§ Mr. Hannam
asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department if he will publish details of grants to voluntary organisations in the United Kingdom from his Department during the financial year 1982–83, showing the amount awarded to each Organisation.
§ Mr. Raison
The voluntary bodies receiving grant aid, in the 1982–83 financial year and the amount of grant paid, or to be paid, where this has been fully determined are as follows:
£ Grants administered by the VSU Action Resource Centre 20,000 Association of Researchers in Voluntary Action and Community Involvememt 7,400 AVEC 13,000 Bristol Courts Family Conciliation Service 23,000 British Association for Counselling 8,750 British Association of Settlements and Social Action Centres 25,500 British Council of Churches (Community Work Resource Unit) 12,880 CETU 29,500 Charity Trading Advisory Group 8,500 Church Army (Inner Cities Unit) 11,250 Community Projects Foundation 764,000 Community Service Volunteers 529,500 Community Transport 34,000 Fair Play for Children 25,000 Federation of Community Work Training Groups 20,000 Festival Welfare Services 18,500 Gamblers Anonymous General Services Board 1,000 Horticultural Therapy (Land Use Volunteers) 4,000 International Voluntary Service 18,000 London Voluntary Service Council 1,798 Merseyside Council for Voluntary Service 15,000 National Association of Young People's Counselling and Advisory Service 24,000 National Council for Voluntary Organisations (Grant-in-aid) 724,000 National Council for Voluntary Organisations (for International Conference on Social Welfare) 9,700 National Federation of City Farms 24,000 National Federation of Community Organisations 72,000 National Playing Fields Association 80,200 Northern Association for Community Care 39,600 Operation Drake Fellowship 25,000 Princedale Trust (for Release) 65,000 Retired Executives Action Clearing House 8,375 Standing Conference of Women's Organisations 3,000 Stockport Job Shop 52 Student Community Action Development Unit 21,500 Task Force 89,000 Trinity Overnight Shelter, Birmingham 15,600 Time for God 9,000 Voluntary Action Lewisham 500 Volunteer Centre 558,000 West End Co-ordinated Voluntary Services 102,350 West Yorkshire Radio Action 18,150 Women's Royal Voluntary Service (Grant-in-aid) 4,015,000 Young Volunteers Resource Unit 107,500
The VSU also makes grants under the Development of Local Voluntary Action Scheme:
£ Special Programme: Hull Community Resources Development Project 14,750 NE Training Group for Community Work 25,000 Newham Parents' Community Resource Programme 17,500 Salford Community Involvement Project 18,500 Social Care Assembly for Normanton, West Yorkshire 12,300 Training for Voluntary Organisations (Southampton) 12,600
£ Waveney Project (Suffolk) 13,800 Wiltshire Information Resource Exchange 15,500 Small Grants Scheme: Provisional allocation Cornwall (Carrick and Kerrier) 20,000 County Durham (Easington and Wear Valley) 20,000 Sandwell Metropolitan Borough 20,000 Wrekin District 20,000 Scotland and Wales 40,000 Charity Reviews: Amount of grant not yet determined Norfolk — Lancashire — Grants for Refugees: Amount of grant already determined British Refugee Council (Vietnamese Refugee Programme) 390,140 British Refugee Council (Refugees from other parts of the world 282,860 Ockenden Venture (Vietnamese Refugee Programme) 225,000 Refugee Action (Vietnamese Refugee Programme) 219,300 Save the Children Fund (Unaccompanied Vietnamese minors' home) 30,000 Amount of grant not yet determined Ockenden Venture (Unaccompanied Vietnamese minors' home) — Grants (or grants-in-aid) to other bodies International Social Service of Great Britain 181,000 Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents 9,000 United Kingdom Immigrants Advisory Service (grant-in-aid) 721,000 Grants administered by Criminal Department: Amount of grant already determined Anchor Club, Leicester 7,550 Apex Trust 48,250 Barnsley ACRO 6,165 Bristol Prisoners Visitors Centre 1,400 Birmingham Prisoners Visitors Centre 3,376 Brixton Prisoners Visitors Centre 3,000 Bulldog Manpower Services Ltd 392,000 Catholic Marriage Advisory Council (grant-in-aid) 98,750 Circle Trust 32,700 Dartmoor Accommodation Scheme 4,890 Family Welfare Association (grant-in-aid) 15,200 HACRO Crisis and Support Centre 4,675 Halifax ACRO 7,278 Hampshire Care Trust 750 Hull Prison Visitors Centre 1,075 Institute of Marital Studies (grant-in-aid) 238,700 Jewish Marriage Education Council (grant-in-aid) 5,000 Leeds Prisoners Visitors Centre 1,100 Lewes Prison Visitors Centre 100 Lifeline Day Centre 8,086 National Association for the Care and Rehabilitation of Offenders (grant-in-aid) 462,000 NACRO—Education Advisory Service 22,330 National Association of Voluntary Hostels Ltd 33,760 National Marriage Guidance Council (grant-in-aid) 750,000 New Bridge 10,708 North-East London St. Leonards Society 1,372 North Eastern Prison After-Care Society 900 Preston and District Lodgings Scheme 2,000 Prisoners Wives and Families Society 1,850 Prisoners Wives Service 4,850 St. Giles Day Centre 4,000 Society of Voluntary Associates (SOVA) 21,495 Stonham Housing Association Ltd 29,000 South Yorkshire DACRO 6,500 York ACRO 6,926
Amount of grant not determined in respect of specific recipients £2.894 million is allocated to the deficit funding of some 300 hostels or other similar accomodation schemes administered by more than 200 voluntary bodies. 45W A further £538,000 is allocated mainly on a once-for-all basis to assist special projects to be set up or maintained by some 60 voluntary organisations.