- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Total awarded
- Largest award
- Smallest award
- Earliest award date
- 10 Mar 1998
- Latest award date
- 26 Jul 2017
Mission, Models, Money Programme 20 Apr 2006
National research programme and campaign to propogate new solutions and models of management for not for profit arts and cultural organisations.
A grant to Brighton Early Music Festival Limited for VIVA RECORDER! (A series of workshops in schools)
Summer Activities for Young People with ASD 29 Jun 2006
A grant to Parents of Autistic Children Together (PACT) for Summer Activities for Young People with ASD
The V&A is applying for support towards an artists in residence programme, with an emphasis on public engagement.
A Place for Learning 26 Mar 2007
Following the 2004 report (co-funded by ACE, HLF and others) - Space for Learning: A Handbook For Education Spaces in Museum, Heritage Sites and Discovery Centres) - the Clore Duffield Foundation wishes to investigate the role of learning in the cultural organisations of the 21st century. The report will look at models of best practice; make recommendations about training and CPD for learning staff and about the monitoring of the impact of learning.
E-Mentoring Project 16 May 2007
An e-mentoring programme, created in partnership with NCH for individuals in or leaving care, to enable them to become socially engaged through education and employment.
A grant to City University (London) for a Scoping Study for Research into Undocumented Migrants
Voicelab & Artists in Residence 27 Mar 2007
The first major grant that supports the artistic programme that will bring to life the refurbished Royal Festival Hall - focusing on Voicelab and artists in residence.
"Teachers in the Know" a new resource to help teachers support children in care at school. 17 Jul 2007
"Teachers in the Know" : a new resource to help teachers support children in care at school.
"Live Music Network" 05 Nov 2007
A digital/broadcast media project to enable LSO to connect and develop learning experiences with communities of all ages, abilities and background across London and the UK.
To develop and deliver an accredited Professional Diploma in non-Western peforming arts targeted ta BME students .
To create Britain's first building-based acting ensemble for young audiences. Incremental recruitments will result in nine actors and a company manager being part of the team by the end of the 3rd year of the grant.
Peer Mentoring Programme 14 Jul 2008
A programme of peer mentoring at Kensington and Chelsea College to improve the achievement and retention rates for young people aged 16 to 25 years who are ex offenders, at risk of offending, disadvantaged, disaffected or not in employment, education or training.