- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 15 Mar 2005
- Latest award date
- 04 Oct 2018
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Prouder Communities (Yorkshire) 30 Nov 2016
This new project will deliver LGBTQ support to children and young people aged between eight and twenty four in North and West Yorkshire, delivered from a central base in Leeds. Activities, workshops and support groups will be aimed at raising awareness and empowering individuals, professionals and communities to tackle homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying.
CtoC/1/1 Make TRAX 06 Nov 2015
This grant will be used to develop plans for a project to support young people who are not in employment, education or training. The development funding will be used to fund a project coordinator to develop the partnership, undertake consultation with stakeholders and young people and to develop a system to facilitate sharing of materials between partners.
Big Manchester 27 Nov 2015
The funding will be used to develop a social impact bond (SIB) to reduce the impact of parental mental health issues, domestic abuse, and substance misuse on children aged five to eleven. The intervention will be delivered across Manchester. The four month grant will fund identification of cashable savings, analysis of the existing model, co-commissioner engagement, identification of costs, and other technical support. The SIB will be commissioned by Manchester City Council.
CtoC/1/1 - Make TRAX 12 May 2016
This project aims to reduce the number of young people not in employment, education or training (NEET) by providing support to those who are at risk of becoming NEET. They will focus on hotspot areas and target participants from priority groups. These include the long term unemployed, lone parents, people with disabilities, BAME communities and those with housing and substance misuse issues. The project will work with high profile employers, with some work placements already agreed.
North East Together 26 Mar 2018
This group will, over five years, use the funding to re align family support services ensuring families are provided with direct and targeted support at the time they require it and by the correct service. They will achieve this through a fundamental system change at the point of interface between social work, third sector, education and health and will place families at the centre of the process so that they become more empowered to take control of their lives.
Development of MF/2/010005020 12 Jul 2005
This project will facilitate and deliver courses in strengthening families and communities. Participants will meet to support each other, with facilitated workshops focussing on issues such as anger management and solution building. The project will create greater cohesion within families and enable them to function better within their communities. Volunteers will work as co-facilitators, gaining valuable skills.
The project will appoint a project worker to recruit and support volunteers aged 16-24 who will be matched to disabled young people aged 11-19 to enable them to access local community activities with someone of a similar age-group.The grant, over three years, will pay for the salaries of a full time project worker and a part time administrator and associated costs, training, travel, volunteer expenses, and volunteer recruitment.
Cardiff Young Family Scheme Supported Housing 26 Nov 2007
The project is to improve kitchen facilities in the communal area of this supported housing project to enable young parents to develop skills in healthy cooking. The grant will pay for kitchen units, worktops, sink, gas hobs, chest freezer, food processor and stainless steel saucepans and roasting tins.
Barnardo's Community Play Project 06 Aug 2007
The Barnardo's Community Play Project will use their grant to roll out play opportunities to children across Blackpool. Two new members of staff will be employed to support local communities in organising play activities for young people of all ages, including circus skills, sport and art. The project aims to provide an injection of energy and enthusiasm that will bring communities together and improve children's confidence, creativity, fitness and general well-being.
Recession 2 - Hidden Harm 18 Oct 2010
The project will work with vulnerable, disadvantaged and socially isolated children under the age of 11 of substance misusing parents within Flintshire, some of whom have older siblings and/or parents who are already involved with other Barnardo's projects aimed at older children. The project will use various interventions to equip children and their parents with the skills and resilience to prevent or reduce the negative effects of parental substance misuse on them.
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.
Cyfle Barnardo's Cymru Disability Youth Forum 25 Jun 2007
The project is to enable members of "Barnardo's United, the disability youth forum, to spend a weekend away at an accessible activity centre. The money is for activities and accommodation, transport and staff costs.
LS CONV Rd 1Care Leavers Convergence Area 24 Mar 2010
A 4-year contract, for £191,000 has been awarded to deliver services to 37 Care Leavers across Denbighshire.The staff employed through the contract will deliver basic independent living skills, basic skills, produce and review personal learning /development plans, and be in a position to provide a holistic approach, respond to the needs of the individual and provide long term and consistent support to Care Leavers to ensure that they progress into education, volunteering, further learning and/or employment.
LS RCE Rd 2 Care Leavers Competitiveness Area 24 Mar 2010
A four year contract, for £251,000, has been awarded to Barnardo's Cymru, working with CAIS Ltd and Careers Wales North East to work with 40 Care Leavers from the Wrexham area. The contract will deliver basic living skills, produce and review personal learning / development plans, and be in a position to provide a holistic approach and respond to the needs of the individual, providing long term support to ensure that they progress into education, volunteering, further learning and / or employment.
Best Start Boro 01 Aug 2013
Barnado's in Middesbrough received a development grant of £389,531 and will develop plans to provide 35 family support assistants from the local community to deliver anti natal support to around 900 pregnant women per year. In the plans, groups of expectant fathers will also be offered support. Services to promote language and communication will be commissioned and there are plans to provide breast feeding support.
Family Development Service 03 Sep 2013
This continuation of the Family Development Service (FDS) project in Barnsley will be delivered by Barnardo's to provide innovative family support. This includes families who are facing issues such as: isolation; low confidence; domestic violence; drug and alcohol misuse and poor mental health. Many of the families are at point of crisis and are potentially at risk of breakdown. The project will reach 300 parents and 420 children.
Girls with Sexually Harmful Behaviour 13 Dec 2011
The project will develop standardised assessment tools for use with teenage girls who have engaged in sexually harmful behaviour towards others, including a treatment manual for professionals, allowing these girls to reduce any risks they pose to others and allow them to move toward healthy adult relationships. The grant, over three years, will employ a Senior Practitioner, pay for consultancy, travel, publications, overheads and running costs.
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.
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.