- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Total awarded
- Largest award
- Smallest award
- Earliest award date
- 09 Feb 1999
- Latest award date
- 04 Aug 2017
Towards the cost of SCARPA which works with young runaways and young people at risk of sexual exploitation on Tyneside.
SMART 17 Jun 2015
This project aims to improve the life chances of the poorest families living in deprivation in Newcastle upon Tyne. The service will be open to all residents but have a specific focus on supporting BME families living in poverty.
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.
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.
To raise awareness and promote child safety through creative arts initiatives, in Tyne and Wear.
Grant to Childrens Foundation 06 Nov 2015
This project will deliver fun visits of trained 'Clown Doctors' into the wards of a large children's hospital within Newcastle covering the whole of the north east.
To provide support for children and young people who have experienced domestic abuse.
The SCARPA Squad 25 Nov 2010
This project will seek to expand the SCARPA service in Newcastle upon Tyne, through the establishment of a 'SCARPA Squad' of young volunteers. These are individuals who have previously run away from home but who would now like to help other young people by talking about practical things young people can do and by sharing their negative experiences and positive outcomes.
Towards reviewing the strategic futures for Children North East and to develop the management team.
Grant awarded to Children North East (Durham) 12 Oct 2010
Towards providing one-to-one peer mentoring support that helps young people to identify and overcome difficulties, realise potential and achieve goals in County Durham.
Towards Blyth Youth Link: peer mentoring for young people
Grant to Children North East 01 Feb 2013
The project will recruit train and develop a small team of dedicated volunteer peer mentors who will then support young people aged 16 to 18 years old with learning difficulties and disabilities to access public transport.
To research practical examples of good initiatives to involve fathers more in their children's education so that these can be promoted in the North East.
Towards Bump Buddies in Gateshead 18 Aug 2015
Towards Bump Buddies in Gateshead
Towards running costs - Crawford House, Newcastle
Towards Smile's group challenges - a taste of the outdoor life
Grant to Footsteps Children's Services 04 Aug 2017
A summerhouse & outdoor area will help our children to develop their language & communication skills, ensuring their voices can be heard.
WEYES - BU Mental Health Project 13 Jan 2011
This project will create a structured delivery programme for the existing Better Yourself preventative mental health diploma programme. The diploma was designed and developed in partnership with local children and young people aged 8 to 19 years, in Newcastle upon Tyne and Gateshead. The aim of the project is to increase resilience, self esteem, aspirations and lifestyle opportunities for children and young people identified as having low levels of confidence and poor mental health.
Northumberland Youth Link 17 Jun 2013
The aim of this continuation project is to improve the lives of vulnerable young people (YP) aged 12- 25 who live isolated lives in rural areas of Northumberland by matching them with volunteer peer mentors who will offer support and guidance through befriending.
Newcastle Best Start?/Wonderful Babies 01 Aug 2013
This portfolio will engage more with expectant parents during pregnancy by recruiting more midwives especially to advise women and those experiencing domestic violence. It will set up an online resource to prepare fathers for parenthood and train nursery nurses to work alongside health visitors to support parents with new babies. It will invest in a portfolio of evidence based parent programmes during pregnancy to address domestic violence and abuse, obesity, nutrition, smoking and alcohol consumption.