Greenham Common Trust has handed out more than £20,000 to three projects across West Berkshire.
Chieveley Village Hall, Crookham Common Athletic Track and counselling organisation Time To Talk have all benefitted from the latest round of funding.
Time To Talk has been awarded £10,000 to increase the number of free counselling sessions it offers to young people in need.
Last year they offered more than 2,750 sessions to help people aged 11 to 25 cope with issues including anxiety, stress, self-harm and depression.
Luisa Rayner, office manager at Time To Talk, said: “We are absolutely overjoyed to have been awarded a grant, which will go directly to help vulnerable young people in West Berkshire.
“This grant will allow us to offer confidential counselling sessions to a further 50 young people in need of support.”
Crookham Common Athletic Track has been given £7,616 to replace the hammer, discus and shot putt circles, as well as a new spike cover and cross bars for the high jump.
Safety upgrades to the current facilities are also planned.
Ray Herbert, committee member of Crookham Common Athletic Club, said: “The money means the committee can enhance some of the existing facilities at the track, for the first time in a number of years.
“This is an ongoing project for the committee to ensure that the safety and maintenance standards can be brought up to UK Athletics level.”
And Chieveley Village Hall has received £5,000 towards the £11,842 it needs for its multi-gym project.
Plans are in place to install outdoor gym equipment near the children’s playground for residents and personal trainers to use.
Helen Singleton, secretary and grant officer of the village hall’s executive committee, said: “We are getting close to our target and really hope that this can be in place reeady for the spring.
“It will be another fabulous addition for our village and something that can be used by many residents who otherwise cannot afford the time or money for a gym membership.”