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Grants We Have Awarded

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Jack Leahy

May 2018 | Awarded: £2000

£2,000 bursary awarded to Jacky Leahy, a 15 year old Gymnast Tumbler. He hopes to use the bursary to help pay for training fees, competitions and accommodation travel expenses.

Cook@Chapel

May 2018 | Awarded: £625

To fund food hygiene training for 15 young volunteers to improve their employability with improved life skills and to enable 5 volunteers to continue their work with new up to date certificates for food hygiene.

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Aspects Trust

April 2018 | Awarded: £3105

To fund a food hygiene course, staff and cooking equipment for people with learning difficulties to learn cooking skills. This will enable them to live more independently and help to prevent social isolation.

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Broughton Cycling Group

April 2018 | Awarded: £1500

To fund a family fun day to support this year’s cycling sportive event to help bring together local communities to support the group and allow the opportunity to engage with other local groups.

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The Play's the Thing Theatre Company

April 2018 | Awarded: £5000

To fund the creation of a piece of theatre to mark 100 years since the first women got the vote. The project will deliver inclusive theatre projects and exhibitions; highlighting the journey for the rights of women in British Society.

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The Brooklands Centre

April 2018 | Awarded: £5000

To fund the purchase of a new vehicle that will be used to enable elderly people within Newport Pagnell to attend various sessions at the Brooklands centre. The centre provides a variety of different activities for elderly people, where they can socialise and form friendships.

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Old Bath House & Community Centre

April 2018 | Awarded: £5000

To fund a project coordinator for the MK Community Fridge to be able to handle the increasing load of donations and to help to decrease food waste. In the first six months the fridge diverted more than 6.5 tonnes of food to the people of Milton Keynes.

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Global Outreach Foundation

April 2018 | Awarded: £5000

To fund the pitch hire, equipment and first aid training so young people in and around the MK9 area can play football together and reduce conflict; offering a chance for the young people to socialise and get to know each other.

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Truby's Garden Tea Room

April 2018 | Awarded: £1843

To fund an Iftaar evening, held in Campbell Park following on from the success of the last one. The funding will go towards essential supplies and equipment for the evening.

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Community Action:MK

April 2018 | Awarded: £4994

To fund a research project that will enable them to understand the volunteering opportunities to those with disabilities and how to better facilitate the opportunities offered.

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Carers MK

April 2018 | Awarded: £480

To fund 6 sewing machines for educational sewing classes that will take place throughout the year for unpaid family carers to learn some new skills and increase their social inclusion.

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The Stables (Wavendon Allmusic Plan)

April 2018 | Awarded: £24000

To fund part of the IF (Milton Keynes International Festival). The festival brings together a wide variety of performance and arts performances celebrating this year’s theme of #Circus250 – marking 250 years of the circus in the UK.

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