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    Appendix 1

    Organisation Amount Background Project aim Beneficiaries Objective NI

    Tees Valley ?8577 TVA is a registered The stART project operates Young people who are long-Piloting initiatives to

    Arts (TVA) charity that has been as a Connexions Personal term NEET or Intensive support people 7

    delivering participative Development Opportunity Supervision and from groups

    arts programmes for 27 (PDO) for young people not in Surveillance Programme considered hard to 117

    years. It is a not-for- employment, education or (ISSP), leaving care or have reach, to improve

    profit organisation with a training (NEET) and will substance misuse or their progression to 11

    management committee provide workshops with local alcohol dependency issues. work

    of twelve trustees. professional artists allowing

    beneficiaries to gain the 10 beneficiaries on

    Bronze Arts Award programme of which:

     ; 50% will gain Art Bronze

    Breakdown of expenditure: Award

    Salaries 6210 ; 50% progression to

    Expenses 624 training and/or

    Moderation costs 360 employment.

    Artist sessions 1500

    Materials/visits 500

    Management 2450

    TOTAL 11644*

    ; The balance of ?3067

    will be covered by the

    organisation. The

    expenditure shown is for

    50% of the project with

    Connexions contributing

    to the other half.

    Working Neighbourhoods Fund

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    Hemlington ?7900 Hemlington Community To engage new initiatives to Beneficiaries will include Piloting initiatives to

    Community Partnership is a engage and upskill those not in education, support people 6

    partnership Industrial and Profit economically inactive employment or training, from groups Society. It is a not-for- residents to facilitate their lone parents, those in considered hard to 7 profit organisation with a progression to employment. receipt of incapacity and reach, to improve management committee Learning and support people over 50. their progression to 117 of seven. The activities will include core work partnership manages the learning such as IT, Volunteer placements x 6

    Initiative Centre, a numeracy and literacy, Increase community learning healthy lifestyle and 26 Learners on programme opportunities for facility promoting the volunteering opportunities as including eight lone parents, volunteering education, social and well as tailored learning for six NEETs, six in receipt of economic welfare of example motor vehicle incapacity benefits and six residents. workshops, customer service over 50s. Fourteen

    or office skills. Alongside this beneficiaries will progress to

    will run transferable life skills further learning.

    such as confidence building

    and interview techniques and

    a job club.

    Breakdown of expenditure:

    Tutor costs 2080

    Advice & Guidance 1400

    Project management 1080

    Admin 672

    Advertising 300

    Room hire 1380

    Materials 250

    Childcare 400

    Learner travel 130

    Volunteer travel 160

    Tel/postage 40

    TOTAL 7892

    Working Neighbourhoods Fund

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    West ?9600 WMNT is a registered The project will involve 6 There will be 2 young Increase Middlesbrough charity and company young advisors, two of which advisors from BME opportunities for 6 Neighbourhood limited by guarantee, will be from a black, minority communities recruited and volunteering Trust (WMNT) which also houses a ethnic background (BME), trained. 7

    development company acting as mentors to their Piloting initiatives to

    called Ngage, and has a peers, with particular focus on 80 young people will be support people 117

    management committee those hardest to reach, and engaged and signposted from groups

    of thirteen. referring on to supporting onto an employment considered hard to

     agencies. assistance programme. reach, to improve

     their progression to

    Breakdown of expenditure: work

    Salaries 5793

    Training 569

    Promotion 400

    Certificates 50

    Mobile phones 150

    Travel 500

    CRB 100

    Protective clothing 256

    Stationary 200

    Overheads 1247

    TOTAL 9565

Working Neighbourhoods Fund

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    Natures World ?10000 Natures World is a The project will provide skills There will be 15 Piloting initiatives to Registered Charity and training and project beneficiaries on the learning support people 7 company limited by development opportunities to programme all of which will from groups guarantee. It is a not-for- local people with disabilities, have specialist needs. considered hard to profit organisation with a learning difficulties and/or reach