- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 03 Mar 1997
- Latest award date
- 30 Nov 2017
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
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.
Grant to Children England 17 Jun 2015
over three years as unrestricted funding for this membership organisation for charities working with children, young people and families across England
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 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.
The project aims to improve the delivery of and access to child friendly services for young refugees and their families, including advice, information and avocacy as well as emotional and peer support in order to empower and support young people who are disadvantaged by language barriers, legal processes, bullying, discrimination and social isolation.
Safeguarding Young People 21 Feb 2006
While as many young people aged 11 and above are on child protection registers as younger children, research suggests that older children are less likely to receive a child protection response. Little is known about what influences practitioners when making decisions about referring young people and what happens when referrals are made. Research in other countries have also highlighted the need for age-specific approaches to child maltreatment but this issue has received scant attention in the UK.
Leading Edge 29 Nov 2006
Led by ideas, problems and solutions identified by young refugees, including young carers, this project will support their progress in schools. Young people participating in Leading Edge will be empowered to solve their own problems, articulate their needs, and will be supported to address some of the barriers they have identified to integration and attainment in school.
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.
Blackburn Asylum Hub 13 Aug 2008
This project is developing new services for vunerable children and young people at an existing centre in Blackburn. The Children's Society has developed the provision of support in health, education and integration. It also provides information and assistance with health issues by providing meetings with health professionals. The project assists with budget planning and healthy eating, as well as donating clothing.
Nottingham Community Mentoring project 11 Nov 2009
This Nottingham project is the development of a pilot project held in London. The project will recruit adult volunteers from the community, train them as mentors and match them with vulnerable young people aged 11 to 14 who would benefit from one to one support. Beneficiaries may be at risk of truancy, or be victims of crime and bullying, young offenders, young people with difficult home lives and those experiencing difficulty with periods of transition, such as from primary to secondary school.
Refugee and New Migrant Families 11 May 2011
A new project working with newly arrived refugee and migrant families in Newham, Croydon, Hillingdon, Greenwich and Waltham Forrest including one-to-one case work and advocacy, group activities, sessions and workshops. These will provide the opportunities for families to build up knowledge, understanding and confidence to begin addressing their barriers and meet others in similar group activities, sessions and workshops.
The Children's Society will use the £563,581 grant to help young people who go missing from home as a result of conflict with parents, bullying or because they have been groomed by older men who pull them into dangerous, chaotic and unhealthy lifestyles. The SCARPA project will improve the young people's mental, physical and sexual health and help them develop life skills to establish positive peer groups
Inclusion Matters 17 Apr 2013
This new project aims to help young refugees and migrants have a more integrated experience of school and community life in Oxford. It will also work with young people's families to provide more stability and help the parents support their children. The Children's Society will work in partnership with schools and colleges, social services, and a local supported housing agency to run a mentoring and advice drop-in service, as well as therapeutic support for those aged five to 19 years.
Safe Choices for Young Men 03 Dec 2013
This is a new project by the Church of England Childrens Society (CECS) which aims to reduce the harm suffered by young men affected by sexual exploitation (SE) across all London Boroughs. It will support the development of their emotional resilience and critical thinking so they are able to respond positively to future exploitative situations. It will also challenge professional and public misconceptions of young mens roles in SE.
My Manifesto 12 Dec 2013
This is a project by a charity in Islington, serving beneficiaries in Waltham Forest and Birmingham. The group will use the funding to deliver workshops for disengaged young people and also develop young advocates. This will encourage the beneficiaries to discuss the issues that affect them and help create solutions to encourage engagement with society. This will also provide the advocate beneficiaries with skills and qualifications to help improve their future employment prospects.
Step and Connect 21 Jan 2014
This new project aims to improve the social integration of disabled young people who are in need or have been looked after and/or are leaving care in the London Boroughs of Newham, Tower Hamlets and Camden. Local authorities will make recommendations to the service alongside an extensive partner network. The project includes volunteer befriending, leisure activities, travel training and the assessment of local services to determine their accessibility.