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Grants We Have Awarded

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Harrys Rainbow Charitable Trust

February 2019 | Awarded: £1500

To fund a trip to Gravity Trampoline Park for children and families who have experienced bereavement. The trip creates an opportunity for families to spend time together and for the children to meet others who have been through similar experiences to them.

Thames Valley Partnership

February 2019 | Awarded: £5000

To fund the ‘New Leaf Project’ that provides support and mentoring in the community for adult offenders who have been released from custody. The funding will support the mentors in receiving dedicated supervision.

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Children in Hope

February 2019 | Awarded: £200

To fund the development of the group’s website to improve connections and expand their marketing platform. Children in Hope are a charity that aim to help young people aged 8-18 years old develop their skills and provide activities to improve condition of life.

Carers MK

February 2019 | Awarded: £1019

To fund a two hour boat trip for 40 adult carers in the summer. The trip would embark from Bedford and include a Ploughmans lunch for everyone to enjoy.

MK City Volleyball Club

February 2019 | Awarded: £4934

To fund a project to raise volleyball awareness and provide an opportunity for young people aged 6-17 to get involved in playing the game.

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Arts for Health MK

February 2019 | Awarded: £4999

To fund the ‘Headstart’ transition programme for young people to improve self-confidence. The programme uses arts-based initiatives to help the people participating with their mental health.

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Riverside Parks Group

February 2019 | Awarded: £1350

To fund the free annual summer time Riverside Fair at Mill Field in Stony Stratford, which will include rides, a petting zoo and entertainment. The fair provides an opportunity for families to spend quality time with each other, and all of the attractions will be free for children.

MK Friends Club

February 2019 | Awarded: £1200

To fund an educational trip to the National Space Centre in Leicester, which will help the younger people and children on the trip to learn more about space, which in turn, will help them in school and their exams.

Trubys Garden Tea Room

February 2019 | Awarded: £4225

To fund the Great Get Together Iftaar for multi-faith and diverse backgrounds to be held in Campbell Park. The aim of the event is to bring together and unite many faith and non-faith communities in Milton Keynes, while celebrating Ramadan.

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Riverside Parks Group

February 2019 | Awarded: £172

To fund an information panel to provide information about the newly planted Nectar Garden on the Millfield in Stony Stratford.

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Children in Hope

February 2019 | Awarded: £1500

To fund a science project for 30 BAME children to go to after-school classes at the West Bletchley Community Association. The classes will look at areas including: Water usage, electronic circuits, the Moon habitat and many others.

MÓTUS

February 2019 | Awarded: £5000

To fund a 10 week festival/dance programme across Milton Keynes. ‘JOURNEYS’ engages and explores the themes of journeys and has been designed to engage people of all ages and abilities, with dance and how the concept of journeys relates to their own story.

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