Case Studies

Our case studies highlight the benefits of working with Tameside 4 Good for businesses, local good causes and individuals. Find out how you can get involved by contacting the team on Tel: 0161 339 4985 or Email: info@tameside4good.org.

Tuesday, 14th June 2016

St Peter’s Partnerships is a community anchor organisation in the North Neighbourhood of Tameside that improves prospects for local people through a range of services. In round 4 of Tameside 4 Good, they were awarded £3761.25 to support MAGPIES – Mothers Apart Gaining Parental Information and Emotional Support. This project was designed to educate, challenge and support women to make the changes necessary for reunification or continued care of their child.

The grant enabled the continuation of a professionally facilitated support group for 28 mums whose children are subject tomore

Thursday, 11th December 2014
All Seasons Art Club member painting a picture

All Seasons Art Club started 10 years ago and has continued in Hattersley ever since. They currently meet at the Arundale School community rooms in Hattersley. The community group received a grant of £1,000 from Tameside 4 Good to fund a professional artist, Sheila Meeks, to attend each painting and drawing session for an entire year. The club begins each week with members laying out the piece they are working on and Sheila and the group discuss the techniques and give any tips that can help its progress or completion.more

Friday, 21st November 2014

The Cranberries, an elderly people’s group based in Tameside, was awarded £2,025 after group organiser, Audrey Ward, applied for the Tameside 4 Good grant. These funds were used as part of creating a “Down Memory Lane Calendar”.

Audrey, who has been running the group for over 10 years, decided to bring together elderly people in Tameside after she came to realise she was being treated different because of her age. She decided to “break down these barriers” head on by creating the Cranberries Club.

Members of the group meet eachmore

Friday, 9th May 2014
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Every penny donated to Tameside 4 Good is distributed to good causes across Tameside by the grant scheme. Grants of up to £500 are available to individuals between 5 - 25 who want to undertake an activity that benefits them and their community, with grants of up to £4,000 available to local community groups.

These are the projects we’ve funded in round 2 (October 2013):

 

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Wednesday, 7th May 2014
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Every penny donated to Tameside 4 Good is distributed to good causes across Tameside by the grant scheme. Grants of up to £500 are available to individuals between 5 - 25 who want to undertake an activity that benefits them and their community, with grants of up to £4,000 available to local community groups.

These are the projects we’ve funded in round 1 (April 2013):

 

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