- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 20 Apr 2006
- Latest award date
- 15 Aug 2016
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Funding for the executive director 29 Oct 2008
A three year grant to support the Director to expand Tender's effective arts-based prevention scheme, developed with and for groups of young people, that aims to tackle domestic and sexual violence. Tender will scale up the Trust programme so that it not only raises awareness of domestic violence but attempts to change policy, share good practice and make real, practical improvements to the lives of young people in Britain's schools.
Research into stigma and drug addiction 18 Nov 2009
Funding for the first phase of a wider investigation into how stigma towards recovering drug users is a major barrier to re-integration and social inclusion. This first phase of research will provide concrete evidence on the extent and nature of stigma, explore the implications of this, and disseminate findings to inform development of policy and practice.
River of Music (Cultural Olympiad Initiative) 08 Dec 2009
Support for Serious to develop and deliver four participatory projects (in London, Glasgow, Norfolk and Dorset) that will culminate as part of 'World River', the major Cultural Olympiad initiative that they are developing as part of 'Sound'. 'World River' will be a spectacular, free curtain-raiser to the 2012 Games, taking place at various iconic locations along the banks of the River Thames on the weekend of July 21 and 22, a week before the Opening Ceremony.
The Box 17 May 2010
To develop an educational programme, in partnership with schools across London, for The Box, a new publicly accessible arts and science research studio based at the Science Museum and led by Neuroscientist Beau Lotto and his Lottolab studio.
Developing and testing a 16-week model of sex and relationships education for 40 young women (13-20) within Islington's Somali community.
Exceptional Funding Project 11 Oct 2012
SOF innovation camp winner. Development of a secure online referral system that can help migrant young people apply for UK government 'exceptional funding' scheme when they have been refused legal aid.
Women's Voices 14 May 2013
Using examples of cooperative initiatives involving Jewish, Christian and Muslim women in Israel, young women will develop and run a cross-communal project in Manchester.
An artists' talks programme in UK regional museums on the occasion of the acquisition by the museums of work by the artist donated by CAS.
Young people develop the communications skills to manage conflict effectively and mediate between peers, improving the school learning environment and modelling leadership.
Long-term individual and group psychotherapy, arts and sports activities, literacy, philosophy and music workshops, therapeutic retreats, support during asylum-seeking process and case-work.
School Support Worker - Phase 2 16 Oct 2006
To develop relevant learning programmes and materials for supplementary schools and develop training for supplementary school staff and managers
To develop a quality mark and learning community to improve the impact of youth social action programmes in developing young people's skills and creating social impact. 19 Oct 2015
The organisation plans, with support from the Dartington Social Research Unit, to pilot a shared approach to evaluation and learning across six diverse member organisations. This will provide evidence of impact to funders and commissioners, as well as to establish a set of quality standards for the sector.
Almeida Theatre and its production: Boy 08 Feb 2016
Support to underpin the collaboration between Almeida Projects and Arsenal in the Community’s Positive Future around the main stage production of “Boy”, by Leo Butler - a play that focuses on social exclusion. Performance pieces will be written by young people across four different settings, with a film-maker documenting the process and Arsenal players reading the finished works alongside actors.
This grant will support a series of performances named after Claus Moser. Lord Moser was a life-long friend of Paul Hamlyn and was closely involved with the Foundation, first as an adviser and then as a trustee.