tackling health inequalities in The East Riding and North Lincolnshire
Inspire Communities
Inspire Communities,
Hull
Money raised through the Health Lottery
The Health Lottery scheme manages 51 Society Lotteries that operate in rotation and each represents a different geographical region of Great Britain.

Projects funded using money raised by healthWin

Total amount distributed to charities to date is: £1,419,971

ACTIVE COMMUNITIES

Active Communities is a funding programme which invests in local people and groups in communities with great ideas to make their communities even better.

Organisation nameTown/CityAmountPurpose
CLIMB4 Limited Grimsby £44,728 This new two-year project aims to create a network group for young people aged 16-26 experiencing mental health issues in Grimsby. Sessions will include peer support, therapeutic expressive arts, training and research workshops and a mental health awareness showcase, to share the project with the wider community. Set up and run by ten of the young people themselves, the project responds to a lack of user-led peer support opportunities in the area. 
Grimsby & District Live at Home Scheme Cleethorpes £30,494 This new one-year project aims to deliver a minibus service to transport older people from an area in the outskirts of Cleethorpes to two existing social clubs per week in the centre of town, where they will join the members who already attend activities. Social activities will include fish and chip lunches, afternoon teas, and buffets, and the project will add value to existing activities by funding occasional speakers, musicians and theatre companies. 
Green Futures Greater Grimsby Limited Grimsby £23,211 This new two-year project builds on previous similar activities and will deliver a gardening after school club for children living in Nunsthorpe. The group will also develop an 'it's your neighbourhood’ plan with participants to make the area they live look nicer. Children and families will be able to enjoy gardening related fun, outdoor activities, meeting regularly to make friends locally. The project builds on the identified wishes of local children to build a nature garden at their school and will enable them to take part in activities such as pond dipping, den building, exploring, planting and building bug hotels.
Roots Project Bridlington £19,759 This new two year project will train local people as volunteers so they can help to run weekly community activities. The activities will involve a weekly photography group and a weekly volunteering group that will carry out projects to improve the local area in the centre of Bridlington. 
The Hinge Centre Limited  Bridlington £25,430 This new two-year project aims to deliver a range of activities addressing the needs of residents on the Havenfield Estate in Bridlington, East Riding. A group of ten local people who meet weekly at the Hinge Centre on the estate will form a management group to plan and organise regular activities, which will initially include cooking, arts and crafts and developing a food bank. The management group will grow to around 20 people and activities will change regularly according to people’s wishes. The project aims to encourage more people on this estate to get involved in community activities, get to know their neighbours better and make new friends.
ST-ART Barton-upon-Humber £27,200 This two-year existing project will continue a weekly art club for young people in Barton-upon-Humber. The club provides two sessions for different age groups, delivered by a professional artist and with the opportunity to receive accredited learning through the Arts Award. Young attendees benefit from advanced and new skills, increased confidence and benefits associated with formal qualifications as well as the opportunity to meet other local young people on a regular basis, contributing to the development of stronger social links and ties. Young people develop and shape the project, deciding what activities they will take part in.
East Hull Community Farm Hull £21,421 This new 22-month project will work 110 people and create a group of volunteers made up of local residents; these volunteers will build and tend a farm garden. The activities will involve growing fruit and vegetables, running garden/ food workshops, and using an outdoor kitchen to hold community meals. The project will be based in Hull at the East Hull Community Farm. It will address the issues of social and emotional isolation and general community and neighbourhood work.
Bodmin Road Church  Bransholme £42,000 This is a two-year continuation of an existing project, which was funded by the Trust in January 2014. It will offer a Community Café and Softplay Centre in the church's local building; the only community focal point in Bransholme, where people will come for company, food, help and advice, debt counselling, toddler groups and parenting support, or just to enjoy a vibrant and friendly atmosphere. 
Friends of Constable Street Field Kingston Upon Hull £18,445 This new two-year project aims to convert a piece of land previously used by local Council contractors in Kingston Upon Hull into a community allotment to complement activities already taking place on the field. These activities have arisen from a local consultation process and will allow residents to grow their own food, promote healthy eating and exercise, and also to address the problems of loneliness and isolation and mental ill-health.
Roots Project CIC East Riding £19,759 This new two-year project will train local people as volunteers so they can help to run weekly community activities. The activities will involve a weekly photography group and a weekly volunteering group that will carry out projects to improve the local area in the centre of Bridlington. 
Special Stars Foundation Hull £19,025 This two-year project will extend provision of fortnightly sensory play sessions for 300 children and young people with disabilities and their families so that they are delivered weekly. The project will take place in the Victoria Dock Community Centre in the Hedon area of Hull which includes a large multipurpose hall with a soft play area, a safe area for non-walkers, arts and crafts, a sensory toy table, a parent/carer lending library, information stand, play kitchen and exploratory toys.
Westcliff Drop-In Centre Scunthorpe £29,469 This new two-year project will employ a Volunteer Coordinator to promote, encourage and support 60 local people to volunteer and become involved in weekly local community-based activities. Participants will be offered a range of learning, training and development opportunities based at the new community hub that has been recently built on the Westcliff estate in Scunthorpe. Volunteers will be supported by the coordinator to identify, plan and deliver activity sessions. 
Jubilee Church Hull Hull £23,675 This new one-year project aims to deliver learning opportunities for homeless people in Hull city centre.
Communities Advice Centre Scunthorpe £50,000 This new two-year project will be a club for Eastern European parents, particularly mothers, who do not work. It will provide them with a place where they can meet, learn new things and develop personal skills whilst their children will be looked after and be able to learn English, maths and dance. The project is in response to a lack of places that mothers can go to because of the costs of childcare.
Courts Community Association Orchard Park, Hull £50,000 This one year project is an existing initiative and aims to replace current funding which ends in March 2015. The project involves the running of youth clubs five days a week along with football teams in the Courts area of Orchard Park in Hull. The youth club has been successful in reducing tensions between local young people and encouraging them to play sports.
Endike Community Care Endike, Hull £12,826 This new two-year project is targeted towards over 55s in Hull with memory impairment as a result of dementia who attend a day centre. It aims to enable them to re-engage with their past and encourage a sense of belonging and acceptance in society in spite of their condition. Pictures, sounds, smells and places will be used to ‘jog’ participants’ memories. There will be visits to local museums and galleries. 
West Hull Community Radio Limited Hull £39,936 This new nine-month project will develop an oral history project for broadcast on community radio. The project aims to address the problem of loneliness and isolation on the Great Thornton Street Estate, one of the most deprived areas in Hull, bringing together younger and older generations from different cultural backgrounds as volunteers, exploring the heritage of the area past and present. 
Shores Homecare Limited Shores £15,100 This new one-year project aims to provide a safe, friendly and accessible environment for older people to come together in the Shores Community Centre in East Yorkshire to enjoy refreshments, chat, take part in table games, access the internet and form friendships. It is in response to a large number of elderly people in the local community with the local authority struggling to meet their needs. 
Voluntary and Community Sector Learning Consortium Limited (t/a Volcom) Bransholme East £28,816 This new two-year project will provide a programme of community activities and events which encourage residents from Bransholme East ward to engage in new and different experiences. Activities will be intergenerational with the aim of supporting healthier lifestyles, countering social isolation and low self-confidence, and helping people learn new skills. Beneficiaries are likely to be unemployed or employed on low wages and those with long-term illness or disabilities. 
The Echoes Foundation  Hull £41,631 This 2-year project is to address physical, sensory and learning disabilities, and social or emotional isolation. The organisation seeks to expand its opening hours and days including more access to hydrotherapy pools and the sensory room, upgrade its facilities, and set up two new activities – a toy library and 'youth provision'.
Grimsby & District Live at Home Scheme Grimsby £14,974 To transform a local social club into a community-based club for older residents in the Hainton/Heneage area of Grimsby. It will introduce activities for older people, young mothers and work with local schools to strengthen community links bringing generations together and improving relationships between them.
Artlandish Ltd Grimsby £9,439 This project aims to strengthen the community on the Willows Estate, create an art record of the Willows history, and build the self-belief and self-worth of participants. It consists of activities, a community festival, an art trail and a digital showcase finale.
Hessle Road Network West Hull £37,017 To give young people aged 9-21 from West Hull the opportunity to create community and enterprise projects. Through the scheme, young people will be able to improve social and work skills, develop communication skills, work towards nationally recognised qualifications, and get increased levels of confidence and improve written work and English skills.
Hull FC Rugby Community Sports & Education Foundation Hull £46,820 To create three new sports and social groups that will bring people together from the Thornton estate in Hull and will address issues of general community and neighbourhood work, unemployment, low educational attainment or at risk of poor educational attainment.
West Hill Community Services Bridlington £49,430 To support a range of existing groups and initiatives as well as launch some new schemes targeting the residents of West Hill Estate.
No Limit   £49,360 To provide young people (14-25) with innovative music/arts/technology based activities and programmes that will engage those who are hard to reach and/or disadvantaged, getting them involved, having fun, learning new skills and opening up new opportunities
One Voice (Immingham District)  Immingham £16,771 This new two-year project aims to deliver weekly rock school workshops during term time for children aged 8-12 and 12+ from Immingham, Lincolnshire, providing equipment and qualified musicians to develop their skills and abilities.
Favour Foundation Grimsby £33,748 New activities for adults will be added to the current programme, particularly a 'Skillsbuilder' drop-in project which will help people with their reading and writing.
Bodmin Road Church Bransholme £50,000 To run a programme which includes a community café, toddler group, knit and natter sessions, debit clinic and one to one support to local people.
Lonsdale Community Centre Hull £18,667 This project builds on existing work and aims to deliver a creative programme of weekly activities and courses for older residents of Newington ward of Hull.
Rock Foundation UK Ltd Grimsby £17,780 To provide a social skills programme for learning disabled adults living in the East Marsh area of Grimsby who are moving out of their family homes
St Stephens Neighbourhood Centre Hull £7,901 To address isolation and low educational attainment (or risk of) by involving local people in art and regeneration activity.
Bransholme Community Arts Enterprise Ltd Bransholme £24,663 Help employ a part-time Community Activator for 18 months to engage with local people in the community and to establish The Space for Sport & Arts as a community hub and deliver weekly activities.

HEALTHY PLACES, HEALTHY PEOPLE  YEAR 2 and 3
Larger good causes partners who can have the greatest and most immediate impact. These initiatives are not supported by NHS funding.

Organisation nameTown/CityAmountPurpose
Scope   £38,227 Maintain a Face 2 Face service to support parents' of children, newly diagnosed with a disability, come to terms with the situation and build stronger networks and circles of support
Youth Sport Trust   £37,500 The project will work with schools and colleges to build confidence, support learning and improve the quality of life of young people under the age of 19.
Scope   £44,190 Scope's Face 2 Face project supports parents of disabled children at the time of diagnosis, including the pre-diagnosis stage, by providing empathetic, non-judgemental and practical support delivered by professionally trained volunteer parent befrienders, themselves parents of disabled children.
The Conservation Volunteers   £56,565 Offer outdoor physical activity and participation in community-based environmental projects as part of an active group taking part in outdoor tasks
Youth Sport Trust   £42,467 Support sports in schools and ensure health education is embedded into club activities and act as a catalyst to promote the wider health agenda in schools.

LOCAL PEOPLE
The Local People programme takes a neighbourhood approach, engages local people and empowers them to address wider issues in their communities and neighbourhoods through collective action.

Organisation nameTown/CityAmountPurpose
Youth Sport Trust   £149,700  

HEALTHY COMMUNITIES
Set up to address smaller and individual health and wellbeing issues that affect communities within our region, where getting the detail right really matters.

Organisation nameTown/CityAmountPurpose
Acorns Dreamscheme Scunthorpe £6,997 Enable them to utilise and develop an allotment site within the Westcliff estate in Scunthorpe. The project will support young people, parents and other community members to develop the site and grow their own fruit and vegetables.
Cruse Bereavement South Humber South Humber £5,000 Support 300 people who are bereaved, provide face to face support to approximately 150 of these and provide training and support to 40 Cruse volunteers.
Grasp the Nettle   £9,670 Create an intergenerational community garden/ allotment and the project aims to empower people to adopt a healthier lifestyle through life coaching, horticultural, healthy eating and fitness training.
Inspire Communities Ltd Hull £9,869 To engage ten volunteer adults suffering physical and mental health issues and learning difficulties. They will help local people who also have health issues with gardening, shopping and tidying and raise awareness of local facilities, services and charities to increase participation in healthy activity and interaction.

HEALTHY PLACES, HEALTHY PEOPLE - YEAR 1
Larger good causes partners who can have the greatest and most immediate impact. These initiatives are not supported by NHS funding.

Organisation nameTown/CityAmountPurpose
Alzheimer's Society   £20,611 Provide a full-time dementia support worker who will assess the needs of people affected by dementia and help them maintain their independence and sense of well-being.
Youth Sport Trust   £43,750 Support sports in schools and ensure health education is embedded into club activities and act as a catalyst to promote the wider health agenda in schools.

 

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