- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Total awarded
- Largest award
- Smallest award
- Earliest award date
- 07 Aug 2001
- Latest award date
- 04 Aug 2017
To undertake research and identify young victims of internal and external trafficking in the North East and Cumbria.
Grant awarded to Barnardos (Tyne & Wear) 12 Jul 2011
To pilot targeted support for women and children who are recovering from the impact of domestic abuse in Newcastle.
Toward extending the Child Sexual Exploitation Hub and Spoke service to Stockton.
Big Manchester 13 Jul 2016
This is an expansion of a project that aims to support families with children of primary school age who are affected by issues of domestic violence and abuse, mental health issues and substance misuse. Beneficiaries of the project will have access to weekly sessions with a key-worker, networking support groups for parents and family activity days, which will run during school holidays.
The project is to provide an outdoor adventure week for young people aged 10 to 16. Money is for residential stay at an adventure centre including activity costs, staff costs and transport
Compass Partnership Group Wellbeing Through Art 25 Jun 2007
A project to enable young people to learn new skills in DVD editing, and produce DVDs to share their experiences and voice their opinions and produce DVD guides around specific issues.The grant, over one year, will pay for DVD editing equipment, training and refreshments.
Barnies Bunch Barnardos PMT Family Support 25 Jun 2007
The project is to provide an activity holiday for vulnerable young people aged 10-19 from Neath.The grant will pay for accommodation, activities, staff costs, travel, and refreshments.
Community Futures 15 Aug 2007
This is an expansion of an existing project due to high demand. This project will provide holistic support to disadvantaged families at the Barnardo's Priory Family Centre in Barnsley. Through four programmes, a parenting programme, a baby group, a drop in service and a parents' committee, these services will allow families to ask for help and support without stigma. The organisation helps to raise aspirations and confidence, helping individuals to return to employment, education or training.
Carmarthenshire Sibling Carers Service 04 Jul 2007
The project will provide support to carers aged 10-19 in Carmarthenshire. It will include one-to-one emotional support, recreational activities with other sibling carers, setting-up of support networks, clubs, and workshops/courses as well as working with schools to raise awareness and train staff to identify and support sibling carers.
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.
Recession 2 - Money Management for Care Leavers 18 Oct 2010
The project will work with young care leavers who have been or are at risk of being adversely affected by the recession. The project plans to equip these young people with the financial literacy skills they need to maximise their income and minimise the debt they may incur in the current financial climate through the provision of financial capability courses.
The project will deliver programmes for beneficiaries that will improve their skills, confidence and coping mechanisms to improve their overall quality of life. This will build on the work of the organisation, by enabling and encouraging young women to address and manage their financial issues and aspects of their relationships which have been affected by the recession. Following participation in the programme, support will be given with drop-in sessions and self-help groups.
The project is to provide a specialised financial worker to work with vulnerable families in Swansea. The grant, over two years, will pay for the salary and associated costs of a part time project worker, expenses, running costs, training and marketing.
Growing Up 09 Nov 2011
This project will benefit young people age 18 to 25 who have learning disabilities including those with Autism, Down's syndrome and Cerebral Palsy. The project will provide beneficiaries with up to one year's supported work experience training in horticulture. This grant will fund salaries, management costs, subsistence, protective clothing, travel costs, gardening materials, head office support, training, project overheads, a Polytunnel and tools.
This is a development grant which has been awarded so that the applicant can work up a more detailed application.
Gregory's Place Anti-Trafficking Project 19 Jan 2012
Barnardos will increase its support to young people in the Greater Manchester area who have experienced or are at risk of trafficking, to ensure that they can access support, develop personal safety strategies, have their rights upheld and gain protection from abuse and exploitation. This area is seen as a point of entry for trafficked children due to geography, the international airport and good transport links.
The aim of the project is to help male perpetrators of domestic abuse affect change so that they gain an understanding of the impact of domestic abuse and teach them a range of skills that will lead to calmer, more respectful behaviour, enabling them to control their actions more successfully, have a more positive relationship with their partner or ex partner and provide a safer environment for their children.
Hopscotch 11 Dec 2012
The association will deliver the 'Hopscotch' project for families in Angus who are affected by parental substance misuse. It will seek to improve families' relationships, increase their resilience and improve children's wellbeing. The project will provide a menu of support options for children, young people and parents tailored to their needs. Options include one-to-one support, befriending and mentoring, support for young carers, family groups, and parenting support.