- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 18 Apr 1991
- Latest award date
- 12 Jan 2019
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
To test an alternative model of support for women in the criminal justice system with mental health issues
Grant to Arts at the Old Fire Station 06 May 2014
To provide a bridge between the arts and social care sectors and, for vulnerable adults, a route away from being defined purely as a 'service user' towards being a contributor.
Grant to Public Law Project 15 Jul 2014
For liaison with a public affairs organisation, attending lobbying meetings with parliamentarians and drafting and finalising proposed amendments to clauses in the Criminal Justice & Courts Bill.
Insight 26 Nov 2014
For hosting and supporting the Real Insight project to create and test a transformational co-production model led by a group of people with lived experience of multiple and complex needs, which helps organisations to reframe their operations so that people moved from passive recipients to active shareholders in services.
Grant to The Forum for the Future 10 May 2016
To develop a platform which shares existing and ground-breaking systems change thinking; and to transfer knowledge and tools to organisations working with people facing severe and multiple disadvantage.
Grant to Local Solutions 08 Jun 2016
To fund two core salaries and support travel, relationship building and convening activities for a group of ‘generalists’ and ‘specialists’ to explore gaps in practice and interventions with young people facing disadvantage
To establish an independent enquiry into the future of civil society in England.
Camerados 25 Nov 2015
An action research project trialling whether friends and purpose can be the drivers of ‘hard’ outcomes (for example, managing addictions and maintaining tenancy) and also exploring how support can be remodelled to be grounded in friends and purpose.
Strategic Litigation 25 Nov 2015
To use strategic litigation to challenge the overuse of custodial sentencing of women for minor, non-violent crimes and to set legal precedents which other professionals in the field can use to implement widespread changes in practice that result in fewer women being sent to prison.