 LITTLE GATE FARM Little Gate Farm is a registered charity which supports adults and children with Learning Disabilities & Autism. Their goal is to create opportunities for paid work for people who are currently excluded from employment. Funding was provided to support their mental Health & Wellbeing project designed as a response to the Covid-19 pandemic and the difficulties being suffered by staff and work trainees in light of this.
07/07/2021 £6,708 £462,641 FABRICA Fabrica is a popular contemporary arts gallery and charity in Brighton. Funding was provided for their 'Men Who Make' project – a bespoke initiative developed out of learning and extensive experience delivering mental health and wellbeing projects, while offering new approaches to support men at risk across the city. It will enable them to deliver 12 creative wellbeing sessions over summer and autumn 2021.
07/07/2021 £9,960 £188,791 COUNSELLING PLUS COMMUNITY CPC provides professional counselling, remotely or in person, for clients with a wide range of challenging mental health issues. They passionately believe no-one should be excluded from the service because they are unable to make a financial contribution. Funding was provided to enable them to support and assist 24 people who have made plans for suicide or survived a recent attempt this year.
07/07/2021 £10,000 £50,624 AS YOU ARE CENTRE The As You Are centres provides free and low cost psychological support to individuals, couples and families, including low cost counselling, relationship and family therapy and therapeutic groups and survivors of domestic abuse. They also work with other organisations to provide eating disorder groups, including a female only group. Funding was provided to run a series of online and face to face therapeutic groups over 12 months to cope with increased demand.
07/07/2021 £10,000 £139,722 STREETLIGHT Streetlight UK provides specialist support for women involved in prostitution and all forms of sexual violence and exploitation, including those trafficked into the sex trade, providing tangible and material pathways for women to exit prostitution. They offer a non-discriminatory, confidential 1-2-1 service, enabling women to regain control of their lives. Funding was provided towards the salary costs of a Sussex Women's Support Worker, over a 12 month period.
07/07/2021 £8,949 BELLTREE MUSIC THERAPY CIC Belltree Music Therapy CIC is the only Music Therapy service in Brighton and Hove which provides Music Therapy to some of the most vulnerable children and adults across the city. They deliver music therapy sessions to individuals and groups across a range of settings, and arts in health activities. Funding was provided for a project involving Brighton Women's Centre (BWC) enabling women they support to access music therapy interventions.
07/07/2021 £6,000 £32,078 BATTLE FESTIVAL Battle Festival is a month long, annual arts and music festival running throughout October in Battle, East Sussex. Now in its fifth year, it offers family friendly activities and events and aims to bring the whole community together through this work. Funding was provided towards the costs associated with putting on the festival this year.
07/07/2021 £10,000 BRIGHTON FOOD FACTORY Brighton Food Factory provides at-cost, distribution to social organisations in Greater Brighton and the urban centre serving marginalised communities with affordable/free food; cooked, subsidised cafés and food parcels/boxes plus donations. They are part of the Emergency Food Response. Funding was provided to enable them to provide a drive, van and administrator to manage orders, collections and deliveries.
07/07/2021 £9,900 £49,500 OROMO COMMUNITY IN BRIGHTON AND HOVE Oromo Community in Brighton and Hove provides support for Oromo refugees and is run entirely by member volunteers. They provide health, social and educational activities for members, including a weekly Saturday school for children. Funding was provided for emergency support for 18 families and 11 single people who are facing acute financial hardship as a result of COVID.
07/07/2021 £9,986 EQUINE PARTNERS CIC Equine Partners provide Equine Assisted Learning for children and their families when life presents challenges. They provide learning opportunities and support for families who are getting in touch with mental health difficulties for their children and teenagers. Funding was provided to train new volunteers and help to cover staff costs as operations resume after a difficult year.
07/07/2021 £10,000 POSITIVE ROUTES TO WELLBEING C.I.C. Positive Routes to Wellbeing supports the mental health and wellbeing of local communities. They do this by providing classes, counselling and other sessions which give people strategies and coping skills to help manage every day stresses. Funding was provided towards their accessible counselling service for the local community, many of whom have been affected by COVID.
07/07/2021 £9,460 £10,456 TREASURE BASKET ASSOCIATION The Treasure Basket Association is a small children's association that provides access to play therapy for children aged 4-11. They support emotional and behavioural difficulties through the provision of therapy and by mentoring families. Funding was provided to enable them to extend their intervention at Hawthorn School by placing a therapist there for 1 day a week for a year to deliver 156 Play Therapy sessions.
07/07/2021 £10,000 BEVENDEAN COMMUNITY PUB The Bevy supplies a Meals on Wheels Service, to provide food and safe personal contact for the most vulnerable people across East Brighton. Hot meals are cooked in the Bevy kitchen by trained chefs and young people with learning disabilities from St John's College. Funding was provided to support the costs of the coordinator and trained chef/tutor, along with the utility costs of producing the meals and the transport costs associated with delivery.
07/07/2021 £10,000 £55,666 HOLDING SPACE Holding Space provides support for families (parents, carers, children) who are struggling with their mental health; particularly those who are unable to access NHS support and treatment. They provide a safe, confidential space for them to connect, talk and be supported. They also provide early intervention and therapy. Funding was provided to help them to run a programme for parents/carers of adolescents who struggle with their mental health.
07/07/2021 £10,000 £266,084 SAFETY NET Safety Net support vulnerable children, disadvantaged by adverse childhood experiences including: domestic violence, separated parents, mental illness. Children are referred by schools/social workers but who don’t reach the threshold for statutory support. Funding was provided for the roll out of BRAVE: their new programme for vulnerable and at-risk children under 14 years old who are experiencing specific emotional/behavioural issues which have arisen/worsened as a result of Covid19.
07/07/2021 £10,000 £328,084 UKHARVEST Unharvests collects and redistributes surplus food to vulnerable people in the community. With increased demand since COVID they are now moving towards supporting community activities to address mental and physical wellbeing through fun and educational learning activities to reduce dependency on food banks, reduce food waste and improve nutrition. Funding was provided to support fun food poverty prevention activities.
07/07/2021 £10,000 BROADWATER SUPPORT GROUP CIC Broadwater Support Group aims to provide a community space to help alleviate some of the effects of deprivation and isolation suffered by many in Worthing. Funding was provided towards core costs to enable them to deliver a variety of activities and support from a free shop premises they have leased.
07/07/2021 £10,000 £306,832 EAST SUSSEX RECOVERY ALLIANCE (ESRA) CIC East Sussex recovery Alliance supports people in recovery from drugs and alcohol, reducing isolation and increasing engagement in purposeful activity. Funding was provided to enable them to employ a support worker for 20 hours a week to work specifically with people with complex needs who are leaving hospital to help them reconnect with services and support from ESRA to assist them in their recovery.
07/07/2021 £10,000 £15,020 PELICAN PARCELS PELICAN PARCELS works in Brighton & Hove to recycle pre-loved essential items for babies and primary school aged children. Funding was provided towards core costs to help them cover rent and running costs.
07/07/2021 £10,000 £6,131 BENTSWOOD COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP Bentswood Community Partnership exists to make Benstwood a better place to live, to promote a thriving community, supported by a strong partnership of various agencies and local groups to support the needs of local people. Funding was provided for a large secure kiosk to house their community larder, located within the garden of the Bentswood Hub.
07/07/2021 £4,227 £127,809 CHILDREN WITH CANCER FUND (POLEGATE) The Children with Cancer Fund (CWCF) support families affected by childhood cancer across East Sussex, Brighton and Hove. A key aim is to unite families with a child who has/had cancer through exciting local events, helping to reduce feelings of loneliness and isolation. Funding was provided towards a series of COVID safe family events.
07/07/2021 £6,500 WARMING UP THE HOMELESS Warming up the Homeless supports vulnerable men, women and children experiencing homelessness, food poverty and social isolation in Hastings, St Leonards, Eastbourne and Bexhill. Funding was provided to enable them to provide a Sunday Supper Club in partnership with the Salvation Army in Hastings for one year.
07/07/2021 £5,000 UCKFIELD COMMUNITY FRIDGE CIC Uckfield Community Fridge CIC provides fresh perishable food items for the local community which are diverted from waste. Funding was provided to help them establish themselves and run for the first year of operation and help with construction costs.
07/07/2021 £9,660 £137,771 MID SUSSEX VOLUNTARY ACTION Mid Sussex Voluntary Action is the infrastructure body for this part of West Sussex. Funding was provided for costs associated with running a community café and kitchen in Burgess Hill to help people reconnect after the pandemic. The cafe will offer courses, foodbank facilities and online support via digital champions.
07/07/2021 £10,000 DIVERSITY LEWES Diversity Lewes is a Black Ethnic Minority led community interest group that works with schools, colleges, universities, local government departments and Sussex police to build awareness of racial discrimination and to support diversity in the area. Funding was provided to support a series of events as well as providing some money towards organisational running costs.
07/07/2021 £10,000 £122,602 ELECTRIC STORM YOUTH LTD Electric Storm Youth provide recreational and leisure time activities and support which aims to develop skills, capacities and capabilities to enable young people to participate in society as mature and responsible individuals. As a result of the pandemic, they have identified an increasing need to focus on mental health support for young people. Funding was provided for a series of workshops, counselling and therapy sessions.
07/07/2021 £10,000 DEFIANT SPORTS Defiant Sports believe in the positive effects of sport on wellbeing, aiming to create an inclusive community giving everyone the opportunity to participate regardless of health, disability, wealth, anxiety or ability. They offer sport sessions, volunteering and paid staff opportunities with training and development . Funding was provided for the first ever Eastbourne Festival of Accessible Sport.
07/07/2021 £500 KEMP TOWN GARDENING AND COMMUNITY GROUP Funding was provided for hanging baskets for all of the lampposts in the three streets which includes regular watering of them throughout the summer.
01/07/2021 £500 MASCOT Funding was provided to deliver a group for autistic primary-school aged girls in East Brighton.
01/07/2021 £500 FRIDAY FRIENDS COMMUNITY GROUP Funding was provided for a raffle, buffet and entertainment for their Welcome Back Festivities to to kick start their return from COVID lockdown.
01/07/2021 £500 £131,728 KIDZ KLUB BRIGHTON & HOVE (REGISTERED CHARITY SINCE 2008) Funding was provided to cover the costs of essential equipment and outings for one year.
01/07/2021 £500 £51,802 PELICAN PARCELS Funding was provided towards the work Pelican Parcels do in East Brighton.
01/07/2021 £500 SEDS SUSSEX EHLERS-DANLOS SYNDROMES AND HYPERMOBILITY SUPPORT GROUP Funding was provided for EDS and HSD specialists
01/07/2021 £500 SUNFLOWER GROUP Funding was provided towards a a family Summer 2021 outing at Drusillas Park.
01/07/2021 £500 WHITEHAWK FOOTBALL CLUB Funding was requested towards establishing a Whitehawk bee colony.
01/07/2021 £500 THE MANOR GYM CIC Funding was provided for facility hire, flood light 3G full pitch and bibs and footballs.
01/07/2021 £500 MOULSECOOMB SKATEPARK GROUP Funding was provided for venue hire, skateboard coaches, snacks and prizes for their skate event.
01/07/2021 £500 FRIENDS OF MAGGIE'S CORNER Funding was provided to run community engagement activities with local families around Maggie's Corner playground.
01/07/2021 £500 THE VIEW FC Funding was provided towards equipment and a football kit for the ladies team.
01/07/2021 £500 SPARK Funding was provided to enable Spark to host a treasure hunt in Saunders Park.
01/07/2021 £500 WHITEHAWK UNITED FC Funding was provided towards equipment and pitch fees to run ‘Whitehawk United Kick About’.
01/07/2021 £500 MAKING OUR MARK! Funding was provided towards art workshops for teenagers.
01/07/2021 £500 OUR SLOW SALON Funding was provided towards a Clothes Swap and Food workshop.
01/07/2021 £500 £44,989 MANOR BOCCIA GROUP Funding was provided for room hire and lunch supplies.
01/07/2021 £2,000 £207,600 RESOURCE CENTRE Funding was provided for Resource Centre support.
21/06/2021 £1,000 EAST BRIGHTON FOOD CO-OPERATIVE Funding was provided to cover basic lunch club costs, volunteer expenses, food and transport costs.
21/06/2021 £500 FLOCK THEATRE MAKERS Funding was provided to enable Flock Theatre Makers to perform their show and offer free and subsidised tickets.
21/06/2021 £500 1ST WHITEHAWK GUIDE COMPANY Funding was provided towards costs for uniform, resources and activities to enable 1st Brighton Brownies to reopen.
21/06/2021 £500 1ST WHITEHAWK GUIDE COMPANY Funding was provided towards costs for uniform, resources and activities to enable 1st Brighton Guides to reopen.
21/06/2021 £500 BRIGHTON & HOVE FOOD PARTNERSHIP Funding was provided for refreshments, printing materials, woodchip and an activity leader to run their “Love your Local Park” volunteer day.
21/06/2021 £500 £293,659 BRIGHTON AND HOVE SPEAK OUT Funding was provided towards workshops and activities at Speak Out East's Drop-In sessions.
21/06/2021 £500 £20,063 BRIGHTON PEACE AND ENVIRONMENT CENTRE Funding was provided to purchase 500 LED light bulbs for very low income residents living in Moulsecoomb and in Whitehawk.
21/06/2021 £500 £619,258 CITY GATE COMMUNITY PROJECTS (FARESHARE PROJECT) Funding was provided to enable FareShare Sussex to provide the resources to create 2000 meals for vulnerable people in food poverty across East Brighton.
21/06/2021 £500 £17,794 FRESH START COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION Funding was provided towards running costs.
16/06/2021 £10,000 £541,670 BRIGHTON WOMEN'S CENTRE Brighton Women's Centre advocates for women by working in partnership and leading on the development of women centred policy and practice. Funding was provided to enable them to build capacity of their Women's Accommodation Support Service.
14/06/2021 £10,000 TUBBS COMPUTER SUPPLIES Tubbs Computer Supplies refurbish and give away free computers to vulnerable people, helping to close the digital divide. Funding was provided towards organisational running costs for a year.
11/06/2021 £5,000 £61,809 SUSSEX HOMELESS SUPPORT Sussex Homeless Support provide hot meals and food parcels to homeless people in Brighton and Sussex. They deliver support and essentials to the homeless community of Brighton and Sussex. Including vulnerable people in temporary accommodation. Funding was provided towards the costs of running their street kitchen, foodbank and delivery service.
11/06/2021 £10,000 £314,198 BRIGHTON & HOVE CITY MISSION Brighton and Hove City Mission (BHCM) is a Christian charity founded in 1849 that is made up of three teams. One team is Brighton Food Bank, who alleviate the impact of financial crisis on individuals and families, helping up to 90 clients per week who are in temporary accommodation. Funding was provided for staff costs, rent, insurance, food and essential items for this team.
11/06/2021 £10,000 £1,621,653 FEGANS Fegans provide counselling and support to vulnerable children and families affected by issues including anxiety, bullying and domestic violence. Funding was provided to give vital support for struggling families in East Sussex by providing a parenting intervention programme to transform family life for 24 families, including an Early Bird Intervention programme.
11/06/2021 £3,000 £27,656 SUSSEX SEARCH AND RESCUE Sussex Search and Rescue is the primary volunteer resource used by Sussex Police in the search and rescue of vulnerable people. Funding was provided towards their normal operating costs during 2021.
11/06/2021 £10,000 £54,958 CROWBOROUGH FOR YOUNG PEOPLE LTD Crowborough for Young People Clued-up Information Shop offers a free and confidential service to young people 11 - 25, to assist with their needs for Information, Advice, Emotional Support and Sexual Health. Funding was provided towards core costs and additional staff hours for a part-time Youth Work Advisor.
11/06/2021 £10,000 £93,176 HASTINGS AREA COMMUNITY TRUST Hastings Area Community Trust provides grants to people in need. It also provides accommodation to other local charities, the income from which meets its running costs. Funding was provided for additional food and a part-time support worker to extend the help they offer by providing information, advice and signposting in response to client needs.
11/06/2021 £9,434 EAST SUSSEX CREDIT UNION East Sussex Credit Union is a not-for-profit savings and loans co-operative open to all people living and working in East Sussex, Brighton & Hove and all members of Unite the Union in the South East Region. Funding was provided to help with the roll out of their Savings Goals account which helps people to manage their savings by setting targets.
11/06/2021 £10,000 £201,002 THE SUSSEX ASSOCIATION FOR SPINA BIFIDA AND HYDROCEPHALUS Sussex Association for Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus (SASBAH) provide lifelong support for over 1,000 people of all ages in Sussex, affected by these conditions. They support their families and carers and extend elements of their service to those with certain other physical, sensory or learning disabilities. Funding was provided to develop their Digital Services offer to encompass social inclusion as well as advice and advocacy.
11/06/2021 £10,000 £121,997 REACHING FAMILIES LIMITED Reaching Families work to "empower, inform and support parents and families of children and young people with special educational needs in West Sussex." They deliver information, training and peer support for parent-carers. Funding was provided towards the expansion of three services over the course of 2021/22 that promote mental health and well-being in parent-carers who have struggled as a result of the covid pandemic.
11/06/2021 £9,996 £5,477 WINGS TO FLY Wings to Fly supports the village Primary School (St Marks) and aims to promote and provide mutually beneficial activities and opportunities for people of all ages and abilities within the village of Hadlow and neighbouring communities. Funding was provided to enable them to provide a mental health and wellbeing programme via Skype for the pupils of St Marks School and children of Hadlow Down Village in need of support.
11/06/2021 £8,927 YOUNG PEOPLES SUPPORT NETWORK Young People's Support network provide counselling support to young people across East Sussex and Brighton and Hove. They had to rapidly shift delivery from mostly 'face to face' to a mixture of online(video/telephone/email support) and 'face to face' support during the pandemic. Funding was provided towards core funding to allow the organisation to respond to the increasing need as a result of the pandemic.
11/06/2021 £9,994 £912,752 FRIENDS, FAMILIES AND TRAVELLERS Friends, Families and Travellers are a community led charity in Sussex. Their vision is to end discrimination and achieve equitable treatment of Gypsy, Roma and Traveller communities. Funding was provided to help Gypsies and Travellers in East and West Sussex improve their mental health and emotional well-being through a 12 month project delivering meet ups, case work and social media support.
11/06/2021 £10,000 £355,910 ST NICHOLAS CHURCH St. Nicholas Church in partnership with Arundel Town Council, played a central role in the provision of two Arundel wide Covid-19 response programmes – the Arundel Community Support Hub and Arundel Community Aid. Funding was provided to support the Parish Administrator post, a role which acts as a full time reference point for people seeking support and for those volunteering aid.
11/06/2021 £10,000 £247,936 TARNER COMMUNITY PROJECT The Tarner Community Project supports those families experiencing especially high levels of deprivation. They deliver after school open access youth provision - a weekly football session and a dedicated young women’s support group. Funding was provided to enable the continuation and development of much needed projects.
11/06/2021 £9,980 £28,656 ART IN MIND Art in Mind are a Brighton based group for young people with experience of mental health issues who are passionate about raising awareness thorough art. Funding was provided to set up a women only art group to focus on issues that affect them.
11/06/2021 £7,500 £247,106 JIGSAW(SOUTHEAST) Jigsaw support children and young people who have been bereaved of a close family member or who have a family member with a life-limiting condition and a prognosis of 12- 18 months. They also run a training programme for schools and other professionals. Funding was provided towards the additional running costs of the expansion of their work in Sussex, both in numbers and geographically.
11/06/2021 £10,000 £18,731 U CAN SPRAY CIO U CAN Spray creates inclusive arts experiences to positively impact individuals and communities. They have been working to support young people with mental health and social isolation issues due to the Covid crisis and school closures. Funding was provided towards core costs and running costs to scale up their work to meet increased demand.
11/06/2021 £10,000 £46,698 PREGNANCY OPTIONS CENTRE Pregnancy Options Centre provides free, unbiased counselling to anyone facing unplanned pregnancy or struggling after a pregnancy loss, such as a miscarriage, stillbirth, ectopic pregnancy, therapeutic termination or an abortion. They also deliver interactive educational workshops to young people on healthy relationships, STI's and contraception, consent, online safety and pregnancy. Funding was provided towards staff/running costs for a year.
11/06/2021 £9,600 £67,303 CASCADE CREATIVE RECOVERY Cascade is a peer-led, volunteer-based organisation that supports people in long-term recovery from addiction. Cascade Cafe provides a safe, alcohol and drug-free community space where they facilitate creative activities, mutual-aid groups, training and volunteering opportunities. Funding was provided to support the ongoing delivery of their coaching and support groups with a range of core costs.
11/06/2021 £9,994 THE REAL JUNK FOOD PROJECT BRIGHTON The Real Junk Food Project prepare healthy food for the community from surplus food once destined for landfill. They also provide food parcels of raw ingredients which people can collect from the Hub in Bevendean to prepare at home. Funding was provided to enable them to serve 500 boxed meals a week for 48 weeks of the year.
11/06/2021 £10,000 CONVERSATION OVER BORDERS Conversations Over Borders was established in response to the epidemic of isolation resulting from COVID-19 lockdowns for refugees arriving in the UK during the pandemic. The organisation has been providing an emergency service, through online one-to-one and group English conversation classes, their wellbeing service and Tech Recycling Scheme. Funding was provided towards the staff costs of a part-time Project Coordinator and core costs.
11/06/2021 £10,000 £299,453 BRIGHTON AND HOVE SPEAK OUT Brighton & Hove Speak Out are a dynamic small charity for people with learning disabilities in Brighton and Hove. They provide advocacy support, drop-in and group sessions. Funding was provided towards core costs to enable the organisation to continue to deliver and evolve their vital package of support at a time when people with learning disabilities have been significantly impacted by Covid-19.
24/05/2021 £9,000 £40,283 THE YOUTH COUNSELLING PROJECT The Youth Counselling Project supports children in Seaford facing mental health issues. Their focus is upon early intervention before acute need develops. Funding was provided to support the organisation to increase their capacity and meet increased demand as a result of COVID.
24/05/2021 £10,000 £130,845 OLIVE TREE CANCER SUPPORT CENTRE Olive Tree Cancer aims to relieve the physical or mental distress of persons with Cancer and the partners, families, friends, carers and supporters of such persons. Funding was provided towards supervision costs for trainee counsellors, liaison and reporting work, CPD courses (twice per year) and consumables including PPE.
24/05/2021 £9,928 £71,809 LUNCH POSITIVE Lunch Positive provide community based HIV support services incorporating a wide range of support activities for residents of Brighton & Hove and the wider areas of Sussex. They address and combat diverse and multiple disadvantages for many of the most isolated and marginalised, improving the lives, health and well-being of beneficiaries. Funding was provided towards the costs of setting up a new befriending project.
24/05/2021 £5,000 £179,012 YOUR GOOD MORNING CALL Your Good Morning Call is a new service which aims to reconnect people with their community and assists mental health needs of loneliness, depression and anxiety through visits and phone calls with a volunteer. Funding was provided towards the salary costs of an administrator for one year.
24/05/2021 £10,000 £179,012 CARERS SUPPORT SELSEY Carers Support Selsey run the Selsey Care Shop which was developed in partnership with various local groups and carers. It's aim is to provide information, support and activities. Funding was provided towards the staff costs of their support worker.
24/05/2021 £10,000 £40,114 CYCALL CYCALL runs adapted cycling sessions for adults and children living with a disability at Brooklands Park, Worthing. Funding was provided to cover their running costs from September 2020 to September 2021.
24/05/2021 £10,000 £74,039 DOWN SYNDROME DEVELOPMENT TRUST The Down Syndrome Development Trust are an innovative charity that exists to improve the lives of people living with Down Syndrome (DS) in Sussex. Funding was provided towards staff and activity costs and a new minibus.
24/05/2021 £10,000 £181,376 BRIGHTON & HOVE LGBT SWITCHBOARD Switchboard is a charity for LGBTQ people looking for a sense of community, support or information. Funding was provided to enable them to extend support to key areas of need - The Deans in East Sussex and to Shoreham, Lancing and Worthing in West Sussex aswell as some targeted engagement with care homes and end of life services to support the most vulnerable people in those services.
24/05/2021 £6,500 £121,759 SUSSEX PATHWAYS Sussex Pathways works with residents in HMPPS Prison with Residents that are being released and returning to Sussex to enable rehabilitation and reduce reoffending. Funding was provided to increase resources to manage an upsurge in referrals since COVID, enabling them to run more groups and support clients transition back into the community in a Covid-safe way.
24/05/2021 £10,000 £123,888 YOUTH DREAM Youth Dream manages The Bridge Youth Support Centre in Selsey. Open five days a week it offers counselling, mentoring, teaching, support, clubs and activities. Funding was provided to wards staff costs for two outreach youth workers and the creation of a Friday night youth club for transition years and older teens at the Selsey Centre.
24/05/2021 £10,000 £53,337 VETERANS' GROWTH Veterans' Growth offers horticultural therapy to veterans of the armed forces who are suffering with mental health issues. Funding was provided to enable them to run a variety of workshops and courses for the families of veterans who are often the unsung heroes behind a veteran's journey to wellness.
24/05/2021 £10,000 £7,431 MEN TALKHEALTH Men Talk Health promote and protect the mental health and wellbeing of men suffering from mental disorders or emotional distress, by creating a safe environment to talk openly. Funding was provided towards the cost of a sessional P/T Project Manager.
24/05/2021 £10,000 SUSSEX SYRIAN COMMUNITY GROUP The Sussex Syrian Community Group is run by, and for, Syrian refugees. They run a diverse range of services and activities that empower Syrian refugees to build stable, happy and integrated lives in Sussex. Funding was provided for the purchase of vouchers from Asda, to distribute to 130 different families.
24/05/2021 £9,935 £23,971 SALAAM FOOTBALL CLUB Salaam FC is a multicultural football club for children aged 10-15. Over 90% of their players are from BME communities, and their families manage on very low incomes. They have been supporting these families throughout the pandemic, with regular deliveries of food, shopping and medicine. Funding was provided towards tablets for five families, vouchers for utility and phone bills and bus tickets.
24/05/2021 £5,000 £615,084 CITY GATE COMMUNITY PROJECTS City Gate Community Projects Fare Share project re-distributes surplus food to vulnerable people across Sussex. They deliver this food to charity partners (food banks, shelters, hospices, etc) who use it to feed their clients. Their warehouse operation means that they can take large deliveries of food that community groups can’t, because they have the operational resources to break them down into usable packages for redistribution. Funding was provided towards operational costs.
24/05/2021 £5,000 £179,012 SELSEY COMMUNITY FORUM Selsey Community Forum works in partnership with local groups to meet local needs. They work across a range of areas, engaging in environmental , health, wellbeing and debt support. They also run Selsey Care Shop and a town-wide Buddy Support scheme. Funding was provided to support new initiatives to meet needs highlighted by the pandemic including a friendship group, hidden garden teas and a shared garden scheme.
24/05/2021 £10,000 £228,994 BRIGHTON UNEMPLOYED CENTRE FAMILIES PROJECT The Brighton Unemployed Centre work to relieve poverty, distress and hardship amongst families and individuals living or staying in the Brighton area. They aim to achieve social inclusion and involvement, promoting social change for a fairer and more inclusive society. Funding was provided towards the staff costs of a part-time co-ordinator to run their welfare and housing support on a one to one phone or face to face appointment.
24/05/2021 £4,450 £52,926 NETWORX EASTBOURNE Eastbourne Network welcomes and supports refugees and immigrants in Eastbourne and the nearby locality. They are a voice for the individuals and families, supporting them at different agencies as required. Funding was provided for mental health training for 10 befrienders and to support families with the costs of utilities, food and clothes.
24/05/2021 £10,000 £52,629 YADA Yada works to prevent sexual exploitation throughout coastal West Sussex. They deliver The Esther Project (TEP), which offers specialist support to women in the sex industry, including wellbeing appointments, safety information and advice and support to make positive life changes. Funding was provided for the salary of a new Esther Project Outreach worker, to meet increased demand.
24/05/2021 £5,373 £349,351 DAME VERA LYNN CHILDREN'S CHARITY The Dame Vera Lynn Children's Charity work directly with children to improve their independence leading to a more confident child with better future opportunities in education, employment and independent living. Funding was provided towards the staff costs of their family support worker who is responsible for liaising with professionals and offering parents support when they have a child under 5 with cerebral palsy.
24/05/2021 £9,707 £214,279 ST MARY IN THE CASTLE St Mary in the Castle is a multi-purpose community facility for the people of Hastings. This venue has been closed since March 2020. Funding was provided to enable them to re-open in a COVID safe way.
24/05/2021 £5,000 DIVERSITY RESOURCE INTERNATIONAL Diversity Resource International supports Sussex Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) people to achieve their life aspirations. They provide bespoke training courses, mentoring and coaching. Courses are open to all whilst targeted at BAME communities. Funding was provided to enable them to continue to offer online or telephone bilingual support for 6 months to those who are isolated or feel vulnerable.
24/05/2021 £9,360 £181,894 YOU RAISE ME UP (YRMU) You Raise Me Up provide mental health support, advice and support services not just to families bereaved by the loss of the child aged 16-25 but increasing to those within the local community through a drop in community support centre where the staff are mental health first aid trained. Funding was provided towards the running of peer support groups for mums, dads and siblings for a year.
24/05/2021 £10,000 PHOENIX THERAPY PRACTICE Phoenix Therapy Practice provides a wide range of mental health support and treatment. During the pandemic, they obtained grant monies to provide free and low-cost places on the DBT programme for people with Emotionally Unstable Personality Disorder (EUPD). Funding was provided to enable more people to attend the programme for a year (cost £2800 per person).
24/05/2021 £9,126 VIDA ACTIVE CLUB CIC The Vida Active Club offers fitness classes for women and exercise & socialise programs for seniors of any gender. Funding was provided to support room hire for 6 months when face to face classes resume.
24/05/2021 £10,000 £975,197 ARUN & CHICHESTER CITIZENS ADVICE BUREAU Arun and Chichester Citizens Advice provides free, independent and confidential advice on rights and responsibilities and helps people with their everyday problems. They also raise national and local social policy issues and campaign to improve the policies and practices that affect people’s lives. Funding was provided towards the guarantee of extra supervision support for a just over 9 months, including salary and overheads.
24/05/2021 £10,000 £810,794 SUSSEX INTERPRETING SERVICES Sussex Interpreting Services provides high quality, professional Community Interpreting, Community Translation and Bilingual Advocacy. Funding was provided for additional bilingual casework support through their existing bilingual community advocacy and bilingual community navigation services for people facing the risk of homelessness and eviction.
24/05/2021 £9,964 £273,036 EDUCATION TRAINING CONSORTIUM SUSSEX Education Training Consortium Sussex support asylum seekers, refugees and migrants with ESOL courses. Funding was provided for food supplies, a laptop for internet access for advice and information at the food bank, and support staff for one year to provide information, signposting and support.
24/05/2021 £9,460 £844,966 FAMILY SUPPORT WORK Family Support Work supports marginalised families living in isolated rural & deprived seaside towns of Sussex. These families face complex, multi-layered problems: issues which have a direct impact on children. Funding was provided for their Playscheme 2021/22, providing a range of activities for 500+ families across Sussex over 12 months.
24/05/2021 £8,640 CHICHESTER FOREST SCHOOLS CIC Chichester Forest Schools CIC work with children, young people and families through outdoor woodland forest school activities. Funding was provided for wild play family sessions for 12 weeks.
18/05/2021 £5,000 HAVENS COMMUNITY HUB CIC Funding was provided towards volunteer fuel expenses, PPE equipment, training and support, office overheads, insurance, storage containers and composters/wormeries and salary costs for a scheme co-ordinator.
18/05/2021 £5,000 £9,036 PATCHAM MEMORIAL HALL Funding was provided to buy and install an Air Source Heat Pump.
13/05/2021 £5,000 WE ARE FOODPIONEERS CIC Funding was provided for their Bees&Seas project to transform a disused urban council yard at the park, turning it into an educational pollinator hub and outdoor teaching space.
13/05/2021 £13,333 CREATIVE HEART LITTLEHAMPTON CIC Funding was provided towards solar panel installation.
13/05/2021 £25,000 £57,549 COMMUNITY MINIBUS ASSOCIATION (WEST SUSSEX) Funding was provided to contribute towards the cost of an EV (electric vehicle) to replace the Steyning minibus.
13/05/2021 £10,000 £462,641 FABRICA Funding was provided to install a solar heating system and take other measures to improve the temperature of the public areas and the offices during the colder months.
13/05/2021 £8,000 THE HENFIELD HALL Funding was provided to install PV solar panels on the roof, improve on the insulation and generally find as many ways as possible to reduce their carbon footprint, with a view of becoming carbon neutral eventually.
13/05/2021 £16,000 £330,110 OUSE & ADUR RIVERS TRUST Funding was provided to install volunteer facilities on the site at Sompting.
13/05/2021 £8,000 SMARTER UNIFORMS Funding was provided towards the costs of a Communications and Engagement Officer and Volunteers Coordinator.
13/05/2021 £6,135 NEWHAVEN AND SEAFORD SAILING CLUB Funding was provided towards plants to create and protect existing habitats and plant species and purchase equipment such as a shredder and spill kits for the safety boats.
13/05/2021 £10,000 £14,272,000 CATHOLIC PARISH OF EAST BRIGHTON, PART OF THE ARUNDEL & BRIGHTON DIOCESAN TRUST Funding was provided towards the purchase of an air source heat pump for the Fitzherbert Community Hub.
13/05/2021 £4,724 BRIGHTON & HOVE FOOD PARTNERSHIP Funding was provided towards staff/volunteer costs, compostor units and associated running costs and 2 Glut Huts .
13/05/2021 £6,000 £223,392 BRIGHTON UNEMPLOYED CENTRE FAMILIES PROJECT Funding was provided towards core running costs including staff/volunteer costs, overheads, materials and Fareshare costs.
13/05/2021 £9,495 £55,046 FREEDOM POWERCHAIRS Funding was provided to produce the first production batch of solar canopy re-chargers/backup units for mobility scooters and powerchairs and distribute these to pilot users, and monitor performance and usage.
13/05/2021 £7,500 SALTDEAN SWIM & SURF CLUB Funding was provided for training, equipment and modifications required for disabled learners.
13/05/2021 £2,377 £40,114 CYCALL Funding was provided to develop their 'Living Wall & Wildlife Area' at Brooklands Park.
30/04/2021 £1,000 £5,670,847 TURNING TIDES Funding was provided to run a mobile dentistry service to the homeless community.
28/04/2021 £5,000 £578,200 EXTRATIME Extratime provides a range of inclusive out-of-school activities for children and young people (aged 4-25) who have Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND). Funding was provided to enable them to distribute grants to low-income families in West Sussex who have children with SEND, to help with the additional costs they have incurred from caring for their child(ren) at home during lockdown, whilst schools and Extratime have been closed.
19/04/2021 £5,000 £273,036 EDUCATION TRAINING CONSORTIUM SUSSEX Education Training Consortium support asylum seekers, refugees and migrants with ESOL courses. Funding was provided to purchase food for struggling families, including those under the Syrian resettlement scheme.
19/04/2021 £5,000 £17,702 SHOUT WSK - (STREET HOMELESS OUTREACH WORTHING SOUP KITCHEN) SHOUT WSK provide practical support for homeless and other vulnerable people, including a soup kitchen, parcels of groceries and essential items, advice on benefits and other sources of support. Funding was provided for equipment and food costs.
19/04/2021 £4,600 £110,306 NEW LIFE FOUNDATION C/O NEW LIFE CHURCH CRAWLEY The New Life Foundation (as part of New Life Church) aims to build the capacity of people from the Black Asian and minority ethnic communities and to support them to create their own support group. Funding was provided to support the continuance of the partnership of Rivers-CHRYSALIS food scheme and New Life Foundation work (FOCUS) enabling the development of the CHRYSALIS Vault from which they can supply a ‘Three Days emergency support Package'.
19/04/2021 £2,800 £8,541 SENSORY SOFT PLAY Sensory Soft Play is a CIO that provides multi-sensory soft play activities (primarily for children with additional needs). They also run an online support group for parents and carers of children. Funding was provided to allow them to continue respite sessions in an outdoor setting which is COVID secure at the Pocket Park, which is a wildlife and community growing project in Hastings.
19/04/2021 £5,000 BAGS OF TASTE Bags of Taste supports people who are food insecure and enables them to feed themselves on a very low budget of below £1 a portion . Their food poverty courses improve food preparation/cooking skills for people living in food poverty so they can improve their health, well-being and their finances for the long term. Funding was provided for two food poverty courses in Hastings.
19/04/2021 £4,995 FOREST ROW LOCAL CBS LIMITED (FROCAL) Frocal is a community-owned, Community Benefit Society, established to catalyse regenerative community projects that enable local people to unleash their creativity and potential. Funding was provided towards the continuation of their services for 4 months including the provision of a hot line, soup kitchen and community fridge and harvest festival.
01/04/2021 £5,000 BLACK BUTTERFLY Black Butterfly is a cultural heritage and wellbeing organisation supporting the Black community in Hastings and Rother. Food security, self-sufficiency and access to fresh, healthy produce are their health and wellbeing aims, so they piloted an organic veg bag scheme to 40 households. Funding was provided to support the next phase of this initiative, expanding the programme to more families and working with partners to produce healthy, nutritious ready meals and meal kits.
01/04/2021 £3,000 £23,933 ROTARY CLUB OF BOGNOR REGIS BENEVOLENT FUND The Rotary Club of Bognor Regis Benevolent Fund raises funds to support local organisations, charities and individuals. They attend local schools as volunteers and help within the community and are responsible for Rotary Arun Youth Community Awards. Funding was provided to enable them to continue supporting families in food poverty, many of whom do not qualify for FSM vouchers.
01/04/2021 £5,000 BERSTED PARISH COUNCIL The Parish Council of Bersted support their local community. Funding was provided to enable them to continue supporting families of local schools with food hampers.
01/04/2021 £4,140 THE FRIENDS OF NEWHAVEN FOODBANK Friends of Newhaven Foodbank is a new independent organisation founded to support and complement the work of the SCDA foodbank in Newhaven. Funding was provided for the 'Seahaven Community Food Stories' - a local version of the Food Love Stories concept featured on Tesco adverts which promotes food security, cooking and healthy eating locally.
01/04/2021 £5,000 £328,084 UKHARVEST Ukharvest are a ‘for-impact’ perishable food rescue operation, collecting quality excess food from commercial outlets and delivering it, direct and free of charge, to charities that support vulnerable people across the South of England. Funding was provided for the delivery of food to the local community.
23/03/2021 £5,000 FED. (FOOD EQUITABLY DISTRIBUTED) CIC Food Equitably Distributed CIC started in Feb 2021. They work in a cooperative effort with “Family Support Work” in which they prepared and donated a regular supply of frozen ready made meals to a Bognor based project. Funding was provided to enable them to educate local families on how to prepare healthy meals and to provide ingredients.
23/03/2021 £5,000 £142,480 SEAFORD COMMUNITY CHURCH/ TRUST Seahaven Storehouse is part of the Seaford Community Trust / Church, and provides essential food and nutrition for those living in food poverty. They currently support 136 children and 148 adults. Funding was provided for food products for households with children.
23/03/2021 £5,000 £510,719 CHANCTONBURY STOREHOUSE Chanctonbury Storehouse support the local community with food parcels. Funding was provided to enable them to continue to support those in need.
23/03/2021 £3,115 £91,239 BARNHAM AND EASTERGATE COMMUNITY TRUST Barnham and Eastergate Community Trust run a community hall and recreation facilities for the benefit of and to improve the lives of local residents. Funding was provided for a weekly meals delivery service to lonely and isolated people in Barnham, Eastergate, Walberton and Westergate.
18/03/2021 £3,000 ENCOMPASS CARE (RYE) CIC Funding was provided for extensive repairs to their 12-year-old minibus and other costs, including volunteer support.
18/03/2021 £5,000 RYE RUGBY FOOTBALL CLUB Funding was provided to install new UPVC windows and sliding folding doors, to improve to the access and improve the whole facility by integrating the internal spaces with the new outside decking area.
18/03/2021 £4,000 £518,138 HASTINGS ADVICE AND REPRESENTATION CENTRE (HARC) Funding was provided to cover staff costs for a part-time specialist welfare benefits advisor and trainer.
18/03/2021 £2,500 MUSIC WELL CIC Funding was provided to support the expansion of their work in and around Rye.
18/03/2021 £500 18 HOURS LTD Funding was provided towards artists' fees and associated costs for their event.
18/03/2021 £1,500 £14,722 RYE & DISTRICT DAY CENTRE Funding was provided to support annual costs for community transport and annual premises costs.
18/03/2021 £500 £16,279 RYE WURLITZER ACADEMY Funding was provided to enable them to continue their educational remit.
18/03/2021 £2,232 £201,002 SUSSEX ASSOCIATION FOR SPINA BIFIDA & HYDROCEPHALUS Funding was provided to support people affected by spina bifida, hydrocephalus and other disabilities in the Rye area to access Sasbah’s services.
17/03/2021 £2,500 £112,928 ST MARY'S CENTRE St Mary's Church Centre provide a space to the people of the parish of Felpham, for exercise classes, social activities and a nursery group. They have been running a 'Food Table' through the pandemic, of which demand is ever increasing. They are seeking further funding to meet the ongoing demand as their small amount of previous funding has been spent.
17/03/2021 £4,995 £687,322 EDUCATION FUTURES TRUST Education Futures Trust support vulnerable Hastings' families who are struggling with food poverty. Funding was provided for food vouchers to enable families taking part in their nutrition course to purchase ingredients for the recipes taught by their intuitionalist.
17/03/2021 £5,000 RAINBOW ACTION GROUP Rainbow Action Group encourage greater participation in arts activity and promote the physical and mental wellbeing of those in need in East Sussex. Funding was provided for a mobile Food Bank service offering essential free nutritional support for families in food poverty, or at risk of living in food poverty, in isolated rural areas of the Wealden District.
17/03/2021 £5,000 £52,740 LES ALDEN FOUNDATION The Les Alden Foundation is run by local volunteers and supports the residents of Worthing including running the Worthing Food Foundation. Funding was provided for additional food supplies to meet demand and to purchase a laptop and tablet to improve their admin efficiency.
17/03/2021 £5,600 MAIDENBOWER PARK COMMUNITY CLUB CIC Maidenbower Park Community Club's aim is to improve the lives of people in Maidenbower,via their community café and centre. Funding was provided to purchase perishable food items for food parcels (and precooked meals) for vulnerable local people and families in Crawley, an area hard hit in terms of employment during COVID.
17/03/2021 £4,999 £255,309 DALESDOWN / FAMILY FOUNDATIONS TRUST LTD Family Foundation LTD provide a caring, non-judgemental support service for anyone in need of food, heating and /or equipment related to these due to Covid. Funding was provided to help approximately 100 people/25 families with fresh cooked, dry and store cupboard food, fuel for heating/cooking and other related aid; signposting and guidance towards other sources of help.
17/03/2021 £5,000 CRIMSHAM FARM CIC Crimsham Farm provides an educational and therapeutic service to the local community, particularly those with additional needs, through animal interaction and outdoor activities. Funding was provided for their community food delivery service which experienced an increase in demand.
17/03/2021 £5,000 CROWBOROUGH FOOD BANK, UNITED CHURCH Crowborough Foodbank is run entirely by volunteers and provides food to households suffering from financial hardship throughout Crowborough and the surrounding area. Funding was provided for fresh produce to supplement their food boxes over a three month period.
17/03/2021 £4,634 £266,576 GATWICK DETAINEES WELFARE GROUP Gatwick Detainees Welfare Group provide; i)emotional and practical support to men when held in two Immigration Removal Centres at Gatwick Airport and after release, ii)work to promote fair treatment, iii)raise awareness of their situation. Funding was provided for food vouchers to support 51 recipients.
17/03/2021 £5,000 £179,012 SELSEY COMMUNITY FORUM Selsey Community Forum works with a variety of partners to address local need. They work across a range of areas, engaging in environmental , health, wellbeing and debt support. They also run Selsey Care Shop and a town-wide Buddy Support scheme in and out of lockdown. Funding was provided to address ongoing needs around food provision, utility costs, equipment and clothing needs for local families.
12/03/2021 £4,989 £137,771 MID SUSSEX VOLUNTARY ACTION Funding was provided for additional salary costs for a Volunteer Development Coordinator to create resources around volunteering and to develop resources in community languages supporting and enabling volunteering from communities where English is not first language or who have no/limited English.
12/03/2021 £5,000 £358,903 EASTBOURNE CITIZENS ADVICE BUREAU Funding was provided to contribute to the costs of recruiting, training and supporting volunteers, to upgrade their telephone system and towards interpreting costs for their work with people whose first language is not English.
12/03/2021 £5,000 £456,206 SUSSEX CLUBS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Funding was provided towards a series of online training opportunities.
12/03/2021 £5,000 £121,759 SUSSEX PATHWAYS Funding was provided to support and develop their work.
12/03/2021 £5,000 HURSTPIERPOINT GYMNASTICS CLUB Funding was provided towards organisational costs including a 'hardship fund' to assist with payment of fees for families in need.
12/03/2021 £5,000 £774,692 KING'S CHURCH MID-SUSSEX Funding was provided towards a new part time, money advice manager role.
12/03/2021 £4,000 £28,031 LIVESTOCK Funding was provided towards management costs.
12/03/2021 £5,000 £87,526 LUNCH POSITIVE Funding was provided towards project delivery costs of the HIV lunch club and the HIV older persons’ monthly supper group.
12/03/2021 £3,500 £118,028 MANHOOD WILDLIFE AND HERITAGE GROUP Funding was provided towards the setting up of a locally sourced tree nursery on the peninsula, using volunteers to collect and identify local seeds, manage the nursery and organise events, information and publicity.
12/03/2021 £5,000 £21,722 MANOR ROAD GYM SPORTS CLUB Funding was provided to cover the cost of hiring the hall.
12/03/2021 £4,287 £49,141 PATHWAYS TO HEALTH Funding was provided to ensure the continuation of the clinic based at The Unitarian Church in Brighton.
12/03/2021 £5,000 £118,175 PIPPA'S GROUP Funding was provided towards staffing costs to continue the family support service.
12/03/2021 £5,000 £82,210 4THEYOUTH LTD Funding was provided to run a mountain biking youth club, purchase equipment and train an adult volunteer to become a Mountain Bike Trail Leader and two young people to become Young Mountain Bike Leaders.
12/03/2021 £5,000 LYT PRODUCTIONS Funding was provided towards the community engagement phase of their project.
12/03/2021 £5,000 £221,054 TARNER COMMUNITY PROJECT Funding was provided towards a bespoke, youth-led one-to-one support for young people who have been adversely affected by the Covid pandemic.
12/03/2021 £5,000 £52,629 YADA Funding was provided for staff costs for a part time Yada Manager.
12/03/2021 £5,000 £222,170 PELHAM CIO Funding was provided towards tutor costs and materials.
12/03/2021 £5,000 STONEHAM BAKEHOUSE CIC Funding was provided towards ingredients, travel, facilitators’ fees, volunteer expenses, core costs and marketing.
12/03/2021 £5,000 £39,835 HIS PLACE Funding was provided to purchase tablets used to deliver education and social activities, as well as providing access for signposting and support help with service users.
12/03/2021 £5,000 £1,060,927 HORSHAM CHILD CONTACT CENTRE Funding was provided for a manager post to organise volunteers and ensure the smooth running of the centre.
12/03/2021 £7,500 £928,368 COMMUNITY TRANSPORT SUSSEX CIO Funding was provided to run and increase their service for older and/or disabled people who have been isolated and those who have had to stay at home shielding during the pandemic.
12/03/2021 £3,493 BRIGHT START Funding was provided to enable them to run Covid-safe groups.
12/03/2021 £2,500 £85,167 THE KEYS PROJECT Funding was provided to support core costs to run the two West Sussex detox centres in Crawley and Horsham.
12/03/2021 £5,000 £57,549 COMMUNITY MINIBUS ASSOCIATION (WEST SUSSEX) Funding was provided to develop an online booking system to make it easier for volunteers and service users to make bookings.
12/03/2021 £5,000 £29,554 KENNEDY ST & CO CIO Funding was provided to promote their 24-hour helpline and develop online resources.
12/03/2021 £5,000 SOUTHWATER CRICKET CLUB Funding was provided for an all-weather playing surface.
12/03/2021 £5,000 £34,629 BRIGHTON PIP LTD Funding was provided towards core running costs, in particular, a contribution to the new Service Development Manager post.
12/03/2021 £5,000 £176,734 BRIGHTON THERAPY CENTRE Funding was provided to part fund their 2021 low cost service, providing assessment and ongoing psychological therapy of 154 people with mental health problems who cannot access suitable support elsewhere.
12/03/2021 £5,000 £617,031 UKHARVEST Funding was provided to support a new full time educational officer to develop their new realigned educational programme
12/03/2021 £3,900 PEGASUS Funding was provided towards staff costs, volunteer’s expenses, training and skills development, materials and venue hire.
12/03/2021 £5,000 £63,528 JUNO PROJECT Funding was provided to support the development of a pilot school programme for vulnerable girls in year six, to help them with the transition from primary/middle level education to secondary.
12/03/2021 £7,000 £121,095 HILLCREST COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP Funding was provided for the installation of a WiFi upgrade and running costs.
12/03/2021 £10,000 £62,948,822 CHRISTIANS AGAINST POVERTY - CRAWLEY DEBT CENTRE Funding was provided to cover staff costs.
12/03/2021 £2,500 SOUTHDOWN MEN IN SHEDS Funding was provided for rental and insurance.
12/03/2021 £5,000 £420,777 ENTHUM FOUNDATION Funding was provided to cover start-up costs to open a second house for a further seven unaccompanied asylum-seeking children in Eastbourne.
12/03/2021 £5,000 NEWHAVEN GIG ROWING CLUB (CIO INCORPORATED 2018) Funding was provided towards the mooring pontoon.
12/03/2021 £2,500 £120,565 TAYLOR MADE DREAMS Funding was provided towards wishlist items and counselling/holistic therapy sessions.
12/03/2021 £5,000 £23,996 SUSSEX GREEN LIVING Funding was provided to enable them to buy and re-furbish a second-hand electric milk float.
12/03/2021 £5,000 SEDS SUSSEX EHLERS-DANLOS SYNDROMES AND HYPERMOBILITY SUPPORT GROUP Funding was provided to support their EDS/HSD activities, therapies and equipment to access online therapy and webinars.
12/03/2021 £4,914 £9,328 EASTBOURNE DEMENTIA ACTION ALLIANCE Funding was provided to part fund the employment of someone to run the Eastbourne Dementia Inclusive Community Charter project.
12/03/2021 £5,000 £27,807 BABY2BABY EAST SUSSEX Funding was provided to support a project development coordinator role
12/03/2021 £5,000 ORE IN BLOOM Funding was provided towards equipment, plants, volunteer expenses and marketing.
12/03/2021 £5,000 NEWHAVEN ARTS PROJECTS INC. NEWHAVEN OPEN CALL Funding was provided towards running costs for their education programme and weekly sessions.
12/03/2021 £3,000 £46,889 N.I.P.P.E.R.S. Funding was provided towards staff and project costs.
12/03/2021 £2,500 BG SOCIETY BRIGHTON Funding was provided towards running costs.
12/03/2021 £5,000 £17,895 BOGNOR REGIS MEN’S SHED Funding was provided for rent of increased floor space, materials, tables and storage shelving and to install a sink for washing brushes, equipment and hands.
12/03/2021 £5,000 MYCAREMATTERS 2020 CIC Funding was provided towards recruitment and and training of volunteer Buddies and also contributed towards the cost of printed materials to support the programme.
12/03/2021 £5,000 £29,950 MANZI FOUNDATION Funding was provided towards running and staff costs.
12/03/2021 £5,000 £10,935 HAVENS COMMUNITY CARS CIO Funding was provided to support a part-time scheme co-ordinator.
12/03/2021 £5,000 £24,685 HURST FESTIVAL Funding was provided for core costs to continue the Hurst Festival with free and highly subsidised events.
12/03/2021 £5,000 SELSEY BUDDY SUPPORT Funding was provided for salaries for the buddy scheme and its training and outreach programme among 80 volunteers.
12/03/2021 £5,000 BRIGHTON GRUB HUB Funding was provided to enable them to continue longer term with the weekly very affordable food box scheme.
12/03/2021 £5,000 BOURNETHISWAY LGBT+ PARENTS SUPPORT GROUP Funding was provided towards staffing and training costs, volunteer expenses and office costs.
12/03/2021 £4,900 SACRED EARTH COMMUNITY BENEFIT SOCIETY Funding was provided towards eight 'Wild Wellbeing' sessions.
12/03/2021 £5,000 £14,307 CRAWLEY MINDFULNESS CENTRE Funding was provided towards instructor/tutor fee’s and insurance and website costs.
12/03/2021 £5,018 WEST SUSSEX VOLUNTARY & COMMUNITY SECTOR INFRASTRUCTURE ALLIANCE (THE ALLIANCE) Funding was provided towards the the salary of an executive officer for The Alliance.
12/03/2021 £2,500 £8,297 THE ASHDOWN HUB Funding was provided towards admin and setup costs and to run two 12-week mental health support groups.
12/03/2021 £5,000 SOUNDCASTLE Funding was provied to support the group’s development.
12/03/2021 £2,584 LYMLEY WOOD CIC Funding was provided to enable staff to undertake training in Wilderness Therapy, outdoor first aid and therapeutic interventions for working with children outdoors.
12/03/2021 £4,800 EDUCATION, HEALTH AND WELLBEING CIC Funding was provided towards staffing costs.
12/03/2021 £5,000 THE LAUNCHPAD COLLECTIVE Funding was provided towards coordinator staff costs.
12/03/2021 £2,500 BEXHILL FAMILY COLLECTIVE CIC Funding was provided to enable Bexhill Family Collective to run Balanceability sessions and bikes, helmets, bags, training and hall hire.
12/03/2021 £4,600 BRIGHTON AND HOVE COMMUNITY LAND TRUST (BHCLT) Funding was provided to enable BHCLT to host a series of activities and events to bring together and connect the wider community.
12/03/2021 £5,000 £1,087,525 SURVIVORS NETWORK LTD Funding was provided towards the delivery of group work services for self-identifying women aged 18 or over in Brighton and Eastbourne.
12/03/2021 £5,000 £36,471 ADUR SPECIAL NEEDS PROJECT Funding was provided to cover staff and rental costs for two months for four play schemes.
12/03/2021 £3,500 £60,600 AMIGOS MULTICULTURAL PRE SCHOOL Funding was provided to cover costs including equipment, staff costs, consumables, room rent.
12/03/2021 £4,000 £97,240 ASHENGROUND COMMUNITY CENTRE Funding was provided towards the day-to-day running costs.
12/03/2021 £4,500 £97,967 BRIGHTON & HOVE INDEPENDENT MEDIATION SERVICE (BHIMS) Funding was provided to enable them to carry out necessary outreach and development work, and to implement the changes, including training staff and volunteers.
12/03/2021 £5,100 £566,307 BRIGHTON FESTIVAL FRINGE Funding was provided to make accessibility improvements to their website and app.
12/03/2021 £4,715 £73,854 RWANDAN YOUTH INFORMATION COMMUNITY ORGANISATION (RYICO) Funding was provided to support a series of virtual family arts workshops, activities and a commemorative event aimed to benefit members of Rwandan and wide communities.
12/03/2021 £5,000 £83,348 CHICHESTER INFORMATION SHOP FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Funding was provided to help promote their work via new and more frequent digital marketing and awareness communications.
12/03/2021 £5,000 £403,908 CITIZENS ADVICE 1066 Funding was provided for a volunteer supervisor/ digital coach, overheads such as insurance and premises costs and training of new volunteers.
12/03/2021 £3,700 £13,870 COMPANY PARADISO Funding was provided towards running their regular weekly drop-in for young people.
12/03/2021 £4,950 £144,918 CREW CLUB Funding was provided to fund a temporary part-time sports worker.
12/03/2021 £4,720 £384,287 CULTURE SHIFT Funding was provided to support the delivery of two mini online Creative Café Career events.
12/03/2021 £5,000 WHITEHAWK COMMUNITY FOOD PROJECT Funding was provided to install fencing, improve toilet and hand washing facilities and essential maintenance of existing structures.
12/03/2021 £5,000 £74,039 DOWN SYNDROME DEVELOPMENT TRUST Funding was provided to support staffing costs.
12/03/2021 £5,000 BEVENDEAN COMMUNITY PUB Funding was provided to enable them to continue their Bevy Meals On Wheels Service.
12/03/2021 £2,500 ENERGISE SUSSEX COAST Funding was provided to help buy and supply residents in crisis situations with emergency fuel vouchers, through their energy advice telephone helpline service.
12/03/2021 £5,000 £217,381 TIME TO TALK BEFRIENDING Funding was provided to support the charity to steadily absorb the growth so they can ensure the befriending model stays quality focused and manages the increase in complexity.
12/03/2021 £1,500 £22,628 CHICHESTER DOWN SYNDROME SUPPORT GROUP Funding was provided to increase online activities.
12/03/2021 £1,000 ASPERGER'S VOICE Funding was provided to cover running costs.
12/03/2021 £1,000 £3,360 COOMBE ROAD PRIMARY SCHOOL Funding was provided towards the purchase of equipment including sensory aids and equipment for the sensory room.
12/03/2021 £2,240 £7,554 LET'S DANCE Funding was provided for room hire, professional dancer tutor fees and videoing a series of dance classes to promote the work of Let's Dance.
12/03/2021 £2,000 WAVES MUSIC THERAPY Funding was provided towards essential core and staffing costs.
12/03/2021 £899 £11,406 7TH CRAWLEY SCOUT GROUP Funding was provided to enable them to purchase new technology.
12/03/2021 £2,138 £352,194 ST MATTHIAS BRIGHTON Funding was provided towards the running costs of a new food bank, including food parcel purchases and the Project Manager's salary.
12/03/2021 £2,000 £19,233 PATINA (PARENT AND TEACHERS IN THE ARTS) Funding was provided to support schools' participation in the Moving On carnival.
03/03/2021 £5,000 £5,636 WORTHING VEGAN FOOD BANK Worthing Vegan Food Bank is completely volunteer led and caters for all dietary requirements with their weekly food parcel service. Funding was provided for food supplies and maintenance costs.
03/03/2021 £5,000 RED MEADOW PRODUCTIONS Red Meadow Productions were established in 2012 to educate young people in the practice and discipline of film-making in all its forms, and to promote the work of young people in film in the wider community. Funding was provided for healthy eating workshops for children in Eastbourne living in food poverty.
03/03/2021 £5,000 ADUR COMMUNITY CAFE COMMUNITY INTEREST COMPANY Adur Community Cafe tackle food poverty, by providing a pay-what-you-can-afford hot meal & pudding every Sunday, delivered to the door across Adur: Southwick, Lancing, Shoreham and Eastbrook. The café was set up to help the local community through the Covid crisis, to provide healthy meals for those in need. Funding was provided to enable them to expand their services by operating on Friday as well as Sunday night.
03/03/2021 £5,000 £566,278 NOW! CHARITY GROUP LTD Now! Charity Group provide essential furniture, household items and life-changing community experiences to those most in need. Funding was provided to support their furniture relief scheme.
03/03/2021 £3,855 COMMUNITY STUFF CIC Community Stuff CIC run much needed projects in deprived areas, to help make residents happier, healthier and better connected. They deliver engaging life-skills workshops, creative wellbeing and craft sessions, and play. Funding was provided for Cookery Demonstrations at the Seaside Hub each week to show clients how to make the best use of the ingredients on offer from the community fridge.
03/03/2021 £5,000 £93,176 HASTINGS AREA COMMUNITY TRUST Hastings Area Community Trust provides grants to people in need. It also provides accommodation to other local charities, the income from which meets its running costs. Funding was provided towards staff and rental costs associated with running the Pantry Project which supports people in food poverty, mainly living in the town centre of Hastings.
03/03/2021 £3,000 £844,966 FAMILY SUPPORT WORK Family Support Work exists to help vulnerable families living in Sussex, facing difficulties in their lives. Practitioners provide a responsive service to families through one-to-one support, home visits, family/group work and playwork. Families also have access to toys, food, clothing banks, Winter Fuel Fund and Holiday Fund. Funding was provided towards Heathy Eating & Budgeting Sessions for low income families.
02/03/2021 £4,800 WARMING UP THE HOMELESS Warming Up The Homeless helps people without a home, one meal, hot drink or change of clothes at a time. Funding was provided for healthy breakfast packs and to provide households in emergency or temporary accommodation with basic cooking facilities, such as microwaves, toasters, kettles, cutlery and crockery.
26/02/2021 £5,000 PETWORTH YOUTH ASSOCIATION Funding was provided to support plans to launch as a Duke of Edinburgh Awards Centre.
17/02/2021 £5,000 £9,443 CHICHESTER HEART FOR HOMELESS Chichester HEART for Homeless is a charity that provides support and help for people who sleep on the street, are insecurely housed or who have previously been homeless. Pastoral support is offered to people of all faiths and none. Funding was provided to enable them to continue with a new service they set up In response to the Coronavirus Pandemic where they provide homeless people with hot takeaway breakfasts every day from a City Centre Church.
17/02/2021 £5,000 BROADWATER SUPPORT GROUP CIC Broadwater Support Group CIC provide support to anyone who requires it, across Worthing, including providing emergency food, uniform and winter coats and top up gas cards. Funding was provided to enable them to source second hand technology to provide to those who do not have access for use during Covid and beyond.
17/02/2021 £5,000 £3,733,567 SUSSEX COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION SCDA builds stronger, healthier, more inclusive communities across East Sussex. A network of community centres, SCDA develops services that are driven by need and community involvement, are person-centred and meet local needs holistically. Funding was provided to establish Peacehaven Community Supermarket to help tackle food poverty and insecurity by offering affordable groceries to people struggling to buy food in Peacehaven.
17/02/2021 £3,300 £8,541 SENSORY SOFT PLAY Sensory Soft Play aims to relieve the needs of children and their families (primarily but not exclusively) with additional needs in Hastings and the surrounding area, through the provision of multi-sensory soft play activities and the running of an online support group for parents and carers of children. Funding was provided to enable them to continue respite sessions in an outdoor setting (community garden) with children growing fruit and vegetables.
17/02/2021 £5,000 £366,561 CHICHESTER COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT TRUST The Chichester Community Development Trust works with the local communities in North Chichester at the heart of the rapidly expanding mixed social and private housing communities. They empower people by developing skills and supporting projects that create local opportunities, employment and build community spirit. Funding was provided to enable them to continue providing a wide range of practical and physical support.
17/02/2021 £5,000 BILLINGSHURST COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP LTD The Billingshurst Community Partnership (BCP), founded in 2002, comprises a group of volunteers who are dedicated to delivering projects enhancing the well-being of Billingshurst and its surroundings. The members are individuals and representatives of local organizations. Funding was provided to support premises hire, raw ingredients and basic cooking equipment for 5 families per month to learn basic cooking skills, nutrition and budgeting.
17/02/2021 £5,100 ADUR COMMUNITY GATEWAY Adur Community Gateway is a mutual aid organisation set up in response to the pandemic. They provide support including food and other provision to around 200 families. They have been providing this service since the beginning of the pandemic. Funding was provided to allow them to continue to offer this service and expand some areas of support.
17/02/2021 £5,000 WE ARE FOODPIONEERS CIC We Are FoodPioneers run food-based experiences bringing people together to explore food provenance and its interconnectedness with the natural environment. Funding was provided for 180 slow cookers for local families which will be provided with simple recipes.
11/02/2021 £5,000 BRIGHTON GRUB HUB Brighton GrubHub support people in food poverty. They have a plot of land where they address this need by growing and cultivating fresh produce. Funding was provided for a commercial polytunnel, seeds, equipment, insurance and volunteer costs.
11/02/2021 £3,600 ALDERBROOK COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION Alderbrook Community Association promote and protect the interests of local residents. Funding was provided to support low income families struggling with bills and increased costs whilst children were at home during school closures.
11/02/2021 £5,000 CRIMSHAM FARM CIC Crimsham Farm provides an educational and therapeutic service to the local community, particularly those with additional needs, through animal interaction and outdoor activities. Funding was provided to enable them to reinstate their community food delivery service, utilising their template from the first national lockdown.
11/02/2021 £5,000 £75,124 WOLO FOUNDATION Wolo Foundation help families living in Sussex through their cancer journeys. They support them by offering practical help and support to make their day-to-day lives easier. They work with local businesses and communities to offer families a wealth of services to support them through their diagnosis, treatment and beyond. Funding was provided to enable them to provide shielding beneficiaries with boxes that contain recipes and fresh food to help them build up their immunity.
11/02/2021 £5,000 CUCKFIELD PARISH COUNCIL The parish council of Cuckfield supports local residents. Funding was provided to enable them to support 50 families in need within the village, to top up food supplies with fresh items on a weekly basis, together with support towards their water bills where required.
11/02/2021 £4,925 £912,752 FRIENDS, FAMILIES AND TRAVELLERS Friends Families and Travellers are a community led charity in Sussex, working to end discrimination and achieve equitable treatment of Gypsy, Roma and Traveller communities. They provide advice and support, via outreach and telephone based advocacy, alongside community capacity building and campaigning. Funding was provided to enable them to provide essentials during the winter months for nomadic persons living in uninsulated homes.
11/02/2021 £5,000 £15,753 RIVERS LEARNING PROJECT COMMUNITY Rivers provides a platform to empower women to take up new challenges. Confidence building, reducing isolation, promoting integration and accessing education are the foundations of their vision. Funding was provided for the continuation of the CHRYSALIS project which supports the local families in Crawley by providing essential items and giving support with bills.
11/02/2021 £5,000 £59,903 HANDS OF HOPE Hands of Hope deliver programmes and activities aimed at tackling rural isolation & food poverty as well as improving the physical and mental wellbeing of communities’ throughout Rother, Hastings & West Kent, by connecting them with nature and each other – “growing together, building communities.” Funding was provided to enable them to continue their Get Growing project and supply 500 Grow Kits to disadvantaged communities throughout Rother and Hastings between April 2021 to April 2022.
28/01/2021 £10,000 £751,912 LITTLE GATE FARM Little Gate Farm supports adults and children with Learning Disabilities & Autism. The charity creates opportunities for paid work for people who are currently excluded from employment. Funding was provided for a Healthy Eating Project, supporting work trainees to learn basic cooking skills, nutrition and food safety on a limited budget. It would also enable them to continue to support those who are most vulnerable with the delivery of supplies and shopping.
28/01/2021 £10,000 HAVENS COMMUNITY HUB CIC Havens Community Hub acted as a base to co-ordinate community help during the coronavirus outbreak. Funding was provided to enable them to develop their Food Cooperative which has been redistributing over half a ton per week of surplus supermarket produce, supporting around 500 people.
28/01/2021 £5,000 £403,908 CITIZENS ADVICE 1066 Citizens Advice 1066 provides general advice to people in Hastings including: benefits, debt, housing, employment, consumer, family, legal, immigration, health and education. Funding was provided to enable them to give financial support to clients in financial hardship for essential items.
28/01/2021 £5,000 £287,307 LEWES DISTRICT CITIZENS ADVICE BUREAU Lewes District Citizens Advice provides free, independent and confidential advice to anyone on their rights and responsibilities. They promote equality and challenge discrimination. Funding was provided to enable them to give financial support to clients in financial hardship for essential items.
28/01/2021 £5,000 SEDS SUSSEX EHLERS-DANLOS SYNDROMES AND HYPERMOBILITY SUPPORT GROUP Sussex Ehlers-Danlos Syndromes and Hypermobility support Hypermobility HSD and Ehlers-Danlos EDS sufferers for children, teenagers and adults with their disorder/symptoms. They help to improve health/mental issues by raising awareness and providing support and activities. Funding was provided to pay for members heating bills (provide blankets etc.) and provide specific foods to cater for allergies, rhinitis, eczema and autism that affects whole families.
28/01/2021 £3,300 FOREST ROW COMMUNITY FRIDGE Forest Row Community Fridge redistribute surplus food with the local community, by businesses and individuals. Funding was provided for food and household items to be distributed to families in need.
28/01/2021 £3,350 £416,752 HORSHAM MATTERS Horsham Matters Ltd provide relief, support and care to people suffering from mental, emotional or physical need. They run a network of Foodbanks across the District. Funding was provided for white goods and essential electronic household equipment for low income residents.
28/01/2021 £5,000 £844,966 FAMILY SUPPORT WORK Family Support Work exists to help vulnerable families living in Sussex, facing difficulties in their lives. They provide a responsive service to families through one-to-one support, home visits, family/group work and play work. Families also have access to toys, food, clothing banks, Winter Fuel Fund and Holiday Fund. Funding was provided towards the household fuel and food costs of 484 Sussex families, including increasing fuel efficiency.
28/01/2021 £5,000 £26,856 ROTARY CLUB OF CHICHESTER HARBOUR The Rotary Club of Chichester Harbour help local families in desperate need, via the Chichester Food Bank and referrals from Health Professionals. Funding was provided for their project helping to support vulnerable people of all ages who may suddenly find themselves homeless, impoverished or fleeing domestic abuse, by providing clothing, bedding, furniture, food and technology.
21/01/2021 £5,000 £27,807 BABY2BABY EAST SUSSEX Baby2Baby collect donations of new and used baby clothing and items and redistribute them to families in need within East Sussex. Funding was provided for essential items such as cots, bedding and prams to minimise volunteer contact and respond to increasing demand from vulnerable families during lockdown.
21/01/2021 £4,235 £337,579 MY SISTERS' HOUSE CIO My Sisters' House CIO is the only women’s centre in West Sussex. They support women who are vulnerable with multiple disadvantages such as domestic abuse, poverty, & mental health. They provide information, advice, guidance, support, peer groups, training, counselling, mentoring and more. Funding was provided to enable them to expand their services to meet increased demand.
21/01/2021 £3,213 £77,723 CHICHESTER INFORMATION SHOP FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Chichester Information Shop for Young People offer a free counselling service and drop-in advice service to 13-25 year olds in the Chichester area. Funding was provided to increase their free online Live chat and helpline support for young people.
21/01/2021 £5,000 £93,176 HASTINGS AREA COMMUNITY TRUST Hastings Area Community Trust provides grants to people in need. It also provides accommodation to other local charities, the income from which meets its running costs. Funding was provided to purchase fresh food for families using the Pantry Project.
21/01/2021 £4,890 ECOSWAP CIC Eco Swap CIC was founded to enable the community to reduce plastic and textile waste. They encourage individuals, groups and business alike to make simple swaps in their daily lives to reduce plastic and textile waste. Funding was provided for weekly fresh meat parcels and monthly cleaning supplies for families using their foodbank.
21/01/2021 £5,000 £358,903 EASTBOURNE CITIZENS ADVICE BUREAU Eastbourne CAB provide free, independent, confidential and impartial advice to everyone on their rights and responsibilities including benefit entitlements and debt. Funding was provided for financial support for clients in financial hardship, to enable them to pay for essential items.
21/01/2021 £5,000 £142,480 SEAFORD COMMUNITY CHURCH/ TRUST Seahaven Storehouse is part of the Seaford Community Trust / Church, and provides essential food and nutrition for those living in food poverty. They currently support 140 children and 156 adults. Funding was provided for food support for households with children.
21/01/2021 £4,000 £31,854 KEMPTON HOUSE DAY CENTRE AGE CONCERN Kempton House Day Centre helps the elderly in their community by running lunch clubs, activities and events. Funding was provided to help with meals, heating and purchasing blankets for vulnerable families and the elderly during the winter.
21/01/2021 £5,000 BERSTED PARISH COUNCIL Berstead Parish Council support their local community. Funding was provided for fresh food to enable them to give hampers to vulnerable families referred from 3 local schools.
18/01/2021 £5,000 £328,084 UKHARVEST Ukharvest are a ‘for-impact’ perishable food rescue operation, collecting quality excess food from commercial outlets and delivering it, direct and free of charge, to charities that support vulnerable people across the South of England. Funding was provided towards staff and running costs for food distribution in winter months of January - April 21.
13/01/2021 £5,000 £273,036 EDUCATION TRAINING CONSORTIUM SUSSEX The Education Training Consortium Sussex support asylum seekers, refugees and migrants with ESOL courses. Funding was provided towards staff costs and food donations for clients experiencing food poverty.
13/01/2021 £5,918 £518,138 HASTINGS ADVICE AND REPRESENTATION CENTRE Hastings Advice and Representation Centre helps people understand their rights, which benefits they are entitled to and how to claim. They relieve local poverty and improve quality of life for their clients. Funding was provided towards staff costs for drop in advice sessions at 3 food bank venues.
13/01/2021 £3,000 £179,012 SELSEY COMMUNITY FORUM Selsey Community Forum works in partnership with several local groups to meet local needs. They engage in environmental, health, well-being and debt support for the local community. Funding was provided to support 33 families over 17 weeks, providing local food vouchers, fuel top ups and family support workers.
13/01/2021 £5,000 £53,337 VETERANS' GROWTH Veterans' Growth offers horticultural therapy to veterans of the armed forces who are suffering with mental health issues. Funding was provided to enable them to deliver food packages and fuel grants to vulnerable veterans.
13/01/2021 £3,160 £35,471 TYLER'S TRUST Tyler’s Trust provides hope, comfort and ‘normality’ to children and young people who are have a terminal or life-threatening illness. It achieves this through the provision of a simple ‘Gift Box’ family support days and toys and equipment in hospitals. Funding was provided for vouchers for food, clothes, hygiene products and toys which were posted to shielding families.
13/01/2021 £5,000 £40,261 NEWHAVEN BAPTIST CHURCH Newhaven Baptist Church run a food bank supporting between 45-60 families and individuals per week. Funding was provided for food and household items, to enable them to continue this support throughout the winter.
13/01/2021 £5,000 £52,740 LES ALDEN FOUNDATION The Les Alden Foundation is run by local volunteers and supports the residents of Worthing including running the Worthing Food Foundation. Funding was provided for additional food supplies to meet demand for 4 months.
17/12/2020 £10,000 £21,688 ROFFEY INSTITUTE Funding was provided for repair and replacement work on the windows of the village hall.
17/12/2020 £5,000 £179,012 SELSEY COMMUNITY FORUM Funding was provided towards core running costs.
17/12/2020 £25,000 £331,649 SOUTH DOWNS NATIONAL PARK TRUST Funding was provided towards a new visitor centre at Seven Sisters Country Park.
09/12/2020 £5,000 DIVERSITY RESOURCE INTERNATIONAL DRI supports Sussex Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) people to achieve their life aspirations through: self-confidence to make positive choices; overcoming barriers: and achieving employment and business development goals. They provide bespoke training courses, mentoring and coaching. Courses are open to all whilst targeted at BAME communities. Funding will continue offer online or telephone bilingual support to those who are isolated or feel vulnerable.
09/12/2020 £5,000 EAST BRIGHTON FOOD CO-OPERATIVE East Brighton Food Co-op was founded to bring healthy food and community cooking to Whitehawk, Bristol Estate and Manor Farm. The events of March 2020 have meant they have sprung into action in support of their community. They will be working and campaigning hard to bring community food, fruit & veg box schemes, cookery classes and enjoyable nutritional educational events. Funding will enable the group to hire an refrigerated electric van and for purchasing an industrial electric oven.
09/12/2020 £3,000 CRAVEN VALE COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION Craven Vale is a small Council estate in East Brighton which includes significant numbers of young families, people with mental health problems, the elderly, and is nationally recognised as being an area of high deprivation. Funding enabled the group to purchase additional food supplies to help them from February to March 2021 for around 6- 8 weeks.
09/12/2020 £3,440 £2,556,025 STONEPILLOW Funding will support the salary of the part-time coordinator for two months and for food supplies and disposal containers etc
09/12/2020 £5,000 £328,084 UKHARVEST UKHarvest is a national food waste charity, distributing tonnes of donated, fresh perishable food to the vulnerable isolated people across West Sussex. Funding will increase food distribution delivery and collection accross the county. Fuel costs, staffing costs, comms, and a 4 week virtual chefing course.
09/12/2020 £5,000 £72,119 THE TREES COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION LIMITED The Trees Community Association runs Willingdon Trees Community Centre for the benefit of local people of all ages living in Hampden Park Ward, Eastbourne. Funding will support members of the community to participate in various courses, First Aid, Mental Health First Aid, Food Hygiene Level 2, Healthy Eating on a Budget, Basic IT Skills, Confidence Building, Employability - CV writing and Job Applications.
09/12/2020 £5,000 £326,566 VOICES IN EXILE Funding will support their frontline food bank service. All of their clients are disproportionately at risk of the impact of Covid-19 both because of their immigration status and because they belong to BAMER communities.
09/12/2020 £4,750 £14,280 NURTURE THROUGH NATURE Nurture Through Nature grow and supply fresh allotment vegetables to local food banks and community centres from three plots at the Moulsecoomb allotments. They run a gardening group from their plots, teaching volunteers food growing skills. They collect surplus produce from other growers at the Moulsecoomb allotments for donation. Funding will support their workers for the first three months of next growing season -February - March 2021 and for seeds and sundries.
09/12/2020 £2,970 £26,258 SEASIDE COMMUNITY HUB The object of the CIO is to further or benefit the residents of Eastbourne and the neighbourhood, without distinction of sex, sexual orientation, race or of political, religious or other opinions by associating together the said residents and the local authorities, voluntary and other organisations in a common effort to advance education and to provide facilities in the interests of social welfare. Funding will enable the group to purchase a community fridge/freezer.
09/12/2020 £5,000 £44,704 ST ANNE'S TRUST St Anne's Trust was set up to fund a day centre for homeless men and women in B&H. St Anne's Day Centre is the only Brighton day centre which is open to all, enabling them to help foreign visitors who do not qualify as asylum seekers. As well as providing a drop-in centre with hot food the offer some social activities and can offer help with benefits processing, CV preparation, drug counselling etc. Funding will be for a contribution operational costs.
09/12/2020 £5,000 £665,605 OFF THE FENCE TRUST Resisting poverty, empowering people, restoring hope. Off The Fence helps the socially excluded in Brighton & Hove. The charity offers: emergency outreach to homeless individuals and a homeless day centre; a schools programme for 6-18 year olds; and a women’s centre supporting women in crisis. Funding will enable the charity to purchase two mopeds to enable them to deliver food to people in emergency accommodation, food supplies and a p/t staff member to co-ordinate project
09/12/2020 £3,000 £102,347 SEAFORD COMMUNITY CHURCH/ TRUST Funding will support the hire of a Ford Transit Van and a mobile phone for the driver to enable them to deliver surplus food between local foodbanks over a six month period. This is due to the anticipated peak in demand and to ensure more effective sharing of goods.
09/12/2020 £2,850 £3,955,886 TURNING TIDES Funding will provide £2850 towards providing meals over the festive season to local homeless and vulnerably housed individuals.
09/12/2020 £5,000 £72,119 THE TREES COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION LIMITED The Trees Community Association runs Willingdon Trees Community Centre for the benefit of local people of all ages living in Hampden Park Ward, Eastbourne. Funding will provide support to families struggling during the school holidays. Running a 'family café', where opportunities to play together along with healthy and simple meals from the 'Foodbank Cookbook' are provided to families in need.
09/12/2020 £5,000 £62,576 DOM'S FOOD MISSIONS #VALUE!
09/12/2020 £5,000 £178,878 ST CUTHMAN'S WHITEHAWK St Cuthman's aim is to be a vibrant community hub, offering a range of programmes supporting local needs and empowering individuals to make long-term changes in their lives. In particular, they support needs around poverty and providing a safe place for the children and youth in the community. Funding is for the costs of running their drop-in service and foodbank
09/12/2020 £5,000 £71,809 LUNCH POSITIVE Lunch Positive provides community based support for people with HIV who have complex needs, diminished physical health, often multi-morbidities, symptomatic HIV (AIDS), HIV and age related frailty, diminished mental health affecting self-care. Funding is for weekly volunteer delivery of cooked food and basic pantry groceries to people in poverty who are unable to access services in-person, and an expanded drop in HIV food bank in Brighton for anyone with HIV in the locality.
09/12/2020 £4,954 THE REAL JUNK FOOD PROJECT BRIGHTON The Real Junk Food Project prepare healthy food for the community from surplus food once destined for landfill. They continue to feed the community throughout the Covid emergency. Funding will be for purchasing Vegware meal containers; paper products which are compostable or recyclable.
09/12/2020 £5,000 VOLUNTEERS NETWORK CIC Volunteers Network is a community interest company that oversees the Eastbourne Volunteers project to get people involved with their community, reducing social isolation, addressing disadvantage and improving community cohesion in Sussex. Funding will launch Eastbourne’s first ‘community fridge’ at Langney Community Centre. ‘Langney Larder’ will give away free fruit, veg, bread, tins, packaged food etc.
09/12/2020 £5,000 BRIGHTON & HOVE FOOD PARTNERSHIP The Surplus Food Network is an alliance of organisations tackling food waste by working with suppliers to distribute surplus to people in need in Brighton, Hove and surrounding areas. Funding will support staff, volunteer and transport costs, training - Food Hygiene Level 2 and Eating Well on Budget 3000 copies - printing & distribution costs
09/12/2020 £5,000 £342,202 BRIGHTON CITY TABLE TENNIS CLUB Brighton Table Tennis Club offer more than simply playing table tennis. They inspire everyone to be the best they can be, instill a lifelong love of table tennis and create a positive sense of community and self in all our players. Funding will support running the food hub and delivery service for a further 10 weeks, they are a recognised food distributor by Brighton Food Partnership.
09/12/2020 £4,640 £142,608 FOOD MATTERS FOUNDATION Food Matters mission is to establish healthy, sustainable, fair food by facilitating and championing strategic work on food, working in diverse communities and across sectors. Funding will adapt their Kitchen Kick Start programme to online participatory group sessions cooking on a budget which will include providing ingredient bags, and engaging cooking skills and recipe videos, made available via online platforms and closed Facebook groups.
09/12/2020 £5,000 £620,035 ONE CHURCH BRIGHTON Rock Farm is a food-growing social enterprise which supports many vulnerable groups and circulates funds back into the wider charity. They focus on high-productivity, low-labour growing methods that capture carbon, and improve soil health as well as being regenerative to the surrounding High Weald environment. Funding will support a for a part-time onsite grower to rapidly increase veg production for marginalised beneficiaries.
09/12/2020 £5,000 WE ARE FOODPIONEERS CIC We Are FoodPioneers is a Worthing based social enterprise, running food-based experiences bringing people together to explore food provenance and its interconnectedness with the natural environment. Funding will build on the success of BATCH, a community led COVID response project that creates nutritious, balanced meals from surplus food that would otherwise go to landfill.
09/12/2020 £5,000 £179,799 ST MATTHIAS BRIGHTON St Matthias are part of the St Peter’s family of churches, and run the St Matthais/Hollingdean Foodbank an official Trussell Trust Partner. Funding will support their part time Project Manager and for purchasing food supplies.
09/12/2020 £5,000 £264,692 ESTEEM ESTEEM offers young adults aged 14-26 opportunities to develop confidence, life-skills & improve well-being. By providing volunteering experience, 1:1 mentoring & training in a safe-space, ESTEEM helps to ease the transition into training, education and employment. Funding will support their cooking programme over the next 12 months. These sessions give young people who are in supported housing an opportunity to learn how to prepare a healthy meal and create a budget.
09/12/2020 £5,000 RAINBOW ACTION GROUP Funding will provide free healthy eating and nutrition workshops for people living in food poverty in Eastbourne. The workshops address the following outcome objectives: • Improvement in food preparation and cooking skills • Advice and guidance on healthy eating and nutrition, including advice on eating well on a budget, and for specific dietary requirements (e.g. vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free)
09/12/2020 £10,000 COMMUNITY CHEF GOOD FOOD FOR ALL CIC Community Chef specializes in developing and delivering community cookery and nutrition programmes. They deliver a range of capacity building trainings, cookery and bakery workshops and course as well as public cookery demonstrations and community catering. Funding will support and extend their programme of community cookery activities for isolated and vulnerable people in East Sussex from April 2021 - March 2022 with a particular focus on supporting people experiencing food poverty.
09/12/2020 £5,000 CHRIST CHURCH WITH ST PHILIP Funding will support essential repair works on their building that offers dedicated food storage, preparation, and dining facilities for our non-discriminatory food services for homeless and vulnerable people in Eastbourne.
09/12/2020 £5,000 VERY LOCAL FOOD HUBS PROJECT Funding is for wages beyond xmas, to see them through to March, to enable to continue delivery of this vital service.
09/12/2020 £1,000 £179,012 SELSEY COMMUNITY FORUM Selsey Community Forum runs a Care Shop. Offers information to newcomers, the community, tourists, social prescribers and agencies. They operate five monthly forums bringing 42 organisations together to plan community development. They oversee 10 community groups addressing sea defence, cycling, loneliness, dementia, befriending activity, carers, meals, funding and communication. Funding is for fresh food produce parcel deliveries
09/12/2020 £700 FOREST ROW COMMUNITY FRIDGE Forest Row Community Fridge redistribute surplus food with the local community, by businesses and individuals. Helping people connect to their communities, access nutritious food, save money and reduce waste. Funding will be used to purchase dairy products and meat for the community fridge, to then be re-distributed to households in need in the village, as identified by the Parish Council.
26/11/2020 £4,948 £38,185 BRIGHTON PEBBLES Funding was provided for staff costs and rent.
23/11/2020 £2,500 £123,266 RYE AND DISTRICT COMMUNITY TRANSPORT Funding was provided to support the running of the 326 Rye Town bus service.
23/11/2020 £4,250 MIDHURST COMMUNITY BUS ASSOCIATION Funding was provided towards the cost of a new bus.
23/11/2020 £500 £7,764 RYE WURLITZER ACADEMY Funding was provided to help sustain the group following a drop in fundraising income as a result of COVID.
23/11/2020 £1,000 £17,996 RYE COMMUNITY CENTRE Funding was provided to adapt emergency doors for general use to allow for social distancing measures when entering/exiting the building.
23/11/2020 £500 RYE CRICKET CLUB Funding was provided to enable the club to continue the development of The Rye Cricket Club Junior Section, particularly to foster and encourage those from disadvantaged backgrounds to try out the sport.
23/11/2020 £200 £5,250 PLAYDEN W I Funding was provided towards the caretaking costs during lockdown and for running costs due to a loss of earnings.
23/11/2020 £500 RYE ALLOTMENTS ASSOCIATION Funding was provided to make security improvements to the site.
23/11/2020 £500 £16,200 WINCHELSEA NEW HALL Funding was provided for the interior re-decoration of the hall and entrance lobby.
23/11/2020 £500 £844,966 FAMILY SUPPORT WORK Funding was provided towards the staff costs of a part-time family support practitioner for Rye and surrounding villages.
23/11/2020 £800 £2,761,590 MOTHERS UNION Funding was provided for refurbishment and new equipment for their caravan.
23/11/2020 £2,000 £90,413 BEXHILL FOOD BANK RYE BRANCH Funding was provided for office equipment.
23/11/2020 £200 £23,846 RYE HERITAGE CENTRE CIO (RHC) Funding was provided to set up an EPOS/telephone/broadband facility to support the Centre's marketing, booking/reservation and financial management system.
23/11/2020 £200 £19,679,000 1ST PEASMARSH BROWNIES Funding was provided to cover running costs.
23/11/2020 £600 £58,862 RYE CASTLE MUSEUM Funding was provided for IT equipment and development.
19/11/2020 £3,500 £202,222 GURJAR HINDU UNION (GHU) LTD Funding was provided for towards running costs to manage the reopening of the Apple Tree Centre, taking into account COVID guidelines.
19/11/2020 £5,000 £24,922 MARLBOROUGH THEATRE PRODUCTIONS LTD Funding was provided towards core and project costs.
19/11/2020 £3,982 £94,578 HANGLETON COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION Funding was provided for core staff costs.
19/11/2020 £4,800 £51,474 ENSEMBLE REZA Funding was provided for core staff costs of CEO and fundraiser.
19/11/2020 £5,000 £10,396 BEFRIENDED Funding was provided towards staff costs of a part-time administrator.
19/11/2020 £5,000 SMART DOG EDUCATION CIC Funding was provided to develop on-line learning for people with disabilities.
19/11/2020 £5,000 £665,605 OFF THE FENCE TRUST Funding was provided for IT upgrades and new equipment to enable them to adapt to remote working.
19/11/2020 £5,000 £876,093 JUSTLIFE FOUNDATION Funding was provided for core and project costs.
19/11/2020 £5,000 £883,215 ROCKINGHORSE Funding was provided towards a mental health and wellbeing service for children undergoing treatment for cancer.
19/11/2020 £5,000 £824,803 CREATE (ARTS) LIMITED Funding was provided for core staff costs and evaluation.
19/11/2020 £5,000 £17,229 PARKFIELD EQUINE SOLUTIONS Funding was provided for project costs of lighter touch sessions aswell as admin and volunteer costs.
19/11/2020 £5,000 £190,713 WHOOPSADAISY Funding was provided for project costs associated with conductive education sessions.
19/11/2020 £4,500 £4,085 FRIENDS OF LEWES TREES COMMITTEE Funding was provided to enable the planting of more trees in residential areas where residents have agreed to help with maintenance in their early years.
19/11/2020 £5,000 £699,355,000 BLACK DOWN AND HINDHEAD SUPPORTERS OF THE NATIONAL TRUST Funding was provided for project costs of 'The Wilder Valewood project' aimed at increasing the number of species and the density of plant, insect, bird and animal wildlife.
19/11/2020 £3,155 £2,965 GO YOUTH ACTIVITIES Funding was provided for a new garage and equipment.
19/11/2020 £5,000 £14,829 LANGNEY COMMUNITY LIBRARY Funding was provided for project costs associated with developing the activities available for the community to include a homework club, literacy project and intergenerational activities.
19/11/2020 £3,326 MEN IN SHEDS LANCING AND SOMPTING Funding was provided for tools and supplies.
19/11/2020 £2,613 HILLCREST WOODCARVING CLUB Funding was provided for rent costs for the workshop.
19/11/2020 £3,600 £973,480 THE WAVE PROJECT Funding was provided for project costs associated in delivering The Wave Project at Southwick Beach in 2021.
19/11/2020 £2,587 NATURE NURTURE SUSSEX CIC Funding was provided for staff and volunteer training and running costs.
19/11/2020 £4,300 £39,915 HOLY TRINITY SCHOOL CUCKFIELD PTA Funding was provided towards the cost of an outdoor classroom.
19/11/2020 £4,743 £160,013 ASSERT Funding was provided for staff costs.
19/11/2020 £3,500 £106,305 CANCERWISE Funding was provided towards the cost of offering 175 hours of Telephone counselling over a three month period for cancer patients and their family members aged 16+.
19/11/2020 £5,000 £160,316 HOME-START CHAMS Funding was provided for staff costs to help with the increase of work involved in adapting to COVID restrictions.
19/11/2020 £4,980 £45,091 DIFFERENT PLANET ARTS Funding was provided towards core staff costs for three months, specifically the CEO - 8 days per month and a fundraiser for 4 days per month.
19/11/2020 £5,000 GO LOCAL COMMUNITY INTEREST COMPANY Funding was provided towards core costs, rent, staff, website and set up of the facility.
19/11/2020 £5,000 £496,357 KANGAROOS Funding was provided towards staff costs involved in delivering a virtual programme to families and face to face activities once restrictions allow.
19/11/2020 £5,000 £475,709 LIFE CENTRE Funding was provided to cover staffing, travel and any other costs involved in sourcing and securing a new office base in Crawley.
19/11/2020 £4,000 £35,975 STEYNING DOWNLAND SCHEME Funding was provided for urgent conservation work to restore the eroded medieval millpond dam and to build an information board, explaining the value of the pond to the local community.
19/11/2020 £2,500 £1,226 TILLINGTON LOCAL CARE (TLC) Funding was provided towards volunteer expenses, operating costs, insurance, literature and honorarium to the Secretary.
19/11/2020 £5,000 £661,454 TOGETHER CO Funding was provided to pilot new ways of digitally helping people suffering loneliness and isolation to re-group after the pandemic.
19/11/2020 £900 £34,335 SAMARITANS HORSHAM AND CRAWLEY Funding was provided for two new computers.
19/11/2020 £1,500 £520,216 NOW! CHARITY GROUP LTD Funding was provided towards an upcycling and furniture repairs project.
19/11/2020 £1,000 1ST BROAD OAK AND PUNNETT'S TOWN SCOUT GROUP Funding was provided to refurbish the toilets and make one more accessible.
19/11/2020 £1,200 1ST NORTHBROOK BROWNIES Funding was provided for membership fees and venue hire.
19/11/2020 £1,000 £37,791 HENFIELD HAVEN CIO Funding was provided for new IT equipment and training.
19/11/2020 £1,800 THE COPPICE AND ANGMERING SURGERY PATIENTS PARTICIPATION GROUP Funding was provided for the purchase of a Microsuction machine and a Blood Pressure machine for the Practice.
19/11/2020 £2,268 BOGNOR REGIS CRICKET CLUB Funding was provided to replace netting and matting.
19/11/2020 £2,000 A TOWN EXPLORES A BOOK Funding was provided for project costs associated with “A St Leonard's Nonsense Botany and Beastery” project with Ed Boxall.
19/11/2020 £2,000 BOGNOR AND CHICHESTER VOICE Funding was provided towards running costs.
18/11/2020 £5,000 £4,118 CHARITY MENTORS EAST SUSSEX Funding was provided towards staff costs.
18/11/2020 £5,000 THE EYE (ECO YOUNG & ENGAGED) PROJECT Funding was provided to help develop an educational recycling hub and make it safe for visiting groups.
18/11/2020 £3,865 WEALD ALLOTMENT GARDENERS ASSOCIATION Funding was provided for an outdoor disability-friendly eco-toilet with a baby changing area and digital guide to keeping a community fridge going.
18/11/2020 £4,937 THE REAL JUNK FOOD PROJECT BRIGHTON Funding was provided for new kitchen equipment.
18/11/2020 £5,000 ADHD AWARE Funding was provided for running costs.
18/11/2020 £4,585 ARUN EXACT CIC Funding was provided for core running costs.
18/11/2020 £5,000 ARTYTIME Funding was provided towards the project costs of running a new youth club in Crowborough.
18/11/2020 £5,000 MOVINGSOUNDS Funding was provided to enable to Movingsounds to continue to adapt and deliver services under current restrictions to ensure they can support more people experiencing poor mental health.
18/11/2020 £4,950 £331,649 SOUTH DOWNS NATIONAL PARK TRUST Funding was provided towards the project costs of free outdoor learning days for school children
18/11/2020 £5,000 SUSSEX SYRIAN COMMUNITY GROUP Funding was provided towards running/project costs.
18/11/2020 £5,000 £35,078 SAY APHASIA Funding was provided towards staff costs.
18/11/2020 £5,000 £531,199 FABRICA Funding was provided for staff costs of 3 volunteer co-ordinators.
18/11/2020 £5,000 £297,673 VOICES IN EXILE Funding was provided for staff and project costs.
18/11/2020 £4,920 £43,001 DRAWING LIFE Funding was provided for remote support via video tutorials, books and advice to enable people to engage from home.
18/11/2020 £4,527 OROMO COMMUNITY IN BRIGHTON AND HOVE Funding was provided for project costs associated with a Mens Health & Fitness project, community meals and an AGM.
18/11/2020 £4,715 BRIGHTON & HOVE RACIAL HARASSMENT FORUM Funding was provided for staff and volunteer costs.
18/11/2020 £5,000 £19,429 MUMA NURTURE Funding was provided for staff costs associated with launching a new service in St Leonards.
18/11/2020 £4,296 CHICHESTER FOREST SCHOOLS CIC Funding was provided for a project aimed at women who have suffered abuse.
18/11/2020 £5,000 PLASTIC FREE EASTBOURNE Funding was provided for the installation of a refill station near the public toilets at the Holywell Tea Chalet on Eastbourne's promenade.
18/11/2020 £5,000 £27,005 THE FRIENDS OF HALSFORD PARK SCHOOL Funding was provided for new laptops.
18/11/2020 £5,000 £58,007 THE HUMMINGBIRD REFUGEE PROJECT Funding was provided towards staff/running and project costs.
18/11/2020 £5,000 £34,517 ARTICULATE ARTS LTD Funding was provided for core costs.
18/11/2020 £5,000 £12,466 CROSSOVER BRIGHTON Funding was provided towards the purchase of a new food truck and running costs.
18/11/2020 £5,000 SEAFRIENDS Funding was provided for core costs.
18/11/2020 £5,000 VIDA ACTIVE CLUB CIC Funding was provided towards establishing a new exercise group in Goldsmid Ward in Hove and an established session in Maybridge.
18/11/2020 £4,004 £8,622 FORD FORWARD COMMUNITY CHAPLAINCY Funding was provided for staff costs.
18/11/2020 £4,945 RENEGADES YOUTH CLUB Funding was provided for camping equipment.
18/11/2020 £5,000 £192,607 CAP DEBT CENTRE - TRINITY METHODIST CHURCH Funding was provided towards core costs.
18/11/2020 £5,000 £116,797 REACHING FAMILIES Funding was provided towards core costs the delivery of the core programme for a year including adapted virtual support during COVID restrictions.
18/11/2020 £5,000 HOLDING SPACE Funding was provided for staff costs and volunteer expenses.
18/11/2020 £5,000 RITA PROJECT CIC Funding was provided for staff costs of a part-time co-ordinator.
18/11/2020 £5,761 BLACK MINORITY & ETHNIC COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP OF BRIGHTON & HOVE Funding was provided for the purchase of IT equipment.
18/11/2020 £5,000 £550,191 LEVEL WATER Funding was provided towards a project coordinator, marketing costs, swimming lessons, and monitoring and evaluation.
18/11/2020 £5,000 £29,488 ALFRISTON WAR MEMORIAL HALL Funding was provided for access improvements outside the village hall.
18/11/2020 £5,000 BRIGHTON COOKING CLUB (BCC) Funding was provided towards running costs and a pilot 'recipe box' scheme to increase food education.
18/11/2020 £5,000 EAST BRIGHTON FOOD CO-OPERATIVE Funding was provided for staff costs of a project co-ordinator.
18/11/2020 £2,520 £4,688 BREATHEEASY EASTBOURNE Funding was provided for physiotherapy staff costs of running rehabilitation exercise and education classes to service users with chronic lung conditions during term time.
18/11/2020 £4,284 VYD Funding was provided towards project delivery costs.
18/11/2020 £11,000 £16,818,000 CHRIST CHURCH ORE Funding was provided for kitchen refurbishment.
18/11/2020 £4,790 IRONCLAD CREATIVE CIC Funding was provided for project costs.
18/11/2020 £5,000 SEAVIEW PROJECT Funding was provided towards staff costs of a digital inclusion project supporting service users and members to improve their confidence in using digital technology.
18/11/2020 £5,000 £518,554 4SIGHT VISION SUPPORT Funding was provided for a staff costs of a living well co-ordinator.
18/11/2020 £5,000 £470,896 ALLSORTS YOUTH PROJECT Funding was provided for staff and project costs involved in offering support to LGBT+ young people in Hastings and Rother.
18/11/2020 £5,000 £361,006 BRIGHTON & HOVE CITY MISSION Funding was provided for costs associated with running Brighton Food Bank.
18/11/2020 £5,000 £270,798 BRIGHTON AND HOVE SPEAK OUT Funding was provided towards core running costs.
18/11/2020 £5,000 £228,994 BRIGHTON UNEMPLOYED CENTRE FAMILIES PROJECT Funding was provided for staff and running costs.
18/11/2020 £4,990 £441,869 CAROUSEL Funding was provided for four pilot episodes on Carousel TV sharing disabled people’s skills, talents, humour and creativity on popular accessible platforms.
18/11/2020 £5,000 £432,494 CITY GATE COMMUNITY PROJECTS (FARESHARE PROJECT) Funding was provided towards core costs.
18/11/2020 £5,000 COMMON CAUSE CO-OPERATIVE Funding was provided towards project costs associated with running therapeutic gardening sessions at Lewes House Garden for people referred primarily by the ‘Social Prescribers’ based in the Lewes.
18/11/2020 £4,196 £6,164,090 CRUSE BEREAVEMENT CARE- WEST SUSSEX AREA Funding was provided towards core costs including phone costs and the staff costs of an administrator.
18/11/2020 £3,880 £460,144 DAME VERA LYNN TRUST Funding was provided for two months salary of an Outreach Family Support Worker to enable them to adapt services in light of COVID restrictions to ensure families still feel supported.
18/11/2020 £4,000 £278,460 EAST SUSSEX HEARING RESOURCE CENTRE Funding was provided to update demonstration equipment of assistive devices both at the Centre and on an outreach vehicle. In addition it will pay for an extra lipreading/signing course.
18/11/2020 £5,000 £711,847 EXTRATIME Funding was provided towards the running costs of After School Clubs for children and young people aged 4-16 who have SEND.
18/11/2020 £5,000 £40,736 GOLDEN LION CHILDRENS TRUST Funding was provided for Christmas toy sacks for children with special needs whose families are in crisis.
18/11/2020 £4,688 £463,169 GRASSROOTS SUICIDE PREVENTION Funding was provided for new IT equipment to enable staff to work from home more effectively.
18/11/2020 £7,000 HASTINGS & ROTHER CREDIT UNION Funding was provided to upgrade their banking IT system to be able to deliver an effective service to everyone in Hastings & Rother.
18/11/2020 £5,000 £154,740 HASTINGS AND ROTHER MEDIATION Funding was provided towards staff costs of a Time 2 Talk Project Co-ordinator and Case Worker, as well as a proportion of running costs for this project.
18/11/2020 £5,000 £225,498 HOME-START ARUN, WORTHING & ADUR Funding was provided to implement an improved communication plan to reach out to families and raise awareness of the virtual support available.
18/11/2020 £5,000 £121,921 HOME-START CHICHESTER AND DISTRICT Funding was provided towards the staff costs of a Finance Administrator.
18/11/2020 £5,000 £90,926 ST LUKE'S ADVICE SERVICE Funding was provided towards core costs.
18/11/2020 £5,000 £188,400 STAY UP LATE Funding was provided for the staff costs of a Community Engagement Manager to develop outreach pathways, connecting new participants that are the hardest to reach, with a particular emphasis on BAME communities and people who are ‘shielding’.
18/11/2020 £5,000 £242,383 SUSSEX ASSOCIATION FOR SPINA BIFIDA & HYDROCEPHALUS Funding was provided as a contribution to core staff/running costs.
18/11/2020 £5,000 £146,965 SUSSEX NIGHTSTOP PLUS Funding was provided towards staff costs.
18/11/2020 £5,000 £377,363 SARA LEE TRUST Funding was provided to expand the Community Therapy Service (supporting patients unable to attend therapy hubs) to meet increasing demand.
18/11/2020 £5,000 £78,325 TREES COMMMUNITY ASSOCIATION Funding was provided for core staff/running costs.
18/11/2020 £5,000 £675,513 LITTLE GATE FARM Funding was provided for project costs associated with running a Jobs Forum for adults with learning disabilities. This will include venue hire, new laptops as well as supporting staff salaries.
18/11/2020 £3,000 ARTS DREAM SELSEY Funding was provided towards adaptations required in order to run their Autumn Programme whilst complying with COVID guidelines
18/11/2020 £5,000 £51,564 RECOVERY PARTNERS Funding was provided towards staff costs for a peer-supported creative arts and personal history pilot project for isolated older people (60+) living with mental health challenges, in Eastbourne and Hastings.
18/11/2020 £5,000 £44,065 BRIGHTON FESTIVAL CHORUS Funding was provided to support the creation of the annual sell-out Christmas concert at the Brighton Dome - Sussex Sings Christmas - which this year will be a live streamed event meaning a drop in income due to loss of ticket sales.
18/11/2020 £3,990 £152,073 CANCER UNITED Funding was provided for 2/3 bikes adapted for disabled riders to enable them to take part in the Active Sussex Out cycle cancer project.
18/11/2020 £4,997 £594,626 THE GIRLS' NETWORK Funding was provided towards, staff costs, operational and activity costs and overheads.
18/11/2020 £1,500 DANCING FOR FUN AND FITNESS Funding was provided to cover the costs of a community dance practitioner and hall rental given a reduction in income due to COVID restrictions and reduced numbers.
18/11/2020 £1,670 £424,224 HANGLETON & KNOLL 50+ STEERING GROUP Funding was provided for weekly Zoom sessions for Sing for Better Health and for room hire when face to face classes resume.
18/11/2020 £1,870 HOMEOPATHY IN THE SUSSEX COMMUNITY Funding was provided towards core costs to help the organisation adapt to challenges and change as a result of COVID.
18/11/2020 £750 £5,505 SUSSEX ME SOCIETY Funding was provided towards the costs of running a medical conference providing health workers, patients and others affected by ME/CFS with the latest information and how to diagnose and manage the illness.
18/11/2020 £2,020 £3,865 SEASIDE HOSPITAL RADIO, SOUTHLANDS HOSPITAL Funding was provided towards core running costs.
18/11/2020 £1,500 £185,565 REMAP - BRIGHTON AND DISTRICT Funding was provided towards project & running costs.
18/11/2020 £840 CONNECT CAFE - SOMPTING COMMUNITY CHURCH Funding was provided for consumables at the Connect Cafe Shop.
18/11/2020 £2,200 CRAWLEY RANGERS FOOTBALL CLUB Funding was provided for equipment for a disability football team and garage rental.
17/11/2020 £2,500 £18,117,000 MND ASSOCIATION Funding was provided towards the cost of home adaptations for an individual with MND.
17/11/2020 £943 £23,904 THE FRIENDS OF HALSFORD PARK SCHOOL Funding was provided to update a SEN Classroom.
17/11/2020 £800 £4,499,817 CRAWLEY TOWN LIFE SAVING CLUB Funding was provided for a new gazebo.
17/11/2020 £966 ST PETER’S COMMUNITY HALL Funding was provided for the refurbishment of bathrooms.
16/11/2020 £500 METAMORPHOSIS Funding was provided for project costs associated with running art and yoga classes for a number of beneficiaries in Moulsecoomb and surrounding areas.
16/11/2020 £1,000 £33,924 SALAAM FOOTBALL CLUB Funding was provided for project costs associated with running football sessions for children.
16/11/2020 £1,000 ST GEORGES HALL Funding was provided for materials and equipment for the Resource Centre and towards new storage in the hall to maximise space and capacity.
16/11/2020 £1,000 WHITEHAWK COMMUNITY FOOD PROJECT Funding was provided for running costs such as tools, equipment and other vital supplies.
16/11/2020 £500 BELTA Funding was provided for equipment and project costs to improve green spaces on the Bristol Estate
16/11/2020