2020/19 Small Grants
We gave grants of up to £3,000 to the following organisations for intergenerational projects:
- Anstee Bridge
The 'Ansty Pantry' involves young disadvantaged people creating and serving dishes to wider Kingston; engaging them in social activities and conversations with the public.
- Doxa Deo Community Church
A Duke of Edinburgh Award project for young people to spend up to 12 weeks volunteering and learning about poverty issues locally through the Foodbank.
A course for parents and grandparents on how to manage sensory issues in children with disabilities.
- Milaap Multicultural Centre
A lifelong learning project for children and elders who have skills to teach and to learn from each other about diversity, prejudice, different foods and games.
- Refugee Action Kingston
An IT project for younger refugees to deliver IT sessions to older people to help them develop new digital skills.
- Richmond and Kingston ME Group
A survey to collect information from members of the organisation of all ages with ME to better understand their circumstances and the support they need to live and deal with the illness.
- Yorda Adventures
An outdoor play project for disabled children, their parents & grandparents to share parenting strategies and supporting one another as they learn about the outdoors and independence skills.