- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Total awarded
- Largest award
- Smallest award
- Earliest award date
- 14 May 2002
- Latest award date
- 20 Apr 2017
Grant to Children England 28 Jan 2015
£104,000 over two years (£51,000; £53,000) for a Membership Officer and a Research & Learning Officer, plus running costs, to enable the 4 in 10 network to develop its work tackling child poverty in London.
Birmingham Young Runaways Support Project 11 Apr 2007
Young runaways in the Birmingham area will receive information on health, education, support and mentorship from volunteers. Services will aim to reduce the number of runaways in the area.
Reach Out Project 09 May 2007
This project is an expansion of existing services that will offer support to children and young people at risk of running away from home in Devon. The project will improve young people's access to confidential and friendly support that will be provided in a private environment that is not adult-orientated. They will work with a range of agencies including the Police, Social Services and children's homes.
Support Plus Project 12 Dec 2007
This project will reduce the isolation of young people with disabilities, aged 14 to 24, and their families in Middlesbrough and Stockton. The project will provide supported links between disabled young people, their families and trained volunteers. With the support of a volunteer, each disabled young person will plan an individual programme of activities developed around their individual needs. This will improve their self-esteem and confidence and develop their skills to live more independently.
This project based in York works with disabled young people in their transition into adulthood. It will provide young people, including those with autism and profound disabilities, with essential skills and confidence training to become volunteers in their local communities. The project will widen the aspirations of disabled young people beyond traditional day centre provision, helping them to make a positive contribution in their communities, rather than being the receivers of services.
Safe Choices 05 May 2011
The Children's Society will lead the Safe Choices project for young women leaving care or leaving young offender institutions. Working in Southwark and Islington the project will provide the young women with practical, therapeutic and advocacy support. It includes counselling and guidance to help the young women build better relationships, improve their self-esteem and cope with peer pressure. Practical help to develop their education, skills and chances for employment will also be provided.
Longford Families First 17 Oct 2012
The aim of this new project is to provide targeted support services that will improve the well-being and resilience of children, young people and their families in Longford, Warrington. Some struggling families face a range of issues including drug and alcohol problems, unemployment, health issues and crime; the Church of England Children's Society will fill identified gaps in service provision to improve the well-being of children and parents falling below the threshold of intervention.
Lewisham Village - A Better Start 01 Aug 2013
A project in Lewisham that will support parents with children under the age of three living in Evelyn, New Cross, Bellingham and Downham.The project will work with local partnerships to support family relationships at home, a hub where families and friends can meet, and access to support services, and resources including skills, knowledge and time.The project aims to address issues of domestic violence by providing early intervention to help support victims and their children.
Young Traveller Support Project 10 May 2005
This three year project will improve the life chances of young travellers aged 13-20 and living in the South West of England by working intensively with the young people themselves to increase their knowledge, skills and confidence so that they can take informed decisions about their future. It will also work to promote a better understanding within service organisations and support agencies of the needs of traveller young people.
The Right Track Project 06 Sep 2005
The project will help to prevent young people in BME communities from being excluded from school. It will improve their skills, confidence and self-esteem so that they can tackle racism and make the most of their formal education.
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.
Thanet Participation Project 11 Aug 2009
This project targets disadvantaged areas of Dane Valley, Newington, Whitehall and Birchington of Thanet in Kent. The project develops an intergeneration project for young people aged 11 - 18 years, including working with those classified as NEET, underachieving at school and those affected by or involved in anti-social behaviour and people aged over 55.
Hope Young Refugee Service 13 Apr 2010
This project will provide information and advocacy on a one to one and group basis for young people aged 11-19 living in Manchester, Trafford and Salford who are refugees and asylum seekers. It will aim to increase their emotional resilience and ability to solve their own problems, and increase respect and understanding between British-born young people and new migrants. The project will also work closely with local schools and colleges to promote understanding and deliver group work.
Youth and Community at Risk 10 Mar 2010
This development of a pilot project will raise awareness of sexual exploitation of young people in Greenwich and deliver a support service for children and young people who are at risk. The project will work with boys and girls aged 11-18 who have run away or are at risk of running away. One to one support, mediation and volunteering opportunities delivering workshops in schools and community venues will then be offered to the young people and their families.
Families Together Project 16 Sep 2008
Parents for Children (PfC) will deliver residential weekends for families of adopted children who suffer from Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD). The weekends will see children taking part in activities that help to improve their motor co-ordination and will enable them to learn new skills in a relaxed setting. Parents will learn more about FASD and find new ways to support their children's learning. The group will also hold an event involving the families and organisations to discuss the project.
Communicate Together 16 Sep 2008
This project is being delivered equally across Warrington and Brighton and Hove and will help parents of pre-school children with disabilities to communicate more effectively through being able to recognise and respond to their child's communication. It will be delivered through home visits and group work and uses specialist techniques, including Makaton sign language and visual props and activities, which will enable children to improve their skills and get more enjoyment from learning.
The Ohana Project 12 Jan 2011
This project in the Hartlepool and Stockton areas, aims to improve community cohesion and relationships between children and young people and their families. The project works with families experiencing conflict and young people who are involved in or at risk of entering the youth justice system. Beneficiaries will be referred to the project from a variety of sources including schools, youth offending teams and children services.