- Total grants
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- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 20 Apr 2006
- Latest award date
- 18 Jul 2016
- Total GBP grants
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- Largest GBP award
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Core support for the Roundhouse Studios 18 Mar 2008
To provide creative and technical opportunities for young people aged 13-25 where they learn a range of skills that broaden horizons and raise aspirations. To create an arts environment that is inclusive, creatively and culturally diverse, safe, stimulating and positive.
The Learning & Performance Network (LPN) 16 Dec 2008
Supporting an ambitious national pilot to change the way teachers and artists teach Shakespeare in school; building on the 'Stand Up for Shakespeare Manifesto.'
Phase 2 19 May 2010
MAC-UK would like to extend the reach of its pilot programme, Music and Change: consolidating and growing the existing project, gathering further evidence of its success and providing ongoing consultancy in the approach to ultimately influence UK-wide mental health delivery and policy.
Research to explore the scope for, and implications of, volunteering by young ex-prisoners, with a view to creating practical, evidence-based guidance and policy recommendations.
A grant to Association of Charitable Foundations for Support for policy, advocacy and communications work
Core costs to support this leading provider of advocacy for children and young people through an organisational transition.
Deaf theatre regional pilot project 27 Oct 2014
A pilot programme of outreach, workshops and residential summer camp for deaf young people and children that encourages participation from outside London.
Get The Message 27 Feb 2015
Increasing the capacity of the visual arts sector to support people with learning disabilities as visitors, participants and employees through training, mentoring and recruitment activities.
The Zahid Mubarek Trust (ZMT) advocates for a just and humane criminal justice system to ensure the successful rehabilitation of young and vulnerable prisoners. It focuses particularly on prisoners from black, asian and minority ethnic backgrounds (BME). ZMT aims to build on experience to deliver a new programme of workshops in ten prisons, where they currently work, and build links with existing appropriate services on release. They will recruit two qualified facilitators and aim for the programme to be integral to the organisation going forward.
Support to develop Garage Sale Trail in the UK, a project bringing communities together and encouraging the re-use of unwanted goods. 23 Nov 2015
Garage Sale Trail creates a platform to bring together communities to re-use unwanted goods, fundraise and make new connections through holding hundreds of garage sales on one day. The idea originated in Australia and is being piloted in the UK by the Garage Sale Trail Foundation UK, led by Andrew Dick who has over a decade’s experience in the non profit sector. PHF funding will supporting the on-going development of the project, building on a successful pilot in 2015.
Let Us Learn 07 Oct 2015
Grant towards towards a youth-led campaign (Let us Learn) to develop a movement around migrants’ rights in the UK, focusing on equal access to higher education for young people with immigration status issues in England and Wales.
Embodying Maths: Explore and Test 14 Dec 2015
Following a small-scale pilot with Sheffield Hallam University in 2014, Complicite want to evaluate a drama-based, whole class approach to maths, to see if it improves children’s attainment.
Foyer Federation plans to develop, test and roll out a refreshed model for UK-wide foyers, which will embed the 'advantaged thinking' strengths-based approach to working with young people across its 100-strong member network. The work includes creating and piloting a foyer 'developers' guide', a new accreditation framework, a business model and review of the international literature around advantaged thinking. Foyer Feneration is seeking core support for its work.
Scale Accelerator 18 Jul 2016
The Scale Accelerator is ICSFs structured programme to support replication, helping partners choose from a spectrum of replication or growth models. Working alongside delivery partners The Social Innovation Partnership (TSIP) and the School for Social Entrepreneurs (SSE), the Scale Accelerator enables organisations to assess their readiness for replication, analyse their business model, plan for scale, improve evidence, build a support network and engage in wider learning. Funding will support several grantees to develop clear plans on how they can scale and measure impact.
Support for core salaries and staff development during a period of growth and consolidation 18 Jul 2016
The Winch is a North Camden charity which offers a “cradle to career” pipeline of group and intensive one-to-one activities for children and young people aged 0-25 and their parents. Our grant will part-fund the salary of the Chief Executive as The Winch seeks to consolidate good practice following a period of rapid growth. In particular it will free him to further develop The North Camden Zone, a collective impact approach to working with children and young people, and to plan the charity's move to a major new youth community venue in the area. This builds on the organisation's work as a leader in applying impact measurement to open-access youth work, working with approximately 450 young people aged 11-25 last year.
Groundwork and partnership development 17 Mar 2009
Three strands of work: Groundwork and partnership development, Local Authority Membership packages, and poetry provision for trainee teachers over three to four years.
Positive Pathways Education Programme 27 Jul 2011
England wide. Gender specific, holistic support, skills development, accredited training and progression into emplyment for girls and women offenders and those at risk of offending, onsite and in prisons