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Grants We Have Awarded

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Grid Arts

December 2018 | Awarded: £1470

To fund an interactive sound and lightscape installation at MK Museum called ‘Border-Zone: Dreams, Memories and Realities’ that represents the space between, how people blend and combine perceptions in everyday lives.

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Stoke Goldington Playground

December 2018 | Awarded: £1500

To fund the improvement of the village playground in Stoke Goldington, The play areas will be updated and revitalised so the playground can be enjoyed again.

Milton Keynes Islamic Art Heritage and Culture Organisation

December 2018 | Awarded: £4695

To fund ‘Cushions and Engagement’ a craft project that will help local refugee women from the Fishermead and Bletchley Area who have experienced isolation. The course will focus on developing life skills and creativity amongst the beneficiaries.

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December 2018 | Awarded: £3438

To fund a SEND (Special Educational Needs and Disabilities) event in March 2019, which will create a safe place for young people and their families to explore employment options and opportunities.

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Big Shop Friday

December 2018 | Awarded: £1500

To fund ‘WALL’, a 12 month residency project for artists to install a piece of artwork on a wall at Blackened Sun Brewing Company to expand their portfolios. This offers the artists a chance to have their work showcased in the public domain.

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MK Gallery

December 2018 | Awarded: £4632

To fund ‘The Work Life Project’; a series of workshops & talks for young women within Milton Keynes to help them discover how their skills can contribute to the creative industry. The project will particularly look to work with BAME young women and women from disadvantaged backgrounds.

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MK Pre-School Learning Alliance

December 2018 | Awarded: £1500

To fund the Little Cherubs Make and Do Play sessions in the Stony Stratford area, the sessions allow families to meet within a safe environment to make friends and socialise and to promote early year’s education.

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Duncombe Street Community House Limited

December 2018 | Awarded: £3840

To fund weekly tuition classes for young children in the Bletchley area to help improve their English and Maths skills; focusing on ethnic minority groups in need of extra support with their studies.

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iDID Adventure

November 2018 | Awarded: £1,500

To fund a six week trial course of snowboarding at the Snozone in Milton Keynes for young people aged 12 and over, with additional needs from within Milton Keynes.

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Fullers Slade Residents Association (FSRA)

November 2018 | Awarded: £200

To fund a residents Christmas party for those in the Fullers Slade area, to bring the community together.

Milton Keynes Irish Welfare Support Group

November 2018 | Awarded: £1,074

To fund an outing to Wicksteed Park for the Christmas Show, a lunch and an afternoon tea for group members in Bletchley and surrounding areas. This Christmas outing provides an opportunity for the members to celebrate with their friends.

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Jo's Hope

November 2018 | Awarded: £1,314

To fund specialised yoga classes to help those who are recovering from and undergoing cancer treatment. The classes are intended to help participants manage their treatment side effects and to help build up their strength.

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