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- Earliest award date
- 20 Apr 2006
- Latest award date
- 01 Sep 2016
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Funding to assist the charity in making its youth-led policy campaigns a core part of the organisation's work. 17 Nov 2015
The charity plans to campaign to keep young people’s mental health on the agenda and keep young people’s experiences and voices at the centre of discussions, through making its Vs young activist group a core part of the charity’s work. Our grant would support this by part-funding the salary of the Youth Engagement Manager, a core post under the new strategy.
Interhuman 19 Oct 2015
Bangor-based Seacourt Print Workshop and key partners, including the Northern Ireland Association for Mental Health and Comber Autism Support, want to test whether print-making can help people with illnesses and disabilities form new positive identities as artists and increase their wellbeing –using the New Economics Foundation’s Wellbeing evaluation model to understand the impact of the work.
Breaking the mould - Hands on art at Our Place 17 Nov 2015
Working in partnership with a local community centre, this programme will engage professional artists to lead participatory projects in Ely/Caerau, a deprived area of Cardiff, exploring sculpture as an art form and its potential for the creative use of construction skills. Much of the activity will be accredited through the Open College Network; the initiative has a special focus on providing support and mentoring to those in the area who are unemployed or in unsecure employment.
Hands-On Cove Park 17 Nov 2015
Based on Argyll and Bute, Cove Park hosts residencies for nationally and internationally acclaimed artists in all disciplines. They will develop a new year-round programme, Hands-On, offering arts activities to these remote island communities.
This programme of quality participatory art workshops for pre-school children, inspired by the collections, aims to build confidence amongst parents/carers facing disadvantage, helping to raise participants' aspirations and improve access to the arts.
The Royal Exchange(RET), a theatre in central Manchester, has developed its work with young people and older people over the last five years. They will now pilot RET Local - a mobile theatre and engagement programme particularly targeting these age groups. They will create two, six-month community residencies in the low-engagement areas of Rochdale and Cheetham Hill, delivered in partnership with local agencies.
Talking Birds is a Coventry-based theatre company specialising in acts of transformation, both large and small. The company sees accessibility as core to their practice. Working together with arts organisations/audiences, this project will test and develop an affordable access tool, which broadcasts captioning, audio descriptions and more to mobile devices. Talking Birds intends to develop this tool for wider use.
Support to develop Garage Sale Trail in the UK, a project bringing communities together and encouraging the re-use of unwanted goods. 23 Nov 2015
Garage Sale Trail creates a platform to bring together communities to re-use unwanted goods, fundraise and make new connections through holding hundreds of garage sales on one day. The idea originated in Australia and is being piloted in the UK by the Garage Sale Trail Foundation UK, led by Andrew Dick who has over a decade’s experience in the non profit sector. PHF funding will supporting the on-going development of the project, building on a successful pilot in 2015.
Core funding for Head of Service to enable organisational development and expansion of key iniatives. 08 Feb 2016
This Youth Fund grant will increase the hours of the currently part-time Head of Service post for two years, which will allow Street Teams to further focus on strengthening the fundraising strategy and developing a number of key project initiatives. The learning from these will inform the wider child sexual exploitation prevention agenda locally and potentially nationally.
This youth fund grant will enable Silent Secret to employ an in-house App Developer which is critical to build and moderate new app functions for their mental health support app. These include an in-app support pathway for young people, app-counselling, app-mentoring, a more extensive advice and information section, enhanced data collection and analysis and ultimately attracting more young people to use and be supported through the app.
Support as Project Oracle transitions to becoming an independent charity and expands the project's reach and impact 19 Apr 2016
Project Oracle is an important part of the infrastructure that enables organisations working with young peopel to collect better evidence of impact and improve their capability in using it. Having appointed its first Managing Director, it is transitioning to become an independent charity, and exploring opportunities to work outside London and with organisations working with young people in other sectors such as the arts.
Acta is a community theatre which engages people from marginalised communities from across Bristol in the creation and performance of their own original theatre. This grant will support acta's core programme and Foundation initiative. This includes supporting acta to deliver participatory theatre activities with new community groups, training and mentoring a new generation of Community Theatre facilitators and contribute to sector development through CPD sessions and quarterly seminars.
Get It Loud In Libraries 25 Apr 2016
Support to deliver a two year programme of live music alongside digital media and learning events for young people aged 16 -24 in libraries in the North West and West Midlands, and further develop the model for wider dissemination. As part of this Loud in Libraries will establish a central youth advisory board to support the recruitment of youth cultural ambassadors for each library partner to inform local planning and delivery of the programme.
Theatre Centre will work with five primary schools across England to tackle the issue of gender stereotyping in schools. They will explore and test a model that integrates creative writing, interactive theatre and performance, placing children at the heart of the process. The performance will be toured to an additional five schools, where Year 5 and 6 children will also engage with the theme.
Using dance to teach history in primary schools 08 Feb 2016
Made By Katie Green delivers dance participation activities and creates and tours dance performances. Working with two primary schools in Surrey, it will develop, test and evaluate an approach to integrating dance into the teaching of history.
Super Heroes: Words Are Our Power! 14 Dec 2015
Writing on the Wall is a Liverpool-based community charity that promotes and celebrates writing in all its forms through a month-long annual festival and year-round projects. It will test whether working with schools to create a programme of creative writing and illustration workshops, with a super hero theme, can increase children’s attainment in literacy, their social skills, self-esteem and aspirations.
Matinée 25 Apr 2016
Arts Derbyshire is a membership organisation with a remit to widen access to and participation in the arts and build the capacity of the cultural sector in Derbyshire. Working in partnership with independent film venues and voluntary-led film clubs, Arts Derbyshire will establish a dementia friendly film programme across the county and explore how new models of film presentation can ensure that film is accessible for people with dementia and their carers. Working with its member organisations, and partners including the BFI Film Audiences Network and Alzheimers Society, Arts Derbyshire aims to advance policy and practice dementia-friendly arts.
Developing and implementing a new organisational structure, enabling Multi-Story to expand outside London and focus on the longer-term development of their work.
My Journey 08 Feb 2016
'My Journey' will facilitate dialogue between young migrants and settled communities about the issues they face to increase mutual understanding and cohesion. Through a series of presentations led by newly arrived migrants to established communities, these sessions will promote understanding of migrants’ needs and underlying causes of tensions, leading to action plans to facilitate their integration which will be shared with decision makers locally and nationally.