Funding Awarded 2019-20

Decision Number  Organisation Amount Awarded Locality Purpose Reasons Awarded Conditions Attached
PCCG-2019-073 Duffryn Community Link £25,058.82 Newport This project was initially funded in 2018/19 (decision number PCCG-2019-051) and has in principle been awarded year two funding subject to satisfactory reporting. Funding Criteria Met Outcomes monitoring report required within 12 months
PCCG-2019-073 Creazione in the Community £20,900 Caerphilly

This project was initially funded in 2018/19 (decision number PCCG-2019-051) and has in principle been awarded year two funding subject to satisfactory reporting.

 

Funding Criteria Met Outcomes monitoring report required within 12 months
PCCG-2019-073 The Gap Wales £15,000 Newport To deliver the Sanctuary project from 1st January 2020 to 31st December 2020, working with young asylum seekers and refugees, providing them with relational, holistic support, advice and social activities. Funding Criteria Met Outcomes monitoring report required within 12 months
PCCG-2019-073 Alway Amateur Boxing Club £20,000 Newport To deliver the Stop Stabbing Start Jabbing project on Tuesdays and Thursdays 5pm – 7pm and Saturdays 10am – 2pm, from the 1st January 2020 to 31st December 2020.   This project will provide boxing / mentoring programmes to those people at risk of entering the criminal justice system or who have been young victims of crime. Funding Criteria Met Outcomes monitoring report required within 12 months
PCCG-2019-073 Cwmbran Centre for Young People (CCYP) £40,314.72 Cwmbran Towards the delivery of the Open Access Drop in Project from 1st January 2020 to 31st December 2020.  This will include provision of a drop in facility five nights a week within a safe environment, that provides tailor made services, activities and support, with counsellors and mentors available to young people attending. Funding Criteria Met Outcomes monitoring report required within 12 months
PCCG-2019-073 Cymru Creations £25,000 Blaenau Gwent  To deliver the Blaenau Gwent Film Academy project from 1st January 2020 to 31st December 2020, which will include the opportunity for young people to create a series of short films focusing on current issues and concerns.  Funding Criteria Met Outcomes monitoring report required within 12 months
PCCG-2019-073 County in the Community £11,807.50 Newport Towards the Premier League Kicks project in Ringland, running from 1st November 2019 to 31st October 2020.   Weekly sessions will be provided on a Thursday outside of school hours.  Learning opportunities will also be provided to improve young people’s development and wellbeing. Funding Criteria Met Outcomes monitoring report required within 12 months
PCCG-2019-051 Bryn Farm & Coed Cae Interact Youth Groups £40,151 Blaenau Gwent

Towards an intergenerational project that will address relationships between young and old.  It will address personal growth of individuals, isolation and associated mental health issues, educational developments and social interaction.   The programme of activity will include leadership opportunities for young people to be engaged in out of school activities and create commitment to personal development. 

Funding criteria met Outcomes monitoring report required within 12 months
PCCG-2019-051 National Youth Advocacy Service £49,909 Blaenau Gwent

Towards a project that engages with children and young people who are in danger of entering the criminal justice system, or are at risk of or becoming victims or crime and anti-social behaviour.  The project will help break down barriers to engagement with various services (e.g. education and community-based organisations) as well as build positive working relationships, raise aspirations and build confidence. The project will use advocacy and a rights-based approach to ensure that young people’s voices are heard and their views valued. Bespoke services will also be provided to support young people on a one-one basis, to help them with their issues and referral to other services. 

Funding criteria met Outcomes monitoring report required within 12 months
PCCG-2019-051 Urban Circle Productions £50,000

Newport

Towards Phase 2 of the U Turn project which received funding for Phase 1 in 2018/19.  The project will use different forms of creative arts to tackle multiple social problems affecting vulnerable young people.  The project will work with partners to plan and organise various events (e.g. Halloween) and workshops, receiving referrals when appropriate.   The project will provide training on life skills and offer the opportunity to gain qualifications in various aspects (e.g. First Aid, Safeguarding and Youth Work). Funding criteria met Outcomes monitoring report required within 12 months
  Total £298,141.04