- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Total awarded
- Largest award
- Smallest award
- Earliest award date
- 14 May 2002
- Latest award date
- 04 Aug 2017
Grant to Children England 17 Jun 2015
over three years as unrestricted funding for this membership organisation for charities working with children, young people and families across England
Grant to Children England 28 Jan 2015
£104,000 over two years (£51,000; £53,000) for a Membership Officer and a Research & Learning Officer, plus running costs, to enable the 4 in 10 network to develop its work tackling child poverty in London.
Multi-Sensory Area 21 Aug 2004
This centre provide afforable day care for children with parents on a low income, providing a inclusive service for children with special needs and opportunities for children to lean and develop through play and interaction. The centre aims to establish a multi sensory area which would benefit children with special needs. Sensory in box kit (#1655), 4xflexi pillow (#776), 2 fold away gym mat (#384), 2 trike small (#306), 2xtrike med (#329(, 2xtrike large (#353)
Inclusive Anti-Bullying Programmes 06 May 2005
Currently disabled and refugee children and young people do not regularly access the Anti-Bullying Team's programme and are not fully represented by its Young People's Steering Group. To address this, the project will extend The Society's anti-bullying programme to include special schools and schools with a high number of refugee children and young people.
This project will address tensions between older and younger people in Greenwich, a need that was highlighted by research and consultation undertaken by the organisation. They will run workshops and other events, using the information gathered to develop an inter-generational conflict resolution programme. Those involved in the project will gain IT, communication and teamwork skills, helping them to gain confidence and self esteem.
The project aims to improve the delivery of, and access to, child friendly services for young refugees living in Nottingham. The project will also work with wider community members, and raise awareness around why young refugees flee their homes and help young refugees to tell their stories. This project aims to help young refugees who have already suffered upheaval in their home country to cope with bullying, marginalisation, isolation and uncertainty when they arrive in this country.
Diary Awards Scheme 22 Mar 2006
The project will provide a means for young people aged 13-19 to undertake projects benefiting young people in their community. The scheme will be targeted at areas of greatest deprivation in Thanet and promoted to young people experiencing particular disadvantage, including ex-offenders and those at risk of offending.
Restoring immigration legal aid for children 05 Mar 2014
This grant will fund The Children's Society (TCS) for 12 months to document the need for vulnerable children to have access to free legal representation on immigration matters. The research will be used as a 'witness statement' in a forthcoming legal challenge aiming to restore immigration legal aid to children. It will also be published as a research briefing to promote understanding of the experiences of children trying to access their entitlements without legal help.
Stand by Me 08 Apr 2015
This new project will use its funding to help unaccompanied asylum seeking, refugee and migrant children and young people aged 16-21 to have better life chances. The project will offer services including holistic advice and advocacy through one-to-one support and drop-in surgeries. The chance to build confidence and make new friends through social activities will be offered. Awareness raising sessions will be held with professionals who regularly work with this beneficiary group.
Grant to Children Ahead 01 Mar 2015
This project will provide speech and language therapy together with occupational therapy to young people from the Orthodox Jewish community with moderate learning difficulties to help with educational attainment and to increase their self-confidence.
Grant to Children's Society 01 Nov 2015
This project will provide one to one support to young people at risk of child sexual exploitation. The project will help reduce the number of children who go missing increase their likelihood of completing school and improve their life chances.
National Mentoring Initiative (Nottingham) 13 Aug 2009
This London-based charity will use an award to give young people in Nottingham better life skills by running a mentoring programme. The aim is to provide peer and adult mentors within the community, as a source of support for young people to realise their potential.
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.
This project aims to engage and motivate families with children up to five years old in two of the most deprived wards in the area. These families are reluctant to access statutory and other support services for their children and themselves, which is having a detrimental effect on their child's development and quality of life and is pushing them into social isolation. The project will offer support options in various local, accessible locations and timings will be arranged to suit the families involved.
Inclusion Matters 17 Apr 2013
This new project aims to help young refugees and migrants have a more integrated experience of school and community life in Oxford. It will also work with young people's families to provide more stability and help the parents support their children. The Children's Society will work in partnership with schools and colleges, social services, and a local supported housing agency to run a mentoring and advice drop-in service, as well as therapeutic support for those aged five to 19 years.
Creative Magic Minds 08 Feb 2017
This is a project by a community organisation in Merton, serving beneficiaries in Kingston upon Thames. The group will use the funding to deliver a series of art support sessions that will focus upon young people who are not in education, employment or training. This will improve levels of self-esteem and enhance the confidence of people who have a range of complex needs.
Devlt -Investing in the Regions 14 Jul 2005
NCVCCO is the umbrella agency for child care/family support organisations within the voluntary sector. It aims to ensure the well-being and safeguarding of children and families through maximsing the voluntary sector's contribution to the provision of services. This application is a development of an earlier grant. The project building on the original work, aims to embed the existing regional infrastructure in England for those organisations involved in child care/family support.
The project aims to improve the delivery of and access to child friendly services for young refugees and their families, including advice, information and avocacy as well as emotional and peer support in order to empower and support young people who are disadvantaged by language barriers, legal processes, bullying, discrimination and social isolation.