Our Funders & Partners
We are constantly reviewing funding opportunities and new partnerships. If you feel GYROS may be able to augment the work you do please get in touch with us - we welcome new partnerships.
Thank you to all our funders, who currently include:
The National Lottery - CPP
ESF / Lottery - BBO
Big Lottery - NTW
Controlling Migration Fund (through Suffolk CC)
People's Postcode Lottery - Cafe in GY
GYBC - Job Club and pre ESOL in Gt Yarmouth.
Neighbourhoods that Work (NTW):
Respond and Adapt
Past Funders include:
AB Charitable Trust - To allow us to support migrants and their families who may be caught up in the British Legal system.
Active Communities - Supporting our community cafe in Great Yarmouth Library.
Advice Service Transition Fund - To help transform our organisation and make it fit for purpose.
Active Communities - Developing better knowledge and understanding within migrant communities in Great Yarmouth through volunteers.
Advice Service Transition Fund - To co-ordinate and secure long term advice provision within the borough. In partnership with DIAL, MAP, NCLS, NCAN, GYBC
Ageing Well Fund - To facilitate shared sessions of local and migrant people over 50 as they build reminiscence boxes and share their stories.
AMIF - Asylum, migration & integration fund. UrbAgri4 women project.
Bernard Matthews : supporting our homeless outreach
BLF - Reaching Communities - For drop-ins, community groups, job clubs, ESOL- embedded training, volunteering and other community-centred activities
Bunn Fund: Supporting our homeless outreach in Great Yarmouth
Children In Need (CIN): Funding a new families centre at the back of the Kingside Advice Hub and funding for homework clubs.
ESF Community Grants, through TCHC - Specific project to support peple furthest from the labour market to move closer to work
GAROD - To support Groups at Risk of Disadvantage to effectively access and manage their health care. Based in Lowestoft.
Great Yarmouth Borough Council
Hilden Trust: To deliver ESOL embbeded Nursery Rhyme sessions tounder fives and their parents.
Little Acorns: To fund purchase of arts and crafts items for our crafts sessions
Living Well Fund - ESOL embedded classes promoting healthy living
Love Norfolk - to pilot a Youth Cafe
Love Norfolk - capital for cafe
Lovewell Blake: to set up and equip a craft shop in Lowestoft
Lloyds TSB Foundation - For drop in service to provide information and advice on Education, Health and Legal issues
Momentum: funding to help furnish the families centre and fund activities for young people
Money Saving Expert (MSE): Give money management support to local people
Mason Trust: Funding homework sessions for local young people
NDAP - Following on from a successful pilot we can now offer a weekly peer support group supporting people in recovery.
New Anglia LEP: Community Challenge Fund to support long term unemployed into self employment and work
Norfolk Community Foundation
Norfolk County Council
Norfolk County Council Library Services - Supporting and encouraging our work in the cafe.
Norfolk Healthwatch - funded research into migrant workers accessing healthcare services.
Norfolk Police Crime Commissioner: allowing a support service for people trying to access mainstream support around substance misuse.
Police Crime Commissioner: allowing a support service for people trying to access mainstream support around substance misuse.
Police Crime Commissioner: funding a Hate Crime Advocate post.
Queen's 90th Birthday Grant: to work with children of migrants to learn about the British Monarchy and to put on a celebration event
Sabariah's Fund: To run sessions with older migrants and local people in Lowestoft based on 'Reminicence Boxes'
Shelroy: To deliver 'Rights and Responsibilities' workshops
Suffolk County Council: To improve access to health services
Suffolk Police Crime Commissioner: funding to support vicitims of Domestic Abuse in Suffolk
The Women's Vote Centenary Grant Scheme - funded International Women's Day event.
WW1 Fund: to run a research and educational session for children with migrant parents to learn about the history of WW1