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Grants awarded May 2017

Just Enough UK

£6,720

Educate approximately 2000 children on modern day slavery and radicalisation, teaching them key skills to  making a difference in their own lives and the lives of others.

West London YMCA

£5,122

Football sessions for young people (16-25) in Hayes

Bell Farm Christian Centre

£2,675

The provision of a holiday club for children aged 5 - 11 years, in West Drayton, during the summer holidays.

Canal and River Trust

£16,600 over 2 years

To deliver the Hayes Canal FestivalLondon Play £9,900

London Play

£9,900

Play project on estates in Southern Hillingdon

Hillingdon Carers Year 3

£27,693

Young Carers Plus - A service for children, young people and their extended families whose lives are affected by caring for someone with mental health needs and/or alcohol and substance misuse

Hillingdon Asian Women's Group Year 2

£6,000

Women's personal development and empowering women in the local communities.

Life Education Centre Year 3

£8,000

Subsidising visits to Primary Schools in all HCT's 6 wards, bringing exciting and fun lessons helping them make positive and healthy life style choices

Bell Farm Christian Centre Year 2  

£49,472

Doorway, Advice Information and Care Service including outreach sessions in Yiewsley.
 

 

Grants awarded July 2017

 

The Golf Trust

£7,460

 
The delivery of specialist, inclusive golf sessions in South Hillingdon


Cherry Lane Primary School

£7,500

Active children grow to be healthy adults, grant to support our trim trail and let local kids keep fit and have fun.

 Seasons for Growth Grief Education

£7,500

To provide a fund for schools to be able to have staff trained to facilitate the programme in their schools, to be able to purchase resources or to fund a Seasons for Growth Companion to deliver the programme in their school.
 

Harlington Locomotive Society

£850

The refurbishment of the clubs’ chairs to make them more comfortable for our members as well as our visitors on our running days.
 

Catholic Children's Society

£34,671 over 2 years

Delivering early intervention therapy at four primary schools in south Hillingdon, supporting vulnerable children with social, emotional and behavioural difficulties
 

Children's Writers and Illustrators for Stories and Literacy

£16,420 over 2 years

Shout West! 2017 and 2018 - Festival of creative writing and illustration for young people.
 

Hillingdon Autistic Care and Support

£76,998 over 2 years

An early intervention service for parents and professionals supporting individuals with autism. To provide information, advice, guidance and training in order to improve quality of life and achieve positive outcomes.

Drumunity

£28,500 Year 2

A community music project for elderly, disabled and people with mental health issues.
 

 Hillingdon Refugee Support Organisation

£20,505 Year 3

BHUMP UP (Befriending Hillingdon Unaccompanied Minors Project-Uniting People) Offering broad range of educational and recreational activities aiding integration
 

Hillingdon Autistic Care and Support

£42,183 Year 3

An early intervention service for parents and professionals supporting individuals with autism, providing advice and training to improve early identification and subsequently improve education, health and social outcomes.

Friends of St Mary's Church Harmondsworth

£ 4,000

The repair of the bells of St Peter and St Paul’s Church Harlington


Friends of The Great Barn Harmondsworth

£7,500

To purchase a modular stage that can be used by the Friends in the barn.


Healthwatch Hillingdon

£2,605

Healthwatch Hillingdon will work with Barnhill High School to deliver a pilot, peer-to-peer ‘Mental Health and Wellbeing’ project.


Austin Sewing Club

£4,000

Bringing the Community together, old and young.


Austin Sewing Club

£250

Annual small grant award for outstanding project contributing to health and well-being.


Sandgate Boys and Girls FC

£500


Annual small grant award for outstanding project contributing to health and well-being.


STEM in the Community

£18,000

Run hands on practical STEM activities in Schools and Community Groups within the HCT catchment area.


Hillingdon CAB Year 2

£26,507

Potentiality Plus will enable us to provide an enhanced advice service to residents, especially those with vulnerabilities, disabilities and ill-health.


QPR in the Community Trust Year 3

£31,306

QPR Health Stars project developed with the NHS teaches children and their families’ key health messages and practical lifestyle improvements.


DASH Year 2

£26,000


Specialist disability advice and advocacy in the Hillingdon Community Trust 6 wards 

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