Two Ridings Community Foundation

Who they support

Two Ridings Community Foundation is one of 46 accredited community foundations in the UK with the shared aim of helping individuals, families, entrepreneurs, companies, charitable trusts and public sector bodies connect with, support and invest in their local communities across the UK.

  • The average annual spending of grantees has been £1 million
  • The average age of charities supported has been years.

Grant criteria

Two Ridings Community Foundation is a hub for donors to channel funds directly to grassroots charities. They are the local distribution partner in North and East Yorkshire for funds raised by the National Emergencies Trust.

Regional preferences: North and East Yorkshire

Grant details

An average grant award from Two Ridings CF is around £3000 to smaller organisations so would not normally fund an organisation with an income in excess of £500k.

Application procedure

It can take up to 12 weeks to get a decision on an application, however this depends on when in the cycle your application is submitted, the process generally takes between 6 and 12 weeks.

www.tworidingscf.org.uk

info@tworidingscf.org.uk

01904929500

Pavilion 2000
Amy Johnson Way
YORK
YO30 4XT


Charity registered in England & Wales, No: 1166471
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Analysis of Grants Made
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In this period 761 donations have been made totalling £4,053,231 to 483 organisations

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By ValueBy Number
The National Lottery Community Fund 38% 33%
Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport 25% 21%
Co-operative Group 17% 15%
Garfield Weston Foundation 13% 11%
BBC Children in Need 8% 7%
Joseph Rowntree Housing Trust 8% 5%
Masonic Charitable Foundation 7% 5%
Sport England 6% 6%
The Clothworkers Foundation 6% 5%
The Tudor Trust 5% 2%
Sole supporter: 46% by number, 41% by value.
Individual Grants Made
When Amount Annual
Spending
Grantee To be used for
13/01/2023 £13,280 INSTITUTE OF DEVELOPMENTAL STUDIES Funding for a Learning Partner to support the learning and development of the Together With Young People collective in York.
10/01/2023 £3,000 REFUGEE ACTION YORK (RAY) Funding towards staff costs.
10/01/2023 £1,941 YORK GREENWAYS Funding towards the solar system greenway wildlife survey including displays, leaflets and towards an intern.
10/01/2023 £2,000 BARHAM AFC Funding towards training staff and purchasing equipment for an inclusive football club.
10/01/2023 £2,000 £139,152 DALESPLAY Funding towards replacing lighting with more energy efficient versions.
10/01/2023 £2,000 EBBERSTON CRICKET CLUB Funding towards outdoor safety equipment for rural cricket club.
10/01/2023 £500 GILBERDYKE CRICKET CLUB Funding towards team t-shirts for rural cricket club.
10/01/2023 £2,000 £103,438 INTERACTIVE WHITBY & DISTRICT Funding for overheads for office space for charity providing activities and respite for families with children with disabilities.
10/01/2023 £1,400 £27,724,000 MS SOCIETY HAMBLETON & RICHMONDSHIRE GROUP Funding for a specialised face to face exercise class and an information event to support people living with Multiple Sclerosis.
10/01/2023 £2,000 RYEDALE & DISTRICT MENCAP Funding to support core costs to run their essential services.
12/12/2022 £10,000 THE MOORLANDS COMMUNITY CHARITY Funding will be used for staffing costs and a laptop to esure the organsiation can provide holistic support to local residents facing social and economic disadvantage.
12/12/2022 £2,000 THE COLLECTIVE SHAREHOUSE LTD Grant to The Collective Sharehouse Ltd
12/12/2022 £2,000 TIMEBANK HULL AND EAST RIDING Funding for table-top cookers and other equipment, ingredients, and staff to provide people with recipes, fresh and store-cupboard ingredients to support them with making inexpensive easy hot meals, including the option to cook the meal at the Timebank centre.
12/12/2022 £2,000 UPPER WENSLEYDALE COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP Funding will be used to purchase items such as soup flasks, blankets, slow cookers to distribute to those most in need. There is also an element which may be used to support those on oil, the cost can be prohibtive as people have to buy a minimum amount.
12/12/2022 £2,000 WEST HULL ARLFC Grant to West Hull ARLFC
12/12/2022 £2,000 £62,037 WHISH - WHITBY HIDDEN IMPAIRMENTS SUPPORT & HELP Funding to purchase fridge, freezer, slow cookers and air fryers to allow them to run cooking sessions with the community, particularly young people.
12/12/2022 £2,000 £145,995 WHITBY, SCARBOROUGH & RYEDALE DISABILITY ACTION GROUP Funding will be used for staffing costs to ensure there is specific support available for disabled people. The staff will ensure people have access to the benefits they are entitled to. They will support them with food packages and be a friendly and familiar face.
12/12/2022 £2,000 £486,021 YORK & DISTRICT CITIZENS ADVICE BUREAU Funding will be used to purchase fuel top up for individuals and families on pre-payment metres.
12/12/2022 £2,000 YORKSHIRE ENERGY DOCTOR CIC Grant to Yorkshire Energy Doctor CIC
12/12/2022 £2,000 £786,868 AGE UK SCARBOROUGH Funding for 100 packs for older residents containing slipper socks, blanket, hot water bottle and heatable bean bag to keep older people warm and reduce fear of winter. Organisation will also offer recipients income and energy advice.
12/12/2022 £2,000 £74,196 BIG FUTURES FOUNDATION Funding will be used to purchase items that will be distributed to families in need. The items will include microwave toys to keep children warm, hot water bottles, thermos flask and 20 Christmas hampers.
12/12/2022 £2,000 £1,772,906 CHILD DYNAMIX Grant to Child Dynamix
12/12/2022 £805 DANDELION ARTS Funding will be used to provide care packages for 5 families identified. The packages will include items to help keep people warm and food parcels so they can eat.
12/12/2022 £2,000 £203,093 EAST YORKSHIRE FOODBANK Funding will be used to supplement 400 food parcels. The food that will be purchased will be tinned items that can be re-heated - this ensures people are receiving a hot food option that is easy cook.
12/12/2022 £2,000 £110,978 FRIENDS OF PELICAN PARK Grant to Friends of Pelican Park
12/12/2022 £2,000 £115,667 HOME-START CRAVEN Grant to Home-Start Craven
12/12/2022 £2,000 HULL COUNCIL OF DISABLED PEOPLE Funding will be used to purchase gas and electric tokens as well as purchase food to provide small food parcels.
12/12/2022 £2,000 INCREDIBLE EDIBLE MARSHLAND Grant to Incredible Edible Marshland
12/12/2022 £2,000 £980,944 NORTHERN HULL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT LTD Grant to Northern Hull Community Development Ltd
12/12/2022 £2,000 £1,221,545 PRESTON ROAD ENTERPRISES Funding to subsidise a homecooked meal including a hot main course so that families can pay just £1 per meal for a charity offering a range of support in Hull.
12/12/2022 £2,000 SETTLE COMMUNITY AND BUSINESS HUB CIC Grant to Settle Community and Business Hub CIC
12/12/2022 £2,000 SETTLE PCC PANTRY (FOOD BANK) Funding towards the Pantry who offer food, hygiene products and cleaning items, as well as wrap around support such as CV writing and cookery.
12/12/2022 £2,000 £349,417 SOUTHERN HOLDERNESS RESOURCE CENTRE Grant to Southern Holderness Resource Centre
12/12/2022 £2,000 £108,297 TANG HALL COMMUNITY CENTRE Funding will be used to purchase food in order to provide hot meals for up to 50 people a week. This will be aimed at those most in need of support and socially isolated.
08/12/2022 £5,000 OLD PRIORY JUDO CLUB Funding will be used to purchase new equipment and undertake first aid training.
08/12/2022 £2,000 £142,671 THE HUT YORK LTD Funding will be used to support the core overheads of The Hut. The Hut provides help and support to the lcoal community and a safe environment for people to cope with daily challenges.
08/12/2022 £2,000 £251,865 YORK CITY CHURCH Funding will be used to train chefs from three differenct cultures. They will have the opportunity to develop their skills and knowledge, and then share that with the lcoal community.
08/12/2022 £1,015 £9,163 YOUTH WITH A MISSION (YWAM) YORK Funding will be used to develop youth provision in the Leeman Road area of York. This gap had been identified and YWAMY have started engaging with yung people during the holidays and developed this in to a weekly club and would like to extend this provision.
08/12/2022 £2,000 £312,703 ALL SAINTS & ST ANDREW'S CHURCH, HUNTINGTON Funding will be used to run 2 events during the Christmas holidays aimed at young people. The young people will create a performance from scratch and develop their skills.
08/12/2022 £1,998 £46,346 BARREL ORGAN CIO Funding will be used to run a creative workshop for 15 young people focused around leadership and empowerment, using theatre as a way of engagement and development.
08/12/2022 £1,840 DANDELION ARTS Funding will be used to run support sessions for neurodiverse single mums. These people are the ones leading and managing the household but may require support on navigating systems to ensure they have everything they need. This should have a huge impact on the mental health and wellbeing of the mums.
08/12/2022 £2,000 £52,211 FAMILY MATTERS YORK Funding will be used to run 2 'Anger Within' sessions which will support 24 parents to better understand themselves and their children. People often feel shame and despair that anger may be their first response to problems but the group provides a supportive environment to discuss their problems.
08/12/2022 £1,584 £52,117 FRIENDS OF ROWNTREE PARK Funding will be used to run a forest school for families experiencing neurodivergent conditions. The forest school environment provides is rich in sensory opportunities and is a non-judgemental space.
08/12/2022 £1,188 GROW WILD YORK CIC Funding will be used to provide sessions to support people to grow their own fruit and vegetables and engage in the outdoors to improve their quality of life. The sessions will be predominantly aimed at people with brain injuries and dementia.
08/12/2022 £2,000 £169,900 LIVING WORD CHURCH Funding will be used to replace their kitchen equipment (dishwasher, knife set, food). The organisation is a hub that supports and signposts people to essential services. They also have organisations such as Peasholme, York Citizens Advice Beureau that use their building. It is important to be able to give people a tea, coffee and small snack.
07/12/2022 £7,618 GENERATE Funding for staff time, web development and equipment to assess the groups' current digital systems, update them and train staff and volunteers in their use, to better support more trans people and create more jobs.
07/12/2022 £10,000 THUNK-IT THEATRE CIC Funding for fundraising officer and marketing/communications officer, plus running costs, to bring in further income and connect with partner organisations.
07/12/2022 £9,448 YORK BIKE BELLES Funding for a new Resilience Development Officer, and funding towards office costs, to increase activities and participants, retain staff, develop partnerships and develop fundraising.
07/12/2022 £5,096 NEXT DOOR BUT ONE Funding for staff, fundraising training, and online storage to build short term capacity, to meet larger fundraising targets, to review the business plan, to spread the responsibility for fundraising across more of the team, and to reach more people with disabilities.
07/12/2022 £10,000 BIG FUTURES FOUNDATION Funding towards CEO salary to help support the organisation expand into secondary schools in York.
07/12/2022 £9,620 YORK IN RECOVERY Funding for staff, website maintenance, training, consultancy and tech subscriptions to develop more staff capacity, the capacity to support women specifically, use new technological services, and develop new income.
07/12/2022 £5,000 MENFULNESS Funding for a new staff member to develop organisation which supports men with their mental health.
07/12/2022 £6,376 GROW WILD YORK CIC Funding for staff and equipment to develop trading income to make the group more self sustaining.
07/12/2022 £10,000 SNAPPY Funding for a fundraising co-ordinator, DBS fees and equipment to develop the income of the group, and prepare for a move to larger premises.
07/12/2022 £8,531 TREASURE CHEST YORK Funding towards a fundraiser, staff time for training and venue hire, to create a more stable income stream and diversify the responsibility for offering training and workshops.
07/12/2022 £10,000 YORK WOMENS COUNSELLING SERVICE Funding for staff, recruitment and training to recruit new therapists with specialist experience, to develop more diverse income, and to develop the existing team.
06/12/2022 £7,020 CITY OF HULL SPORT AND COMMUNITY GROUP CIC Funding will be used to run a 'Box to Success' programme. This will work with children and young people who are living in deprivation
06/12/2022 £10,000 TIME TO LISTEN Funding will be used to provide 15 counselling sessions for 10 children and young people. They are unable to get support elsewhere and are not in a position to be able to pay for private treatment. Some of the young people may be in care or carers or are facing bereavement and other significant life changes.
06/12/2022 £9,655 EDLINGTON COMMUNITY ORGANISATION Funding towards staffing and overheads for in- and outdoor activities and free meals for children who are vulnerable, living in poverty or living in families with additional needs, in a deprived area of Doncaster
06/12/2022 £10,000 HULL AND EAST YORKSHIRE CHILDREN'S UNIVERSITY Funding will be used to deliver tailored learning experiences to children and young people in care. This bbuilds on other activities that the organisation is already doing with young people in care.
06/12/2022 £10,000 BIG FUTURES FOUNDATION Fudning will be used to provide 8 weeks of 1-to-1 counseliing to children and their parents particulalry those with anxiety and low self-esteem. The activities vary and include cookery, arts and carfts and life skills sessions as a way of engagement and longer term development.
06/12/2022 £10,000 HIGHER RHYTHM LTD Funding for staff, website and travel for specialist music workshops in school catering for children with special educations needs and/or social, emotional and mental health needs.
01/12/2022 £2,500 GILBERDYKE & DISTRICT LEISURE ASSOCIATION Funding for litter bin, folding tables and a baby change unit to improve community facilities.
01/12/2022 £3,000 GILBERDYKE WAR MEMORIAL HALL AND PLAYING FIELDS Funding for curtains, flooring, electrical equipment, paint etc to improve local hall so that entertainers can better use the space.
01/12/2022 £2,000 £13,556 EASTRINGTON AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY Funding towards cost of marquee hire to support affordable agricultural show for local residents.
01/12/2022 £1,270 £9,836 EASTRINGTON PLAYING FIELDS AND RECREATION TRUST Funding for combined rugby and football goal posts for village playing field in a rurally isolated area.
01/12/2022 £900 £49,053 EASTRINGTON VILLAGE HALL ASSOCIATION Funding towards a new metal fire door to replace an old wooden door for a room in a village hall used by a variety of groups and people.
01/12/2022 £2,200 GILBERDYKE PARISH COUNCIL Funding for Gilberdyke Youth Project for room hire, equipment, arts and crafts materials and safety equipment for staff, to offer events and services to more local young people, to improve young people's mental health and reduce anti-social behaviour.
01/12/2022 £1,000 £45,976 ROTARY CLUB OF HOWDEN Funding towards room hire for cafe supporting those with dementia and their carers.
28/11/2022 £500 HAMPSTHWAITE WEDNESDAY GROUP Funding to subsidise Christmas meal for pensioners in rurally isolated area.
21/11/2022 £2,000 BRIDLINGTON SEASIDER CIC Funding towards venue hire and equipment for the walking football programme.
21/11/2022 £1,000 £38,670 NORTH HULL COMMUNITY CENTRE Grant to North Hull Community Centre
17/11/2022 £500 HARROGATE BOROUGH COUNCIL Grant to Harrogate Borough Council
17/11/2022 £500 HARROGATE BOROUGH COUNCIL Grant to Harrogate Borough Council
17/11/2022 £500 HARROGATE BOROUGH COUNCIL Grant to Harrogate Borough Council
15/11/2022 £3,000 SUNFLOWERS IN YORK Funding to provide weekly psychological support for 2 months for Ukrainian Families in York.
15/11/2022 £500 £224,439 THE VALLEY PROJECT Assessor Award
15/11/2022 £2,000 £36,960 YORK CITY OF SANCTUARY Funding to support the resettlement of Ukrainian refugees in York.
15/11/2022 £500 EASTRINGTON PARISH COUNCIL Funding for litter pick station, litter pickers and recycled bags to help maintain and improve local wildlife site.
15/11/2022 £1,760 £7,515 EMERGING VOICES Funding for choir leader, room hire and admin for a choir supporting people facing mental health difficutlies.
15/11/2022 £500 KETTLEWELL WITH STARBOTTON PARISH COUNCIL Fundin to build a new website. Previous one has been hacked and is unavailable to use.
15/11/2022 £895 LET'S SING! HORNSEA Funding towards the cost of stationery supplies and equipment to be able to run Let's Sing choir group.
14/11/2022 £2,700 INSPIRED YOUTH ARTS York Together With Young People Engagement
14/11/2022 £2,700 CHANGING LIVES York Together With Young People Engagement
14/11/2022 £2,700 QUEERARTS CIC York Together With Young People Engagement
14/11/2022 £2,700 NORTH YORKSHIRE YOUTH LTD York Together With Young People Engagement
14/11/2022 £2,700 YORK TRAVELLERS TRUST York Together With Young People Engagement
14/11/2022 £675 YORK CARES York Together With Young People Engagement
10/11/2022 £1,965 £89,758 THE MAXIMUM LIFE YOUTH PROJECT Funding will be used to provide food parcels to families in need. This is a continuation of their covid response as they are continuing to see demand. They are in an area of high deprivation. They are currently providing between 5 and 10 parcels a week.
10/11/2022 £2,000 £471,656 AGE UK NORTH CRAVEN Funding will be used to purchase food to top up the food pantry and provide other essential items to those using the pantry. This could be blankets, hot water bottles, portable lights in case of black outs.
10/11/2022 £1,975 £410,000 BEVERLEY CHERRY TREE COMMUNITY CENTRE Funding to provide gas and electric top ups for those most in need during winter. This will be additional to the social suppermarket that they already offer. The people they support have low incomes and are living in fuel poverty. They expect to support 150 people.
10/11/2022 £1,700 £1,274,072 CARERS PLUS YORKSHIRE LTD Funding towards flasks, top-up bundles, warm clothes, information cards, to offer warm bundles and support to vulnerable households.
10/11/2022 £2,000 £3,084,806 CITIZENS ADVICE MID-NORTH YORKS Funding will be used to purchase warm packs for those most in need. They will receive further advice around debt and maximising income.
10/11/2022 £2,000 COASTLINE SIGHT AND HEARING COMMUNITY Funding for slow cookers and food for individuals, and a fridge to be a community fridge, for an organisation supporting those with sight or hearing loss.
10/11/2022 £2,000 £329,078 DOOR 84 Funding for warming items, torches, batteries food and a contribution to overheads, for youth and community centre supporting an increased demand for help.
10/11/2022 £2,000 DRIFFIELD TOWN CRICKET CLUB Funding will be used to provide hot meals and a drink to those who need it. The club will provide it at their venue so there is an element of socialising and building community. They have included a contribution towards their overheads due to this.
10/11/2022 £2,000 FLASH COMPANY ARTS LTD. CIC Funding towards slow cookers, blankets, electric blankets and other warm items to distribute via community fridge project, plus contribution towards orgs own fuel costs.
10/11/2022 £2,000 GALLOWS CLOSE CENTRE MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE Funding towards energy vouchers and food parcels for organisation partnering to provide warm spaces and support in a deprived area of Scarborough.
10/11/2022 £1,930 £996,031 GIROSCOPE LIMITED Funding for warm bedding, clothes, slow cookers, pre-payment support for tenants in receipt of benefits including single mums and refugees in a deprived area of Hull.
10/11/2022 £2,000 £327,149 HESSLE ROAD NETWORK Funding will be used to support local residents through providing gas and electric top ups and food parcels when necessary. They work particularly with older and vulnerable people and expect to support 50 people.
10/11/2022 £2,000 £298,930 HULL COMMUNITY CHURCH Funding will be used to support their food club which has been operating since the pandemic. People using the food club pay £2 and receive a basket of food worth £20. The grant will enable them to purchase more food and keep going another 6 months.
10/11/2022 £1,620 £255,553 KYRA WOMEN'S PROJECT Funding for hot soup and roll for women on low incomes attending a twice-weekly drop in session where women can access a range of support, and will now be able to use the opportunity for a warm space too.
10/11/2022 £1,719 £271,781 LIFELINE HARROGATE Funding will be used to purchase hot water bottles, blankets and food. The people Lifeline support have been affected by homelessness and are still on low income.
10/11/2022 £2,000 MASH Funding for warming items, slow cookers and emergency fuel credit to support vulnerable older people on fixed incomes who access a warm space.
10/11/2022 £2,000 £268,888 MIND IN HARROGATE DISTRICT Funding would be used to hire venues so people have access to a warm space, someone to speak to and can have a meal.
10/11/2022 £1,996 £77,904 NEW BEGINNINGS PEER SUPPORT Funding for warm clothing, draught excluders, hot water bottles, slow cookers etc for families in poorly insulated homes and/or who are already in debt to energy companies.
10/11/2022 £2,000 £209,773 NEXT STEPS - MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCE CENTRE Funding for meals including a hot course and hot drinks, for warm spaces in four rural hubs, where people can also access other services and activities.
10/11/2022 £2,000 £20,541 RATHMELL SCHOOL TRUST Funding will be used to purchase a new cooker, this will mean more hot meals will be cooked and shared across the community. The space will act as a 'living room' so people can build social connections, have a meal and keep warm.
10/11/2022 £2,000 £232,227 REFUGEE ACTION YORK (RAY) Funding will be used to directly help 8 individuals and their families through providing fuel support. Funding will also be spent on purchasing warm clothes which will be distributed to people in need. Many of the people RAY work with are refugees and asylum seekers and most dependent on low levels of asylum support.
10/11/2022 £2,000 REVIVAL NORTH YORKSHIRE CIC Funding for kettles, torches, slippers, CO detectors, warm clothes and emergency top up payments primarily aimed at older and more vulnerable people in a rurally isolated area.
10/11/2022 £2,000 £57,360 RYEDALE COMMUNITY FOODBANK Funding will be used to provide food parcels to those in need during winter. The organisation spent £6,000 in the first half of the year to top up food donations and in July spent £2,000 in doing this. This is unsustainable for the organisation but they recognise that more and more are going hungry. The foodbank also provides a cuppa and signposting advice.
10/11/2022 £2,000 £211,490 RYEDALE YMCA Funding will be used to purchase food to provide hot meals each day to the residents living there.
10/11/2022 £2,000 SCARBOCCIA Funding will be used to purchase flasks and slow cookers.
10/11/2022 £2,000 £269,808,000 SCARBOROUGH SALVATION ARMY FOOD BANK COVID-19 RESPONSE Funding for food for a one-pot cookery and home baking course aimed at vulnerably-housed people, older people, ex-offenders (their own course) or referred families.
10/11/2022 £2,000 £329,512 SCARBOROUGH WHITBY & RYEDALE MIND Funding for no-cook food packages, menstrual hygiene products and slow cookers for those with low and unstable income in the Scarborough district, as part of a coordinated response with partners.
10/11/2022 £2,000 £455,863 SELFA Fudning will be used to purchase additional groceries to supplement the SELFA community fridge. The project recieves donations but it doesn't meet the demand and there is a lack of variety. The organisation has seen an increasing demand for their community fridge over the last couple of years with 50 households requesting supporting recently.
10/11/2022 £500 SNAINTON PLAYING FIELD & VILLAGE HALL Funding towards rent and the purchase of a fridge to support a community cafe who offer free drinks and snacks, with the ambition of offering takeaway meals.
10/11/2022 £2,000 £158,159 SPARKS PROJECT CIC Funding for food and gas/electricity top ups for people who are in crisis; the organisation is also able to offer wrap around support such as help claiming benefits and debt advice.
08/11/2022 £6,600 JUST THE JOB ENVIRONMENTAL ENTERPRISE LTD Funding to create a warm and welcoming rest room area for the teams in a winter. The organisation supports adults with a wide range of abilities through providing practical work orientated activities.
08/11/2022 £13,500 NEW BEGINNINGS PEER SUPPORT Grant to New Beginnings Peer Support
08/11/2022 £9,000 CLEAN SLATE SOLUTIONS Funding towards the salary of a Community Engagement Manager. This role is responsible for working with employers and building good strong relationships with them in order to provide meaningful employment experiences for people with convictions.
08/11/2022 £6,660 GRASSINGTON HUB Funding will be used to provide a befriending service. This will be a complementary service to their current projects (library/lunch clubs/mens shed). The befriending service will be in person and via the telephone to ensure elderly residents remain connected.
08/11/2022 £7,100 SHINE21 Funding to provide early intervention to children with Down Syndrome. Children with Down Syndrome would typically meet development milestones later and the pandemic has further impacted this. Supporting them and their families has a lasting impact.
08/11/2022 £7,100 SELFA Funding will be used to continue to develop the Community Fridge project - supporting families accessing fresh food and reducing food waste. The funding will help upskill volunteers and deliver food sessions.
02/11/2022 £6,043 TIMEBANK HULL AND EAST RIDING Grant to TimeBank Hull and East Riding
31/10/2022 £5,000 DALES AND BOWLAND CIC Grant to Dales and Bowland CIC
31/10/2022 £4,080 CITY OF HULL SPORT AND COMMUNITY GROUP CIC Grant to City of Hull Sport and Community Group CIC
31/10/2022 £5,000 ARCADE Funding will be used to engage with young people, many of whom experience poor mental health, trauma and chatoic home lives. The sessions will build confidence, social networks and give young people an opporutnity to create their own film.
31/10/2022 £5,000 THUNK-IT THEATRE CIC Funding will be used to provide sessions for LGBTQIA+ community in rural Pocklington. The young people will be involved for 6 months working together to build their confidence and lead the event that celebrates Pride.
31/10/2022 £5,000 TORANJ TUITION Grant to Toranj Tuition
31/10/2022 £5,000 NEW LIFE SUPPORT funding will be used to ensure the youth club can continue to support young people. The activities will encourage positive lifestyle changes and reduce anti-scial behavious. The drop ins will have games, arts and crafts, sports and quizzes.
31/10/2022 £5,000 RYEDALE COMMUNITY FOODBANK Funding will be used to provide food parcels to people living in poverty in the Ryedale distrcit.
31/10/2022 £4,750 THE CREATIVE RISE CIC Funding to run 'campfire conversations' which will engage with young people to develop an eco-education hub in the town centre. These conversations will ensure youth voices are heard and they will have the opportunity to be involved in the programme as it develops.
31/10/2022 £5,000 RAISE THE ROOF Funding to support core overheads of an organiastion that works with homeless people. The numbers are increasing and the organisation feeds between 40 and 60 people a week.
31/10/2022 £5,000 HOME-START RICHMONDSHIRE Funding will be used to continue the employment of a volunteer co-ordinator. This role is important as volunteers support families through befriending, practical tasks, tranpsort and many other things.
31/10/2022 £5,000 HUMBER COMMUNITY ADVICE SERVICES Grant to Humber Community Advice Services
25/10/2022 £7,000 ST LEONARD'S HOSPICE Grant to St Leonard's Hospice
25/10/2022 £6,000 GENERATE Grant to Generate
25/10/2022 £6,000 NEXT DOOR BUT ONE Grant to Next Door But One
25/10/2022 £500 £359,897 THE RAINBOW CENTRE Grant to The Rainbow Centre
25/10/2022 £500 £673,474 COAST AND VALE COMMUNITY ACTION Grant to Coast and Vale Community Action
25/10/2022 £500 FLASH COMPANY ARTS LTD. CIC Grant to Flash Company Arts Ltd. CIC
25/10/2022 £500 GALLOWS CLOSE CENTRE MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE Grant to Gallows Close Centre Management Committee
25/10/2022 £500 £182,814 KINGDOM FAITH YORKSHIRE TRUST Grant to Kingdom Faith Yorkshire Trust
25/10/2022 £500 £140,690 SIDEWALK YOUTH PROJECT Grant to Sidewalk Youth Project
24/10/2022 £714 £1,321,908 THE WAVE PROJECT NORTH YORKSHIRE Grant to The Wave Project North Yorkshire
24/10/2022 £714 YORKSHIRE IN BUSINESS Grant to Yorkshire in Business
24/10/2022 £714 £104,968 CRESCENT ARTS Grant to Crescent Arts
24/10/2022 £714 FLASH COMPANY ARTS LTD. CIC Grant to Flash Company Arts Ltd. CIC
24/10/2022 £714 GALLOWS CLOSE CENTRE MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE Grant to Gallows Close Centre Management Committee
24/10/2022 £714 £182,814 KINGDOM FAITH YORKSHIRE TRUST Grant to Kingdom Faith Yorkshire Trust
24/10/2022 £714 £140,690 SIDEWALK YOUTH PROJECT Grant to Sidewalk Youth Project
20/10/2022 £2,544 BEVERLEY COMMUNITY LIFT Funding towards mileage and volunteer costs for a community organisation who provide car and shopping services to isolated and vulnerable people.
20/10/2022 £5,000 DANDELION ARTS Funding for staff costs including a lead community connection role and an interpreter.
20/10/2022 £5,000 DOOR 84 Funding towards staff and equipment costs to run a community gardening project.
20/10/2022 £4,820 MOVE THE MASSES Funding for equipment and volunteer expenses to enable the Move Mates project to expand to cover Pocklington and Stamford Bridge.
20/10/2022 £5,000 THE HUT YORK LTD Funding towards staff and equipment costs to run Friday Fun at The Hut sessions.
20/10/2022 £4,862 ACTION FOR ELDERS TRUST Funding for staff costs (a wellbeing teacher - mindfulness and thai chi) and room hire.
20/10/2022 £4,894 ST SAMPSON'S CENTRE Funding towards staff and equipment costs to run the Friendships, fun and healthy mind project helping to combat social isolation and loneliness in older individuals.
20/10/2022 £500 HARROGATE BOROUGH COUNCIL Grant to Harrogate Borough Council
20/10/2022 £500 HARROGATE BOROUGH COUNCIL Grant to Harrogate Borough Council
20/10/2022 £500 HARROGATE BOROUGH COUNCIL Grant to Harrogate Borough Council
20/10/2022 £500 £5,759,316 INDEPENDENT DOMESTIC ABUSE SERVICES Grant to Independent Domestic Abuse Services
19/10/2022 £2,950 NEW VISUALITY Funding towards staff costs, room hire and equipment to encourage young people to engage within their community.
19/10/2022 £3,000 ELLERTON AND AUGHTON VILLAGE HALL Funding to cover transportation costs and food costs for people accessing the wednesday Club. People who attend are often older and isolated.
19/10/2022 £5,000 OUR FATHER'S HEART Funding to purchase kitchen equipment to be able to open a community cafe they will be working with individuals with complex needs and helping them to feel connected to the community.
19/10/2022 £4,129 YORK IN RECOVERY Funding to create a community base for York in Recovery engaging with people who have experienced addiction and the local community.
19/10/2022 £4,680 THE ISLAND Funding towards the cost of volunteer mentors for 6 young people for a year. This covers volunteer travel, training and activity costs .
18/10/2022 £3,000 HUMBER ALL NATIONS ALLIANCE Funding towards staff costs and venue hire.
18/10/2022 £1,965 TOOLBOX DRAMA Funding for staff, equipment, room hire for the organisation to develop an evaluation process which is inclusive of disabled member's feedback, to ensure they are delivering for their members.
18/10/2022 £2,000 ARTISTIC SPECTRUM LIMITED Funding for staff, volunteers, room hire and materials for art and craft sessions to support children and young people with autism in East Yorkshire.
18/10/2022 £2,000 EGGBOROUGH METHODIST CHURCH Funding towards acoustic panels to install in local chapel, to make events more comfortable.
18/10/2022 £2,000 £119,102 RUN WITH IT Funding towards staff costs and venue hire.
10/10/2022 £9,238 SASH Grant to SASH
10/10/2022 £9,238 THE WILBERFORCE TRUST Grant to The Wilberforce Trust
10/10/2022 £9,238 YORK MIND Grant to York Mind
10/10/2022 £1,500 BARMSTON PARISH COUNCIL Grant to Barmston Parish Council
10/10/2022 £1,500 CARNABY PARISH COUNCIL Grant to Carnaby Parish Council
06/10/2022 £2,000 £62,037 WHISH - WHITBY HIDDEN IMPAIRMENTS SUPPORT & HELP Funding to cover core costs for a month
06/10/2022 £720 £343,351 DIFFERENT STROKES, YORK Funding to provide aqua therapy sessions for younger people who had strokes to aid in their rehabilitation.
06/10/2022 £2,000 HULL SOUND CIRCLES Funding for 14 sessions of the Hull Sound Circle and publicity, to deliver therapeutic music workshops for heath and wellbeing.
06/10/2022 £500 NORWOOD SOCIAL HALL COMMITTEE Funding for new carpet for village hall in rurally isolated area, having not been replaced since the 1970s.
30/09/2022 £3,500 TADCASTER ALBION Grant to Tadcaster Albion
30/09/2022 £750 INDIVIDUAL RECIPIENT Grant to Individual Recipient
30/09/2022 £1,000 INDIVIDUAL RECIPIENT Grant to Individual Recipient
27/09/2022 £2,000 KINGSTON UPON HULL JUNIOR HOCKEY CLUB Funding towards the purchase of 16 pitch dividers.
22/09/2022 £2,000 £112,642 HUMBER ALL NATIONS ALLIANCE Funding to allow the HANA food support project to continue.
22/09/2022 £2,000 £40,531 MENFULNESS Funding for computer equipment to be able to produce The Menfulness Podcast.
22/09/2022 £1,530 £24,782 NORTH DUFFIELD AND SKIPWITH PLAYING FIELD ASSOCIATION Funding will be used to purchase and install flooring to make an unused space something that can be used. This change is a small part of bigger plans to ensure at elast 2 groups can use the pavillion at any one time.
22/09/2022 £2,000 REETH COMMUNITY ORCHARD GROUP Funding for replacement of wooden borders to be carried out by professional worker, for community space.
14/09/2022 £5,000 DALES AND BOWLAND CIC Funding for part running the bus service to attract match funding, marketing to increase user numbers, and consultancy to develop a new three year business plan.
14/09/2022 £4,000 CITY OF HULL SPORT AND COMMUNITY GROUP CIC Funding for staff, instructors and other costs to launch a new volunteer programme for young people to gain a qualification and become coaches.
14/09/2022 £5,000 THE TRAUMA CENTRE COMMUNITY INTEREST COMPANY Funding to recruit and train more staff, to both bring in more income and to reach more people in need of trauma-informed therapy, online and face to face.
14/09/2022 £4,995 INSPIRE YOUTH YORKSHIRE Funding for new office space and associated costs to expand the provision and offer new services, and provide a base for staff for group which runs inclusive activities for young people.
14/09/2022 £5,000 SAMARITANS OF HARROGATE AND DISTRICT Funding to recruit and train more volunteers, and to give additional training to current volunteers, to restore volunteer numbers to pre-Covid levels to deliver a more sustainable service.
14/09/2022 £5,000 RESURRECTED BITES COMMUNITY INTEREST COMPANY Funding for staff and overheads for pay-as-you-can-cafes to support a new cafe which will not cover its costs in the initial opening period.
14/09/2022 £5,000 BIG FUTURES FOUNDATION Funding for staff to reach two particular secondary schools in York for the first time, to work on identifying new funding opportunities, and to improve their evaluation processes.
14/09/2022 £4,680 ARMLEY ACTION TEAM Funding for staff for community group in the process of becoming a CIC, to oversee volunteers for a new food bank run in conjunction with the Trussell Trust.
14/09/2022 £4,800 HAREHILLS ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROJECT Funding for room hire, including a creche, so that group can rebuild English language classes of various levels back to pre-pandemic levels.
14/09/2022 £4,500 A1 COMMUNITY WORKS LIMITED Funding for staff to be able to develop a paid-for offer (to help people and businesses with public speaking and communications) so that the organisation diversify their income beyond only grants.
14/09/2022 £3,706 HOME-START RICHMONDSHIRE Funding for staff training and laptops to be able to make full use of a new customer management system, and to expand the group's online offer to volunteers and participants.
14/09/2022 £1,600 £73,712 HAXBY & WIGGINTON YOUTH & COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION Funding for first aid and mental health first aid training for staff and volunteers, for the group to be able to offer better support at their youth groups.
09/09/2022 £500 £100,000 MASHAMSHIRE COMMUNITY OFFICE Grant to Mashamshire Community Office
31/08/2022 £25,000 COMMUNITY FIRST YORKSHIRE VCSE Health and Care Sector Assembly
22/08/2022 £10,000 BRIDLINGTON, AMATEUR, OPERATIC AND DRAMATIC SOCIETY Grant to Bridlington, Amateur, Operatic and Dramatic Society
22/08/2022 £500 HARROGATE BOROUGH COUNCIL Grant to Harrogate Borough Council
22/08/2022 £500 £5,759,316 INDEPENDENT DOMESTIC ABUSE SERVICES Grant to Independent Domestic Abuse Services
19/08/2022 £10,392 BRIDLINGTON SEASIDER CIC Grant to Bridlington Seasider CIC
19/08/2022 £500 INDIVIDUAL RECIPIENT Grant to Individual Recipient
18/08/2022 £45,000 THE HINGE CENTRE LIMITED Grant to The Hinge Centre limited
17/08/2022 £10,000 VETERANS WOODCRAFT CIC Funding towards CEO salary, including NI contributions.
12/08/2022 £2,000 INDIVIDUAL RECIPIENT Grant to Individual Recipient
12/08/2022 £2,000 INDIVIDUAL RECIPIENT Grant to Individual Recipient
11/08/2022 £11,000 KINGFISHER TRUST Grant to Kingfisher Trust
09/08/2022 £500 FEWSTON PAROCHIAL HALL Funding towards a water boiler to make hot drinks, for a community hall.
09/08/2022 £2,000 £45,662 RAISE THE ROOF Funding towards the Raise the roof project providing food and support to people facing homelessness in Hull.
08/08/2022 £5,050 HEY SMILE FOUNDATION Participation in Population Health Management programme - East Riding of Yorkshire.
08/08/2022 £5,050 FORUM Participation in Population Health Management - North East Lincolnshire.
08/08/2022 £5,050 FORUM Participation in Population Health Management programme - Hull
08/08/2022 £5,050 HUMBER AND WOLDS RURAL ACTION Participation in Population Health Management programme - North Lincolnshire.
08/08/2022 £5,050 COMMUNITY FIRST YORKSHIRE Participation in Population Health Management programme - North Yorkshire.
08/08/2022 £6,050 YORK CENTRE FOR VOLUNTARY SERVICE Participation in Population Health Management programme plus communications and report printing.
04/08/2022 £500 INDIVIDUAL RECIPIENT Grant to Individual Recipient
04/08/2022 £500 INDIVIDUAL RECIPIENT Grant to Individual Recipient
04/08/2022 £500 INDIVIDUAL RECIPIENT Grant to Individual Recipient
04/08/2022 £500 INDIVIDUAL RECIPIENT Grant to Individual Recipient
04/08/2022 £500 INDIVIDUAL RECIPIENT Grant to Individual Recipient
04/08/2022 £500 INDIVIDUAL RECIPIENT Grant to Individual Recipient
04/08/2022 £500 INDIVIDUAL RECIPIENT Grant to Individual Recipient
04/08/2022 £500 INDIVIDUAL RECIPIENT Grant to Individual Recipient
04/08/2022 £500 INDIVIDUAL RECIPIENT Grant to Individual Recipient
04/08/2022 £500 INDIVIDUAL RECIPIENT Grant to Individual Recipient
04/08/2022 £500 INDIVIDUAL RECIPIENT Grant to Individual Recipient
04/08/2022 £500 INDIVIDUAL RECIPIENT Grant to Individual Recipient
04/08/2022 £500 INDIVIDUAL RECIPIENT Grant to Individual Recipient
01/08/2022 £500 HARROGATE HOMELESS PROJECT LTD Funding to support an individual who has experienced homelessness.
27/07/2022 £25,000 READ SCHOOL Funding to carry out cricket and rugby field rennovation so the facilities can be used by the school and wider community.
27/07/2022 £18,600 DRAX CRICKET CLUB Funding to purchase an outfield mower to better maintain a well used community cricket pitch.
27/07/2022 £2,185 ST PETER AND ST PAUL CHURCH, DRAX Funding to provide essential repairs to the church which is well used by the local community.
26/07/2022 £2,000 £113,720 THE DOWNRIGHT SPECIAL NETWORK Funding for staff costs to deliver Downright Special Fridays sessions.
26/07/2022 £2,000 £14,550 1-2-1 COUNSELLING Funding toward the cost of rent to be able to continue providing free counselling services.
26/07/2022 £500 CITY OF YORK COUNCIL Funding to cover nursey costs to support a young mum and her daughter.
26/07/2022 £2,000 COLBURN YOUTH PROJECT Funding to support the running of Colburn Youth Project. Including staff costs, room hire, food and materials needed.
26/07/2022 £2,000 £104,968 CRESCENT ARTS Funding to support and run the Cultivate project. Looking at climate issues facing young people.
26/07/2022 £2,000 EMMANUEL PCC (ALSO KNOWN AS EMMANUEL CHURCH - C OF E) Funding for ingredients and utilities for meals and social opportunity for homeless people and low-income families.
26/07/2022 £500 GILBERDYKE CRICKET CLUB Funding to help cover the service charge for the facilities the club uses.
26/07/2022 £2,000 QUEERARTS CIC Funding would provide 12 sessions of the Colours of the Rainbow Choir over the year and support the management and administration needed to enable the group to continue.
26/07/2022 £2,000 £10,525 SCARBOROUGH DISABLED SWIMMING GROUP Funding to provide volunteer training and development this will include Makaton and swimming safety courses.
19/07/2022 £2,000 £34,419 THE BESOM BUNDLES OF JOY Funding to purchase essential items for famillies in need - this includes baby matresses and stairgates. This will ensure famillies can give their babies and young children a safe space.
19/07/2022 £1,920 £175,690 YORK CITY KNIGHTS FOUNDATION Funding to run reminiscence cafes on matchdays, in partnership with Dementia Forward. These sessions will enable people to shaare their memories and engage with former players.
19/07/2022 £2,000 YORK INSPIRATIONAL KIDS Funding to purchase equipment that will enable the organisation to deliver various activities. This will include cooking and crafting items. The organisation works with children who have autism.
19/07/2022 £2,000 £258,242 YORK VINEYARD Funding to help establish the Growbaby project (staff time, equipment and clothes). The project will provide clothing for 0-5 year olds and will look to bring individuals and their families together to reduce feelings of loneliness and isolation.
19/07/2022 £2,000 £63,011 YORK WOMENS COUNSELLING SERVICE Funding to make counselling accessible for all women. The funds will cover the costs of 200 counselling hours.
19/07/2022 £2,000 £74,196 BIG FUTURES FOUNDATION Funding for staffing and activity costs of running Family Activity Groups for 4 months. These sessions focus on improving socialisation, reducing social isolation and building self-confidence.
19/07/2022 £2,000 £13,417 FRIENDS OF CLIFTON GREEN PRIMARY Funding to offer sessions outside of nursery time which will bring children and families together who have been significantly impacted by the pandemic. These sessions will focus on developing social skills and play.
19/07/2022 £1,980 £79,105 GENERATE Funding to run Generate Plus, a monthly session for parents of transgender children. This will be a peer support network and enable people to share their fears and concerns but also what is going well for them.
19/07/2022 £1,974 £133,358 OLDER CITIZENS ADVOCACY YORK Funding to provide staff time to support people access their welfare benefits and providing other advice and support.
19/07/2022 £2,000 £95,154 OUR FATHER'S HEART Funding to provide activities for 3 part time employees, who have previously been affected by homelessness/addiction. This funding will give them a chance to explore their interests and build more positive relationships.
19/07/2022 £1,940 £30,496 REFLECT Funding to cover core overheads for their York space for 12 months, including rent, utilities, volunteer staff time and training. The organisation provides support to people with poor mental health due to their loss(es).
19/07/2022 £1,815 £122,193 ST THOMAS' CHURCH (THE PCC OF THE ECCLESIASTICAL PARISH OF ST THOMAS) Funding to run a weekly creative cafe which addresses loneliness and social isolation. It is a drop in for 10 weeks and will work with other local creative organisations for delivery.
19/07/2022 £1,800 £108,297 TANG HALL COMMUNITY CENTRE Funding to provide weekly food parcels for 20 famillies living in poverty. Throughout the school holidays famillies struggle even more and this will go a long way to supporting them.
13/07/2022 £500 HARROGATE BOROUGH COUNCIL Funding to purchase essential household items-including bed, mattress, bedding etc.
13/07/2022 £500 £5,759,316 INDEPENDENT DOMESTIC ABUSE SERVICES Funding to support an individual who has experienced homelessness.
11/07/2022 £1,245 TADCASTER AND RURAL COMMUNITY INTEREST COMPANY Funding to host a Lantern Parade to celebrate 5 years of Tadcaster Bridge re-opening after the floods. The community will be involved in building the lanterns.
05/07/2022 £2,000 £39,864 THE MARKET HOUSE Funding to replace fluorescent lighting with more energy efficient LED lighting.
05/07/2022 £1,950 £22,293 YOUTH ASPIRE CONNECT Funding to run academic and career talks on a quarterly basis for young people, predominantly from communities affected by racial inequality. The sessions will build social confidence, self esteem and raise aspirations.
05/07/2022 £1,700 BEWARE OF THE BULL LTD Funding to purchase a new greener door improving energy efficiency.
05/07/2022 £600 £74,196 BIG FUTURES FOUNDATION Funding to run a day trip to Filey including coach hire, picnic and ice creams for the children and their families.
05/07/2022 £1,950 E50K Funding towards the costs of equipment to be able to develop and maintain an allotment.
05/07/2022 £2,000 I CHOOSE LIFE FOUNDATION Funding to support the running of weekly drop in sessions.
05/07/2022 £2,000 NOT PANTS CIC (TRADING AS CREATIVE BRIEFS) Funding to support planning and development of Make Eastfield Green project. Engaging with young people and their community in an environmental awareness campaign.
05/07/2022 £2,000 RICHMOND (YORKS) BOWLS CLUB Funding to purchase a new irrigation tank and liner to replace the damaged one (reducing cost and waste).
30/06/2022 £5,000 ROOTED IN HULL Funding for staff, seeds, compost and aprons for a summer programme introducing children to trying and responding to (though drawing, recipes, photos etc) new vegetables through the Summer Eating Challenge.
30/06/2022 £5,000 THE VALLEY PROJECT Funding for staff, running costs and equipment for a project for children and young people to grow their own fruit, salad and veg and to cook healthy meals in an outdoor kitchen.
30/06/2022 £5,000 HIGHFIELD FOOD COOP Funding for staff, volunteers who are long term unemployed, cooking costs, equipment, for healthy eating cookery classes for teenagers and children in a very disadvantaged area of Bradford, and to establish a community kitchen.
30/06/2022 £40,100 BLEND COOK EAT SHARE CIC Funding to provide work placement opportunities at Blend Kitchen. This will provide young people who are unemployed or looking for a career change with the skills to be able to work in a fast paced kitchen.
30/06/2022 £4,600 THE GAME CHANGERZ Funding for staff, food, fuel and a freezer to run children's cooking and baking lessons, working with intercepted food in a deprived area of Kirklees.
30/06/2022 £2,500 DRIFFIELD CE INFANT SCHOOL Funding for seeds, gardening equipment, cooking equipment, ingredients to re-establish a cooking club, for lunchtimes and after school, aimed mostly at children entitled to the pupil premium.
30/06/2022 £5,000 HIGHFIELD COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION (HCA) Funding for staff, food, equipment, overheads and recipe cards for six six-week long cookery programmes for children in a diverse and disadvantaged area of Keighley, which will include food from a range of cultures.
30/06/2022 £4,250 SCHOLEMOOR BEACON CIO Funding for staff, volunteer expenses, food and overheads for a community cafe that offers meals to children for 50p, and for health eating workshops, in a very disadvantaged area of Bradford.
30/06/2022 £5,000 GROUNDWORK WAKEFIELD Funding for staff, seeds, equipment to deliver two six-week blocks of cooking and eating sessions in schools, in a very deprived area of West Yorkshire.
30/06/2022 £5,000 HESSLE ROAD NETWORK Funding for staff towards 20 weekly cooking sessions for families with children and teenagers, who will share meals together at the sessions, all in a very deprived area of Hull.
30/06/2022 £5,000 SELFA Funding for staff, volunteers, garden equipment to develop a plant to plate project where children from disadvantaged backgrounds will learn to grow and cook their own food.
30/06/2022 £1,200 £74,698 COMMUNITY MATTERS YORKSHIRE Funding for staff, food, equipment and overheads for five healthy eating session for 12 families, tying in the food to a well-known children's story.
30/06/2022 £1,998 LONG DRAX PARISH COUNCIL Funding for a Defibrillator at a location accessible to the majority of the village housing within 1/2 mile, the majority of the village would have access to the unit to save a life in the case of a cardiac arrest.
23/06/2022 £2,500 DARLEY PLAYING FIELD ASSOCIATION (DPFA) Funding for play equipment for young children, so that families can play without needed to travel by car to another village or Harrogate.
23/06/2022 £2,250 WASHBURN HERITAGE CENTRE Funding for cutlery, crockery etc for community heritage centre in a rurally isolated area.
23/06/2022 £1,760 BIRSTWITH HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY Funding for safety equipment including items for infection control and improvements to gazebos for show for local residents.
23/06/2022 £1,300 BIRSTWITH IN BLOOM Funding for a storage shed to keep equipment, to support volunteers with maintenance, litter picking etc in the village.
23/06/2022 £1,920 DANCING FOR WELL BEING Funding for staff member for a dance class promoting age and ability appropriate exercise, and mental wellbeing for rurally isolated older people with a range of mobility and cognitive problems..
23/06/2022 £2,255 DARLEY METHODIST CHURCH Funding for hearing loop, stage lighting, speakers, oven to improve facilities as asked for by local residents.
23/06/2022 £1,000 £3,837 HAMPSTHWAITE WOMEN'S INSTITUTE Funding towards a coach trip to Shibden Hall with afternoon tea for elderly women from a rurally isolated group, some of whom have been housebound during the pandemic.
23/06/2022 £1,070 NORWOOD SOCIAL HALL COMMITTEE Funding for defibrillator and locking cabinet for local village hall; this will be the first defibrillator in the village and surrounding area.
23/06/2022 £600 SUMMERBRIDGE AND DACRE SILVER BAND Funding towards liveried waterproof jackets to help support the band in outdoor performances, for a band that directly benefits it members and indirectly benefits many through it's audiences, to complement their dress uniforms.
22/06/2022 £2,000 £62,901 THE LEYBURN ARTS CENTRE LTD Funding to support The Community Shed project including double glazing, a wild roof and other energy efficient/sustainable measures.
22/06/2022 £2,000 UGANDAN ASIAN COMMUNITY IN YORK Funding to hold an inclusive celebratory event to mark the 50th anniversary of Ugandan refugees arriving in Britain. It aims to be a celebration of the contribution they have made to the UK economy, to York's culture and to support the City's status as a 'Human Rights' and 'Refugee Friendly' City.
22/06/2022 £2,000 BAMEEN CIC Funding to conduct a feasibility study to research demand and usage potential of new refill stations consisting of 5 food/product dispensers.
22/06/2022 £1,000 BEVERLEY WALKING FOOTBALL Funding to help establish walking football sessions which will be aimed at older people.
22/06/2022 £780 £5,259 FLOWERGATE OLD CHAPEL CIO Funding to purchase insulation to improve the energy efficiency of the building, including a commercial Energy Performance Certificate.
22/06/2022 £1,984 HULL PARENT CARER FORUM Funding to provide parenting workshops and handbooks for parents of children with additional needs.
22/06/2022 £2,000 £33,953 KETTLESING MILLENNIUM VILLAGE HALL Funding to replace double glazing to improve the energy efficiency of the building.
17/06/2022 £5,000 GALLOWS CLOSE CENTRE MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE Funding Network Event
15/06/2022 £1,320 £97,278 GRASSINGTON DEVONSHIRE INSTITUTE Funding to commission phase one decarbonisation study to reduce energy waste, carbon footprint and support their recycling initiatives.
15/06/2022 £500 INDIVIDUAL RECIPIENT Grant to Individual Recipient
15/06/2022 £500 INDIVIDUAL RECIPIENT Grant to Individual Recipient
15/06/2022 £500 INDIVIDUAL RECIPIENT Grant to Individual Recipient
15/06/2022 £500 INDIVIDUAL RECIPIENT Grant to Individual Recipient
14/06/2022 £1,400 THE PEEL PROJECT CIC Funding to support The Great Get Together annual event. Including catering, volunteer expenses and football tournament.
14/06/2022 £2,000 THUNK-IT THEATRE CIC Funding to support the Going Green project to provide two free terms of theatre focusing on climate issues.
14/06/2022 £600 WALKER MEMORIAL HALL, ALDBROUGH ST JOHN VILLAGE HALL Funding to replace the current fluorescent lighting with LED bulbs.
14/06/2022 £2,000 CATTON HERITAGE AND PRESERVATION SOCIETY Funding to create an accessible area at Wath Lane, Derwent River. The community has few accessible outdoor spaces for people to get together and enjoy but will be able to do so through the creation of an accessible path, safety rails
14/06/2022 £2,000 ELLERTON AND AUGHTON VILLAGE HALL Funding to cover transportation costs and food costs for people accessing the wednesday Club. People who attend are often older and isolated and this may be the only time they get out during the week. They do pay subs but this just covers hall hire and a contribution towards the food costs.
14/06/2022 £2,000 £44,073 HUBY PLAYING FIELDS ASSOCIATION Funding towards the cost of new sanitary wear as part of renovations to the pavilion.
14/06/2022 £2,000 IRANIAN COMMUNITY OF HULL (ICOH) Funding to provide inclusive dance classes, this will cover room hire and costs for a dance tutor.
14/06/2022 £1,960 £26,029 MORE THAN BOOKS Funding to replace all the fluorescent lightbulbs in the building and to introduce movement sensors to improve electricity usage.
14/06/2022 £1,000 £5,880 RICHMONDSHIRE CLIMATE ACTION PARTNERSHIP Funding to put on a free event and transport for the local community.
14/06/2022 £1,980 SETTLE COMMUNITY AND BUSINESS HUB CIC Funding to provide dedicated admin support.
10/06/2022 £4,836 SETTLE COMMUNITY AND BUSINESS HUB CIC Funding will be used to increase the Office Managers hours by 5 hours a week (on average) and cover rental costs for 12 months. the organisation has recently subscribed to Xero for accounting but know they are not using it mose effecitvely and efficiently. The office managers increase in hours will enable them to put better financial porcesses and procedures in place - saving the organisation time and money.
10/06/2022 £5,000 WOODMEADOW TRUST Funding to cover organisational costs and volunteer training. The organisation will deliver wildflower identification training, Great Crested Newt ID training, Coppicing workshops and scything and meadow management workshops.
10/06/2022 £5,000 THE PEEL PROJECT CIC Funding for staff costs and venue hire. The staff will focus on engaging with the community and delivering fitness sessions predominantly to women who do not speak English and are unemplyed and economically inactive. The venue hire includes hiring a gym so they have specific use.
10/06/2022 £5,000 SPARKS PROJECT CIC Funding will support the general staffing costs of the organisation whilst they go through transitioning to a charity and enabling them to access more funding.
10/06/2022 £5,000 HULL SISTERS LTD Funding would be cover tutor costs and a contribution towards the organisations utilities/insurance. The tutor would support women in a culturally sensitive way and develop their English skills, maths, cooking and communicaion skills.
10/06/2022 £5,500 THE PLACE IN SETTLE Funding would cover rent costs for 9 months. The organisation played a vital role during the panemic and is a hub for activities. They are currently looking at developing their offer to businesses/community groups and as a way of being sustainable going forward.
10/06/2022 £2,250 SCARBOROUGH OVER 50S FRIENDSHIP CENTRE Funding will be used to host a day trip and senior sports day. These activities will be aimed at older people who are especially vulnerable to loneliness and social isolation.
09/06/2022 £2,000 £62,901 THE LEYBURN ARTS CENTRE LTD Funding towards a new sprung floor which will better support the wide range of dance classes hosted by the organisation.
09/06/2022 £2,000 £34,196 YORK RACIAL EQUALITY NETWORK Funding to run activities for 13 weeks
09/06/2022 £600 BRANSHOLME CHAIR EXERCISE GROUP Funding to cover overheads for their Chair Exercise group which sees between 8 and 12 members attend weekly. The participants pay £3 a session but this does not cover the total cost of a session.
09/06/2022 £500 FEWSTON & BLUBBERHOUSES PCC Funding towards road signs flowers and leaflets for a flower festival which, as well as being an event in its own right, will raise funds for the disabled access that the church would like to install.
09/06/2022 £500 GOOLE AND DISTRICT RAMBLING CLUB Funding to ensure the group can keep going. Since the pandemic uptake for their group has been low but they are confident that it will start to build back up again. Funding wold be used to either hire a coach or on publicity materials.
09/06/2022 £2,000 £153,025 HUMBERSIDE SCOUTS Funding to install an outdoor kitchen area which will be used by scouts, schools and youth groups.
09/06/2022 £1,900 £38,492 NORTH FERRIBY RIDING FOR THE DISABLED GROUP Funding to purchase 3 saddles and bridles to accomadate more riders.
09/06/2022 £2,000 £67,986 SPRING BANK COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION Funding towards an IT assistant's salary to expand their IT services, and offer a free service in assisting vulnerable people to set up voice-operated devices.
07/06/2022 £5,000 CREATE ARTS DEVELOPMENT LTD Funding will provide staff time for 100 days throughout the year. This role would be focused on updating the business plan of the organsiation to ensure it meets their new vision of community art events, apply for funding to ensure the organsiaiton can deliver projects and support the new volunteer programme for the organsation.
06/06/2022 £500 £192,936 ESSENTIAL NEEDS Funding to support an individual who has experienced homelessness.
06/06/2022 £500 HARROGATE BOROUGH COUNCIL Funding to purchase essential household items.
23/05/2022 £2,500 REVIVAL NORTH YORKSHIRE CIC Funding to run a weekly cuppa and catch up in Sleights. The majority of people Revival work with in that area are aged between 70 and 100. They have limited social interactions and this would be a great benefit to improve their mental health and wellbeing.
23/05/2022 £2,500 BOWLS N BUGGIES Funding would allow the group to offer subsidised membership to participants. This is important following the pandemic at a time when people are struggling more financially. the bowls club is predominantly accessed by people who are older and have limited social connections.
23/05/2022 £2,500 NORTH YORKSHIRE CENTRE FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING Funding to develop an informative newsletter that will inform residents about activities across the borough.
23/05/2022 £2,500 SCARBOROUGH MATES Funding to support the core overheads of the organisation which provides activities that improve health and wellbeing.
23/05/2022 £2,500 SCARBOCCIA funding would cover core sports hire and office hire for the organisation. In covering these costs it would ensure the organisation remains viable for the next 12 months and enable them to provide multi-disability inclusive sports to the community.
23/05/2022 £2,500 SCARBOROUGH DISABILITY ACTION GROUP Funding to host a variety of activities that will be put on for people with disabilities.
23/05/2022 £2,500 NORTH EAST YORKSHIRE WORLD CUP LEGACY GROUP Funding for staff and equipment costs to deliver sports activities within schools. The programme will be adapted in consultation with the young people in order to finesse it towards their priorities around, physical well-being, mental well being and development of training opportunities. the aim will be to work with the young people in a number of differing school settings and to co-design the activity programme with them.
23/05/2022 £2,500 THE RAINBOW CENTRE Funding to provide debt advice and cooking sessions to single people living in proverty.
17/05/2022 £2,520 MIND IN HARROGATE DISTRICT Funding for staff, publicity and operational costs for outdoor and nature trips to help support service user's mental health.
17/05/2022 £3,000 THE TRAUMA CENTRE COMMUNITY INTEREST COMPANY Funding for staff and overheads for organisation offering psychotherapy to be able to work through their backlog.
17/05/2022 £3,000 YORKSHIRE YOGA (TRADING AS BALANCE WELLNESS CENTRE) Funding for hoist, publicity and other expenses to transform office space into class and therapy spaces, for people who cannot attend mainstream yoga classes, including those who needs hands-on support.
17/05/2022 £2,688 HARROGATE & DISTRICT COMMUNITY ACTION Funding for staff, room hire and refreshment for friend and exercise club for isolated people who are mostly over the age of 65.
17/05/2022 £3,000 SAMARITANS OF HARROGATE AND DISTRICT Funding towards IT, overheads and utilities to continue running service for people in mental distress.
17/05/2022 £3,000 AGE UK NORTH YORKSHIRE & DARLINGTON Funding for an Information and Advice member of staff, to increase access to Age UK North Yorkshire's services and advice for older people, and to recruit further volunteers.
17/05/2022 £2,600 LIFELINE HARROGATE Funding for food and room hire for a fortnightly lunch club for residents in supported housing who have recently been homeless.
17/05/2022 £3,000 PINE STREET ALLOTMENTS Funding for fencing and gate to secure community allotments due to anti-social behaviour.
17/05/2022 £2,880 HARLOW HILL COMMUNITY CENTRE ASSOCIATION Funding for materials, labour costs and printing to set up a new Men's Shed to support wellbeing for men in the Harlow Hill area
17/05/2022 £3,000 LITTLE OUSEBURN VILLAGE HALL CIO Funding for furniture in a village hall which holds regular social events to reduce rural and social isolation.
17/05/2022 £3,000 JENNY RUTH WORKSHOPS LIMITED Funding for equipment to refurbish the kitchen and canteen so that neurodiverse adults, adults with learning difficulties, and volunteers and staff can take breaks, and so that the organisation can host more workers each day.
17/05/2022 £3,000 RIPON COMMUNITY LINK Funding for material and labour towards the creation of an accessible sensory garden designed to improve the mental health and wellbeing of people with disabilities or neurodiversity.
17/05/2022 £3,000 WELLSPRING THERAPY & TRAINING Funding for volunteer costs and office overheads to be able to expand counselling session capacity.
17/05/2022 £3,000 HARROGATE TOWN AFC CIO Funding towards a community vehicle to replace previous van, to deliver support to local people and allow those that otherwise couldn't to access Harrogate Town AFC CIOs activities.
11/05/2022 £4,830 YATTON HOUSE SOCIETY Funding for a member of staff who will develop the Learning Pathways support the organisation offers. This will enable the organisation to provide individual support to people with complex and additional needs.
27/04/2022 £5,000 YORK NEIGHBOURS Funding to support core running costs (including volunteer training) and staff costs. Enabling York Cares to better manage the increase in demand on their services.
27/04/2022 £4,880 POCKLINGTON RUGBY IN THE COMMUNITY Funding to deliver two projects activities. One focusing on the elderly, isolated and the vulnerable and the other on residents of the local care home. To increase physical and mental wellbeing through exercise and social interaction.
27/04/2022 £5,000 THUNK-IT THEATRE CIC Funding to provide History of YOU’ will be a FREE creative summer project open to 25 young people aged 11-18 in Pocklington and 25 young people in Stamford Bridge. The project will span over two, 4 day projects, one in each location in August 2022. Working with youth clubs in the local areas.
27/04/2022 £4,950 REFUGEE ACTION YORK (RAY) Funding to provide Specialist counselling sessions: 6 service users @ 6 counselling sessions each, @ £70 per session for counselling plus £30 for translation and additional funding for staff costs.
27/04/2022 £4,800 KYRA WOMEN'S PROJECT Funding to provide counselling sessions for women, it will pay for 80 sessions per week over a 35 week period, with a minimum of 6 sessions per individual.
27/04/2022 £5,000 HOME-START YORK Funding to contribute to staff salaries, staff and volunteer training and volunteer visiting expenses to continue their work improving mental wellbeing of parents with young children.
27/04/2022 £5,000 BIOMATION PRODUCTIONS C.I.C Funding to be able to provide 100hrs of music sessions for young people with mental ill health and low levels of emotional wellbeing (£40 per hour for tutor) and a contribution towards service costs and overheads (minimal)
27/04/2022 £5,000 BIG FUTURES FOUNDATION Funding to continue work with disadvantaged children and their families in York by continuing to work with in schools, expanding to provide this service in new schools. BFF aims are: 1. To provide the emotional wellbeing and life skill development resources to enable disadvantaged children to succeed in school, work and life. 2. To support and improve the emotional wellbeing of the disadvantaged children and their parent/carers on our programme. 3. To further develop the academic resilience and life skills of the disadvantaged children on our programme.
27/04/2022 £5,000 TALKING ABOUT LOSS Funding to provide pop up events to improve social inclusion and to help people process grief. This will include staff and activity costs.
27/04/2022 £5,000 SHINE21 Funding to provide 50 sessions for children with speech and language therapist.
27/04/2022 £5,000 TOOLBOX DRAMA Funding to support wellbeing lunch hubs, including staff costs, room hire and provision of refreshments. Extending this to a second location.
27/04/2022 £4,000 ST LEONARD'S HOSPICE Funding to support their annual walk meaning all monies raised during the event will go to directly support St Leonard's
27/04/2022 £3,873 THRIVE OUTSIDE CIC Funding to deliver small outdoor woodwork and gentle physical sessions for specific groups, e.g. for women, for people with disabilities, for older people, teen groups and families. These will be held in accessible locations. (Involved in Social prescribing)
27/04/2022 £4,474 ST THOMAS' CHURCH (THE PCC OF THE ECCLESIASTICAL PARISH OF ST THOMAS) Funding for the ongoing cost of starting up and running the café for a year and for the one-off capital costs of: - Improving the kitchen and surroundings (where people will meet, eat food, drink coffee and relax) - Purchasing IT equipment (which people can use to access, get information that is only available on the internet and print off information, book any appointments etc).
27/04/2022 £5,000 ACCESSIBLE ARTS & MEDIA Funding to provide the Movers and Shakers sessions for the next twelve months. These sessions are for adults with complex learning and physical disabilities from across the city.
27/04/2022 £4,913 OPEN COUNTRY Funding to create "Breakfree" Packs, which will provide independent walkers with any form of disability wanting to access sites in and around the City of York, with the vital information that they need. Funding will cover staff and printing costs.
27/04/2022 £4,600 THE CONSERVATION VOLUNTEERS (TCV) Funding to support the Hull Road Park Bee Happy Project. These sessions will run for 2.5/3hrs every two weeks and take the form of activity time and refreshment time encourage people to engage within their local community and improve emotional wellbeing.
27/04/2022 £4,980 YORK TRAVELLERS TRUST Funding to provide a 6 month Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction therapy programme. This will include three stands: 1. 24x weekly 1.5 hour drop in MBSR sessions for adults. Max. 6 per group. 2. 24x weekly 1 hour MBSR sessions for the 5 young people engaged on our Princes Trust programme, these will use craft activities to facilitate discussion and engagement.
25/04/2022 £5,000 REVIVAL NORTH YORKSHIRE CIC Funding to enable to provide 1 day per week of administrative support for the MD for 1 year. This will support funding development, partnership working, development of policies and more, for an organisation that provides support to isolated older people in rural North Yorkshire.
25/04/2022 £5,000 YORK NEIGHBOURS Currently understaffed and are hoping to recruit a third assistant co-ordinator and this funding would go towards core running costs
25/04/2022 £5,000 CLEAN SLATE SOLUTIONS Funding for: The funding would relieve pressure in two areas; overheads and organisational development.
25/04/2022 £5,000 HAPPY TEARS FOUNDATION Funding for mentoring of high-risk young people in Leeds to encourage better engagement with school and careers, and reduce risky behaviours and encourage healthy behaviours. The step change is to work with trainers, not just talk about health issues.
25/04/2022 £3,974 ST THOMAS' CHURCH (THE PCC OF THE ECCLESIASTICAL PARISH OF ST THOMAS) Funding for staff, training and a laptop to set up a weekly drop-in community cafe for local people.
25/04/2022 £5,000 PRENTICE HILL C.I.C The grant money will be spent on employing a volunteer coordinator and paying for the initial community cinema set-up costs. This money would help the organisation to develop key partnerships with a pool of volunteers. Having a pool of trained volunteers will increase the range of community activities to achieve key aims to promote well being and decrease feelings of loneliness.
25/04/2022 £5,000 HOLME VALLEY TRANSPORT SCHEME Transport of older isolated and those with health needs to the GP , Pharmacy, and community groups. To expand the service to afternoons it is only provided in the morning at present. Funding to Cover Driver cost vehicle insurance fuel and maintenance.
25/04/2022 £5,000 HAPPY HEALTHY YOU Funding for staff costs to deliver online exercise sessions to South Asian women in Bradford, to allow for the expansion of the organisation.
25/04/2022 £5,000 EAST YORKSHIRE COMMUNITY TRANSPORT LIMITED Funding will allow EYCT to bring in a Fundraising Coordinator which will enhance their potential to bring additional funds into the organisation to aid service delivery. By employing a new member of staff to focus on fundraising we will be creating an additional funding stream that can impact company income. £15.00 an hour with on costs x 14 hours a week (2days) = £210
20/04/2022 £10,000 REVIVAL NORTH YORKSHIRE CIC Funding will be used to increase the Managing Directors time by 2 days a week. This increase in hours will be focused on organisational development to secure longer term financial security for the organisation.
20/04/2022 £9,500 SUPPORTING OLDER PEOPLE CIO Funding will be used in 3 key areas - increase the administrators hours by 7 hours a week; purchase 3 new computers and associated software; bring in a consultant for 5 days. The increase in administration hours will be focused on developing better reporting systems and monitoring. The new laptops and software will ensure better productivity. The consultants time will be focused on supporting and developing a fundraising plan via grants/donors/corporate sponsorship.
20/04/2022 £10,000 ROOTED IN HULL Funding will be used in 3 key areas: increase CEO hours by 1.5 days a week; administration hours over 6 months and consultancy at 1 day a week. The organisation has an opportunity to expand their work across the city but at the moment no capacity to do so. The CEO hours will be dedicated to that work and the consultant will support on that and the organisational structure to enable them to move to a Charity.
20/04/2022 £7,750 NEW BEGINNINGS PEER SUPPORT Funding will be used to rent new premises that will have a multi-use space. This will allow the organisation to run face-to-face appointments, meet in person and be acentral hub for the organisation.
20/04/2022 £7,750 SKIPTON STEP INTO ACTION (SSIA) Fudning will pay for a volunteer co-ordinator at 18 hours per week for 3 months, the organisation played a vital role in supporting the community and other local groups during the pandemic and it's vital that the volunteer co-ordinator is on hand to develop and strengthen the offer. Funding will alos pay for a Project co-ordinator for 20 hours per week over 6 months. This role will see engagement with the community to find our more about what is wanted and needed in the area.
20/04/2022 £6,121 TIMEBANK HULL AND EAST RIDING Funding will be used to cover staff costs and a consultant. This will be 4 members of staff for 7 days to work with the consultant and look at where Timebank goes next in terms of their community support. The consultant will work with them to develop a mutuall co-op.
20/04/2022 £6,000 HUMBER ALL NATIONS ALLIANCE Funding will be used to employ a member of staff 5 hours a week. The role will be focused on supporting older and isolated people - using co-design as a way of delivering a programme of actifvity that is wanted and needed.
20/04/2022 £10,000 HOME-START YORK Funding would contribute to staff time and volunteer training for 25 volunteers. Home Start York have recently started a school readiness programme and currently have 10 volunteers engaged in the programme but demand is far outweighing their availability. This funding would enable them to recruit new volunteers and upskill some of their current ones.
20/04/2022 £10,000 CONCRETE YOUTH Funding will cover staffing costs for 15 days each for the CEO, Artistic Director and Fundraiser as well as £2,300 support them with their increased rent costs. These roles are important to the organisation to ensure they can diversify their income streams to be more sustainable, develop their offer to people with PMLD and engage with more partners.
20/04/2022 £10,000 TOURETTES-SYNDROME INCLUSION IN THE COMMUNITY (T.I.C.) Funding to increase staff hours by 10 hours a week. This will enable the staff to focus on training and development of their volunteers to ensure they can better meet the needs of their community.
20/04/2022 £5,000 RYEDALE COMMUNITY FOODBANK Funding for rent and small items. Ryedale Foodbank are recently established due to the need highlighted by the pandemic, they are currently based at the District Council offices but recognise this isn't appropriate. Funding will be used to help them secure a more appropriate location.
20/04/2022 £10,000 FITMUMS AND FRIENDS Funding would be used to employ a Project Development Officer for 20 hours a week for a year. The member of staff will be focused on supporting communities acrss the East Riding to deliver programmes - this involves working with venues and recruiting and training volunteers. The Step Change would be the organisation is able to provide support to communities across the East Riding.
31/03/2022 £6,200 TIMEBANK HULL AND EAST RIDING Ideas Fund co-ordination
31/03/2022 £6,800 UNIVERSITY OF HULL Grant to University of Hull
31/03/2022 £17,000 £931,611 ACTIVE HUMBER Development of an Open Data compliant physical activity finder
31/03/2022 £30,915 £413,922 HUMBER AND WOLDS RURAL ACTION Development of the agreed Alliance model.
29/03/2022 £5,971 WHITBY UNDERGROUND CIC Grant to whitby underground CIC
28/03/2022 £9,805 ARTISTIC SPECTRUM LIMITED Funding for project leader, film maker, materials, room hire for autistic children to create portraits of the queen reflecting her milestones, to go on public display.
28/03/2022 £9,995 WHITBY UNDERGROUND CIC Funding for staff, artists, materials, exhibition space and other costs for disadvantaged children and young people to plan, organise and create artwork for their own exhibitions to celebrate the jubilee.
28/03/2022 £9,649 £416,138 MUSEUM OF NORTH CRAVEN LIFE/NORTH CRAVEN BUILDING PRESERVATION TRUST Funding for arts partners, materials, volunteer expenses, overheads and publicity, for a variety of community arts and crafts activities centred on photos of past jubilee celebrations.
28/03/2022 £3,170 £234,806 KYRA WOMEN'S PROJECT Funding to create a communal frieze showing the lives of the monarch and the women at Kyra, to be unveiled at a Kyra Jubilee celebration day.
28/03/2022 £9,800 £4,882,000 GOODWIN DEVELOPMENT TRUST Funding for staff, theatre team, materials, stage hire, bands food for an arts and music festival to celebrate the jubilee in a disadvantaged area of Hull. Local school children will create a production about the queen.
28/03/2022 £9,150 £11,092,120 AUTISM PLUS Funding artists, staff, costumes and other related costs for young disabled adults to create a theatre performance for the Jubilee for a local audience. Partnering with theatre groups.
28/03/2022 £9,850 FLASH COMPANY ARTS LTD. CIC Funding for artists, materials, venue hire and support costs to create a community made mixed arts exhibition, and to capture this in a lasting record.
28/03/2022 £10,000 £62,595 SILENT UPROAR Funding for artists and overheads to support young people who don't normally have the opportunity to take part in the arts to create a variety show responding to and celebrating the jubilee.
28/03/2022 £5,000 £307,759 THE PAROCHIAL CHURCH COUNCIL OF THE ECCLESIASTICAL PARISH OF SELBY ST MARY Fudning for artists, volunteer expenses, materials etc to create a community art installation to be installed in Selby Abbey as part of the Swan Festival to celebrate the jubilee and Selby's royal connections.
28/03/2022 £10,000 BACK TO OURS ARTS LIMITED Funding for staff, circus, equipment, accessible portaloos and other support costs for a jubilee celebration event for older, isolated and other at-risk adults in a disadvantaged area of Hull.
28/03/2022 £8,569 £122,820 OATLANDS PRE-SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY CENTRE Funding for local artist, hall hire and misc equipment to make from local clay a Jubilee Tree mural, with participants processing the clay and making leaf tiles.
28/03/2022 £4,980 £64,464 THE MAXIMUM LIFE YOUTH PROJECT Funding will be used to prepare and perform across Hull at various sites of significance. Young people will learn dance, vocal skills and film skills to create an interactive 'Hop on. Hop off' tour piece which will celebrate the Queen's reign. Partnering with Hull Dance.
28/03/2022 £9,440 £278,317 ORB COMMUNITY ENTERPRISE Funding for artists, materials, overheads and publicity for a project for people experiencing poor mental health to create artworks around the theme of a gift for the jubilee.
28/03/2022 £3,580 THERAPEUTIC ART AND PLAY THERAPY YORKSHIRE (TAPTY) Funding for staff, refreshments, materials, publicity to look back at the fifties and the queen's coronation and create boxes of treasures, photo collages, sing songs from the period of the coronation, and create a fifties party with and for children with additional needs or from disadvantaged backgrounds.
28/03/2022 £9,375 £4,008 RIPON CITY FESTIVAL TRUST 1986 Funding staff, rehearsal and performance expenses and volunteer expenses for a community theatre project relating the experiences of the jubilee for people in the workhouse
28/03/2022 £6,726 DANDELION ARTS Funding for performers, management, materials and room hire to create an interactive, immersive performance to share with school children with special educational needs, young school children and older people living in supported accommodation.
28/03/2022 £5,000 £16,802 CLOSER COMMUNITIES Funding for staff, food, room hire and materials for children with disabilities and medically complex needs and their families to create costumes and and decorations so they can take part in a local community Jubilee Celebration.
28/03/2022 £2,564 £76,730 RUBIES A donation from High Sheriff of North Yorkshire Venetia Wrigley and her husband, administered by Two Ridings, given to Rubies for members to celebrate the Queen's Jubilee.
28/03/2022 £2,564 £334,017 JENNY RUTH WORKSHOPS LIMITED A donation from High Sheriff of North Yorkshire Venetia Wrigley and her husband, administered by Two Ridings, given to Jenny Ruth workshops for members to celebrate the Queen's Jubilee.
25/03/2022 £71,000 FORUM Infrastructure Support
25/03/2022 £76,000 HULL COUNCIL FOR VOLUNTARY SERVICES Infrastructure Support
14/03/2022 £5,000 TALK TONIGHT - SELBY CIC Funding will be used to give people a space to talk about their thoughts and feelings in a none judgemental environment. The networks created will create peer support and hopefully reduce the demand on GP's/ambulance service.
09/03/2022 £2,600 SELBY TIGER SHARKS Funding will allow the organisation to purchase 2 starting blocks for their swimmers. They have fundraised throughout the years for another 4.
09/03/2022 £8,740 £949,341 DEMENTIA FORWARD Funding will be used to set up a Community Wellbeing Cafe in partnership with the Primary Care Network. The cafe will be a safe place for people to access support and increase socialisation.
09/03/2022 £10,000 SELBY AND DISTRICT SCOUTS Funding to make essential repairs to the scout hut to ensure it can remain in use by the scout groups.
09/03/2022 £10,000 PLAYSTILLINGFLEET Funding to purchase and install play park equipment in an area with little activity for children and young people.
09/03/2022 £10,000 £170,343 COMMUNITY FURNITURE STORE (SELBY) LTD Funding to enable Community Furniture Store to run workshops that develop the skills of their volunteers and participants. The workshops will be practical and engaging with people learning how to restore and create furniture as well as developing their communication and team work skills. The workshops will be 12 weeks long.
09/03/2022 £10,000 £296,892 OPEN COUNTRY Funding to establish a walking group and tandem cycling group for people with disabilties.
07/03/2022 £5,000 £511,820 SELBY DISTRICT ASSOCIATION FOR VOLUNTARY SERVICE (AVS) Our weekly fitness class will be run by an experienced Personal Trainer working alongside a qualified Life and Business Coach. Together they will improve the physical health and wellbeing of this men only project, finding positive ways to manage the challenges of life men can often face. We believe a task focussed activity helps to create an environment of trust - where relationships can be formed to enable an openness about key issues in peoples lives to be shared and tackled. From this we would aim to expand the network of trust to refer participants to other services when required.
23/02/2022 £5,300 APPERSETT FLOOD GROUP Grant to Appersett Flood Group
11/02/2022 £30,000 £1,527,870 HEY SMILE FOUNDATION Activity to increase the uptake and usage of the NHS App: East Riding of Yorkshire
11/02/2022 £30,000 FORUM Activity to increase the uptake and usage of the NHS App: Hull
11/02/2022 £30,000 FORUM Activity to increase the uptake and usage of the NHS App: North East Lincolnshire
11/02/2022 £30,000 £413,922 HUMBER AND WOLDS RURAL ACTION Activity to increase the uptake and usage of the NHS App: North Lincolnshire
11/02/2022 £30,000 £1,479,766 YORK CENTRE FOR VOLUNTARY SERVICE Activity to increase the uptake and usage of the NHS App: York
11/02/2022 £30,000 STRONGER COMMUNITIES Activity to increase the uptake and usage of the NHS App: North Yorkshire
11/02/2022 £5,500 £109,169 ARCADE Funding for overhead costs, staff costs, including travel costs for artists, food and drink available at sessions. The project aims to improve children and young people's mental health and wellbeing through arts, predominantly working with CYP in the criminal justice system to encourage self-expression and confidence. Part of this work will be to speak to the young people about what changes they would like to make and what kind of work they would like to be involved in. The planning sessions with youth people seek to develop their confidence in their own ideas and have them shape and plan the project as much as they feel able.
11/02/2022 £5,500 WHITBY UNDERGROUND CIC Funding for staff costs. The project for young people is a targeted Emotional Literacy project. The premise is to help young people to develop their vocabulary and language skills to communicate their needs and understand how to self regulate. The funding will help to pay for both an online outreach/website coordinator and an Outreach and Family Support Worker. Each for 5 hours a week additional to the counselling team.
11/02/2022 £5,500 NOT PANTS CIC (TRADING AS CREATIVE BRIEFS) Funding for staff, volunteer, overhead, activity costs. This funding will help build on the essential work they have started with young people on Barrowcliff Estate, reaching/engaging more children and building a deeper relationship with those we engaged in Round 1- The aim of the project is to improve young peoples mental health and wellbeing using a creative informal approach. They have pre-existing relationships with 6 young people in Scarborough who frequently help us deliver workshops, collectively known as ‘The Scarborough Ambassadors’ they will support in planning/delivering the workshops, giving a youth-led approach to this project.
11/02/2022 £5,500 £109,891 SIDEWALK YOUTH PROJECT Funding for Staff, volunteer, overhead and activity costs to deliver 30 weeks of 1:1 and group support sessions to students with fixed-term exclusions. The project aims to work with local schools to support and enhance the quality of transition for 100 vulnerable years 6 students and provide a referral route to the Sidewalk STAMP group.
11/02/2022 £5,000 £1,664,041 THE WAVE PROJECT NORTH YORKSHIRE The main outlay for the project, behind salary, is the cost of the hire of equipment and payment of qualified lifeguards and surf coaches, using Surfing England accredited surf schools. In North Yorkshire, they currently work with all 3 surf schools in Scarborough, who offer their services at less than half of what they could charge on the open market, to help support the charity. However, this amount still comes to £10020 for one year worth of surf therapy and surf club sessions.
11/02/2022 £5,500 £5,671 SCARBOROUGH DISABLED SWIMMING GROUP Funding for Capital, staff, volunteer, activity and overhead costs to deliver sensory swimming sessions for children, young people and parents. The funding will enable the group to hire the small pool, plus a double lane in the main pool, lifeguard costs and up to two sensory swim teachers to lead activities for one whole year, meaning children and their families wouldn't need to pay entry fees to participate. The funding would also cover volunteers costs for up to 4 volunteers, some of whom may be under 18 years of age. Alongside, additional equipment to develop the sessions. * Youth-led project- £500- As part of the project the group would have a panel of young people to help shape the aqua-sensory sessions, with a budget of £500 to spend on the aqua-sensory provision, may that be a new projection wheel, music, tactile toys or floats. The young people would help shape the activities being offered during each aqua-sensory session so that we cater for all ages up to 18.
11/02/2022 £5,000 £170,324 KINGDOM FAITH YORKSHIRE TRUST Funding for staff, volunteer, activity costs. To work in collaboration with Dexter's Surf shop and extend our current project to younger children aged 8 to 11 to improve young peoples mental health through cold-water therapy and sensory experiences. Extend informal mentoring 1:1 support, particularly those with autism or mental health challenges.
11/02/2022 £5,500 SIVIK ACTIVE Funding for staff, activity and overhead costs. The organisation plan to use this funding to deliver two programmes building on their Gallows Close Centre programme (successful in the first round of Scarborough CYP Fund) and increasing the mental health and wellbeing provision in the Scarborough District. They will use pre-programme engagement sessions to design/develop the programme with the young participants so they take an active role in shaping their programme.
11/02/2022 £5,500 FLASH COMPANY ARTS LTD. CIC Funding for Staff, volunteers, activity, capital and overhead costs, to continue to deliver youth sessions that support the young people in Whitby and the surrounding villages, that supports young people's mental health and wellbeing which uses a youth focussed and youth-led approach.
11/02/2022 £3,600 £21,996 BURNISTON & CLOUGHTON VILLAGE HALL AND PLAYING FIELDS Funding for activity, overheads and advertising costs to provide activities for young people from 11 -18 years of age outside of school hours. The aim of the project will be to encourage young people to come up with their own ideas for the club. By discussing with their peers and with guidance from volunteers the club will be more accessible and sustainable if it is developed by the young people themselves. There will be an opportunity to raise awareness of current issues such as mental health and wellbeing, cyber security and personal safety. Being involved will raise their confidence and self-esteem and their awareness of danger. Alongside these activities, there will be the opportunity to join activities such as but not limited to sport, cooking, craftwork
11/02/2022 £5,500 £97,606 CRESCENT ARTS Funding for staff, volunteers, overheads, activity costs to deliver a project that engages young people in outdoor activities. The aim of the project is to improve young peoples mental health and wellbeing by working with nature in a hands-on way, Engaging with green space and empowering young people with knowledge of nature especially using creative methods.
11/02/2022 £5,500 GALLOWS CLOSE CENTRE MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE Grant to Gallows Close Centre Management Committee
11/02/2022 £5,500 £95,697 NORTH YORKSHIRE MUSIC THERAPY CENTRE Funding for overheads, staff, equipment costs for a music therapy programme. This programme will engage children and young people, with and without special needs, in an inclusive choir in order to improve their mental health, emotional resilience, self-expression, communication skills and understanding of diversity. aims to deliver “10 sessions for the actual choir and 10 sessions to support young people in developing their projects and ideas in the community”.The project delivers about 120 days of music therapy a year with four SEN schools in the region.
11/02/2022 £5,000 FUTUREWORKS NY Funding to contribute towards 1x staff costs. The project supports and encourages young people in an environment that is nurturing and non-judgemental. By getting involved in a practical project, young people are given the opportunity to focus on something tangible other than the thoughts that overwhelm them. In small groups, young people are taught practical skills whilst having the opportunity to engage in open and honest discussions with like-minded peers and supportive staff. The project provides a place that is accessible to young people who feel that school or college is not attainable due to their anxieties. The project aims to help reduce these anxieties and build up self-belief and self-worth in a way that is embedded in everything they do.
10/02/2022 £10,000 HEALTHWATCH NORTH YORKSHIRE Activity to increase the uptake and usage of the NHS App
10/02/2022 £10,000 MEETING NEW HORIZONS Activity to increase the uptake and usage of the NHS App - East Riding of Yorkshire
10/02/2022 £10,000 MEETING NEW HORIZONS Activity to increase the uptake and usage of the NHS App - North Lincolnshire
10/02/2022 £10,000 MEETING NEW HORIZONS Activity to increase the uptake and usage of the NHS App - North East Lincolnshire.
10/02/2022 £10,000 HULL COUNCIL FOR VOLUNTARY SERVICES Activity to increase the uptake and usage of the NHS App - Hull
10/02/2022 £10,000 £1,479,766 YORK CENTRE FOR VOLUNTARY SERVICE Activity to increase the uptake and usage of the NHS App - York
04/02/2022 £5,280 £78,874 YORK LGBT FORUM Grant to York LGBT Forum
31/01/2022 £5,280 £78,874 YORK LGBT FORUM Grant to York LGBT Forum
19/01/2022 £4,400 £247,775 DOOR 84 Grant to Door 84
19/01/2022 £4,400 INSPIRED YOUTH ARTS Grant to Inspired Youth Arts
19/01/2022 £4,400 £31,042,155 CHANGING LIVES Grant to Changing Lives
19/01/2022 £4,400 £1,171,134 NORTH YORKSHIRE YOUTH LTD Grant to North Yorkshire Youth Ltd
19/01/2022 £4,400 £180,309 YORK TRAVELLERS TRUST Grant to York Travellers Trust
13/01/2022 £3,582 £10,042,000 ST. DAVID'S PARISH CHURCH, AIRMYN Grant to St. David's Parish Church, Airmyn
07/12/2021 £10,000 £57,181 HOWDEN AFC Funding towards improving the hardstanding for car parking, to reduce the costs of hiring nearby parking, and to open up the club to more accessible forms of football.
07/12/2021 £4,260 £9,231 GILBERDYKE ST STEPHENS SCOUT GROUP The grant will be used to part-fund improvements to the pathways to the East, South and West aspects of the building, including creating a hard path surface at the end of the disability access rampway. These areas are currently grass surfaces that become impassable in poor weather conditions for wheelchairs. The project will resolve all these issues and provide excellent access from the car park area, making a real difference to people’s lives. The balance of the required funding will come from fundraising activity from other sources which have already been completed and funds are available.
07/12/2021 £3,000 £64,275 THE ASHES PLAYING FIELD TRUST, HOWDEN Funding to contribute towards the installation of gym equipment, The remainder of the funds will be allocated from the 'Ashes Development Fund' and the money raised by the community to create an outdoor multi-gym area in the park that can be used for free by all park visitors at a time that is convenient to them. The park is open to visitors at all times.
07/12/2021 £3,000 £48,593 EASTRINGTON VILLAGE HALL ASSOCIATION Funding for ventilation, in line with new Covid safety standards.
23/11/2021 £35,950 BLEND COOK EAT SHARE CIC Funding to provide work placement opportunities at Blend Kitchen. This will provide young people who are unemployed or looking for a career change with the skills to be able to work in a fast paced kitchen.
23/11/2021 £49,872 £629,437 ENDEAVOUR TRAINING LIMITED Funding for a three year project to build and develop a project to train young people in food and catering, and to develop a catering wing of endeavour, to benefit the participants and Endeavour as a whole.
20/10/2021 £61,795 GENERATE Funding to engage the transgender community and to find solutions to disadvantages faced by individuals.
20/10/2021 £9,480 £234,806 KYRA WOMEN'S PROJECT Funding to look at how support and services for women can be better improved and more a more holistic approach that empowers women.
20/10/2021 £21,300 £509,376 FRIENDS OF ST NICHOLAS FIELDS Funding to support people with complex needs to access groundbreaking Ecotherapy.
20/10/2021 £9,850 £57,251 OUR FATHER'S HEART Funding to support the development of a social enterprise that will build the skills of people who have challenges with addiction and offending.
20/10/2021 £8,500 THE COLLECTIVE SHAREHOUSE LTD Funding to support a more collaborative way of working, particularly with those with lived experience, to ensure that the organisation can best support vulnerable people.
11/10/2021 £2,500 £1,527,870 HEY SMILE FOUNDATION HCV VCSE Place Based Investment - East Riding of Yorkshire
11/10/2021 £8,400 £1,527,870 HEY SMILE FOUNDATION HCV VCSE Leadership Participation Grant
11/10/2021 £5,000 FORUM HCV VCSE Place Based Investment - Hull (£2,500) and North East Lincolnshire (£2,500)
11/10/2021 £16,800 FORUM Chair of Steering Group - HCV VCSE Leadership Programme
11/10/2021 £8,400 FORUM HCV VCSE Leadership Participation Grant
11/10/2021 £8,400 FORUM HCV VCSE Leadership Participation Grant
11/10/2021 £2,500 £413,922 HUMBER AND WOLDS RURAL ACTION HCV VCSE Place Based Investment - North Lincolnshire
11/10/2021 £8,400 £413,922 HUMBER AND WOLDS RURAL ACTION HCV VCSE Leadership Participation Grant
11/10/2021 £2,500 £1,021,220 COMMUNITY FIRST YORKSHIRE HCV VCSE Place Based Investment - North Yorkshire
11/10/2021 £8,400 £1,021,220 COMMUNITY FIRST YORKSHIRE HCV VCSE Leadership Participation Grant
11/10/2021 £2,500 £1,479,766 YORK CENTRE FOR VOLUNTARY SERVICE HCV VCSE Place Based Investment - York
11/10/2021 £8,400 £1,479,766 YORK CENTRE FOR VOLUNTARY SERVICE HCV VCSE Leadership Participation Grant
21/09/2021 £4,000 £42,000 YORK RACIAL EQUALITY NETWORK CYP Inquiry York Lankelly Chase Bursary
14/09/2021 £4,000 ROOTED IN HULL Funding for project that will educate young people about food and, working with Hull College, will also create an employment opportunity for one young person to run the on-site bakery.
14/09/2021 £4,000 £284,391 THE HINGE CENTRE LIMITED Funding for food-related after school club sessions, including hygiene, health eating and cookery skills for children in Bridlington.
14/09/2021 £4,000 STOCKWELL PRIMARY SCHOOL Funding for ingredients, Kitchen equipment, recipe cards for afterschool activities to help children learn about health eating and cooking, for children and their parents in a disadvantaged area of Hull.
14/09/2021 £2,706 8TH/26TH CALDER VALLEY SCOUTS Funding for outdoor cooking equipment and cooking workshops for Scouts in a deprived area.
14/09/2021 £4,000 CANTEEN COMMUNITY ENTERPRISE Funding to buy kitchen equipment and clothing to run a kitchen cooking food for the community, primarily staffed by young people who have SEN or emotional or mental health difficulties, and giving them skills for employment as well as providing affordable meals in a deprived area.
14/09/2021 £4,000 BIERLEY COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION LTD. Funding for staff, food and other resources to run a programme to teach young people healthy cooking, and to develop some of those young people in more depth.
14/09/2021 £4,000 £362,606 THE ISLAND Funding to run weekly cookery sessions, teaching disadvantaged and vulnerable children aged 8-18 in York the importance of healthy eating.
14/09/2021 £3,906 £180,309 YORK TRAVELLERS TRUST Funding for Food Youth Club, including cooking a meal at each session aimed primarily at children and young people from Traveller families, but with the aim of being open to all.
09/09/2021 £10,000 £269,221 HAMBLETON COMMUNITY ACTION (FORMERLY NORTHALLERTON & DISTRICT VOLUNTARY SERVICE ASSOCIATION) Funding to deliver a range of interventions across Hambleton and Richmondshire to encourage more volunteering across the area.
09/09/2021 £10,000 ROOTED IN HULL Funding will be used to provide sessions to people facing multiple disadvantages.
09/09/2021 £10,000 £151,647 PEASHOLME CHARITY Funding to contribute to the core costs of an organisation that supports people affected by homelessness.
09/09/2021 £10,000 HOME-START YORK Funding will be used to cover staff costs of their family support workers. This will ensure 1-to-1 support and group delivery can continue and families in need can continue to be supported. The pandemic has had a negative impact and support networks and socialistion is important now more than ever.
09/09/2021 £5,700 £89,730 MOVE THE MASSES Funding to rent office space in central York to be able to have more volunteers and have a more accessible location, opening up volunteering opportunities. Deman throughout the pandemic has been high and the number of people wanting to volunteer with Move the Masses has significantly increased. This expansion is necessary to cope with demand.
09/09/2021 £8,951 £354,936 CORNERHOUSE (YORKSHIRE) Funding for a dedicated staff member to provide interventions and support to young people who identify as LGBTQ+. The pandemic has meant that they feel more isolated than ever and their mental health and wellbeing has been negatively impacted.
09/09/2021 £10,000 BEST HOPE CIC Funding to run employability workshops looking at skills development with a focus on health and social care and catering and hospitality. The workshops will be aimed at young people from Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic backgrounds.
09/09/2021 £10,000 £960,262 HULL COMMUNITY CHURCH Funding to employ a bilingual community support worker to help people with healthcare, benefits and housing advice.
09/09/2021 £9,088 £274,940 WELLSPRING THERAPY & TRAINING Funding to increase the costs of the therapeutic trainer and conver some volunteer expenses. The organisation provides counselling to volunerable people and over the last year has seen a significant increase in demand for support due to the pandemic.
09/09/2021 £10,000 £42,000 YORK RACIAL EQUALITY NETWORK Funding to increase staffing time by 36 hours a week. This will enable the organisation to provide more 1-to-1 services, host more group sessions, establish a mentoring programme and increase the number of volunteers engaged with.
09/09/2021 £5,940 £239,695 THE RCCG AMAZING GRACE CHAPEL Funding for project delivery, overheads and staff costs to deliver training focused on preparing healthy meals, budgeting and positive health. This project aims to build young peoples confidence, capacity and skills to overcome barriers that might hinder their opportunities in life.
20/08/2021 £22,500 AGE UK NORTH YORKSHIRE & DARLINGTON Funding to continue work on the development of the Craven Food Partnership.
17/08/2021 £5,000 MUSICAL MEMORIES CIC Funding for staff costs 240 hours @ £18.80 per hour for a technical officer to manage the streams and content over the course of the project. The funding will also cover purchase costs for video editing software to enhance the projects aims and continue to improve participants mental health and wellbeing.
17/08/2021 £4,568 COMMUNITY COUNSELLING (NORTH YORKSHIRE) LIMITED Funding to provide counselling services for local residents in Ryedale to support recovery from the pandemic in terms of adverse effects on mental health.
16/08/2021 £6,600 £74,242 SUPPORTING OLDER PEOPLE CIO Funding to cover core staffing costs of their befriending service for 3 months. The organisation is a lifeline to many vulnerable and isolated adults and throughout the year have supported more than 600 people (this was just 200 in March 2020).
16/08/2021 £4,179 £234,806 KYRA WOMEN'S PROJECT Funding to employ a volunteer support worker. The organistion has seen a dramatic increase in need for support but also the number of people wanting to volunteer. This upcoming year the organisation wants to ensure they make best use of their volunteers to continue to support all the women who use the organisations services.
26/07/2021 £2,913 £74,242 SUPPORTING OLDER PEOPLE CIO Funding for venue hire, staff and PPE costs to continue running Music and movement group aimed at older people in the local area to improve mental health and wellbeing.
26/07/2021 £2,961 £262,952 ARTIZAN Funding for mosaic supplies, transport to the schools for differently-able participants, a workshop leader and staff time, to provide free six-week mosaic courses in two primary schools which differently-able people help to lead, inspire social interaction, art and creativity, and change attitudes towards people with disabilities.
26/07/2021 £3,000 £121,678 PANNAL ASH JUNIOR FOOTBALL CLUB Funding would purchase a tractor mower to enable the club to cut their own grass / replace the clubs paying for grass cutting from an external provider. Total cost of tractor mower equals one year grass cutting cost by an external provider so equipment would cover its own cost in a year. This club promote the sport of football amongst the children and young people of Harrogate/surrounding district.
26/07/2021 £3,000 £83,156 AUTISM ANGELS Funding to host 'Wellbeing Wednesday' outdoor sessions for children who struggle to attend school full time, those who have been excluded and those who do not have an appropriate school placement. The sessions are important to develop and maintain the skills and wellbeing so children feel confident on their return to school.
26/07/2021 £3,000 £79,608 EMERGING VOICES Funding for songwriting sessions that will provide social benefits to participants.
26/07/2021 £3,000 RESURRECTED BITES COMMUNITY INTEREST COMPANY Funding for 1 Grocery Manager 20 hours per week: £11/hour Plus Employers NI & Employers Pension Total 1054.82 pcm Therefore £3000 would cover just under 3 months of one of the grocery manager's salaries.
26/07/2021 £2,700 £12,927 PANNAL MEMORIAL INSTITUTE AKA PANNAL VILLAGE HALL Funding sought to cover the total cost of purchasing a commercial floor cleaner as opposed to the present mop and bucket method of cleaning their two floors. The Village Hall hires out rooms to the local community/groups of the Harrogate District at low prices and has recently undergone considerable renovation to make it more accessible.
26/07/2021 £3,000 £5,937 HARROGATE DISTRICT OF SANCTUARY The project aims to help integration and provide support for refuges and asylum seekers in the Harrogate district.
26/07/2021 £2,877 £296,892 OPEN COUNTRY Funding for running costs for an accessible walking group.
26/07/2021 £3,000 £274,940 WELLSPRING THERAPY & TRAINING Funding for Project running costs- The grant will enable the project to further develop their capacity to deliver face-to-face/online counselling sessions, plus our Suicide prevention support projects; for young people aged 14 to18-year olds develop their self-worth; manage stress and anxiety and build helpful relationships.
22/07/2021 £2,840 £423,999 HARROGATE & DISTRICT COMMUNITY ACTION Funding to cover cost of a sessional leader and room hire for the pilot project’s six-month period. A grant would also be used towards purchasing traditional games. In addition to these weekly activities, the club will run social outings (seasonal) to various local places of interest; museums, steam railways etc. where the group will experience a 'step back in time' with plenty of memories of yesteryear.
22/07/2021 £3,000 £84,941 BOROUGHBRIDGE AND DISTRICT COMMUNITY CARE Funding for running costs and volunteer costs to provide a mini bus service to Langthorpe Farm shop café for disadvantage adults living in isolation.
22/07/2021 £2,510 £91,388 FITMUMS AND FRIENDS Funding for venue hire, training and marketing costs to enable the group to continue running sessions that provide fun and life changing exercise to local people in the Harrogate area.
16/07/2021 £8,610 £262,952 ARTIZAN Funding for training, uniforms and start up stock for a café to be run by young people with learning disabilities.
16/07/2021 £10,000 £121,777 CLEAN SLATE SOLUTIONS Funding for staff and activity costs. To fund a community Engagement Officer 12.5 hrs per week for 45 weeks (£12.50 p/hr) to support ex-offenders find employment. Activity costs will cover training needs, travel to support those with former convictions in rural areas overcome the additional barriers they face in rural areas.
16/07/2021 £5,000 COLBURN YOUTH PROJECT Funding for staff, volunteer, overheads and capital costs to run a youth project for the local community in a rural area throughout the holiday weeks. Activities will include art projects, baking, craft and sporting activities to positively engage with young people to improve mental health and wellbeing.
16/07/2021 £5,000 £14,763 SHINE21 Funding for physiotherapy and speech and language sessions for children with Down's Syndrome, and training sessions for parents, in the York area and beyond.
16/07/2021 £10,000 5 RIVERS EDUCATION & SPORT Funding for volunteer and overheads costs to support children and young people from BME backgrounds through activities to improve mental health and wellbeing.
13/07/2021 £5,000 £72,077 GRASSROOTS ENTERPRISE FOR SOCIAL INCLUSION AND POVERTY RELIEF- GESIPR Funding for trustee, staff and volunteer development and utilities to increase the organisations capacity, which supports people living in poverty in Leeds.
13/07/2021 £5,000 £39,839 KINGSTRUST NETWORK CIO : GATEWAY COMMUNITY CARE HUB Funding would contribute towards the installation of a new kitchen and core running costs of the Withernsea Communtiy Care Hub and kitchen for three months. The group intend to provide therapy to local residents 4 days per week through market gardening, teaching allotment vegetable growing skills, and cooking healthy meals.
13/07/2021 £5,000 £11,322 NIDDERDALE & PATELEY BRIDGE MEN'S SHED C.I.O. Funding for first aid training, utilities and tools to develop volunteers and create a welcoming and well supplied environment for Shed participants.
13/07/2021 £5,000 £158,972 SPEAK WITH IT Funding to contribute towards the cost of Speech and Language Therapy Assessments needed to resume face to face SALT assessments for 25x paused clients after a long period of inactivity.
13/07/2021 £5,000 CONCRETE YOUTH Funding would cover the following costs - sensory equipment/toys/training, Makaton training, 3x computers, 1x printer, overhead costs (rent, payroll). The Hull based group want to continue to offer a high level of sensory theatre to people with profound multiple learning difficulties.
13/07/2021 £5,000 £73,941 ROKT FOUNDATION Funding for staff & premises/utilities cost of running a 6 month programme which would use climbing and urban adventure activities to promote positive mental health amongst young people in Calderdale/Huddersfield. The CIO operate within a climbing & activity centre and have history of working with public, private and third sector partner to benefit marginalised groups.
13/07/2021 £5,000 £58,482 CREATIVE RECOVERY CIO Funding would cover staff cost to keep running the "Uplift Coffee Cage Choir" project - a singing support group for older people in Barnsley - for 6 months. The group hope to achieve a step change of sustainability by exploring more fundraising options and expanding their income streams.
13/07/2021 £5,000 £14,319 NORTH AND WEST YORKSHIRE ASBAH Funding would cover staff cost for a year of a new position. This role would make welfare and befriending calls to members. It would also cover staff cost for a year of an existing project manager role to drive membership and develop the service. The Bradford based charity support people/families who are affected by Spina Bifida and/or Hydrocephalus.
13/07/2021 £5,000 £222,657 LIFELINE HARROGATE Funding for core running costs to provide move-on accommodation for vulnerable adults transitioning from homelessness. The funding will ensure that the quality of accommodation and support can be maintained to the highest professional standard.
13/07/2021 £5,000 £134,773 LITTLE CRICKETS PRE-SCHOOL Funding for staff costs to undertake forest school training to deliver outdoor activities for children. The activities will provide an opportunity for hands on outdoor learning to support children's mental health and wellbeing. Also the funding will cover the cost installing secure fencing to keep area and equipment safe.
13/07/2021 £5,000 IGBO UNION YORKSHIRE, CIC Funding for volunteer, activity and premises costs. The activities take place in Leeds Council Community Hall that provides support for BAME groups.
13/07/2021 £5,000 EXPERIENCE COMMUNITY CIC Funding for staff costs and travel expenses to improve access for disabled people at several Yorkshire Water reservoirs. The project aims to support and provide opportunities for people with disabilities to have better access to the countryside.
30/06/2021 £4,000 INSPIRED YOUTH ARTS CYP Inquiry York Lankelly Chase Bursary
30/06/2021 £5,282 £429,426 YORKSHIRE DALES RIVERS TRUST Grant to Yorkshire Dales Rivers Trust
28/06/2021 £4,000 £1,171,134 NORTH YORKSHIRE YOUTH LTD CYP Inquiry York Lankelly Chase Bursary
24/06/2021 £2,500 £6,785 DARLEY PLAYING FIELD ASSOCIATION (DPFA) Funding would contribute towards the development of an area for recreational purposes for local people in Darley and the surrounding villages. Funding would specifically pay for a professional planning service quotation.
24/06/2021 £2,500 HAMPSTHWAITE VILLAGE SOCIETY Funding would contribute towards the cost of getting the Churchyards of St Thomas a'Becket in Hampsthwaite and its Chapel-of-Ease at Felliscliffe surveyed in order for it to be recorded online as a historical resource by volunteers.
24/06/2021 £2,500 £24,157 KETTLESING MILLENNIUM VILLAGE HALL Funding to improve car parking facilities at Kettlesing Village Hall
20/05/2021 £5,000 £328,846 HESSLE ROAD NETWORK Funding to run intensive 1:1 bespoke support sessions for vulnerable members of the community who are/were most affected by the pandemic. Activities such as gardening, crafts, sport, cooking will aim to improve wellbeing, socialisation and confidence. Hull based group. Anticipated no of beneficiaries = 20.
20/05/2021 £10,000 FUTUREWORKS NY Funding to cover staff cost and activity plus operational cost for a 26 week project reaching out to young people who have dropped out of education within the past 12 months. Project aim is to re-engage these young people with/in education and training. Group are Scarborough based.
19/05/2021 £10,000 £302,944 PLATFORM (HULL) Funding would part cover salary and training of a Mental Health Champion for 6 months. This employee supports families with children who are shielding due to Covid. Platform are a daycare facility in Hull for young adults aged 19-25 who are leaving full time education. They aim to transform lives and unlock potential by supporting young people to realise their potential.
19/05/2021 £10,000 RESURRECTED BITES COMMUNITY INTEREST COMPANY Funding would contribute towards staff costs of community groceries whereby members can shop for a set number of items once or twice a week for a reduced cost of £3-5 a shop (£20-£30 real value of groceries). Group run community cafes, which since lockdown, have been closed and repurposed to creating and delivering free food parcels to vulnerable residents in the Harrogate area. They are now looking to expand their reach by providing community groceries as well as the community cafes.
19/05/2021 £10,000 EVERYDAY ENABLE Funds would establish and run an "Access Champions" project which is intended to empower local people to make their own positive change. Multiple volunteers form the access champion team. They provide feedback on their experience using local services and these results are reviewed to ascertain where additional support is directed. The group are keen to make positive change for disabled people in their area (Selby).
19/05/2021 £6,000 £116,686 FRIENDS OF PELICAN PARK Funding to recommence activities for older people in the community including light exercise, arts & crafts, games and social outings to reduce isolation.
19/05/2021 £10,000 £150,500 SEED EATING DISORDER SUPPORT SERVICES Funding would contribute to the cost of therapy sessions for beneficiaries with eating disorders. Group are based in Hull, operate with lived experience, and identify those in most need of support who are ready to engage with therapy.
19/05/2021 £10,000 £64,464 THE MAXIMUM LIFE YOUTH PROJECT Funding to employ a part time Community Outreach Coordinator and their associated costs (venue hire, activities expenses). This role would continue the support provided to young people in the Ings Area and wider area of East Hull (e.g. food parcels, social/physical opportunities). Note this area in Hull is identified as amongst the most deprived 10% of neighbourhoods in the UK.
05/05/2021 £38,000 BELLERBY PARISH COUNCIL Grant to Bellerby Parish Council
05/05/2021 £10,000 £429,426 YORKSHIRE DALES RIVERS TRUST Grant to Yorkshire Dales Rivers Trust
30/04/2021 £4,280 £75,798 ART THERAPY YORKSHIRE Funding will pay for new staff, volunteer training and two laptops. Group aim to step change by developing their service. The new staff would recruit volunteers, develop services, build their social media profile, develop their website and look at ways to work in partnership with other charities in the local area/across North Yorkshire. The group want to focus on fundraising, getting back out into the community, and focusing on future goals/create an updated business plan to reflect areas of growth. The aim is for service users to have shorter waiting times, and more flexibility around how they take part in art therapy. Scarborough based charity supporting mental health through art.
30/04/2021 £3,352 £79,682 INTERACTIVE WHITBY & DISTRICT Funding to enable hire of a meeting room to undertake one to one support sessions for young people.
30/04/2021 £5,000 £307,633 SCARBOROUGH SURVIVORS Funding will pay for monthly workshops covering a range of crafts & activities as part of the groups "Post Covid Active Engagement Project". The aim is to make post lockdown re-engagement with society easier for Scarborough based adults with mental health issues. The group are recruiting a new staff member who will promote social engagement and increase the impact the group has on the lives of their beneficiaries.
29/04/2021 £15,000 £413,922 HUMBER AND WOLDS RURAL ACTION Funding to establish a digital infrastructure and training pilot for village halls to get them online and connected and supporting their local communities. The project will also explore a data allowance sharing initiative to enable more people to get online to access services
27/04/2021 £10,000 BELLERBY PARISH COUNCIL Grant to Bellerby Parish Council
23/04/2021 £5,000 £24,930 GOATHLAND COMMUNITY HUB & SPORTS PAVILION CIO Funding to enable the committee to carry out work essential to the continued operation of the building post pandemic to ensure that local groups can continue to meet and carry out activities at minimal cost. This is vital to the local community in an area of significant rural isolation.
23/04/2021 £4,000 £3,144,863 HULL & EAST RIDING CITIZENS ADVICE BUREAU Funding to provide essential support to families and vulnerable people during winter months.
19/04/2021 £15,000 £1,479,766 YORK CENTRE FOR VOLUNTARY SERVICE Funding to support the development of a new volunteer management system for voluntary sector groups in York.
29/07/2020 £9,000 JUBILEE CHURCH HULL Funding to enable the orgnisation to continue running their Life College. Life College is aimed at all people but many that attend are vulnerable and socially isolated. This was previously funded through the rental income the church recieved, however because of the crisis they have received nothing for the last few months.
29/07/2020 £9,000 SIDEWALK YOUTH PROJECT Funding to provide an encompassing service for young people in Scarborough. This will range from detached work to online support, mentoring, activity packs and youth council.
29/07/2020 £10,000 YORK RACIAL EQUALITY NETWORK Funding for Charity Coordinator, Charity Administrator and office costs to recruit new trustees, develop a 5 year plan, and more, to ensure continuity and progression.
29/07/2020 £10,000 RAINBOW COMMUNITY GARDENS Rainbow Gardens is based in North Hull. Funding will employ a part time garden/education worker for 8 months to create family friendly activities e.g. art, craft & gardening sessions. It will install a "Chatty Bench" to tackle loneliness and, as lockdown eases, it will facilitate the welcoming back of volunteers, extend the site for visiting families and individuals and launch the new garden trail. Funds will also cover post lockdown requirements e.g. PPE, handwash stations, cleaning regimes.
29/07/2020 £9,500 KINGSTRUST NETWORK CIO : GATEWAY COMMUNITY CARE HUB Funding will cover the following - staff & volunteer costs, delivery van purchase and maintenance, overheads, IT equipment, acticity packs for children. Group respond to 60+ in crisis families and elderly residents of Withensea a day via their new Community Care Hub. Many beneficiaries have lost their source of income/are low income. The group supply activity packs for children to continue their education from home and deliver essentials. The area is rural with a high unemployment rate.
29/07/2020 £10,000 BRUNSWICK ORGANIC NURSERY Funding for salaries, cleaning materials, overheads to keep the site open and safe for users, so that users can maintain their health and well being.
29/07/2020 £24,000 TIGERS SPORT AND EDUCATION TRUST Outreach youth work in local parks and public places in the HG6 area of Hull (which is an area of high social and economic disadvantage). Aim is to provide support, structure, a safe space and positive engagement via youth worker led activities and wellbeing & mental health support. Fear is that the closure of educational settings and safe spaces will lead young people to fall victim to poor mental health, crime, drugs, and sex work.
16/07/2020 £10,000 SCARBOROUGH SURVIVORS Funding for training and expenses (including DBS checks) for buddies to support those with long term mental health needs.
16/07/2020 £10,000 NORTH YORKSHIRE MUSIC THERAPY CENTRE Funding to support the core costs of the organisation which has faced a significant loss in income. The funding will provide 82 sessions and enable the organisation to get up and running immediately in September with delivering face-to-face sessions (should restrictions allow it).
16/07/2020 £9,981 SNAITH COWICK AND RAWCLIFFE VOLUNTEER SUPPORT GROUP Funding to lease premises for 12 months. Group run a food bank and support service. Premises will receive and store deliveries of goods & provide a suitable base for operations. Recipients of services are high risk members of society on lockdown and unemployed/loss of income homes in the following areas: Snaith and Cowick, Rawcliffe, Gowdall, Rawcliffe Bridge, Pollington,Hensall Baln, Goole and Old Goole, Whitely, Eggborough, Carlton, Airmyn, Camblesforth and Hirst Courtney.
16/07/2020 £10,000 BEST HOPE CIC Funding will cover staff & volunteer costs for 24 weeks, 6 months office costs, and the cost of groceries to supply to 21 families. Group offer therapy to vulnerable and hard to reach people, most especially BME, in Hull & East Yorkshire who are presently experiencing mental health difficulties due to COVID-19 related isolation, illness and bereavement. Group cannot offer face to face drop-in sessions at the moment so have adapted to reach-out to priority groups who are mostly affected and need help via telephone.
16/07/2020 £9,944 £87,667 HUMBER ALL NATIONS ALLIANCE LIMITED Funding to support 30-40 specific BME families in Hull that are still social distancing and some of whom are either suffering from job losses/income loss or seeking asylum. Support will be in various forms e.g. food parcels, 1:1 help to access services such as health services and financial support services. Funding will also help to cover staff/volunteer travel expenses and purchase PPE. HANA are well positioned to support these families as they have good experience, knowledge and networks to support BME families and wider communities.
16/07/2020 £7,794 CRUSE BEREAVEMENT CARE HULL AND EAST RIDING AREA Funding will be spent on upskilling existing volunteers and training 20 new volunteers via online webinars. Grief experienced during Covid-19 is more complex (e.g. not allowed to attend funerals, not allowed to comfort each other, not allowed to be there when a loved one dies) so the group want all volunteers to be more equipped to deal with grief. Funding will also cover staff costs (this staff member processes client referrals and allocates volunteers). Group operate in Hull, Bridlington, Goole.
16/07/2020 £5,000 WHISH - WHITBY HIDDEN IMPAIRMENTS SUPPORT & HELP Funding sought to help with core costs (loss of income from usual sources due to Covid-19) to be able to continue to supply/develop their programme of activities/support for parents and children e.g. online learning, Facebook page, food delivery, signposting, activity boxes, sensory toys loan scheme. WHISH are a self-funded parent led small charity who support over 200 children & young people in the Whitby & Esk Valley rural area who have a Hidden Impairment (HI).
16/07/2020 £10,000 HOME START - GOOLE AND DISTRICT Home-Start aim to improve social isolation, enhance parenting skills, and assist with physical, mental health and financial challenges facing families in Goole and its surrounding villages. Funding is sought for technology to allow the group to support families virtually and through social media. Funding will cover volunteer training, IT knowledge upskilling and the compilation/delivery of family activity packs. Families supported are already isolated due to mental health, single parents, migrant background or with a long-term health issue (child/parent). Some with no local family or friends, with the additional challenge of shielding due to Covid-19.
16/07/2020 £9,870 ST PETER'S CHURCH Funding for food and administrator time for a food provision and delivery service.
16/07/2020 £9,407 HARROGATE DISTRICT HOSPICE CARE (AKA ST MICHAELS HOSPICE) Funding to recruit/train more volunteers into the Just 'B' Team and to purchase IT equipment (laptops,mobiles) necessary to deliver the service remotely. Group deal with issues such as mental health, emotional wellbeing, and grief, all of which are exacerbated by Covid-19 and serve the Harrogate, Hambleton and Richmondshire areas.
10/07/2020 £2,500 ACTION FOR ELDERS TRUST Funding will be used to purchase tablets as part of a technology loan sceme for the elderly. Group to provide online platform and classes aimed at health and wellbeing, telephone support and written handouts for those unwilling or unable to use technology.
02/07/2020 £4,000 REFUGEE ACTION YORK (RAY) Funding to provide essential support to asylum seekers in York who are experiencing delays in processing due to coronavirus crisis.
01/07/2020 £10,000 COMMUNITY WORKS CIO This group provide a range of services in the Thirsk area (merged with The Clock in Feb 2020). Funding will be used to support clients to adjust back into society once lockdown is relaxed/ends. Until that time funding will be used to support clients remotely via phone calls and collecting/delivering goods. The group also wish to use some of the funding to pay the volunteer co-ordinator who is needed to train and co-ordinate new volunteers.
01/07/2020 £7,000 HULL FC RUGBY COMMUNITY SPORTS AND EDUCATION FOUNDATION Funding for staff and other expenses for befriending project, home fitness and well-being programme, and food deliveries for vulnerable people in a deprived area.
01/07/2020 £10,000 RYEDALE SPECIAL FAMILIES Funding for staff, telephones and rent to be able to provide remote support for people with disabilities and additional needs in a rurally isolated area.
01/07/2020 £10,000 SCARBOROUGH & RYEDALE CARERS RESOURCE This group offer information, advice and support to unpaid carers in Scarborough & Ryedale. Funding would be used to employ a specialist team member to focus on supporting carers to find their resilience and inner strength to keep well equipped to manage their emotional capacity over the long-term.
01/07/2020 £10,000 TOGETHER WOMEN PROJECT This group work in Hull to intervene before women enter into the criminal justice system and also to assist first time offenders. This project is intended to help women specifically experiencing mental health issues. Funding will pay for staff time to develop a sustainable delivery model for products/services which will still be useful/useable during and after lockdown. E.g. so help can be in the form of telephone, internet, face to face.
01/07/2020 £10,000 KIDS YORKSHIRE Funding to support the organisation cover the increased costs of running sessions for children with autism. The organisation recognises the importance of supporting the children and families during these times and have a plan of running face to face sessions but in order to cope with demand and maintain social distancing it will mean around 20 sessions a week are run.
01/07/2020 £10,000 HULL AND EAST YORKSHIRE CHILDREN'S UNIVERSITY Funding to provide educational parcels to over 300 children in Hull that are already behind in their education and further disengaging throughout this crisis.
01/07/2020 £6,000 YORKSHIRE ENERGY DOCTOR CIC Funding for staff costs to support the organisation continue to offer remote advice on measures they can take to improve their financial position by reviewing their energy bills and putting other measures in to place.
01/07/2020 £10,000 FRIENDS OF PELICAN PARK Funding for food and other essential items to be delivered to people identified as vulnerable in a deprived area.
01/07/2020 £10,000 SURVIVE York-based charity providing support across North Yorkshire including specialist counselling and therapy to women and men who have survived child sexual abuse, rape or sexual assault. Funding will purchase home office equipment (laptops, phones etc) for counsellors. It will also cover IT support provision. These steps will see that a secure, safe and consistent service is provided.
01/07/2020 £10,000 BIG AMBITIONS CIC Funding to increase staff capacity to support people in the East Riding that are struggling with their mental wellbeing as a result of the coronavirus crisis.
01/07/2020 £3,507 DEMENTIA FORWARD Funding to purchase 6 laptops with software and printers as the organisation continues to work from home and struggle with their current devices. The organisation supports vulnerable people and it is important that staff are able to continue to offer a high level of support to them.
18/06/2020 £10,000 FRIENDS OF ST NICHOLAS FIELDS Funding will predominately be used to pay for a volunteer co-ordinator working 1.5 days a week who will carry out socially distant practical volunteering activities, well-being calls with volunteers, preparation and posting of both online and off-line resources. Many of the volunteers live alone, have various vulnerabilities, and rely on the activity and interaction at St Nicks to keep them physically and mentally well. Remaining funds will buy PPE, activity materials & a smartphone for the volunteer co-ordinator.
17/06/2020 £9,000 PIONEER PROJECTS (CELEBRATORY ARTS) LTD Grant will cover the cost of retaining our staff team (usually paid for out of income which has ceased due to Covid-19). The group ensure beneficiaries (the elderly and those with mental health issues) stay creative, connected and well via phone support, web based activities and home deliveries.
17/06/2020 £9,300 THE HINGE CENTRE LIMITED Funding would enable the Bridlington based group to purchase two laptops, cover the cost of mobile phone top-ups and cover additional costs related to remote working. Support offered includes emergency food parcels delivered to people's doors, medication collections/deliveries, resettlement support, over the phone appointments/advice, guidance/applications/assessments, over the phone welfare checks and childrens activity/craft kits.
17/06/2020 £10,000 1-2-1 COUNSELLING This group provide a 1-2-1 counselling service within York and have 20 active counsellor practitioners. They aim to make counselling accessible for those on a low income. The group require funding to cover their overhead costs e.g. rent, volunteer expenses, professional fees.
17/06/2020 £10,000 BIG FUTURES FOUNDATION Funding is sought to pay for consultation/input from business development, sales and fundraising experts in order to grow the foundation. The group support disadvantaged York children from age 5 through school and post 18 education or training to when they start work.
17/06/2020 £7,500 PLATFORM (HULL) Platform are a Hull based day care facility for young adults with profound and multiple disabilities age 19-25 years. Funding is sought for 1 laptop & printer for staff working from home, 6 ipads for activities, and for the driver and vehicle cost to transport key workers to families homes. Key workers are in contact both in person and through technology and tailor the care package to each family providing both virtual and physical activities.
17/06/2020 £10,000 SIGHT SUPPORT RYEDALE This group are the only organisation in Ryedale to offer services specific to visual impairment. Social isolation has been a lonely and frightening experience for many blind and partially sighted people. Funding will see the continuance of a telephone befriending service and shopping/prescription delivery service. Contributing towards staff salaries, volunteer expenses, overhead costs, and a laptop to be used to manage support services and finances whilst working from home.
17/06/2020 £10,000 AGE UK YORK Funding to enable the organisation to adapt methods of delivery to ensure that support for older people can be maintained throughout the crisis.
17/06/2020 £10,000 RIPON COMMUNITY LINK Ripon Community Link support adults and young people with learning disabilities. They have been a donated a Portakabin for extra classroom space to allow sessions to be delivered while observing social distancing rules. Grant funding will allow the group to make the space fit for purpose e.g. installation of a disabled access ramp and outdoor handwashing station, basic equipment e.g. chairs, tables, hygiene products. Funding will also enable safer staffing levels (1:2 rather than the usual 1:4).
17/06/2020 £10,000 SELBY DISTRICT ASSOCIATION FOR VOLUNTARY SERVICE (AVS) Funding for staff for four months to provide community supporting including practical and emotional support for those who are vulnerable.
17/06/2020 £7,300 THE SPORTING MEMORIES FOUNDATION Funding for staff time to be able to support with adjusting the activities they run for older people and moving them online.
17/06/2020 £4,000 HEY MAMA Funding to support online out reach work with mums, particularly those affected by mental ill health and being isolated. This will involve online communication, telephone calls and care packages.
17/06/2020 £5,200 STRIVE YORKSHIRE (STRIVE) Funding to provide counselling to 16 people who have been affected by increased anxiety and poor mental wellbeing as a result of the coronavirus crisis.
17/06/2020 £10,000 YORK & DISTRICT CITIZENS ADVICE BUREAU Funding would purchase laptops, mobile phones & contracts and headsets. York CAB can currently only meet 35% of the total demand for services due to volunteers not having the necessary technology at home. Extra equipment would provide 14 volunteers with what they need to offer advice online and over the phone.
17/06/2020 £10,000 LOCAL WORKS LTD Funding to adapt their services to allow them to continue to work with disavantaged young people.
17/06/2020 £7,000 TANG HALL COMMUNITY CENTRE Funding to cover staff wage for a year (Community Fundraising and Marketing Officer: JD = "securing funding for the centre"). Group are reliant on activities income which has been eliminated due to Covid-19 and are now reliant upon grants to survive. Only 2-3 months reserves left.
17/06/2020 £9,812 YORK MIND Grant would deliver a 1-1 counselling service for people aged 18+ who are struggling with their mental health, particularly as a result of Covid-19. Funding will cover 16 sessions delivered by volunteer counsellors.
11/06/2020 £4,000 HAMBLETON & RICHMOND CARERS CENTRE Funding towards two laptops to support remote working to support unpaid carers.
03/06/2020 £10,000 THE GREEN TEAM Funding to cover the costs of continuing the charity gardening service to the elderly, disabled and most vulnerable in Goole and the surrounding area. Funding will cover following costs:- staff, PPE, travel expenses, overhead & office.
03/06/2020 £10,000 GROUNDWORK NORTH YORKSHIRE Funding to bring in an additional employment support worker to help with the increase in demand for their services as a result of coronavirus.
03/06/2020 £9,600 GALLOWS CLOSE CENTRE MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE This group based in the Barrowcliff area of Scarborough have plans for after lockdown. The aim is to provide 20 free places of fitness and wellbeing activities for children and adults to help those with financial worries to be able to access fitness and mental health support.
03/06/2020 £7,400 FAMILY MATTERS YORK Family Matters is a small local charity that works to strengthen relationships and build confidence in families. Funding would part cover a managerial salary, training, website/social media updates, market research and IT equipment for home working. The development manager feels left behind by the digital age and wants to learn these skills in order to reach a wider audience.
03/06/2020 £10,000 MOVE THE MASSES Funding to contribute to running costs which will allow the group to continue their crisis response using volunteers to deliver food,medicine and other essentials to vulnerable people in York,
03/06/2020 £10,000 CENTRE FOR HEALTH & PASTORAL CARE Funding for staff, training and expenses so that another counsellor will be available to those who have experienced abuse, trauma and bereavement.
03/06/2020 £10,000 TRINITY CENTRE Trinity Centre are a day centre who address the debilitating effects of social isolation on older, vulnerable people in Whitby and its surrounding rural district. Funding is sought to continue a project delivering meals and activities to their clients who are increasing in number as local charities refer more people to them. Funding will go towards staff costs, craft materials, hot meals and rent. Funding is expected to secure the project for 6 months.
03/06/2020 £10,000 ROOTED IN HULL Funding for staff, equipment and other running costs to provide more fresh produce and advice on growing at home.
03/06/2020 £10,000 CITIZENS ADVICE MID-NORTH YORKS CAMNY provide impartial advice/support to vulnerable people in Richmondshire, Hambleton, Selby & District and Ryedale. The pandemic has increased calls for help regarding finances, unemployment etc. Funding will increase the hours of a part-time Advisor to support an additional 10 clients a week with complex cases. It will purchase laptops/smartphones for 4 experienced volunteers who need these to work from home. Volunteers provide initial support to up to 100 additional clients a week.
03/06/2020 £9,100 POCKLINGTON RUGBY IN THE COMMUNITY Funding to support residents in Pocklington in three ways; food parcels, fitness classes and social activities.
03/06/2020 £10,000 CRAVEN & HARROGATE DISTRICTS CITIZENS ADVICE B Funding to increase staff capcacity to support vulnerable individuals who have been affected financially because of the crisis.
03/06/2020 £11,504 £769,274 NORTHBANK FORUM FOR VOLUNTARY ORGANISATIONS CIO Funding to develop a BAME network to respond to Covid-19. Network will reach all BAME communities within Hull and identify gaps in support provision/barriers to accessing services. Aiming to increase awareness of Covid-19 legislation/advice, improve knowledge of signposting and services e.g. grants, food provision, digital services.
27/05/2020 £4,000 HULL WOMEN'S AID Funding for care packages for women and children who are experiencing or fleeing domestic abuse.
20/05/2020 £10,000 £33,736 LOVE DRIFFIELD Funding to continue food bank delivery service to 30+ Driffield and surrounding area families and vulnerable people for the next 8 weeks. Current spend is £700 - £1,000 a week. Volunteer travel costs have increased and the weighing scales have just broken, these cost £500. Group also wish to provide toiletries (estimate £125 per week).
20/05/2020 £10,000 £409,493 RYEDALE COMMUNITY TRANSPORT Funding for staffing, volunteer costs, and safety equipment to be able to provide essential travel (e.g. to hospital and doctors appointments) for those who can't access mainstream travel in a rurally isolated area.
20/05/2020 £10,000 £125,550 HOME-START YORK Funding for staff costs and equipment to develop a telephone support service for vulnerable or disadvantaged families.
20/05/2020 £4,146 OATLANDSCOMMUNITY GROUP Funding for food packages, a printer and equipment to distribute care packages and a Befriending Box to those isolated at home or in care.
20/05/2020 £10,000 £404,504 MYSIGHT YORK Funding to enable the organisation to adapt their services to ensure they can continue to reach their service users once lockdown has ended. They recognise that some will be vulnerable and self-isolating still once lockdown has finished and others will want 1-2-1 support and some may want support in their home.
20/05/2020 £5,000 £728,328 MIRES BECK NURSERY Funding for Portakabins, work benches and work packs, so that the group can continue to support vulnerable adults.
20/05/2020 £8,000 £213,186 WELLSPRING THERAPY & TRAINING Funding for staff, volunteer expenses and laptops for remote working.
20/05/2020 £10,000 £204,852 GOOLE GOFAR Funding sought for vehicle running and maintenance costs and for PPE and perspex barriers to install in the vehicles for drivers. The group provide transport to elderly people vulnerable people and are planning on taking a maximum of 4 passengers per journey as opposed to the usual 14 to adhere to the 2 metre distancing rule.
20/05/2020 £10,000 £120,728 KYRA WOMEN'S PROJECT Kyra support womens mental and physical health in York. Funding will pay for crisis counselling sessions via telephone/skype/zoom for at least 15 women in need of urgent support. Lockdown has seen a sharp spike in the need for Kyra's support due to issues such as domestic violence, low income, unemployment, home schooling.
20/05/2020 £10,000 £90,250 HOME-START RICHMONDSHIRE Funding to assist in running costs to support parents with practical and emotional support, including those experiencing domestic violence, families where a child or parent is disabled, or where a parent is experiencing post natal depression.
20/05/2020 £10,000 £154,295 MIND IN HARROGATE DISTRICT MIND offer support to adults living with mental health issues. Funding will enable the crisis telephone helpline to operate on a Friday and Saturday night for the next 18 weeks. The helpline is open to service users and to anyone else in distress.
20/05/2020 £10,000 REVIVAL NORTH YORKSHIRE CIC The grant will be used to support the organisation adjust their services during the pandemic. This will include virtual sessions, telephone befriending, prescription and food delivery.
20/05/2020 £5,000 TORANJ TUITION Funding for staff, fuel, toiletries and food to provide food and care packages to ethnic minority residents in a disadvantaged area to help maintain their physical and mental health.
20/05/2020 £5,000 BRIGHT - BARLBY REGION INDEPENDENT GROUP HELPERS TOGETHER This newly established Selby based group formed in response to the pandemic. They aim to support vulnerable members of the Osgodby & Barlby community. Funding is sought to enable the group to continue to provide hot meals, daily newspapers and a medicine delivery service.
20/05/2020 £10,000 RESURRECTED BITES COMMUNITY INTEREST COMPANY Funding for running costs to provide food parcels to vulnerable people in the Harrogate area.
19/05/2020 £20,000 YORKSHIRE DALES MILLENNIUM TRUST Funding for partnership match which will be distributed to groups across Craven and Richmondshire districts.
15/05/2020 £27,500 SCARBOROUGH WHITBY & RYDALE MIND Funding to support organisations provide a holistic response to the Coronavirus Crisis. Age UK Scarborough and Scarborough, Whitby and Ryedale Mind will work together to support people in their community.
14/05/2020 £10,000 £73,226 NIDDERDALE PLUS PARTNERSHIP Grant to be spent on salary costs (£30 per hour) for a member of staff to co-ordinate the volunteer co-ordinators throughout Nidderdale and Washburn (rural area). £10,000 would equate to 333 hours staff time over, one year, to further develop the network of contacts across Nidderdale that has come out of the emergency planning and other activities in relation to the current crisis. Group aim is better social inclusion, more volunteers, digital training for residents and better access to services.
14/05/2020 £9,000 £142,082 THE RCCG AMAZING GRACE CHAPEL The money will be spent to buy food and containers to enable the group to distribute over 80 packs of prepared cold ready to eat meals to homeless people every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday into March 2021. This is based on current demand for meals which is expected to continue. Ordinarily the soup kitchen would provide hot meals but due to social distancing the group are providing lunch box style meals. Food is sourced at discount from Tesco where possible.
14/05/2020 £10,000 EAST YORKSHIRE FOODBANK Funding to support the organisational overheads which have increased as a direct result of their covid19 response. The foodbank has gone from supporting 90 people a week to 170 people a week.
14/05/2020 £10,000 £264,692 VULCAN BOXING CLUB Funding for a Covid 19 coordinator (six months), fuel and utilities to continue running emergency food delivery service (currently to over 1000 people), and (when the time is right) to provide emergency employment search support for people in a deprived area.
14/05/2020 £10,000 £33,602 KINGFISHER TRUST Funding to support the organisation continue to provide food parcels for people who are affected by homelessness. This is part of a co-ordinated effort across Bridlington.
14/05/2020 £10,000 £107,509 INTERACTIVE WHITBY & DISTRICT Funding to allow the organisation to adapt their services and continue working with young people who are disabled and their families during this crisis
14/05/2020 £10,000 £28,956 BUNDLES OF JOY Funds will buy essential items for our community e.g. cots, bottles, prams, safety gates, toiletries etc. The group have been inundated with requests as people need assistance due to the pandemic.
14/05/2020 £10,000 HULL SISTERS LTD Funding will cover the cost of an outreach worker, volunteers, transport cost, food, stationary and internet cost for 6 months. Group provide 1:1 support and telephone support service to women clients to address their issues and make them feel comfortable and supported. Group provide telephone advice and update on current situation (due to their poor language skills) and explain social distance/staying safe. Transport availability will buy/deliver food and household items for those who are facing mental and physical disabilities or poverty.
14/05/2020 £5,000 COAST AND VALE COMMUNITY ACTION CaVCA are seeking a discretionary pot for micro giving across the borough of Scarborough. £5000 would help to support approximately 50 mutual aid initiatives. Funds would enable locally grown and led activity with the aim of helping residents and communities cope with the 'lockdown'. Many of the community responses we are already supporting could do more with access to small pots of money, but as they are not incorporated or even constituted groups, they are unable to access funding in their own right.
07/05/2020 £10,000 £273,095 THE MOORLANDS COMMUNITY CHARITY Funding will be used to increase the staff hours of our migrant support worker by 15 hours a week and to provide her with necessary resources. This is badly needed to get publicity regarding Covid-19 translated, printed and circulated as lack of understanding regarding social distancing is causing tension in the community. The group want to ensure that migrants receive the right support.
07/05/2020 £10,000 £146,872 SNAPPY Snappy continue to operate during the crisis and have offered places to Key worker Children and Young people and vulnerable families. Funding would pay for extra staff, PPE, and develop a sensory garden, music workshops and many 'take-your-mind-off' games and events for these children. Children and Young people can see friends, be with trusted adults and have access to specialist equipment. Snappy continue to operate over Saturdays, half term and the six weeks of summer, increasing to six days each week to accommodate all the Children and Young people.
07/05/2020 £4,000 £10,899,437 AUTISM PLUS Joint application for both social enterprises at Easi Works and Ings Plus. Ings Plus: providing hot meals to those housebound. Easiworks: funding to purchase accessible musical instruments and technology.
07/05/2020 £5,000 £107,701 WHITBY & DISTRICT COMMUNITY TRANSPORT Funding to support the organisation with a prescription and food delivery service for vulnerable and isolated people.
07/05/2020 £10,000 £79,656 THE HUT YORK LTD Funding to cover the core costs of the organisation which supports people affected by mental ill health. The organisation has lost nearly all income as they can't hire their rooms out, don't have their craft stall at the hospital or members fees.
29/04/2020 £2,000 £21,509 BIG FUTURES FOUNDATION Funding sought to provide regular food parcels, household essentials, prescriptions to the families we support and to those who are self isolating. To cover volunteer and staff expenses incurred from deliveries.
29/04/2020 £2,000 £308,183 NORTH HOLDERNESS COMMUNITY TRANSPORT Grant will cover the loss in earned income from nursing home trips, community use work, shopping services and day trips/ outings. It will ensure that all HARTS current service provision can continue in the foreseeable future when the elderly members and users are able to use our services again.
29/04/2020 £2,000 £132,422 AUTISM ANGELS To pay for technology and staffing to continue the following services:- helpline, drop in, 1:1 and group chat. There is a Whatsapp support group, online sessions and a helpline that runs 7 days a week fom 9am-7pm. To continue to deliver the lifeline we have created for families, to check on/support children who are vulnerable and at risk.
29/04/2020 £2,000 £2,403,813 AGE UK HULL AND EAST RIDING Funding for phone coverage and remote working to continue befriending and well-being calls to lonely elderly people.
29/04/2020 £2,000 £50,397 HUMBER COMMUNITY ADVICE SERVICES Funding for internet and staff to be able to move support online, and to provide food where necessary.
29/04/2020 £10,000 PRESTON ROAD WOMEN’S CENTRE Funding to provide 10 properties for women and chlldren fleeing domestic violence. Each property is for one family. Families can stay in the property for several years to rebuild their lives. Covid-19 has seen a surge in reported cases of domestic violence.
29/04/2020 £2,000 £84,103 HULL HOMELESS COMMUNITY PROJECT Funding for baby supplies, essential and fresh food items, basic mobile phones and cover the transport costs accrued in providing these services.
29/04/2020 £2,000 £196,531 HAMBLETON COMMUNITY ACTION (FORMERLY NORTHALLERTON & DISTRICT VOLUNTARY SERVICE ASSOCIATION) Funding for groceries, staff and volunteer expenses to deliver food and medicine to isolated residents.
29/04/2020 £2,000 £1,179,483 ACORN SERVICES To pay for more staff support workers to be able to take shopping to clients, pick up prescriptions and other neccessities.
29/04/2020 £2,000 £56,489 GRASSINGTON HUB Funding for DBS checks for 30 new volunteers, volunteer expenses, telephone calls for volunteers making phone calls and delivering medical supplies.
29/04/2020 £2,000 £1,658,492 CHILD DYNAMIX Funding to support local children and families with food, payment of utility bills and other essentials, such as nappies.
29/04/2020 £2,000 £28,461 REETH & DISTRICT COMMUNITY TRANSPORT LTD Funding for transport, telephone and staff to co-ordinate deliveries of food and medicines to vulnerable and elderly people in a rural area.
29/04/2020 £2,000 £632,620 FIRSTLIGHT TRUST Funding to support vulnerable veterans with utility tokens, basic furniture and food/medicine deliveries.
29/04/2020 £2,000 £805,748 CATZERO Funding to cover staff costs to ensure that participants continue to recieve support throughout these uncertain times. The people that Catzero works with are vulnerable - NEETs, families approaching crisis and maginalised children.
29/04/2020 £1,000 £6,169 EAST RIDING ASSOCIATION OF RURAL COMMUNITY BUILDINGS Funding to continue to employ a village halls advisor (through HWRA) to support and provide much needed information throughout the crisis.
29/04/2020 £1,500 £9,353,120 KIDS YORKSHIRE Funding to provide sessions/activities via closed Facebook group to members (of whom there are 30+ and growing). Group consists of disabled children, young people and their families and supportschildren with any impairment, from birth to 25 years, ensuring continuity of support as children become adults.
29/04/2020 £2,000 £71,392 ART THERAPY YORKSHIRE Funding to cover 1) the rental costs of meeting rooms until they can be used again after the lockdown and 2) a 1:1 therapist. Service intended for individuals who have lived through very challenging traumatic life events. Covid19/lockdown could be re-traumatising and make re-engaging with groupwork difficult, having possibly retreated into damaging thought patterns including suicidal ideation and self-harm.
29/04/2020 £2,000 PEASHOLME CHARITY Funding for telephone costs and laptop to be able to provide remote support for vulnerable people, including those who are rough sleeping or at risk of homelessness.
29/04/2020 £2,000 £20,418 EBOR VALE RIDING FOR THE DISABLED Funding for overheads for an organisation that supports people with disabilities and mental ill health through horse riding.
29/04/2020 £2,000 £62,759 EAST YORKSHIRE COMMUNITY TRANSPORT LIMITED (EYCT) Funding to cover dial-a-ride services to hospital and medical appointments.
29/04/2020 £2,000 £80,716 CLEVELAND MOUNTAIN RESCUE TEAM Funding to assist the organisation in providing support to statutory emergency services, providing volunteers and transport to deliver food and medical supplies in isolated areas. Also to purchase PPE and additional disinfection and cleaning equipment.
29/04/2020 £2,000 £35,459 SLEEPSAFE SELBY Funding for electricity and water supply, as the group have lost two funding events due to coronavirus.
29/04/2020 £1,000 £46,368 HULL YOUTH SUPPORT TRUST Funding for a laptop and accessories so that a staff member can work remotely.
23/04/2020 £2,000 £619,059 SCARBOROUGH & RYEDALE CARERS RESOURCE Funding to support the organisation meet the needs of vulnerable and isolated people through delivering essential items such as food and interest packs to keep people occupied.
23/04/2020 £2,000 £357,603 JUBILEE CHURCH HULL Funding to allow the organisation to provide online courses and telephone support to their students. The organisation currently engages with around 100 students many of whom are vulnerable and isolated.
23/04/2020 £2,000 £21,113 RAINBOW COMMUNITY GARDENS Funding to purchase a laptop, printer, mobile phone and staff homeworking for 3 months. To provide telephone support to volunteers re:health, well being and signposting to sources of help. Also to continue online resource to share activities for kids club, regular updates of the Rainbow Garden which is a unique valued resource in North Hull, a deprived area with many low income households and higher than average health and mental issues.
23/04/2020 £2,000 £167,700 HOLY TRINITY MICKLEGATE PCC Funding to support costs associated with reaching out to isolated and vulnerable people. This will include telephone befriending support and collecting shopping and prescriptions.
23/04/2020 £1,665 £183,935 MATTHEW'S HUB Funding to increase the organisations capacity to work from home, enabling them to continue to support people with autism. This would be through Zoom, Skype and other social media offering support to people who are isolated and specific craft sessions twice a week.
23/04/2020 £2,000 HULL 4 HEROES Funding to hire 2 vehicles to enable them to meet the increase demand for their services. The organisation are providing food parcels and prescription drop offs to military veterans.
23/04/2020 £2,000 £222,437 SOUTHERN HOLDERNESS RESOURCE CENTRE Funding sought to create and deliver care packages of food & toiletries. Plus cover volunteer travel expenses. Withernsea is in the top 10% of areas of deprivation. Many do not have anyone who can assist, and do not have the technology to place online orders for food delivery. Most live in poverty and financial hardship.
23/04/2020 £2,000 £125,275 WHITBY, SCARBOROUGH & RYEDALE DISABILITY ACTION GROUP The grant would help maintain a range of services (phone calls, Facebook, newsletter, signposting of services) on which disabled people rely, especially when they are in crisis or have an emergency. Specifically covering salary and office costs which are normally covered by income which cannot be generated during lockdown.
23/04/2020 £1,200 £9,715 HULL STREET ANGELS TRINITY Funding to 1) cover the volunteer co-ordinator's travel expenses and 2) provide PPE to volunteers. Group provide food & medicine delivery and befriending service to the elderly and socially isolated in East Riding.
23/04/2020 £1,000 £97,547 NORTH YORKSHIRE MUSIC THERAPY CENTRE Funding to 1) provide 4 free online workshop/music therapy sessions and 2) to maintain the premises (rent). Sessions aimed at parents and provide home based family activities. Clients are distressed families who mostly live in isolation.
23/04/2020 £1,000 £731,918 DEMENTIA FORWARD Funding will cover the wage of 1 remaining employee (rest furloughed) for 12 weeks. To continue to support Dementia Support Advisors, also by contacting those who would have attended a group on the day the group would have met.
23/04/2020 £2,000 £73,493 WHISH - WHITBY HIDDEN IMPAIRMENTS SUPPORT & HELP Funding for online support, and remote support for those without an internet connection, for parents of children with disabilities who are more at risk due to isolation.
23/04/2020 £1,850 £243,307 COMMUNITY COUNSELLING (NORTH YORKSHIRE) LIMITED Funding for training, support and ICT to offer remote counselling to people facing barriers to NHS psychological support, or to those facing difficulties due to Covid-19.
23/04/2020 £2,000 £224,117 CENTRE FOR HEALTH & PASTORAL CARE Funding for expenses, phones, postage and other communications and staff to help support people who are experiencing mental health difficulties.
23/04/2020 £1,800 £287,606 SETTLE COMMUNITY RESPONSE @ SETTLE VICTORIA HALL LTD Funding for running costs (heat, delivery, petrol, broadband etc) to run a community hub for food and prescription deliveries, and remote contact, for rurally isolated elderly and vulnerable people.
23/04/2020 £2,000 £56,822 BUTTERFLIES MEMORY LOSS SUPPORT GROUP Funding for venue costs and wages to be able to support people with dementia, their families and carers via daily phone calls and social media
23/04/2020 £2,000 £213,186 WELLSPRING THERAPY & TRAINING Funding for a counsellor and volunteer counsellors costs to offer counselling sessions via internet and phone, for key workers and vulnerable adults adults with poor mental health.
15/04/2020 £5,000 COAST AND VALE COMMUNITY ACTION Funding to provide meals on wheels to older people who are isolated and vulnerable.
15/04/2020 £2,000 £69,357 SUPPORTING OLDER PEOPLE CIO Funding will be spent on staff salaries and volunteers to ensure support can continue to be offered to older and vulnerable residents during this crisis. This includes food shopping and medicine delivery.
15/04/2020 £2,000 £178,402 ENVIRONMENTAL & MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS LIMITED Funding for staff time, petrol and utilities to be able to pack and deliver food parcels for residents who are isolated and vulnerable in a deprived area.
15/04/2020 £2,000 £6,164,090 CRUSE BEREAVEMENT CARE YORK AND NORTH YORKSHIRE Funding for telephone costs to provide bereavement support to an additional 80+ people in the York area.
15/04/2020 £2,000 OATLANDSCOMMUNITY GROUP Funding for safety equipment, core costs and the contents of care packages (such as tea bags, toilet rolls, fruit, art supplies, tailored to the recipient), delivered to elderly and vulnerable people.
15/04/2020 £2,000 £733,530 BRUNSWICK ORGANIC NURSERY Funding to support the workers all of whom are people with learning disabilities to adjust to homeworking and maintain contacts with their co-workers. Many of the workers are vulnerable and isolating or live with carers who are vulnerable and funding will also help the organisation to provide practical support where needed including providing meals and shopping deliveries.
15/04/2020 £2,000 BOROUGHBRIDGE AND DISTRICT COMMUNITY CARE Funding to enable the organisation to support vulnerable members of the community providing telephone befriending, a volunteer shopping service and meals on wheels.
15/04/2020 £2,000 FRIENDS OF PELICAN PARK Funding for food for a free Meals on Wheels and phone contact service for elderly and vulnerable people in Hull.
15/04/2020 £6,000 YORK COUNCIL FOR VOLUNTARY SERVICE Funding for HR advice and support for non-profit small groups, so that charities etc can better use their resources to support their beneficiaries and staff/volunteers.
15/04/2020 £2,000 £153,481 COMMUNITY FURNITURE STORE (RYEDALE) Covid-19. Funding for staff costs to help ensure vulnerable people still have access to furniture and white goods.
15/04/2020 £2,000 £61,969 SIDEWALK YOUTH ORGANISATION Covid-19. Funding for staff, overheads and resources to create care packages and follow up for vulnerable CYP.
09/04/2020 £2,000 £304,714 EAST RIDING VOLUNTARY ACTION SERVICES Funding to provide equipment to enable staff to work from home and to meet additional costs in adapting services to meet the needs of local communities at this time in particular in relation to raising awareness of scams.
08/04/2020 £2,000 £1,630,983 AGE UK YORK Funding to establish a telephone befriending service to maintain contact with elderly residents that may be more isolated and vulnerable.
08/04/2020 £1,980 £142,082 THE RCCG AMAZING GRACE CHAPEL Funding to increase the number of days the soup kitchin is open during the coronavirus crisis. The people that use it are predominantly homeless facing other difficulties such as drug addiction and long term health problems.
08/04/2020 £2,000 £49,149 TRINITY CENTRE Funding for staff hours and equipment to be able to provide meals to vulnerable residents.
08/04/2020 £2,000 £118,599 THE BRIDGE Funding for 120 food parcels for vulnerable people living in a rurally isolated area.
08/04/2020 £2,000 £35,082 KINGSTRUST NETWORK CIO : GATEWAY COMMUNITY CARE HUB Funding to cover essential running costs of an organisation that is supporting vulnerable residents during this crisis.
08/04/2020 £2,000 £356,560 AGE UK NORTH CRAVEN Funding to establish a telephone befrieinding service for service users of Age UK that are identified as isolated and/or vulnerable.
08/04/2020 £1,000 £19,033 BENTHAM OLDER PEOPLE TOGETHER Funding would help establish a supprt network for elderly and vulnerable residents. The support offered will include shopping, prescription pick ups and providing social contact for people.
08/04/2020 £2,000 £150,471 RIPON YOUNG MENS CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION Covid-19. Funding for food, well-being packs and tablets to support vulnerable tenants.
08/04/2020 £1,000 £2,887,303 GROUNDWORK WAKEFIELD Covid-19. Funding toward delivery costs to deliver free meals to elderly residents.
08/04/2020 £2,000 £174,508 ARTIZAN Covid-19. Funding for staff time, materials and volunteer expenses to create home craft kits for isolated and vulnerable adults and children, plus volunteer phone buddies.
08/04/2020 £2,000 £113,791 INGLETON RURAL COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION Covid-19. Funding for supplying food boxes to vulnerable elderly people.
08/04/2020 £1,500 £343,427 PAPERWORKS Covid-19. Funding for rent, and costs for vulnerable members to work at home, and for remote service by phone.
08/04/2020 £1,000 £33,736 LOVE DRIFFIELD Covid-19. Funding for food parcels and fuel to deliver to vulnerable and isolating residents.
08/04/2020 £2,000 £67,444 SPRINGBANK COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION Covid-19. Funding to set up connectivity for vulnerable people with no internet connection.
08/04/2020 £1,500 £510,789 RIPON COMMUNITY LINK Covid-19. Funding for fuel and equipment for remote working, and for staff costs to support adults with learning difficulties.
08/04/2020 £2,000 £62,544 JPC COMMUNITY FARM Covid-19. Funding to enable services to continue.
02/04/2020 £942 £416,617 HARROGATE & RIPON CENTRES FOR VOLUNTARY SERVICE Covid-19. Funding for hand sanitiser and postage, to remain in contact with the large numbers of vulnerable beneficiaries without internet access.
02/04/2020 £2,000 £264,692 VULCAN BOXING CLUB Covid-19. Funding to buy fuel and food to extend the club's food bank provision due to higher demand.
02/04/2020 £2,000 £154,295 MIND IN HARROGATE DISTRICT Covid-19. Funding for support worker costs to stay in daily contact with vulnerable service users.
02/04/2020 £2,000 £146,872 SNAPPY Covid-19. Funding towards staff, PPE and overheads to support vulnerable children with keyworker parents.
02/04/2020 £1,995 £28,956 BUNDLES OF JOY Covid-19. Funding for essential maternity items and running costs, to meet increased demand.
02/04/2020 £938 £38,227 COMMUNITY INTEGRATION AND ADVOCACY CENTRE (CIAC) Covid-19. Funding for printer and services so that immigration adviser can work from home.
02/04/2020 £2,000 £33,602 KINGFISHER TRUST Covid-19. Funding for food and utilities to continue providing support to homeless people.
02/04/2020 £2,000 £73,226 NIDDERDALE PLUS PARTNERSHIP Covid-19. Funding for extra staff hours and more telephone equipment to meet the rise in demand for support.
02/04/2020 £2,000 £105,586 TANG HALL COMMUNITY CENTRE Covid-19. Funding to deliver food and medicines to vulnerable people, and to contribute towards running costs.
02/04/2020 £2,000 £443,043 SKIPTON & CRAVEN ACTION FOR DISABILITY Covid-19. Funding for fuel for vital journeys (appointments) for vulnerable people, plus food deliveries; funding for overheads.
02/04/2020 £2,000 £125,550 HOME-START YORK Covid-19. Funding towards phone and online support for vulnerable families.
02/04/2020 £2,000 £40,211 MOVE THE MASSES Funding to recruit and mobilise volunteers to undertake food and medicine deliveries to older and vulnerable people in the York area.
02/04/2020 £2,000 £107,509 INTERACTIVE WHITBY & DISTRICT Funding to contribute to staff costs to enable the group to deliver their activities and continue to support families of disabled children and young people in a different way.
02/04/2020 £2,000 £72,630 SIGHT SUPPORT RYEDALE Covid 19 - core costs and change in activites to continue to support service users
02/04/2020 £2,000 £253,584 PLATFORM (HULL) Funding to provide PPE and additional disinfectant to enable the group to continue to deliver activities for young people with profound and multiple disabilities.
02/04/2020 £2,000 £90,250 HOME-START RICHMONDSHIRE Funding to enable the organisation to respond to the needs of their vulnerable families during the crisis by providing a home delivery service for food and medical supplies where needed and to enable them to continue to provide one to one counselling support online and via telephone.
02/04/2020 £2,000 £45,688 RHM RECOVERY Covid-19. Funding towards delivering food and support to people recovering from addiction.
02/04/2020 £2,000 £24,071 SECOND THOUGHTS EAST YORKSHIRE Covid-19. Funding towards costs to provide extra support to those with mental health issues.
02/04/2020 £2,000 £219,292 SELFA Funding to enable the organisation to provide essential support to the local community including co-ordinating volunteers, organising food and medicine deliveries and providing activities and food parcels to vulnerable children and young people.
02/04/2020 £2,000 £404,504 MYSIGHT YORK Covid-19. Funding to run home visiting by phone, to people with sight loss.
02/04/2020 £1,324 £88,862 OLDER CITIZENS ADVOCACY YORK Funding for resources to work remotely, and to cover lost fundraising opportunities.
30/03/2020 £2,000 £362,586 RESTORE ( YORK ) LIMITED Funding to enable the organisation to adapt how it supports its vulnerable clients, many with mental health and previous addiction and homelessness issues. This will include delivery of essential items where needed.
30/03/2020 £2,000 £448,806 COMMUNITY WORKS CIO Funding to enable the organisation to develop its community response which will include food and medicine deliveries, packed lunches for children in need, recruiting and managing new volunteers.
30/03/2020 £1,000 £204,852 GOOLE GOFAR Funding to enable the organisation to adapt services to continue to support their older and vulnerable clients by way of a shopping delivery service. They will also be working with other local organisations.
30/03/2020 £2,000 £273,095 THE MOORLANDS COMMUNITY CHARITY Funding to enable the charity to cope with the increased demand for their existing meals on wheels service and to enable them to provide an emergency response for people in isolation. The charity operate in an area of significant disadvantage and are well placed to provide a key community response.
30/03/2020 £2,000 £237,755 BEVERLEY CHERRY TREE COMMUNITY CENTRE Funding to be able to increase food deliveries, and to continue and increase phone support.
30/03/2020 £2,000 £202,203 ST MICHAELS YOUTH PROJECT Funding to run more food bank deliveries to young people, in an area of high deprivation.
25/03/2020 £1,000 £58,867 HOME-START CRAVEN Funding to provide support and food parcels for families on low income that have suffered a further significant loss of income as a result of the crisis to an already financially unstable situation.
25/03/2020 £1,980 £120,728 KYRA WOMEN'S PROJECT Funding to enable the organisation to adapt their services and continue to support vulnerable members through telephone calls and home deliveries where necessary and to continue to provide counselling to those who need it.
25/03/2020 £2,000 £153,438 BEVERLEY COMMUNITY LIFT Funding to enable the organisation to amend their usual work and utilise their volunteers in a different way, providing a telephone support service and home delivery service in collaboration with other local groups.
25/03/2020 £2,000 £272,834 THE HINGE CENTRE LIMITED Funding for food, fuel, toiletries etc to support individuals and families, and for equipment to allow for remote working.
25/03/2020 £2,000 £53,843 THE HULL (NORTH BRANSHOLME) PHOENIX PROJECT Funding to deliver lunch club via phone and food parcels; funding to help cover utility costs of running the centre, with loss of renting groups.
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Cumulative Grants
Amount Grantee
£191,204 FORUM
£91,865 HUMBER AND WOLDS RURAL ACTION
£86,000 HULL COUNCIL FOR VOLUNTARY SERVICES
£77,393 GENERATE
£76,050 BLEND COOK EAT SHARE CIC
£71,900 YORK CENTRE FOR VOLUNTARY SERVICE
£60,300 THE HINGE CENTRE LIMITED
£49,872 ENDEAVOUR TRAINING LIMITED
£48,000 BELLERBY PARISH COUNCIL
£46,600 BIG FUTURES FOUNDATION
£40,950 COMMUNITY FIRST YORKSHIRE
£40,900 HEY SMILE FOUNDATION
£39,000 ROOTED IN HULL
£31,300 FRIENDS OF ST NICHOLAS FIELDS
£30,000 STRONGER COMMUNITIES
£30,000 MEETING NEW HORIZONS
£28,000 RESURRECTED BITES COMMUNITY INTEREST COMPANY
£27,500 SCARBOROUGH WHITBY & RYDALE MIND
£25,500 AGE UK NORTH YORKSHIRE & DARLINGTON
£25,088 WELLSPRING THERAPY & TRAINING
£25,000 READ SCHOOL
£25,000 HOME-START YORK
£24,000 TIGERS SPORT AND EDUCATION TRUST
£24,000 CLEAN SLATE SOLUTIONS
£23,314 GALLOWS CLOSE CENTRE MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE
£23,246 NEW BEGINNINGS PEER SUPPORT
£23,000 KINGFISHER TRUST
£22,520 MOVE THE MASSES
£22,000 THUNK-IT THEATRE CIC
£22,000 THE MOORLANDS COMMUNITY CHARITY
£22,000 SNAPPY
£21,466 WHITBY UNDERGROUND CIC
£21,013 SUPPORTING OLDER PEOPLE CIO
£20,944 HUMBER ALL NATIONS ALLIANCE
£20,706 HOME-START RICHMONDSHIRE
£20,000 YORKSHIRE DALES MILLENNIUM TRUST
£20,000 HULL AND EAST YORKSHIRE CHILDREN'S UNIVERSITY
£20,000 BEST HOPE CIC
£19,500 REVIVAL NORTH YORKSHIRE CIC
£19,500 PLATFORM (HULL)
£19,050 YORK MIND
£18,809 KYRA WOMEN'S PROJECT
£18,600 DRAX CRICKET CLUB
£18,564 FLASH COMPANY ARTS LTD. CIC
£17,714 SIDEWALK YOUTH PROJECT
£17,352 INTERACTIVE WHITBY & DISTRICT
£17,100 SHINE21
£17,000 THE HUT YORK LTD
£17,000 ACTIVE HUMBER
£16,945 THE MAXIMUM LIFE YOUTH PROJECT
£16,920 THE RCCG AMAZING GRACE CHAPEL
£16,850 OUR FATHER'S HEART
£16,500 NORTH YORKSHIRE MUSIC THERAPY CENTRE
£16,500 KINGSTRUST NETWORK CIO : GATEWAY COMMUNITY CARE HUB
£16,420 KYRA WOMEN'S PROJECT
£16,100 SELFA
£16,050 YORK CENTRE FOR VOLUNTARY SERVICE
£16,000 YORK RACIAL EQUALITY NETWORK
£16,000 GROUNDWORK WAKEFIELD
£15,986 YORK TRAVELLERS TRUST
£15,282 YORKSHIRE DALES RIVERS TRUST
£15,100 CITY OF HULL SPORT AND COMMUNITY GROUP CIC
£15,000 SELBY DISTRICT ASSOCIATION FOR VOLUNTARY SERVICE (AVS)
£15,000 SCARBOROUGH SURVIVORS
£15,000 HULL SISTERS LTD
£15,000 FUTUREWORKS NY
£15,000 CONCRETE YOUTH
£14,520 MIND IN HARROGATE DISTRICT
£14,500 RIPON COMMUNITY LINK
£14,371 DANDELION ARTS
£14,164 TIMEBANK HULL AND EAST RIDING
£13,980 POCKLINGTON RUGBY IN THE COMMUNITY
£13,950 REFUGEE ACTION YORK (RAY)
£13,749 YORK IN RECOVERY
£13,700 CARERS PLUS YORKSHIRE LTD
£13,571 ARTIZAN
£13,280 INSTITUTE OF DEVELOPMENTAL STUDIES
£13,247 DEMENTIA FORWARD
£12,877 OPEN COUNTRY
£12,800 TANG HALL COMMUNITY CENTRE
£12,510 FITMUMS AND FRIENDS
£12,392 BRIDLINGTON SEASIDER CIC
£12,000 YORK WOMENS COUNSELLING SERVICE
£12,000 VULCAN BOXING CLUB
£12,000 TRINITY CENTRE
£12,000 SIGHT SUPPORT RYEDALE
£12,000 RYEDALE COMMUNITY FOODBANK
£12,000 RAINBOW COMMUNITY GARDENS
£12,000 NIDDERDALE PLUS PARTNERSHIP
£12,000 MYSIGHT YORK
£12,000 HESSLE ROAD NETWORK
£12,000 HAMBLETON COMMUNITY ACTION (FORMERLY NORTHALLERTON & DISTRICT VOLUNTARY SERVICE ASSOCIATION)
£12,000 FRIENDS OF PELICAN PARK
£12,000 COMMUNITY WORKS CIO
£12,000 CITIZENS ADVICE MID-NORTH YORKS
£12,000 CENTRE FOR HEALTH & PASTORAL CARE
£12,000 BRUNSWICK ORGANIC NURSERY
£12,000 AGE UK YORK
£12,000 1-2-1 COUNSELLING
£11,995 BUNDLES OF JOY
£11,805 ARTISTIC SPECTRUM LIMITED
£11,500 KIDS YORKSHIRE
£11,400 DOOR 84
£11,100 NORTH YORKSHIRE YOUTH LTD
£11,100 INSPIRED YOUTH ARTS
£11,096 NEXT DOOR BUT ONE
£11,000 WHISH - WHITBY HIDDEN IMPAIRMENTS SUPPORT & HELP
£11,000 ST LEONARD'S HOSPICE
£11,000 LOVE DRIFFIELD
£11,000 JUBILEE CHURCH HULL
£11,000 GOOLE GOFAR
£10,560 YORK LGBT FORUM
£10,500 THE COLLECTIVE SHAREHOUSE LTD
£10,500 COAST AND VALE COMMUNITY ACTION
£10,500 ARCADE
£10,263 ST THOMAS' CHURCH (THE PCC OF THE ECCLESIASTICAL PARISH OF ST THOMAS)
£10,000 YORK RACIAL EQUALITY NETWORK
£10,000 YORK NEIGHBOURS
£10,000 YORK & DISTRICT CITIZENS ADVICE BUREAU
£10,000 VETERANS WOODCRAFT CIC
£10,000 TOURETTES-SYNDROME INCLUSION IN THE COMMUNITY (T.I.C.)
£10,000 TORANJ TUITION
£10,000 TOGETHER WOMEN PROJECT
£10,000 TIME TO LISTEN
£10,000 THE GREEN TEAM
£10,000 SURVIVE
£10,000 SILENT UPROAR
£10,000 SELBY AND DISTRICT SCOUTS
£10,000 SEED EATING DISORDER SUPPORT SERVICES
£10,000 RYEDALE SPECIAL FAMILIES
£10,000 RYEDALE COMMUNITY TRANSPORT
£10,000 REVIVAL NORTH YORKSHIRE CIC
£10,000 PRESTON ROAD WOMEN’S CENTRE
£10,000 PLAYSTILLINGFLEET
£10,000 PEASHOLME CHARITY
£10,000 LOCAL WORKS LTD
£10,000 HULL COMMUNITY CHURCH
£10,000 HOWDEN AFC
£10,000 HOME-START YORK
£10,000 HOME START - GOOLE AND DISTRICT
£10,000 HIGHER RHYTHM LTD
£10,000 EVERYDAY ENABLE
£10,000 EAST YORKSHIRE FOODBANK
£10,000 DALES AND BOWLAND CIC
£10,000 CRAVEN & HARROGATE DISTRICTS CITIZENS ADVICE B
£10,000 COMMUNITY FURNITURE STORE (SELBY) LTD
£10,000 BRIDLINGTON, AMATEUR, OPERATIC AND DRAMATIC SOCIETY
£10,000 BIG AMBITIONS CIC
£10,000 BACK TO OURS ARTS LIMITED
£10,000 5 RIVERS EDUCATION & SPORT
£9,981 SNAITH COWICK AND RAWCLIFFE VOLUNTEER SUPPORT GROUP
£9,870 ST PETER'S CHURCH
£9,800 GOODWIN DEVELOPMENT TRUST
£9,794 CRUSE BEREAVEMENT CARE HULL AND EAST RIDING AREA
£9,655 EDLINGTON COMMUNITY ORGANISATION
£9,649 MUSEUM OF NORTH CRAVEN LIFE/NORTH CRAVEN BUILDING PRESERVATION TRUST
£9,448 YORK BIKE BELLES
£9,440 ORB COMMUNITY ENTERPRISE
£9,407 HARROGATE DISTRICT HOSPICE CARE (AKA ST MICHAELS HOSPICE)
£9,400 FAMILY MATTERS YORK
£9,375 RIPON CITY FESTIVAL TRUST 1986
£9,238 THE WILBERFORCE TRUST
£9,238 SASH
£9,150 AUTISM PLUS
£9,000 PIONEER PROJECTS (CELEBRATORY ARTS) LTD
£8,951 CORNERHOUSE (YORKSHIRE)
£8,816 SETTLE COMMUNITY AND BUSINESS HUB CIC
£8,680 THE ISLAND
£8,569 OATLANDS PRE-SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY CENTRE
£8,531 TREASURE CHEST YORK
£8,214 CRESCENT ARTS
£8,000 YORKSHIRE ENERGY DOCTOR CIC
£8,000 THE TRAUMA CENTRE COMMUNITY INTEREST COMPANY
£8,000 SAMARITANS OF HARROGATE AND DISTRICT
£8,000 FRIENDS OF PELICAN PARK
£7,750 SKIPTON STEP INTO ACTION (SSIA)
£7,564 GROW WILD YORK CIC
£7,500 SCARBOROUGH DISABLED SWIMMING GROUP
£7,300 THE SPORTING MEMORIES FOUNDATION
£7,100 CHANGING LIVES
£7,000 SPARKS PROJECT CIC
£7,000 RAISE THE ROOF
£7,000 MENFULNESS
£7,000 HUMBER COMMUNITY ADVICE SERVICES
£7,000 HULL FC RUGBY COMMUNITY SPORTS AND EDUCATION FOUNDATION
£7,000 COLBURN YOUTH PROJECT
£6,965 TOOLBOX DRAMA
£6,800 UNIVERSITY OF HULL
£6,660 GRASSINGTON HUB
£6,600 JUST THE JOB ENVIRONMENTAL ENTERPRISE LTD
£6,470 HARROGATE & DISTRICT COMMUNITY ACTION
£6,400 THE PEEL PROJECT CIC
£6,280 ART THERAPY YORKSHIRE
£6,214 KINGDOM FAITH YORKSHIRE TRUST
£6,200 TIMEBANK HULL AND EAST RIDING
£6,146 OATLANDSCOMMUNITY GROUP
£5,714 THE WAVE PROJECT NORTH YORKSHIRE
£5,500 THE VALLEY PROJECT
£5,500 THE PLACE IN SETTLE
£5,500 SIVIK ACTIVE
£5,500 NOT PANTS CIC (TRADING AS CREATIVE BRIEFS)
£5,300 APPERSETT FLOOD GROUP
£5,200 STRIVE YORKSHIRE (STRIVE)
£5,050 HEY SMILE FOUNDATION
£5,000 WOODMEADOW TRUST
£5,000 WHITBY & DISTRICT COMMUNITY TRANSPORT
£5,000 THE PAROCHIAL CHURCH COUNCIL OF THE ECCLESIASTICAL PARISH OF SELBY ST MARY
£5,000 TALKING ABOUT LOSS
£5,000 TALK TONIGHT - SELBY CIC
£5,000 SPEAK WITH IT
£5,000 ROKT FOUNDATION
£5,000 PRENTICE HILL C.I.C
£5,000 OLD PRIORY JUDO CLUB
£5,000 NORTH AND WEST YORKSHIRE ASBAH
£5,000 NIDDERDALE & PATELEY BRIDGE MEN'S SHED C.I.O.
£5,000 NEW LIFE SUPPORT
£5,000 MUSICAL MEMORIES CIC
£5,000 MIRES BECK NURSERY
£5,000 LITTLE CRICKETS PRE-SCHOOL
£5,000 LIFELINE HARROGATE
£5,000 IGBO UNION YORKSHIRE, CIC
£5,000 HOLME VALLEY TRANSPORT SCHEME
£5,000 HIGHFIELD FOOD COOP
£5,000 HIGHFIELD COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION (HCA)
£5,000 HAPPY TEARS FOUNDATION
£5,000 HAPPY HEALTHY YOU
£5,000 GRASSROOTS ENTERPRISE FOR SOCIAL INCLUSION AND POVERTY RELIEF- GESIPR
£5,000 GOATHLAND COMMUNITY HUB & SPORTS PAVILION CIO
£5,000 EXPERIENCE COMMUNITY CIC
£5,000 ELLERTON AND AUGHTON VILLAGE HALL
£5,000 EAST YORKSHIRE COMMUNITY TRANSPORT LIMITED
£5,000 DARLEY PLAYING FIELD ASSOCIATION (DPFA)
£5,000 CREATIVE RECOVERY CIO
£5,000 CREATE ARTS DEVELOPMENT LTD
£5,000 CLOSER COMMUNITIES
£5,000 BIOMATION PRODUCTIONS C.I.C
£5,000 BRIGHT - BARLBY REGION INDEPENDENT GROUP HELPERS TOGETHER
£5,000 ACCESSIBLE ARTS & MEDIA
£4,995 INSPIRE YOUTH YORKSHIRE
£4,913 OPEN COUNTRY
£4,894 ST SAMPSON'S CENTRE
£4,862 ACTION FOR ELDERS TRUST
£4,830 YATTON HOUSE SOCIETY
£4,800 HAREHILLS ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROJECT
£4,750 THE CREATIVE RISE CIC
£4,700 QUEERARTS CIC
£4,680 ARMLEY ACTION TEAM
£4,600 THE GAME CHANGERZ
£4,600 THE CONSERVATION VOLUNTEERS (TCV)
£4,568 COMMUNITY COUNSELLING (NORTH YORKSHIRE) LIMITED
£4,544 BEVERLEY COMMUNITY LIFT
£4,500 SCARBOCCIA
£4,500 KETTLESING MILLENNIUM VILLAGE HALL
£4,500 HARROGATE BOROUGH COUNCIL
£4,500 A1 COMMUNITY WORKS LIMITED
£4,319 LIFELINE HARROGATE
£4,260 GILBERDYKE ST STEPHENS SCOUT GROUP
£4,250 SCHOLEMOOR BEACON CIO
£4,000 WHITBY, SCARBOROUGH & RYEDALE DISABILITY ACTION GROUP
£4,000 THE LEYBURN ARTS CENTRE LTD
£4,000 STOCKWELL PRIMARY SCHOOL
£4,000 SPRING BANK COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION
£4,000 HULL WOMEN'S AID
£4,000 HULL & EAST RIDING CITIZENS ADVICE BUREAU
£4,000 HEY MAMA
£4,000 HAMBLETON & RICHMOND CARERS CENTRE
£4,000 CHILD DYNAMIX
£4,000 CANTEEN COMMUNITY ENTERPRISE
£4,000 BIERLEY COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION LTD.
£4,000 AUTISM PLUS
£3,975 BEVERLEY CHERRY TREE COMMUNITY CENTRE
£3,900 EASTRINGTON VILLAGE HALL ASSOCIATION
£3,873 THRIVE OUTSIDE CIC
£3,600 BURNISTON & CLOUGHTON VILLAGE HALL AND PLAYING FIELDS
£3,582 ST. DAVID'S PARISH CHURCH, AIRMYN
£3,580 THERAPEUTIC ART AND PLAY THERAPY YORKSHIRE (TAPTY)
£3,500 TADCASTER ALBION
£3,298 OLDER CITIZENS ADVOCACY YORK
£3,000 YORKSHIRE YOGA (TRADING AS BALANCE WELLNESS CENTRE)
£3,000 THE RAINBOW CENTRE
£3,000 THE ASHES PLAYING FIELD TRUST, HOWDEN
£3,000 SUNFLOWERS IN YORK
£3,000 PANNAL ASH JUNIOR FOOTBALL CLUB
£3,000 PINE STREET ALLOTMENTS
£3,000 LITTLE OUSEBURN VILLAGE HALL CIO
£3,000 JENNY RUTH WORKSHOPS LIMITED
£3,000 HOME-START CRAVEN
£3,000 HARROGATE TOWN AFC CIO
£3,000 HARROGATE DISTRICT OF SANCTUARY
£3,000 GILBERDYKE WAR MEMORIAL HALL AND PLAYING FIELDS
£3,000 EMERGING VOICES
£3,000 BOROUGHBRIDGE AND DISTRICT COMMUNITY CARE
£3,000 AUTISM ANGELS
£2,950 NEW VISUALITY
£2,880 HARLOW HILL COMMUNITY CENTRE ASSOCIATION
£2,706 8TH/26TH CALDER VALLEY SCOUTS
£2,700 PANNAL MEMORIAL INSTITUTE AKA PANNAL VILLAGE HALL
£2,600 SELBY TIGER SHARKS
£2,564 RUBIES
£2,564 JENNY RUTH WORKSHOPS LIMITED
£2,500 SCARBOROUGH MATES
£2,500 SCARBOROUGH DISABILITY ACTION GROUP
£2,500 NORTH YORKSHIRE CENTRE FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING
£2,500 NORTH EAST YORKSHIRE WORLD CUP LEGACY GROUP
£2,500 HAMPSTHWAITE VILLAGE SOCIETY
£2,500 GILBERDYKE & DISTRICT LEISURE ASSOCIATION
£2,500 DRIFFIELD CE INFANT SCHOOL
£2,500 BOWLS N BUGGIES
£2,500 ACTION FOR ELDERS TRUST
£2,255 DARLEY METHODIST CHURCH
£2,250 WASHBURN HERITAGE CENTRE
£2,250 SCARBOROUGH OVER 50S FRIENDSHIP CENTRE
£2,200 GILBERDYKE PARISH COUNCIL
£2,185 ST PETER AND ST PAUL CHURCH, DRAX
£2,000 BAMEEN CIC
£2,000 YORK VINEYARD
£2,000 YORK INSPIRATIONAL KIDS
£2,000 YORK CITY OF SANCTUARY
£2,000 YORK CITY CHURCH
£2,000 YORK & DISTRICT CITIZENS ADVICE BUREAU
£2,000 WEST HULL ARLFC
£2,000 UPPER WENSLEYDALE COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP
£2,000 UGANDAN ASIAN COMMUNITY IN YORK
£2,000 THE MARKET HOUSE
£2,000 THE HULL (NORTH BRANSHOLME) PHOENIX PROJECT
£2,000 THE DOWNRIGHT SPECIAL NETWORK
£2,000 THE BRIDGE
£2,000 THE BESOM BUNDLES OF JOY
£2,000 ST MICHAELS YOUTH PROJECT
£2,000 SOUTHERN HOLDERNESS RESOURCE CENTRE
£2,000 SOUTHERN HOLDERNESS RESOURCE CENTRE
£2,000 SLEEPSAFE SELBY
£2,000 SKIPTON & CRAVEN ACTION FOR DISABILITY
£2,000 SETTLE PCC PANTRY (FOOD BANK)
£2,000 SECOND THOUGHTS EAST YORKSHIRE
£2,000 SCARBOROUGH WHITBY & RYEDALE MIND
£2,000 SCARBOROUGH SALVATION ARMY FOOD BANK COVID-19 RESPONSE
£2,000 RYEDALE YMCA
£2,000 RYEDALE & DISTRICT MENCAP
£2,000 RUN WITH IT
£2,000 RIPON YOUNG MENS CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION
£2,000 RICHMOND (YORKS) BOWLS CLUB
£2,000 RESTORE ( YORK ) LIMITED
£2,000 REETH COMMUNITY ORCHARD GROUP
£2,000 REETH & DISTRICT COMMUNITY TRANSPORT LTD
£2,000 RATHMELL SCHOOL TRUST
£2,000 RHM RECOVERY
£2,000 PRESTON ROAD ENTERPRISES
£2,000 PEASHOLME CHARITY
£2,000 NOT PANTS CIC (TRADING AS CREATIVE BRIEFS)
£2,000 NORTHERN HULL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT LTD
£2,000 NORTH HOLDERNESS COMMUNITY TRANSPORT
£2,000 NEXT STEPS - MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCE CENTRE
£2,000 MIND IN HARROGATE DISTRICT
£2,000 MASH
£2,000 LIVING WORD CHURCH
£2,000 KINGSTON UPON HULL JUNIOR HOCKEY CLUB
£2,000 JPC COMMUNITY FARM
£2,000 IRANIAN COMMUNITY OF HULL (ICOH)
£2,000 INGLETON RURAL COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION
£2,000 INDIVIDUAL RECIPIENT
£2,000 INDIVIDUAL RECIPIENT
£2,000 INCREDIBLE EDIBLE MARSHLAND
£2,000 I CHOOSE LIFE FOUNDATION
£2,000 HUMBERSIDE SCOUTS
£2,000 HULL SOUND CIRCLES
£2,000 HULL HOMELESS COMMUNITY PROJECT
£2,000 HULL COUNCIL OF DISABLED PEOPLE
£2,000 HULL COMMUNITY CHURCH
£2,000 HULL 4 HEROES
£2,000 HUBY PLAYING FIELDS ASSOCIATION
£2,000 HOME-START YORK
£2,000 HOLY TRINITY MICKLEGATE PCC
£2,000 GRASSINGTON HUB
£2,000 FRIENDS OF CLIFTON GREEN PRIMARY
£2,000 FIRSTLIGHT TRUST
£2,000 ENVIRONMENTAL & MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS LIMITED
£2,000 EMMANUEL PCC (ALSO KNOWN AS EMMANUEL CHURCH - C OF E)
£2,000 EGGBOROUGH METHODIST CHURCH
£2,000 EBOR VALE RIDING FOR THE DISABLED
£2,000 EBBERSTON CRICKET CLUB
£2,000 EASTRINGTON AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY
£2,000 EAST YORKSHIRE FOODBANK
£2,000 EAST YORKSHIRE COMMUNITY TRANSPORT LIMITED (EYCT)
£2,000 EAST RIDING VOLUNTARY ACTION SERVICES
£2,000 DRIFFIELD TOWN CRICKET CLUB
£2,000 DALESPLAY
£2,000 COMMUNITY FURNITURE STORE (RYEDALE)
£2,000 COASTLINE SIGHT AND HEARING COMMUNITY
£2,000 CLEVELAND MOUNTAIN RESCUE TEAM
£2,000 CATTON HERITAGE AND PRESERVATION SOCIETY
£2,000 CATZERO
£2,000 BUTTERFLIES MEMORY LOSS SUPPORT GROUP
£2,000 BOROUGHBRIDGE AND DISTRICT COMMUNITY CARE
£2,000 BARHAM AFC
£2,000 AUTISM ANGELS
£2,000 ALL SAINTS & ST ANDREW'S CHURCH, HUNTINGTON
£2,000 AGE UK SCARBOROUGH
£2,000 AGE UK NORTH CRAVEN
£2,000 AGE UK NORTH CRAVEN
£2,000 AGE UK HULL AND EAST RIDING
£2,000 ACORN SERVICES
£1,998 LONG DRAX PARISH COUNCIL
£1,998 BARREL ORGAN CIO
£1,984 HULL PARENT CARER FORUM
£1,960 MORE THAN BOOKS
£1,950 E50K
£1,950 YOUTH ASPIRE CONNECT
£1,941 YORK GREENWAYS
£1,940 REFLECT
£1,930 GIROSCOPE LIMITED
£1,920 YORK CITY KNIGHTS FOUNDATION
£1,920 DANCING FOR WELL BEING
£1,900 NORTH FERRIBY RIDING FOR THE DISABLED GROUP
£1,850 COMMUNITY COUNSELLING (NORTH YORKSHIRE) LIMITED
£1,800 SETTLE COMMUNITY RESPONSE @ SETTLE VICTORIA HALL LTD
£1,760 EMERGING VOICES
£1,760 BIRSTWITH HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY
£1,700 BEWARE OF THE BULL LTD
£1,665 MATTHEW'S HUB
£1,600 HAXBY & WIGGINTON YOUTH & COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION
£1,584 FRIENDS OF ROWNTREE PARK
£1,570 NORWOOD SOCIAL HALL COMMITTEE
£1,530 NORTH DUFFIELD AND SKIPWITH PLAYING FIELD ASSOCIATION
£1,500 PAPERWORKS
£1,500 INDEPENDENT DOMESTIC ABUSE SERVICES
£1,500 CARNABY PARISH COUNCIL
£1,500 BARMSTON PARISH COUNCIL
£1,400 MS SOCIETY HAMBLETON & RICHMONDSHIRE GROUP
£1,320 GRASSINGTON DEVONSHIRE INSTITUTE
£1,300 BIRSTWITH IN BLOOM
£1,270 EASTRINGTON PLAYING FIELDS AND RECREATION TRUST
£1,245 TADCASTER AND RURAL COMMUNITY INTEREST COMPANY
£1,200 HULL STREET ANGELS TRINITY
£1,200 COMMUNITY MATTERS YORKSHIRE
£1,015 YOUTH WITH A MISSION (YWAM) YORK
£1,000 ROTARY CLUB OF HOWDEN
£1,000 RICHMONDSHIRE CLIMATE ACTION PARTNERSHIP
£1,000 NORTH HULL COMMUNITY CENTRE
£1,000 INDIVIDUAL RECIPIENT
£1,000 INDIVIDUAL RECIPIENT
£1,000 INDIVIDUAL RECIPIENT
£1,000 HULL YOUTH SUPPORT TRUST
£1,000 HAMPSTHWAITE WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
£1,000 GILBERDYKE CRICKET CLUB
£1,000 EAST RIDING ASSOCIATION OF RURAL COMMUNITY BUILDINGS
£1,000 BEVERLEY WALKING FOOTBALL
£1,000 BENTHAM OLDER PEOPLE TOGETHER
£938 COMMUNITY INTEGRATION AND ADVOCACY CENTRE (CIAC)
£895 LET'S SING! HORNSEA
£780 FLOWERGATE OLD CHAPEL CIO
£750 INDIVIDUAL RECIPIENT
£720 DIFFERENT STROKES, YORK
£714 YORKSHIRE IN BUSINESS
£675 YORK CARES
£600 WALKER MEMORIAL HALL, ALDBROUGH ST JOHN VILLAGE HALL
£600 SUMMERBRIDGE AND DACRE SILVER BAND
£600 BRANSHOLME CHAIR EXERCISE GROUP
£500 SNAINTON PLAYING FIELD & VILLAGE HALL
£500 MASHAMSHIRE COMMUNITY OFFICE
£500 KETTLEWELL WITH STARBOTTON PARISH COUNCIL
£500 INDIVIDUAL RECIPIENT
£500 INDIVIDUAL RECIPIENT
£500 INDIVIDUAL RECIPIENT
£500 INDIVIDUAL RECIPIENT
£500 INDIVIDUAL RECIPIENT
£500 INDIVIDUAL RECIPIENT
£500 INDIVIDUAL RECIPIENT
£500 INDIVIDUAL RECIPIENT
£500 INDIVIDUAL RECIPIENT
£500 INDIVIDUAL RECIPIENT
£500 INDIVIDUAL RECIPIENT
£500 INDIVIDUAL RECIPIENT
£500 INDIVIDUAL RECIPIENT
£500 INDIVIDUAL RECIPIENT
£500 HARROGATE HOMELESS PROJECT LTD
£500 HAMPSTHWAITE WEDNESDAY GROUP
£500 GOOLE AND DISTRICT RAMBLING CLUB
£500 FEWSTON PAROCHIAL HALL
£500 FEWSTON & BLUBBERHOUSES PCC
£500 ESSENTIAL NEEDS
£500 EASTRINGTON PARISH COUNCIL
£500 CITY OF YORK COUNCIL
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