- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 20 Apr 2006
- Latest award date
- 18 Jul 2016
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Impact measurement research project 27 Mar 2009
To support the appointment of an evaluation consultant to collate best practice examples in terms of measuring the impact of work on participants and communities and develop guidance notes and models for orchestras.
Transition costs to enable ICAR to move to Runnymede Trust
National Memory, Local Stories 25 Sep 2012
A partnership with five other museums in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales, using the Great War centenary, to change the way major historical anniversaries are understood, increasing their relevance for young people today.
Organisational Development 21 Aug 2013
To undertake a period of organisational development in order to develop a robust business strategy to realise the artistic ambitions of ATMA Dance.
The RSA is running a series of investigations to explore the implications of key education policies in England and across the UK and to propose new ideas for policy and practice in response to their findings. PHF is supporting an investigation into lifetime outcomes for BME young people.
To cover additional time for the General Manager and Artistic Director so they can grow the "Workin Process" platform programme.
Endowment Fund 12 Dec 2006
Continuation of a long standing relationship bewteen Paul Hamlyn Foundation Hamlyn Foundation and the Royal Opera House and establishment of a perpetual Paul Hamlyn Foundation education fund.
Joint Lecture Series 14 May 2007
Excellence and innovation: pushing the boundaties of educational practice A proposal for a joint lecture series by the RSA and Paul Hamlyn Foundation
Active Encouragement Programme 19 Oct 2015
Sound and Music will investigate how to address inequalities of development opportunity for composers – and how to ensure that, once on a programme, individuals from diverse racial and socio-economic backgrounds do not drop off before completion. Our grant will support the testing of more diverse residencies; a mentoring scheme; and a pilot course in East London for young composers/music creators.
The Frontline Immigration Advice Project will offer a tailored capacity development programme for frontline destitution support organisations enabling them to provide OISC advice. This will grow the number of organisations outside London providing general immigration legal advice, enabling specialists operating at Level 2 & 3 to work more effectively. The project will build on work RA has been operating since December 2015 and will address the fragmentation of immigration advice provision. It will link immigration advice providers and refugee and migrant support organisations, to facilitate cross sector collaboration through improved signposting, referral pathways and immigration advice skill development.
Immigration Advice Capacity Network 18 Jul 2016
The Immigration Advice Capacity Network will build a network of London organisations providing OISC advice, to facilitate cross sector collaboration through improved signposting, referral pathways and immigration advice skill development. Through the network CHC will establish a more effective system for immigration casework referrals across the network to ensure those with the most complex cases are able to access specialist advice.
Open Grants evaluation of Truancy and Exclusion theme (in partnership with New Philanthropy Capital - NPC). 02 Apr 2009
Open Grants evaluation of Truancy and Exclusion theme (in partnership with New Philanthropy Capital - NPC).
The BAFTA Youth Mentoring Programme. 08 Feb 2010
The BAFTA Youth Mentoring Programme aims to improve the life chances of young people from disadvantaged backgrounds by offering opportunities within a media-based mentoring programme.
Two Culture & Participation Fellowships 12 Jul 2010
Targeted at individuals within organisations or working freelance who show a strong commitment to encouraging people to be actively and practically involved in the arts and culture, as a maker and/or participant