Grant maker

Trafford Housing Trust Social Investment

(Registered Charity No: GB-COH-04831118)
Charity Commission for England and Wales
Grants made

Over the last five years they've made 20 significant donations totalling £596,160

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When Amount Grantee To be used for
28/02/2019 £59,349 THE TOY HOUSE Over the last 18 months we have identified an increased demand in the need to offer work experience to volunteers who have additional and/or complex needs. We have been approached by a parent, colleges, an autistic charity and The Department of Work and Pensions who are very keen for us to help with giving volunteering opportunities to disabled adults and disabled young people about to leave college.
31/10/2018 £100,000 TIMPERLEY AMATEUR BOXING CLUB The building features that are needed to take Timperley Community Boxing Club into the future: • Floor space for boxing training • The floor space to be ¼ - ¾ divided to be used as a when for possible dance / yoga sessions / community use • Sufficient space to hold boxing shows / competitions (thus drawing the community together) • Viewing area for public and parents. • Small equipped kitchenette • Male / Female / Disabled Toilets, showers and changing facilities. • Storage area • Separate Weights area • 1 large boxing ring • Larger floor space for training and other community groups to use (approx 160sqm) • 15 bags • Suitable car parking
30/09/2018 £36,236 THE LORD'S TAVERNERS Wicketz is a community cohesion programme which uses cricket as a catalyst to change the lives of 8- 16 year olds from disadvantaged backgrounds in Trafford, Gorton and Salford. Through regular cricket delivery and targeted personal development sessions, we aim to empower young people to think and behave more positively in their social, home and school lives.
30/09/2018 £44,368 G-FORCE Three years ago G-Force were commissioned to run a project in Altrincham, Sale and the surround area called 'Talentmatch'. This is a nationwide project that offered intense support to Young people (aged 18 to 24) who are long term unemployed and distant from employment. This support could last up to 18 months and aimed to get them into a job and help them keep it. This project comes to an end in November.
30/09/2018 £10,000 ISAIAH 58 TRUST We will employ a debt counselling manager to support individuals and families with a debt problem.
31/07/2018 £71,400 THE CYRIL FLINT VOLUNTEERING CHARITY New pilot service Profile raising For the next 12 months we want to trial a new project in Trafford, in effect a restructuring of our approach, focussing on one geographical area per quarter, starting with Sale and working our way around Trafford. As we currently only have two paid members of staff, we are keen to utilise their time as much as possible to make our service delivery as efficient and effective as possible.
31/07/2018 £10,000 YHA (ENGLAND AND WALES) The project will provide 125 children and their families from Trafford with the opportunity to take a 2 day YHA break. Breaks will be available to children in local Schools who cannot afford a school residential and are eligible for pupil premium. As well as local families facing challenging circumstances (e.g. poverty. unemployment, domestic violence, disability, life- limiting illness, bereavement) with a particular focus on Trafford Housing Trust's residents.
30/04/2018 £10,000 STRETFORD FOODBANK We are three community groups working together with one purpose- to serve our community when in times of need and crisis.
31/03/2018 £25,000 GOLDEN CENTRE OF OPPORTUNITIES We need support in creating Sustainability, with creative ideas. We would then gain the tools to become sustainable. Our project is the activities we run at our Centre.
31/03/2018 £100,000 PURE INSIGHT 1628 Extend Insightful Mentoring Programme into Trafford. 1:1 support to care leavers.
28/02/2017 £10,771 BROADHEATH COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION £500,000 has been made available for the building of a Community Centre in Broadheath. Planning application has been approved and the commencement of building is imminent. Broadheath Community Association will have the management responsibility for the management and upkeep of the Community Centre. The £500,000 is intended to be used for capital purposes and is a section 106 provision.
31/10/2016 £18,720 THE TOY HOUSE Support, toy hire, equipment, organised stay & plan facilities
31/10/2016 £14,588 G-FORCE Establishing a new youth club in Altrincham
31/10/2016 £13,035 THE TOY HOUSE Support, toy hire, equipment, organised stay & plan facilities
31/10/2016 £12,255 THE TOY HOUSE Support, toy hire, equipment, organised stay & plan facilities
31/05/2016 £10,054 G-FORCE To deliver 10 Summer community Fun days and 10 winter indoor activities in Oldfield Brow, Broomwood, Broadheath, the Grange and Pownall Road. Target 2000+ attendees We have delivered these activities for a number of years now and they have become a central feature of community life in these areas
30/11/2015 £10,578 HENSHAWS SOCIETY FOR BLIND PEOPLE Our vision is to provide an eye clinic liaison service at Altrincham Hospital for 2.5 days a week, offering both practical and emotional support to improve the emotional wellbeing of people who are newly diagnosed with sight loss and those who are returning to the eye clinic for on-going treatment.
31/05/2015 £14,028 G-FORCE to deliver 12 summer holiday Fundays ( that each target 100+ attendees) and 12 winter indoor activities (that each target 60+ attendees). These would be delivered in Oldfield Brow, Broomwood, Broadheath & the Grange equally. In fact they have helped us all work together, grow together & learn off each other.
31/05/2015 £11,786 THE TOY HOUSE To fund a support worker to develop services for the benefit of disabled children and their families to reduce social isolation through peer and specialist professional support. To increase integration between people of different ages and abilities and provide volunteering oppertunities to disabled adults
31/03/2014 £13,992 G-FORCE We would like to deliver 12 summer holiday Fun days; 4 each in the following areas:- Oldfield Brow, Broomwood, Broadheath & the Grange. We have done this for a number of years now and they have become a central feature of summer community life in these areas, attracting 100’s to each event . We would also like to deliver 12 winter indoor activities (4 in each area) that target 60+ attendees. We have done these for a number of years now and they are very well received and very popular. All these events attract volunteers from the communities and are also a great way to get Partners and other community groups to work together, grow together & learn off each other.
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