- Total grants
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- Total recipients
- Total awarded
- Largest award
- Smallest award
- Earliest award date
- 07 Aug 2001
- Latest award date
- 06 Dec 2016
For work with young people at risk of sexual exploitation, including young men, in Middlesbrough and Stockton.
To undertake research and identify young victims of internal and external trafficking in the North East and Cumbria.
To continue work with sexually exploited young men across Teesside.
Halthy eating activities at Ryde High school 23 May 2005
This Barnado's branch works with young people in the Ryde area. It will start up new activities at Ryde High School to encourage the pupils to eat and think more healthily. An Awards for All grant will pay for leader, dietician costs and resources and as a result 'cook and eat' sessions will take place after school each week, there will be an after school healthy food week and a summer holiday ACTIV-8 scheme.
More children, young people and their families in Oldham will enjoy out-of-school education activities, receive advice and support and access play and leisure services. More volunteers will be recruited to deliver the increased services.
Youth Homeless Service, BAYS 20 Mar 2008
The project is to produce a short film looking at the issues of homelessness and living alone from a young persons perspective. The money is for travel costs, refreshments and facilitators fees.
Newtownabbey Family Connections Project 27 Mar 2009
Barnardo's will use the grant to run the Newtownabbey Family Connections project, a network of four local community schools to improve the education, health and opportunities of young people and their families in Newtownabbey's most disadvantaged areas.
Recession - Caring for People Caring for Money 11 Mar 2010
This is a two year project in Flintshire to work with disadvantaged and socially isolated groups of young people and families, who have been or are at risk of being adversely affected by the recession. The project will provide one day financial capability courses to improve financial literacy skills, helping people maximise their income and minimise their debt. The participants will also be trained to disseminate the information to other young people.
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.
One Community 28 Jul 2010
The project will work with migrant families and members of BME communities in Flintshire who are isolated and hidden from core services and provision and mainstream services to breakdown down barriers and improve accessibility for all. The project will also deliver user-led community cohesion activities.
Eleri 13 Dec 2011
This project will support 500 families in Cardiff with the most complex needs and problems, which can have a significant impact on the lives of children. These families are frequently are at risk of being in the revolving door cycle of provision, and this project will provide tailored practical and emotional support to enable them to take control and turn their lives around.
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.
Hopscotch 11 Dec 2012
The association will deliver the 'Hopscotch' project for families in Angus who are affected by parental substance misuse. It will seek to improve families' relationships, increase their resilience and improve children's wellbeing. The project will provide a menu of support options for children, young people and parents tailored to their needs. Options include one-to-one support, befriending and mentoring, support for young carers, family groups, and parenting support.
YouTurn 18 Apr 2012
This project will work with young men and boys involved, or at risk of becoming involved, in street gangs and violence. It aims to increase their aspirations, employment skills and family support and reduce their involvement in violent or offending behaviour. The project will deliver an accredited programme of group work sessions in local venues covering identity and masculinity, communication, wellbeing and relationships.
To complete research on exploitation and identify victims of internal and external trafficking in the North East and Cumbria.