Stoke on Trent
Approach wanted to provide a day group, one day a week, for a maximum of twelve men who have been identified as being in the early stages of Dementia and who wish to participate in practical activities associated with shed/working environments. By receiving funding from the Bishop Stamer Fund they were able to provide gardening, joinery […]
Ayudante CIC received £2,820 through the People Power Fund. They wanted to create a bicycle recycling maintenance project to work with troubled young people by providing them with the opportunity to gain qualifications, skills and confidence so that they can get back into learning or training. The funding they received enabled them to work with […]
Fegg Hayes Residents Association supply advice and help to local residents as most do not have access to a phone or computer. They received £2,727.00 through the People Power Fund to help keep the office open and empowered local people to develop their skills through volunteering. Residents can now still call in at any time and […]
The LGBT Network received over £30,000 to pay for event staging and to set up a website and helpline.
The Hollybush Centre received over £20,000 to help to set up a creche, cover staff costs and run a project to promote employment in Blurton
FSC used their grant of £11,000 to set up a photography project and buy new equipment.
The DJ School Association received over £10,000 to set up an IT suite and run employment related projects.
The Hope Centre received £25,000 to update their IT suite and to extend their provision of job search facilities, CV/letter writing classes and money management courses.
St John’s Centre, Trent Vale used their grant to set up a training facility to allow volunteers access to the equipment that they require to complete their chosen NVQs. The equipment is also used to allow members of the community to undertake voluntary work for the St John’s Centre and other community based projects in […]
North Staffs Mining History Group used their grant to pay for the printing of copies of their book to donate to Staffordshire libraries.
Relate North Staffordshire received over £12,000 to increase their provision during the recession.