Case studies

Relate Dorset and South Wiltshire

Relate Dorset and South Wiltshire has been given a grant for laptops to help staff adapt their service and to help fund low cost or free sessions.

Grant awarded: 
£5,000

Voluntary Action Swindon

Voluntary Action Swindon (VAS) has been given a grant from the Wiltshire and Swindon Coronavirus Response Fund.

Grant awarded: 
£5,000

Trowbridge Community Area Future (TCAF)

TCAF has been given a grant to cover staff costs for mentoring young people on the margins of education living in the town’s most deprived areas.

Grant awarded: 
£2,000

Age UK

Our Coronavirus Fund has helped Age UK increase a vital hot meals service for vulnerable elderly people have been left isolated by the pandemic.

Grant awarded: 
£2,750

Arts Together

Vulnerable and elderly people isolated by the pandemic are being entertained and inspired by weekly art projects through our grant programme.

Grant awarded: 
£2,500

Chippenham Food Bank

Chippenham Foodbank has been given a grant to meet the increase in demand for their services.

Grant awarded: 
£5,000

Severn Freewheelers

The Severn Freewheelers, who transport vital supplies and samples, has been given a grant to meet the increase demand for their service.

Grant awarded: 
£2,900

Cruse Bereavement Care

Cruse Bereavement has been given a grant to support the cost ofswitching its 50 volunteers to a phone service instead of face to face sessions.

Grant awarded: 
£6,180

Devizes Covid19

Devizes Covid19, a new group supporting elderly and vulnerable people, recieved a grant to fund staff time, IT suppo

Grant awarded: 
£3,000

Young Melksham

Young Melksham recieved a grant to support its youth project to educate young people about the risks of ignoring the lockdown regulations.

Grant awarded: 
£4,320

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