Through local fundraising activities, sponsorship, crowdfunding, online and text giving, Sefton 4 Good undertakes grant distributions to local voluntary, community and faith (VCF) groups on an annual basis.
Since 2016, Sefton 4 Good has given away £22,850.77 in grants to help support a wide range of organisations throughout the borough, some of which include;
Bootle Action Group is a community group dedicated to creating a cleaner, brighter Bootle, as well as helping preserve its heritage. They work with the local council, councillors and other organisations.
For more information visit: Bootle Action Group
The Plaza Community Cinema is a unique community resource that offers dynamic film based education programmes to schools, the voluntary sector and the general public. We are a community cinema run by volunteers.
For more information visit: The Plaza Community Cinema
Crosby Scout and Guide Marina Club provide opportunities for all the children of Sefton, from the ages of 10 to 20 years, to sail and kayak. We operate with low fees to enable ALL children to experience the joys of sailing and kayaking regardless of means. They therefore operate with voluntary instructors (all trained to National Standards) and adult helpers.
For more information visit: Crosby Scout and Guide Marina Club
Headway Sefton are a new, official branch of the national Headway group. Covering Sefton and the surrounding areas of Liverpool, we aim to offer practical and emotional support to the victims of a head or brain injury and also their carers. They hold monthly drop-in sessions and a range of events and fundraising activities throughout the year.
For more information visit: Headway Sefton
The Hightown Beach Clean Group meet each month to clean up local beaches, removing litter and other rubbish which may have been washed ashore. As well as keeping the beach clean, volunteers also take part in surveys at several times during the year, looking at plants and wildlife and also how much plastic is found.
For more information visit: Hightown Beach Clean
The Inclusion network is made up if local people wanting to make a difference in their community which is suffering from a range of social and economic disadvantages. They offer a range of positive activities and services for young people, families and provide a service to young people which will give them the best possible chance of making the right choices now, which will help improve their future life
For more information visit: Inclusion Network
Kindfulness Coffee Club is a cafe and second hand clothing shop that is passionate about giving people a safe space and a place to unwind. It offers a warm environment for everybody, from those who have lost their children to social services to people who suffer from mental health. Activities take place throughout the week from gardening to arts and crafts, bereavement support groups, budgeting advice and mindfulness sessions.
For more information visit: Kindfulness Coffee Club
The Swan Women’s Centre promote mental well-being and support women affected by anxiety, depression, stress or other mental health conditions. They provide a range of services that promote mental well-being such as Mindfulness, Yoga and Complementary Therapies such as Reflexology, Thai Yoga, Reiki, Tui Na, Body Massage, Indian Head Massage, Hopi Candles etc. For women who are affected by or experience anxiety, depression, stress, isolation or other mental health problems we provide a range of services such as a free Counselling Service, Outreach Service, Support Groups, as well as Craft and Activity groups.
For more information visit: The Swan Centre
Other organisations that have benefit from the Sefton4Good Grant include the following, you can click the name of each organisation to find out more;
Waterloo Town Team