- Total grants
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- Total recipients
- Total awarded
- Largest award
- Smallest award
- Earliest award date
- 07 Aug 2001
- Latest award date
- 06 Dec 2016
To develop a 'hub and spoke' model of working with sexually exploited children and young people in a North East local authority area.
Towards funding for a service for children and young people at risk of sexual exploitation in Stockton and Middlesbrough.
Grant awarded to Barnardos (Tees Valley) 22 Jul 2011
To pilot the provision of family day conferences to better support children who have been, or are at risk of being, abused on Teesside.
To continue work with sexually exploited young men across Teesside.
This project will develop a new service which will provide early intervention and intensive support to families in Inverclyde with children up to the age of five who have been diagnosed with, or are awaiting diagnosis of a disability. Barnardoâ€™s Inverclyde Support Team will support the project which seeks to engage with families who are less likely to access services and are most at risk of isolation.
Tullycarnett Family Support and Outreach Project 23 Jan 2006
The project will help build more stable family lives, help children become better prepared for school and engage families in community networks by delivering a programme of centre bases and home based sessions.
This three year project will enable Barnardo's to continue their successful work in Somerset with parents and families of children with communication difficulties, for example Autistic Spectrum Disorder. This is part of their current service, the Somerset Inclusion Project, and will ensure that parents get the support they need in order to help their children develop communication skills.
Participation Support Service 24 Aug 2006
The organisation will appoint a participation worker, within Signpost Leaving Care Service, who will work to develop and improve the opportunities young people have to be involved in and make decisions about the services provided to care-leavers in Wakefield. The project will establish and support a Service-User's Steering Group, which will have access to the service's Partnership Review Group.
Somali Play Project 30 May 2007
The Somali Play Project will develop the capacity of the Somali community to provide play opportunities for children. With a focus on families playing together, it will increase access to existing facilities, work with Somali families in their homes, run family fun days, set up a cycling club and provide residential camps. Training on including Somali children will also be given to play workers in the community.
Recession - Cardiff DAB 11 Mar 2010
This is a two year project working with young people in Cardiff who are not in education, employment or training, and having difficulties maintaining work placements and tenancies. The project will employ a part-time Housing Debt Advice and Benefits Project Worker whose main focus will be to engage with the young people to improve their financial literacy and maximise their income by supporting them through the benefits system and transition from being on benefits to being employed or on training.
Newtownabbey Family Connections Project 27 Mar 2009
Barnardo's will use the grant to run the Newtownabbey Family Connections project, a network of four local community schools to improve the education, health and opportunities of young people and their families in Newtownabbey's most disadvantaged areas.
This is a development grant which has been awarded so that the applicant can work up a more detailed application.
Better Start Leicester Our Future Generation 01 Aug 2013
The portfolio will consist of six projects with some projects interlinking. There are community champions across all projects with clear roles for each one already defined. Below is an outline of these six projects.SEE FILE FOR FULL DETAILS
Best Start Boro 01 Aug 2013
Barnado's in Middesbrough received a development grant of £389,531 and will develop plans to provide 35 family support assistants from the local community to deliver anti natal support to around 900 pregnant women per year. In the plans, groups of expectant fathers will also be offered support. Services to promote language and communication will be commissioned and there are plans to provide breast feeding support.
Connected Northumberland 01 Aug 2013
Barnado's will use £398,966 to develop plans to expand the range of professionals available to families. Community hubs will be created and existing facilities will be refurbished and upgraded. There are also plans to increase breastfeeding rates above the national average. Parents were consulted in May 2013 through sessions in children's centres which highlighted problems faced by parents around nutrition, affordable healthy food, lack of tools for parents to support children's communication and language.
Funded through Support and Connect this organisation will enhance their existing support service to young people aged 16-24 in North Lanarkshire who are becoming new tenants. The appointment of a Welfare Officer will help support the growing numbers of vulnerable young people experiencing higher levels of crisis, with regard to fuel and food poverty, with practical resources and information on benefit entitilement.