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- Earliest award date
- 18 May 1998
- Latest award date
- 08 May 2017
This project, based in Sheffield, aims to improve the delivery of and access to child centred/friendly services for young refugees and new migrants, aged 5-19 years, living in South Yorkshire. The project will also work with the wider community to help achieve more tolerance and understanding through increased social and cultural integration.
This project based in York works with disabled young people in their transition into adulthood. It will provide young people, including those with autism and profound disabilities, with essential skills and confidence training to become volunteers in their local communities. The project will widen the aspirations of disabled young people beyond traditional day centre provision, helping them to make a positive contribution in their communities, rather than being the receivers of services.
Role play and reading bonanza 09 Jul 2009
This group provides out of school childcare to children from 2 - 11 years in the Dunnington area of York. They will use the award to purchase new equipment and furniture to develop a story corner and a role play area. The project will also encourage children to experiment with basic life skills such as play, cooking, laundry and dressing and undressing.
Missing from Home (Greater Manchester) 13 Jan 2011
This project provides preventative and targeted support to children and young people who are at risk of or have run away from home or care. The project currently runs a service in Manchester and Salford: this award will allow it to develop the service and extend its operations into Oldham. It works to combat the underlying causes of running away and will endeavour to prevent problems escalating into further crisis.
The SMART Project 08 Dec 2010
This project in Newcastle ensures disadvantaged children, young people and families in the area are able to stay safe, enjoy a good childhood and settle successfully into Newcastle life. Activities include partnership working and training, targeted support through leisure and issue based group work, targeted support with individual young people and support work with the family as a whole.
This project aims to support young people at risk of sexual exploitation and to educate families on the dangers of online grooming. The project will target boys and young men, with a focus on vulnerable groups, such as children in care, young people in pupil referral units and those with mental health problems. It will help people escape abusive relationships and tackle truancy and aggressive or criminal behaviour. This will be done through outreach work, advice, awareness raising and e-safety awareness.
Community VIPS 18 May 2011
This is a project by a voluntary and community organisation in Hulme, Manchester. The group will use the funding to train young people to deliver sports and dance activities to the local community. This will promote a positive image of young people in the area, enable them to gain respect within the community and provide activities during the summer holidays.
This new project will offer support to vulnerable new arrivals aged 11 and over in Oxford to enhance their educational attainment, life chances and integration into society.The project aims to address a range of issues by recruiting volunteers from the local community to provide in-school educational support for these recently arrived children. Support will also be offered to the parents to help them support their children and involve them in the school and wider community life.
Nottingham Community Mentoring project 11 Nov 2009
This Nottingham project is the development of a pilot project held in London. The project will recruit adult volunteers from the community, train them as mentors and match them with vulnerable young people aged 11 to 14 who would benefit from one to one support. Beneficiaries may be at risk of truancy, or be victims of crime and bullying, young offenders, young people with difficult home lives and those experiencing difficulty with periods of transition, such as from primary to secondary school.
Youth and Community at Risk 10 Mar 2010
This development of a pilot project will raise awareness of sexual exploitation of young people in Greenwich and deliver a support service for children and young people who are at risk. The project will work with boys and girls aged 11-18 who have run away or are at risk of running away. One to one support, mediation and volunteering opportunities delivering workshops in schools and community venues will then be offered to the young people and their families.
Strong Voices - Strong Lives 10 Mar 2010
This project will aim to improve the delivery of and access to services for vulnerable unaccompanied asylum seeking children (UASC) in Birmingham and Coventry and work with the wider community to ensure promote tolerance and understanding. The project will develop a community-based response to the needs of vulnerable UASC in the West Midlands and provide them with the emotional, social and practical skills and support needed to lead fuller lives and help them make the most of their opportunities.
Young Carers In Focus 06 May 2011
'Young Carers in Focus' is an England wide learning and awareness project running over four years, operating from London, with activities taking place throughout England, delivered by The Children's Society. It will enable young carers to be heard and provide better access for them to practical advice and support. It will include recruiting 230 young carer champions from across England who will act as ambassadors and help to raise awareness of young carers.
Moray Cedar Project 01 Feb 2012
The project will introduce the CEDAR groupwork approach, through a partnership approach with local statutory agencies including health, education, social work and the police. CEDAR is a 12-week therapeutic groupwork programme for women, children and young people who have experienced domestic abuse. The aim of the programme is to help families rebuild relationships and move on from their experiences of domestic abuse. The grant will pay for salaries, organisational overheads and travel costs.
The group will research the idea of a supportive employment programme for young people living in Perth and Kinross, who have been involved with the Criminal Justice System. The group will examine how the UK Government's Green Deal initiative can offer skills training for its target beneficiary group.
This is a development of an earlier project that aims to prevent family breakdown in refugee families in Blackburn with Darwen through targeted support and advocacy services that identify individual needs of family members and plan appropriate interventions. The asylum and refugee community advocacy and support service (ARCASS) will ensure that families are safe and will encourage environments for refugee children to thrive.
Pacific Waves 21 Nov 2012
The Dorset based project will support children, young people, families and parents experiencing issues resulting from domestic violence. A one stop shop service will include therapy, counselling (including trauma reduction) and mediation. The premises will provide specialised space for parent and child to seek help separately or together. The support will focus on rebuilding relationships, timely counselling and activities for children including initial six week intensive support.
Busy Bees Bonanza 08 Aug 2012
This is a project by an incorporated charity in Sheffield. The organisation will use funding purchase a new climbing frame and improve access to the outdoor play area; for pre-school aged children. This will provide access and equipment to encourage outdoor and independent play for young children.
Lewisham Village - A Better Start 01 Aug 2013
A project in Lewisham that will support parents with children under the age of three living in Evelyn, New Cross, Bellingham and Downham.The project will work with local partnerships to support family relationships at home, a hub where families and friends can meet, and access to support services, and resources including skills, knowledge and time.The project aims to address issues of domestic violence by providing early intervention to help support victims and their children.
Uplands Children's Centre 26 Mar 2014
The school in Watford will use the funding for an outdoor play facility for a childrens centre. This project will replace the unsafe current play facility and will encourage healthy outdoor play and community interaction..