To set up and run the Duke of Edinburgh Award for sixth form students in the Academy, this will afford students opportunities for personal leadership and growth.
Hillingdon Autistic Care & Support
The Stepping Stones to Lifeskills and Employment project will support young adults with autism and / or learning disabilities to increase their personal, social and employability skills and subsequently improve their employability opportunities.
Hillingdon & Ealing CAB
BSSB (Budget, Save, Spend Better) – improving people’s money management skills, abilities and choices through informal community group training sessions
Recycle-a-Bike aims to offer training and hands on work experience to Trust residents with mental health issues increasing their job prospects and life chances.
Jack-Hi Indoor Bowls Club
To restore rinks capacity to 100%.
West Drayton Explorers and Street Soccer FC
Fixed lighting for training sessions and new portable goals for football matches and social inclusion programme.
4th Hillingdon Boys’ Brigade
Increase to grant of £2,500 for minibus for adding Trust logos
Hillingdon Somali Women’s Group
Over 2 yrs, for staffing and running costs of the organisation.
Hillingdon Play Association
Over 2 yrs, continue Austin Road play sessions for 5-12 year -olds and share good practice/develop and support further housing estate based play opportunities
Growing Grass Roots English Groups
Catholic Children’s Society Yr2
To deliver play therapy at three primary schools in West Drayton supporting vulnerable children experiencing social, emotional and behavioural difficulties.
2nd Harlington Scout Group
To refurbish the headquarters facilities to bring them up to current DDA requirements.
PCC St Matthew’s Yiewsley
Increase to previous award for an extension to the Parish centre to enable it to be a better community resource.
London Wildlife Trust – over 3 years
Discovering Cranford Park – Innovative KS1-2 education programme
DASH – over 2 years
Disability does not mean inability – Young People’s Transition Project
West London YMCA – over 2 years
An open access drop-in youth cafe with targeted intervention projects supporting vulnerable 11-25 year olds from diverse backgrounds in Hillingdon.
Heathrow Villages Community Development Project extension – to boost and reinforce community life in the Heathrow Villages.
Hillingdon Association for the Blind Yr 2
Hillingdon Association for the Blind, volunteer home visiting, IT training and employment service.
Age UK Hillingdon Yr 2
Living well with dementia.
Thames 21 Yr2
Connecting south Hillingdon communities with their waterways.
Youth Skills Development Trust – Yr2
To deliver targeted programmes of road user education activities for young people at risk of social, familial and economic exclusion.
Hillingdon Alzheimer’s Society – Yr 2
Singing for the Brain for people with dementia and their carers.
To assist in the recruitment of and to provide training materials for volunteers in the operation of the new studio’s up to date systems thus improving the quality of the station and its sustainability
To increase the skills and capacity of organisations delivering projects for young people and encourage peer support learning.
The Hillingdon Volunteer – professional communication skills to develop a news-sheet broadcasting voluntary sector and volunteering news to local people
West London YMCA
Free sport sessions for 11-14’s and 15-18’s to increase physical well-being, address social issues and raise future aspirations
4th Hillingdon Boys’ Brigade
To purchase a replacement Mini Bus to replace our existing vehicle which is beginning to create major repair and reliability concerns.
Friends of Great Barn Harmondsworth
Harmondsworth Remembers. To research, record and commemorate the men from the area who died in WW1.
Bell Farm Christian Centre
The provision of holiday clubs at Bell Farm Christian Centre, West Drayton Community Centre and Sipson Community Centre.
Contact the Elderly
The aim of our project is to sustain the Contact the Elderly group in Hillingdon for one year to ease loneliness of the members.
Cowley Bowls Club
To purchase indoor short-mat bowls equipment to give the community the opportunity to play indoor bowls all year round.
AGE UK Hillingdon
£103,647 over 3 years
To provide a 3 year Healthy Living Programme for people aged 50+ that will prevent isolation and promote independent living.
To purchase bells which are used to prevent personal theft. The idea of the bells is that people can attach then to their purses and wallets. This action reduced offences by 50% in Uxbridge Town.
Yiewsley & West Drayton Arts Council
Heritage style noticeboard outside the centre to extend a clear welcome to whole community and provide information about the burgeoning amount of community arts activities that are available.
Groundwork South – Healing Gardens
Healing Gardens helps elderly, disabled and vulnerable people to continue to maintain and enjoy their gardens, maintaining their independence.
Hillingdon Aids Response Trust
HART Development of Electronic Record and Casework System
Barra Hall Community Development Committee
Promotion of positive use of our local park and strengthening community coheshion through a free programme of events and activities
Hillingdon Table Tennis Club
To engage those aged 7-25 years at Botwell Sports Centre outdoor table tennis area.
Catalyst Housing Older Tenants’ Forum
To provide a programme of Strength and balance exercise. Better Living …..better life at Mabel Evetts Court Sheltered Unit
All-school environmental education at Minet Country Park
QPR in the Community Trust
£92,608 over 3 years
QPR Health Stars project developed with the NHS teaches children and their families key health messages and practical lifestyle improvements.
Bell Farm Christian Centre
The provision of a building extension so as to provide an additional meeting room, office space and interview rooms.
Life Education Centre Hillingdon
£ 24,000 over 3 years
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
£55,000 over 2 years
To embed and grow our community hub café and provide wrap around services responsive to the needs of our community
AGE UK Hillingdon Year3
To link children with older people in a mutually beneficial and enjoyable way. Students to teach housebound older people computer skills in the safety of their own home and provide IT support to older people.
Hillingdon Autistic Care & Support (increase)
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.
To install solar panels on our clubhouse roof that will generate power so we can save on our utility bills and use the funds we save to provide better facilities, opportunities, coaching and equipment for the children
Charities Evaluation Service
To provide training for voluntary and community sector organisations on demonstrating outcomes.
Inclusive Zumba and Exercise Class
£ 42,315 over 2 years
A music based community arts programme supporting talented young people who would otherwise fail to recognise their potential
Hillingdon Law Centre –
£ 78,000 over 2 years
To provide immigration status advice and casework and integration help for migrants, asylum seekers and undocumented residents.
£ 80,628 over 3 years
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
STEM programme based at Brunel University showcasing university life and demonstrating the many applications of STEM in the modern world.
Community Cancer Care
Provide volunteers with training to support carers and also learn the basics to protect themselves.
Austin Sewing Club
To bring the community together by providing an opportunity to enhance people’s sewing skills and form new friendships.
Community Cancer Care
Provide exercise classes & yoga classes in small groups and personal one to one session groups enhancing individuals well-being and interaction.
Brunelympians’ – a community sport event aimed at introducing children to a wide array of activities and sports for able body and disabled people.
£ 60,000 over 3 years
Emotional resilience and well-being has been highlighted as an area of need and it is essential to enhance and nurture this in our students. This will be done through progressive outdoor activities that are designed to build resilience and self-confidence
Cranford Good Neighbours
To promote community development, particularly the elderly and volunteering. Support the vulnerable, isolated, frail local residents. Enhance / prolong independent living.
Drumunity: a drumming project for people with dementia. The funds are for the drumming sessions, training of staff, drums and volunteer expenses.
Hillingdon & Ealing CAB Year2
MoneySmarter to help residents respond, re-budget and make major decisions as the welfare reforms bite into strained incomes.