Sonia – everyday items and lifelong passions - Barnwood Trust

Grants to individuals

Sonia – everyday items and lifelong passions

Sonia – everyday items and lifelong passions

Support with new household items

Sonia experiences chronic pain and depression.

Recently her washing machine had broken and she was also struggling to find places to hang out clothes to dry. Read more...

 

Abi and Casey - tough bedroom furniture

Abi and Casey - tough bedroom furniture

New tough furniture

Abi Underhill applied to the Wellbeing Fund on behalf of her daughter Casey, who has a learning disability and autism. Read more...

 

Fiona Jones - Opportunities Award for jewellery making

Fiona Jones - Opportunities Award for jewellery making

Turning a hobby into a business

Fiona Jones wanted to turn her passion for jewellery making from a hobby into a business.

She applied for an Opportunities Award to buy new jewellery making tools. Read more...

 

Rich Amos – Opportunities Fund

Rich Amos – Opportunities Fund

Achieving success

When Rich Amos was nearing the top of his Boccia game at a local level he realised he needed to upgrade his equipment to compete regionally and nationally.

Rich applied to Barnwood Trust for a grant under the new Opportunities Fund. Read more...

 

Grants to organisations

Mobiloo – grant for mobile toilet

Mobiloo – grant for mobile toilet

Support to get going

Active Impact, a community interest company based at Stonehouse, needed some support to get their new mobile toilet and changing facility out and about across the county. Read more...

 

Forest Sensory Services – grant for tableware

Forest Sensory Services – grant for tableware

Help for people with sensory loss

Forest Sensory Services is a charity based in the Forest of Dean that provides help and information for those with Sensory Loss.

They applied for a grant to buy colour coordinated tableware for their centre. Read more...

 

Nailsworth Community Workshop - grant recipient

Nailsworth Community Workshop - grant recipient

Men’s Shed

Nailsworth Community Workshop is a not-for-profit company which provides affordable craft courses and facilities in the community. Read more...

 

Forest of Dean Children’s Opportunity Centre - grant recipient

Forest of Dean Children’s Opportunity Centre - grant recipient

Enabling children to be children

The Forest of Dean Children’s Opportunity Centre provides help and support to families in the Forest of Dean area who have a child under seven with a disability or special need. Read more...

 

Small Sparks

Roots Craft Group - grant for equipment

Roots Craft Group - grant for equipment

Help to start a new group

The Roots Craft Club applied for a Small Sparks Grant to help them buy equipment for a new craft group. Read more...

 

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The people and organisations whose stories appear on this website are just a small selection of those who have benefited from the Trust’s support. Together, they show how we champion independence and quality of life with compassion and mutual respect.

 

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You can also check our criteria for grants for organisations – and download application forms both types of grant.




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