Grants up to £3,000 are recorded in General Grants Programme.
Northampton Bangladeshi Association – £2,955 from the #iwill fund
The funding will provide up to 50 young people aged 13-18 with opportunities to participate in photography programmes and workshops.
Writing East Midlands CIC - £5,000
The funding will enable the group to run two regular creative writing workshops for 9-16 year olds at Wellingborough Library and Kingswood Community Centre, Corby.
C2C Social Action - £4, 969
The funding will enable the group to run their Hype+ project for young people who show an interest in developing their skills and want to learn about food safety and catering & hospitality.
Community Court Yard - £4,500
The group will use their grant to fund their ‘I hear you’ project providing an opportunity for young people to have a voice and to share their story about what it means to be one of the 8,400 young people who live in poverty in Northampton.
Fermynwoods Arts - £5,000
The grant will enable the group to deliver the Greenpower Formula 24 challenge, involving young people working with artists and engineering professionals to design, build and race sustainable energy powered cars against an international field, held annually at Rockingham Speedway, Corby.
Picture the Difference CIC - £4,898
The grant will be used to produce two professional films exploring the issues around mental health.
Q Space - £5,000
The group will use their funding to develop a support group which provides opportunities for LGBTQ young people to campaign on subjects close to their hearts.
Queen’s Cross Connect - £5,000
The grant will fund the group’s WHEW! (Women helping to empower women) project, a youth-led community initiative to link with Northampton High School's 140th Anniversary.
Springs Family Centre - £5,000
The grant will be used to recruit a trained football coach and a recording studio technician. Young people will be trained and supported to arrange and run a five a side tournament and a live performance concert.
Youth Works Corby and Kettering Community Interest Company - £4,507
The fund will enable the group to run an after-school ‘rebike drop-in project’ where young people will be trained in bike maintenance, including the importance of health and safety and safe use of tools.
Bellinge Community House - £5,000
The Centre will use their funding to develop a weekly Bellinge Community Youth Group.
Free 2 Talk CIC- £4,680
The grant will be used to develop their Young Once project supporting young people to develop their personal, social and leadership skills.
The Lowdown - £5,000
The group will use their funding to put on a LGBTQ enrichment programme.