- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Total awarded
- Largest award
- Smallest award
- Earliest award date
- 18 May 1998
- Latest award date
- 17 Oct 2017
Stand by Me 08 Apr 2015
This new project will use its funding to help unaccompanied asylum seeking, refugee and migrant children and young people aged 16-21 to have better life chances. The project will offer services including holistic advice and advocacy through one-to-one support and drop-in surgeries. The chance to build confidence and make new friends through social activities will be offered. Awareness raising sessions will be held with professionals who regularly work with this beneficiary group.
the100: girls and women working to advance rights and human dignity.
GLinc/3/4 - Steps Forward 22 Sep 2016
This grant will be used to develop plans for a project that will support 120 unemployed people across the Great Lincolnshire LEP area. The project will offer a tailored development programme focusing on improving participantâ€™s mental health and wellbeing with the aim of moving them towards employment, education or training.
Community Celebration 08 Dec 2016
Action for Children will hold a community and family fun day to celebrate the 4 year anniversary of the Monmouthshire Parent Network and its achievements within the community. This grant for Â£1,720 will fund venue hire costs, food, DJ, bouncy castle, character/face painting and messy play.
Styal Mother and Baby Unit 04 Nov 2015
The organisation will use funding to develop the outdoor area of their mother and baby unit at Styal Prison in Cheshire, to include a canopy, sensory rich equipment and truck tyres. This will provide children with a stimulating place to play and bond with their mothers, with the aim of reducing the risk of health inequalities in later life.
Grant to Integrating Children 28 Jun 2013
This organisation provides a range of social activities for children and young people who have a range of disabilities living in County Durham
The salary costs of the Schools & Community Engagement Co-ordinator
Grant to Children Ahead 01 Mar 2015
This project will provide speech and language therapy together with occupational therapy to young people from the Orthodox Jewish community with moderate learning difficulties to help with educational attainment and to increase their self-confidence.
Grant to Children's Society 01 Nov 2015
This project will provide one to one support to young people at risk of child sexual exploitation. The project will help reduce the number of children who go missing increase their likelihood of completing school and improve their life chances.
Grant to Children's Links 01 Nov 2013
The project will provide play and learning activities for children who have a parent in prison. The project will improve family relationships and emotional wellbeing and develop confidence.
National Mentoring Initiative (Nottingham) 13 Aug 2009
This London-based charity will use an award to give young people in Nottingham better life skills by running a mentoring programme. The aim is to provide peer and adult mentors within the community, as a source of support for young people to realise their potential.
This new project will offer support to vulnerable new arrivals aged 11 and over in Oxford to enhance their educational attainment, life chances and integration into society.The project aims to address a range of issues by recruiting volunteers from the local community to provide in-school educational support for these recently arrived children. Support will also be offered to the parents to help them support their children and involve them in the school and wider community life.
Bridging The Gap 06 Aug 2007
TThe Bridging the Gap project, run by Childrens Playlink, will provide an Inclusive Play Support Worker to support parents and young people aged between 5 and 16 to remove barriers to play that can sometimes exist for children with disabilities. The project will work with play schemes in the area to ensure children with disabilities have an equal number of play opportunities and disabled and non-disabled children playing together becomes standard practice.
C.A.T.S (Children Active Together Safely) 23 Sep 2008
This group will use funding to deliver a eight-week programme of activities to five small community groups. The activities will relate to the Every Child Matters agenda and will include workshops on healthy eating, physical exercise, arts, crafts and drama. The project will target children and young people who have additional needs and have been affected by anti-social behaviour or domestic violence.
The Secret Jungle 10 Aug 2010
This is a new project based in Northdown Park, Margate. The aim of The Secret Jungle is to provide free safe and accessible play opportunities for disabled children and young people and their families. The Lottery grant will pay for a security system and supervision for children to play in a garden with a specialist playground, sensory areas and learning zones.The parents of children with disabilities will have the opportunity to meet, socialise, share information and support one another.
Family Support - Health Detectives 09 Dec 2010
The group will use the grant to develop a network of family support volunteers in Northern Ireland so they can make it easier people to access information about rare conditions.