- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Total awarded
- Largest award
- Smallest award
- Earliest award date
- 07 Aug 2001
- Latest award date
- 04 Aug 2017
To continue work with sexually exploited young men across Teesside.
Toward extending the Child Sexual Exploitation Hub and Spoke service to Stockton.
To undertake research and identify young victims of internal and external trafficking in the North East and Cumbria.
Prouder Communities (Yorkshire) 30 Nov 2016
This new project will deliver LGBTQ support to children and young people aged between eight and twenty four in North and West Yorkshire, delivered from a central base in Leeds. Activities, workshops and support groups will be aimed at raising awareness and empowering individuals, professionals and communities to tackle homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying.
Big Manchester 27 Nov 2015
The funding will be used to develop a social impact bond (SIB) to reduce the impact of parental mental health issues, domestic abuse, and substance misuse on children aged five to eleven. The intervention will be delivered across Manchester. The four month grant will fund identification of cashable savings, analysis of the existing model, co-commissioner engagement, identification of costs, and other technical support. The SIB will be commissioned by Manchester City Council.
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.
More children, young people and their families in Oldham will enjoy out-of-school education activities, receive advice and support and access play and leisure services. More volunteers will be recruited to deliver the increased services.
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.
Youth Homeless Service, BAYS 20 Mar 2008
The project is to produce a short film looking at the issues of homelessness and living alone from a young persons perspective. The money is for travel costs, refreshments and facilitators fees.
Cyfle Barnardo's Cymru Disability Youth Forum 25 Jun 2007
The project is to enable members of "Barnardo's United, the disability youth forum, to spend a weekend away at an accessible activity centre. The money is for activities and accommodation, transport and staff costs.
Compass Partnership Group Wellbeing Through Art 25 Jun 2007
A project to enable young people to learn new skills in DVD editing, and produce DVDs to share their experiences and voice their opinions and produce DVD guides around specific issues.The grant, over one year, will pay for DVD editing equipment, training and refreshments.
Cardiff Young Family Scheme Supported Housing 26 Nov 2007
The project is to improve kitchen facilities in the communal area of this supported housing project to enable young parents to develop skills in healthy cooking. The grant will pay for kitchen units, worktops, sink, gas hobs, chest freezer, food processor and stainless steel saucepans and roasting tins.
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.
LS CONV Rd 1Care Leavers Convergence Area 24 Mar 2010
A 4-year contract, for £191,000 has been awarded to deliver services to 37 Care Leavers across Denbighshire.The staff employed through the contract will deliver basic independent living skills, basic skills, produce and review personal learning /development plans, and be in a position to provide a holistic approach, respond to the needs of the individual and provide long term and consistent support to Care Leavers to ensure that they progress into education, volunteering, further learning and/or employment.
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.
This project will support around 180 families with children aged five to ten who are affected by issues including parental substance misuse, parental mental health issues and domestic abuse. The project will work with hard-to-reach communities, providing treatment, counselling and therapy. A group of parents and carers will be recruited and trained to perform peer and mentoring support.