- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 14 Apr 2004
- Latest award date
- 09 Nov 2017
- Total GBP grants
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- Largest GBP award
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The aim is to support children and young people aged four to 16 who have experienced domestic violence in the past and are living away from the abusing parent. They will have been the victim of or witnessed the abuse of a parent or carer.
'CARE' - Child At Risk of Exploitation 01 Jul 2015
This new project aims to reduce the risk and impact of child sexual exploitation by developing better responses and support across Essex, Southend and Thurrock. It will provide specialist support to help young people manage risks as well as the emotional, psychological and environmental influence of abuse.
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.
This group will use the funding for volunteer training and resources for community events.
Funding will be used to celebrate the organisationâ€™s relocation to its own, new building on the grounds of the local school â€“ a move that has been 30 years in the making. The event will enable the organisation to bring together the families they have worked with in the past, as well as families they currently work with, alongside members of the community who have given their time and expertise to the project.
This funding will be used to develop a project in Govan/Craigton and Canal/Possilpark for vulnerable young people aged 12-18. It will focus on early intervention and preventative work. The young people will receive support from peer mentors and young person’s practitioners who will be encouraged to identify diversionary activities. This will result in a more positive destination for the young person and allow them to have greater control over their lives.
CHHAT- Community Hidden Harm Awareness Team 14 Jun 2017
Working in Essex, this project aims to improve the physical and emotional wellbeing of young carers aged 8-19 who are experiencing the impact of caring for someone struggling with substance misuse. There will be a focus on intensive group work, providing a therapeutic environment in which young carers can explore their situation with peers to develop coping strategies. This will help build resilience, self-esteem and confidence.
breakfast clubs 17 Feb 2005
This registered charity develop and promote additional and diverse opportunities for learning for all in Blackburn and Darwen. With a grant it will set up breakfast clubs in 6 primary schools in the area. These will be based in the most deprived areas. Parents will be encouraged to attend and to help, so they can learn about healthy eating and learn with their children. Activities will include story telling, arts and craft activities and informal play/learning.
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.
A project to provide Walsall based school children and their parents with the opportunity to take part in a design and technology active learning project. The grant will pay for equipment, teachers and peer tutors.
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.
To provide playworker support and guidance 30 Mar 2006
The group will provide a playworker to support children with disabilities/additional needs during mainstream after school clubs.
Giving children a voice 19 May 2006
This group's idea is to bring children together to think about their lives and the issues that affect them. They then meet with adults and consider the ways they can help their communities. administrative support, evaluation report costs, production of a strategic development plan, travel and subsistence and printing.
Kumasi is from the Ashanti language meaning 'the meeting place under the tree' - a focus for a community. This three-year project will provide opportunities for young unaccompanied asylum seekers in Newcastle to meet for group work and social activity addressing their specific needs. Located in central Newcastle, Kumasi will provide a supportive environment addressing key issues identified by these young people including mental health, sexual health, education and the prospect of return.
A fact finding visit to Israel 06 Nov 2006
A project in Israel, West Bank and Gaza to conduct research, liaise with local partners and employ a part-time operational manager. The aim of this study would be to research the need for conflict resolution education and advance healthcare. Research into activities such as art and sport for both Israeli and Palestinian young children with the aim of ultimately rebuilding trust, friendship and reconciliation will also be conducted.
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.
Lights, Action, Camera for Drama 20 Jun 2007
This Trust works in partnership with the local authority to develop educational services. It will use an award to extend and add value to its out-of-school drama club for Looked-After children by broadening the range of arts activities on offer to include art, craftwork, photography and music. Participants will have the opportunity to work towards Bronze, Silver and Gold standards of achievement and the organisation will work towards an Arts Mark award.
Skills for Living Project - Gwent 09 Apr 2008
The skills for living project will target young adults aged 16-21, who are leaving local authority care. The project will help these young adults to learn key psychosocial skills to reduce their vulnerability to serious mental health problems and self-harm and help them to engage in fulfilling lives within their communities. The project will work with local community groups to raise awareness of mental health issues and to seek mentors to help the young people to put their learning into practice.