Now it’s over to you – which shortlisted projects do you think deserve the support? Your vote can make a real difference to the local community.
We are building a club house for Saints Boardriders Surf Club on Porthmeor Beach Car Park, St Ives. We are also building new public toilets for residents and holiday makers. Our Surf club has around 200 members. We meet every Saturday in the Summer and teach children age 4 to 16 to surf.
It has been a long term goal for North Walsham Gymnastics Club to move from the hall shared with the high school to a purpose built facility to meet local demand. The location has been found and work started,the funding would be used to complete the changing rooms, kitchen, viewing area and office.
As part of their award winning design- RHS Overall North East Winners of the Green Plan-it design 2016- the Forest Folk would like to bring their design brief to life and need funding for zone 4 the drama area- staging, concrete base, timbers and roofing, sleepers, digger for preparing the ground.
To convert a former caretaker’s house in Pangbourne into an independent living skills centre where the pupils can learn vital day to day skills such as cooking and cleaning as well as vocational skills such as gardening, online selling and catering
Clean Break uses theatre to transform the lives of women offenders and women at risk of offending. We need your help to undertake vital refurbishment of our London studios, enabling us to deliver life changing education programmes for vulnerable women, and to reach out to and engage our community.
We want to develop an outdoor work space for the children and young people we work with. We use art, play, drama and talking therapies to help children affected by bereavement, abuse and mental health issues, but we no longer have enough space in our office for the 3900 individuals we see each year.
The Yorkshire Waterways Museum which is home to a unique charity delivering services to people suffering disadvantage urgently needs refurbishment to its exterior to remain fit for purpose. The building is a vital community hub supporting people with disabilities, excluded young people, and illness.
Nottingham Bikeworks is seeking support to refurbish an adjacent empty building to provide a fit-for-purpose educational and training space for children and young adults who are struggling with their education or are not in employment, education or training.