- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Total awarded
- Largest award
- Smallest award
- Earliest award date
- 07 Aug 2001
- Latest award date
- 06 Dec 2016
Reduce child sexual exploitation (CSE) across Hampshire, IoW and Reading.
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.
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.
Tullycarnett Family Support and Outreach Project 23 Jan 2006
The project will help build more stable family lives, help children become better prepared for school and engage families in community networks by delivering a programme of centre bases and home based sessions.
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.
Flintshire Young Carers - 'Carers are Us' 29 Jan 2007
A project to enable young carers aged 10-19 living in Flintshire to particpant in residential activities. The project will enable the particpants to have respite from caring, develop confidence and skills, and share experiences and coping strategies.The grant will pay for transport, staff costs, accommodation, activities and subsistence.
The project is to support children and young people aged 10-19 in Flintshire by providing a number of interventions to prevent and/or reduce the negative outcomes they are at risk of experiencing as a result of parental substance misuse.
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.
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.
Making Change Happen 17 Jul 2009
This project will make contact with socially excluded young people across the North East and work with them to identify how they might influence decisions about their lives. Project activities, services and training will be tailored to meet the different needs of the young people involved and could include awareness training workshops, writing newsletters, media influencing and using creative arts. Young people will be employed on the project and trained to deliver the project to peers.
Barnardo's Bounce Back Christmas Adventure 14 Oct 2009
Barnardo's, Cardiff Branch will take a group of young people from wide range of backgrounds on an outing at Christmastime where they will engage in a wide range of activities which will improve their skills and self confidence. The project meets the Awards for All aim of 'extending access and participation'. This grant for £1,580 will fund travel costs for a visit to London, cost of activities and refreshments.
This is a two year project working with young people in Newport who are not in education, employment or training, and having difficulties maintaining work placements and tenancies. The project will employ a part-time Housing Debt Advice and Benefits Project Worker whose main focus will be to engage with the young people to improve their financial literacy and maximise their income by supporting them through the benefits system and transition from being on benefits to being employed or on training.
The Aspire Project 16 Apr 2013
Barnardo's will provide co-ordinated, tailored support to 600 young parents in Wrexham and Flintshire focusing on those aged 14 to 25, primarily who are most vulnerable. Using approaches such as a one stop shop service, peer mentoring and advocacy the project will develop their practical, personal and parenting skills as well as the emotional and mental resilience required to make the transition from adolescence to adult and parenthood.
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.
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.
The project will deliver programmes for beneficiaries that will improve their skills, confidence and coping mechanisms to improve their overall quality of life. This will build on the work of the organisation, by enabling and encouraging young women to address and manage their financial issues and aspects of their relationships which have been affected by the recession. Following participation in the programme, support will be given with drop-in sessions and self-help groups.
B. Venture 10 Nov 2010
This project aims to reduce the impact of parental imprisonment on children in the North East where a parent is an offender, who is serving or has served a custodial sentence. It will run therapeutic activity weekends and support groups in which 10 children and 10 carers will attend an activity weekend. The aim of this is to deliver safe but challenging activities.
To complete research on exploitation and identify victims of internal and external trafficking in the North East and Cumbria.