The Sirius Minerals Foundation has announced an additional recipient of its community grant giving programme, The Link Tees Valley, a Community Interest Company which provides support to children, young people and families who are facing challenges in relation to mental health.
The Sirius Minerals Foundation has announced another £215,000 for local community projects across the area.
Redcar Amateur Boxing Club has welcomed over 20 new members thanks to its East Cleveland Outreach project, backed by a grant from the Sirius Minerals Foundation.
Ravenscar Cricket Club has used a grant from the Sirius Minerals Foundation to purchase a specialist bowling machine.
Redcar Athletic Football Club has seen a significant growth in its revenue following a grant from the Sirius Minerals Foundation.
A ‘space exploration’ themed learning event to help young people learn about science using STEM related skills has been funded by the Sirius Minerals Foundation.
The annual Whitby Endeavour Rotary Club young engineers’ competition has taken place with the support of a grant from the Sirius Minerals Foundation.
A CAFÉ in Grangetown, which is run by volunteers, has been officially reopened by Redcar and Cleveland’s Mayor and World Darts Champion, Glen Durrant.
The Sirius Minerals Foundation has announced the successful applicants for its first grant giving programme, who will share approximately £300,000, nearly three times the scheme’s original budget.
9 May 2017
The Sirius Minerals Foundation is launching its first grant programme after receiving its first £2 million of funding from Sirius Minerals Plc.
The Foundation will host two open evenings to answer questions from members of the public, to explain its funding programme and early priorities.
The Sirius Minerals Foundation is a charity registered with the Charity Commission for England and Wales. Charity number: 1163127