- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Total awarded
- Largest award
- Smallest award
- Earliest award date
- 07 Aug 2001
- Latest award date
- 08 May 2017
Reduce child sexual exploitation (CSE) across Hampshire, IoW and Reading.
Grant awarded to Barnardo's - Newcastle (Durham) 07 Aug 2001
To assist young carers and their families to receive support and services, which enable them to function as a family.
Grant awarded to Barnardos (Tyne & Wear) 12 Jul 2011
To pilot targeted support for women and children who are recovering from the impact of domestic abuse in Newcastle.
To continue work with sexually exploited young men across Teesside.
This project will develop a new service which will provide early intervention and intensive support to families in Inverclyde with children up to the age of five who have been diagnosed with, or are awaiting diagnosis of a disability. Barnardoâ€™s Inverclyde Support Team will support the project which seeks to engage with families who are less likely to access services and are most at risk of isolation.
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.
Barnardos Housing Project Northumberland 13 Jan 2006
This support group for young parents aims to create a self help group where young mums can provide support and various training. The group will use an award to provide courses in self defence, First-Aid and Alternative Therapies. They will also undertake a residential trip.
Participation Support Service 24 Aug 2006
The organisation will appoint a participation worker, within Signpost Leaving Care Service, who will work to develop and improve the opportunities young people have to be involved in and make decisions about the services provided to care-leavers in Wakefield. The project will establish and support a Service-User's Steering Group, which will have access to the service's Partnership Review Group.
This project will provide a Children's Health Worker to facilitate the development of a Young People's Café run by and for young people. The Café will offer training in Health & Hygiene Practices and catering skills and will also provide a platform for health improvement discussions. Café West healthy living centre in Bradford will be used as a base for this project.
Caterpillar project 24 Mar 2006
The project will provide one-to-one and group support for young people in the mental health system in Cardiff. This will enable them to access services to prevent a deterioration in their mental health. The project offers a holistic model of social, emotional and practical support which will help young people recover and develop.
Out There 24 Mar 2006
The project over 5 years will provide 100 disadvantaged and disengaged young people in Newport with extensive, effective support to overcome multiple problems and to access mainstream and specialist services. These young people are hidden from formal provision and many agencies experience great difficulty in establishing and maintaining contact with them.
Barnardo's Carmarthenshire Family Links 23 Apr 2007
The project is to provide an outing for disabled young people and their families. The money will pay for travel, entrance fees, and sessional workers costs.
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.
Helping Hands 13 May 2008
Barnardos will continue its current 'Helping Hands' project in Cumbria, which helps support family learning in the home. Funding will be used to employ a range of workers who will visit families in their homes, enabling parents to engage with their children in learning and aiding communication within the families. The project will also take place in some local community centres.
The project will enable 50 young carers to visit a safari/theme park, including transport for one day. This activity will help to build on social skills, independence and make links with young carers in the borough who share the same experiences and issues.The grant, over 1 year, will fund entry to Drayton Manor, food and refreshments, transport and staff costs.