You can view previous successful applicants for the QPCC Pop-Up Fund and the Community Grants Programme, as well as any additional one-off QPCC funding projects by expanding the years below*

2019/2020

QPCC Community Grants Programme – Round 1

  • The Screen ‘Queen’s Park Game Collective’: £3,500 for a 4-day games design and coding workshop for young people age 14+.
  • Open Age ‘Queen’s Park and Harrow Road: Volunteer and extended activity project’: £3,500 contribution towards activity provision for over 50s.
  • Association a Future Without Rubbish ‘A Future Without Rubbish’: £1,000 for educational events for children at Queen’s Park Primary School around waste and rubbish.
  • Community 4 All (C4A) ‘Dominoes and Games Night’: £2,450 for C4A to host an additional dominoes and games night for 6 months.

QPCC Pop-up fund – recipients so far

Association a Future Without Rubbish ‘Transforming Trash into Treasure 2’: £200

2018/2019

QPCC Community Grants Programme – Round 1

  • All Stars Boxing Club half-term champ camps: £3,500 for training programmes for youngsters aged 6 to 14 and their families during the February half-term holiday.
  • Open Age activities for older people at New Avenues Centre: £1,050 to help support a wide range of activities provided for 200+ local residents aged 50 plus.
  • Wilberforce Primary School residential activities trip: £3,500 to help fund a residential activities trip for Year Six pupils, helping them prepare for secondary school.
  • Working with Men employability and family support programme: £3,480 to provide dedicated specialist support for young men, helping them move into employment or further education.
  • Westminster Children’s University project for local schoolchildren: £3,000 for a programme of school holiday activities for up to 300 local children, inspiring them to raise their aspirations for educational success.

QPCC Community Grants Programme – Round 2

  • Munro Health: £3,500 for complementary for unpaid carers and older residents
  • Musicus CIC: £2,751 for childrens guitar lessons
  • Queen’s Park Bangladeshi Association: £3,485 for a childrens Fustal club
  • Zodiac Arts: £2,615 for childrens self-defence classes
  • Friends of Queen’s Park Gardens: £354.62 for 2019 maintenance costs

QPCC Pop-up fund

  • Black History Month event at Beethoven Centre: £200
  • Community for All (C4A) group: £180
  • Friends of Queen’s Park Gardens: £61.27
  • Kilravock Street party: £200
  • Textile arts community patchwork project: £77.36
  • Working with Men Juniper House Christmas party: £200
  • Association a Future Without Rubbish ‘Transforming Trash into Treasure 1’: £200
2017/2018

QPCC Community Grants Programme – Round 1

  • Creative Futures UK Ltd: £2,158.00
  • All Nations Drop In: £2,214.00
  • Musicus CIC: £2,700.00

QPCC Community Grants Programme – Round 2

  • Munro Health – £3,500
  • Friends of Queen’s Park Gardens – £400
2016/2017

QPCC Community Grants Programme – Round 1                          

  • Asaworta Community Support Assoc (ACSA): £1,260.00
  • Emmanuel Seventh-Day Adventist Church: £1,000.00
  • Resident led Over 50s computer classes: £1,308.00
  • North Paddington Food Bank: £1,391.45
  • Resident led film project: £1,530.00
  • Queen’s Park Bangladeshi Association: £420.00
  • Queens Park Gardens Football Academy £1,245.00

QPCC Community Grants Programme – Round 2

  • Iman Khatib: £3,374.00
  • Joanne Phillips Mediation: £1,600.00
  • Working with Men: £3,500.00
  • Runaround Rascals: £2,490.00
  • Munro Health Ltd: £3,500.00
  • London Sports Trust: £2,010.00
  • Cheeky Rascals: £1,534.00
  • Open Age: £500.00
2015/2016

QPCC Community Grants Programme – Round 1                          

  • A2 Dominion: £3,811.00
  • Canine Culture: £4,250.00
  • Cheeky Rascals: £4,512.00
  • Creative Futures: £5,000.00
  • Here We Grow: £1,980.00
  • London Basketball Association: £2,870.00
  • North Paddington Foodbank: £2,289.79
  • Real Action: £5,000.00
  • Robinson Wilson Solicitors: £6,760.00
  • Westminster Parents Participation Group: £5,618.00

QPCC Community Grants Programme – Round 2

  • A2 Dominion: £685.25
  • All Stars: £3,845.00
  • Avenues: £3,859.00
  • Friends of Queen’s Park Gardens: £250.00
  • Healthier Life 4 You: £665.00

QPCC Community Grants Programme – Round 2        

  • Avenues Youth Project: £5,000.00
  • Eleanor Doherty & Rhumel John-Baptiste: £600.00
  • Happy Children Day Care: £1,498.22
  • Open Age: £3,570.00
  • Paddington Development Trust: £4,694.00
  • Queen’s Park Bangladeshi Association: £2,347.00
  • Queen’s Park Gardens Football Academy: £989.77
  • The Screen: £2,462.50

*Please note that this list features applicants that the community council decided to award funding to. Not all applicants subsequently received money, for reasons such as the applicant decided not go ahead with the project.

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