- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Total awarded
- Largest award
- Smallest award
- Earliest award date
- 07 Aug 2001
- Latest award date
- 06 Dec 2016
To develop a 'hub and spoke' model of working with sexually exploited children and young people in a North East local authority area.
Grant awarded to Barnardos (Tees Valley) 22 Jul 2011
To pilot the provision of family day conferences to better support children who have been, or are at risk of being, abused on Teesside.
To undertake research and identify young victims of internal and external trafficking in the North East and Cumbria.
Grant awarded to Barnardos (Tyne & Wear) 11 Dec 2012
To provide intensive support to women and children who are victims of abuse where there are child protection concerns.
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.
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.
Carmarthenshire Sibling Carers Service 04 Jul 2007
The project will provide support to carers aged 10-19 in Carmarthenshire. It will include one-to-one emotional support, recreational activities with other sibling carers, setting-up of support networks, clubs, and workshops/courses as well as working with schools to raise awareness and train staff to identify and support sibling carers.
Somali Play Project 30 May 2007
The Somali Play Project will develop the capacity of the Somali community to provide play opportunities for children. With a focus on families playing together, it will increase access to existing facilities, work with Somali families in their homes, run family fun days, set up a cycling club and provide residential camps. Training on including Somali children will also be given to play workers in the community.
Compass Partnership Group Wellbeing Through Art 25 Jun 2007
A project to enable young people to learn new skills in DVD editing, and produce DVDs to share their experiences and voice their opinions and produce DVD guides around specific issues.The grant, over one year, will pay for DVD editing equipment, training and refreshments.
Newtownabbey Family Connections Project 13 Dec 2007
The grant will be used to develop the Newtownabbey Family Connections Project which, if successful at stage two, would build a network of community schools in disadvantaged areas in Newtownabbey providing training and support for local families.
Clebran - Committee Group 20 Mar 2008
The project will enable disabled young people to enjoy mainstream activities through participation in a weekend of outdoor activities and a trip to the cinema. The grant, over 1 year, will pay for outdoor activities, cinema trip, transport and food.
Recession - Carers Money Matters 11 Mar 2010
This is a two year project in the Caerphilly area. The project plans to increase the financial capability of young carers and their families. Through the provision of group work and individual support they will be equipped with financial literacy skills to maximise their income and minimise debt. The project will also assist the transition into adulthood through assistance towards accessing employment, training or education and referral to local basic skills providers.
Recession - 'Cadw Cownt' Caban Bach Barnardo's 11 Mar 2010
This project will support parents who have financial worries by providing a drop in service and group based activities. The activities will help families budget their finances, ensure a better take up of benefits, deal with debts and save money. Telephones and computers will be made available for families at the Centre. Short courses and specific training on financial skills related training will take place, and the group will be able to share money saving ideas.
The project will allow the organisation to support disadvantaged families suffering economic hardships, by increasing awareness of local resources and services and by providing training and services to support these families. The grant over two years will employ a Child and Family worker and pay for project running costs.
Recession 2 - Money Management for Care Leavers 18 Oct 2010
The project will work with young care leavers who have been or are at risk of being adversely affected by the recession. The project plans to equip these young people with the financial literacy skills they need to maximise their income and minimise the debt they may incur in the current financial climate through the provision of financial capability courses.
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.
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.
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.
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.