- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 07 Aug 2001
- Latest award date
- 23 Jan 2018
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
To undertake research and identify young victims of internal and external trafficking in the North East and Cumbria.
CSE Hub and Spoke 07 Oct 2015
The aim of this project is to develop a sustainable hub and spoke delivery model to tackle unmet need around child sexual exploitation awareness, prevention and support work. The applicant will work with Barnardoâ€™s and focus on three areas each, delivering 1:1 assessment, support and group work to children and young people, awareness raising workshops for parents and professionals and linking with small voluntary organisations to offer expertise to build their confidence and understanding of the issues.
CtoC/1/1 Make TRAX 06 Nov 2015
This grant will be used to develop plans for a project to support young people who are not in employment, education or training. The development funding will be used to fund a project coordinator to develop the partnership, undertake consultation with stakeholders and young people and to develop a system to facilitate sharing of materials between partners.
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.
Safer Futures, Oxfordshire 08 May 2017
Activities: Encourage young people to create a forum addressing the needs or replacement of the ramps and also address the needs of other young people. Empower young people to be heard by and work alongside local authorities, such as the town and district council, housing associations and other services, including other young people and members of the community. Support the forum organise regular meetings to discuss ways forward to improve the ramps and increase activities for other young people in their communities. Plan a strategy to raise funds to repair the ramps and the possibility of a shelter for other young people, including contacting local businesses for support and raising the profile of young people in the area. Create an online group. Meeting other groups who have succeed in creating skate forums such as Oxford Wheels project. Services: Training for the forum to lead on initiatives to improve their environment and develop new life skills, through community action and fund raising. Organise Skate Jams. Develop a volunteer programmes and work towards creating more spaces for young people through community development and social enterprise.
This project will provide a Children's Health Worker to facilitate the development of a Young People's Café run by and for young people. The Café will offer training in Health & Hygiene Practices and catering skills and will also provide a platform for health improvement discussions. Café West healthy living centre in Bradford will be used as a base for this project.
Participation Support Service 24 Aug 2006
The organisation will appoint a participation worker, within Signpost Leaving Care Service, who will work to develop and improve the opportunities young people have to be involved in and make decisions about the services provided to care-leavers in Wakefield. The project will establish and support a Service-User's Steering Group, which will have access to the service's Partnership Review Group.
Blackpool Project 02 Nov 2005
The project will target a number of deprived wards in Blackpool and provide a range of groups and activities for young people aged 11 to 15. Groups and activities will be offered free of charge and be open to all young people, but young people facing particular disadvantage, such as school exclusion, special needs, family issues (including poor parenting), involvement in nuisance or anti-social behaviour or a general shortage of activities in an area, will be targeted.
Hamara Baby Band 26 Jul 2007
This project is to restart a 'baby band' for families with pre-school aged children who have Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD). A music therapist will teach families to use music as a form of communication, which will enable them to understand each other's needs and improve the social interaction skills of the child. There will be a musical instrument library so that parents and children can use the equipment at home to progress what has been achieved in the baby band sessions.
Barnardo's Community Play Project 06 Aug 2007
The Barnardo's Community Play Project will use their grant to roll out play opportunities to children across Blackpool. Two new members of staff will be employed to support local communities in organising play activities for young people of all ages, including circus skills, sport and art. The project aims to provide an injection of energy and enthusiasm that will bring communities together and improve children's confidence, creativity, fitness and general well-being.
Carmarthenshire Sibling Carers Service 04 Jul 2007
The project will provide support to carers aged 10-19 in Carmarthenshire. It will include one-to-one emotional support, recreational activities with other sibling carers, setting-up of support networks, clubs, and workshops/courses as well as working with schools to raise awareness and train staff to identify and support sibling carers.
Clebran - Committee Group 20 Mar 2008
The project will enable disabled young people to enjoy mainstream activities through participation in a weekend of outdoor activities and a trip to the cinema. The grant, over 1 year, will pay for outdoor activities, cinema trip, transport and food.
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.
Newtownabbey Family Connections Project 13 Dec 2007
The grant will be used to develop the Newtownabbey Family Connections Project which, if successful at stage two, would build a network of community schools in disadvantaged areas in Newtownabbey providing training and support for local families.
Barnardo's Bounce Back Christmas Adventure 14 Oct 2009
Barnardo's, Cardiff Branch will take a group of young people from wide range of backgrounds on an outing at Christmastime where they will engage in a wide range of activities which will improve their skills and self confidence. The project meets the Awards for All aim of 'extending access and participation'. This grant for £1,580 will fund travel costs for a visit to London, cost of activities and refreshments.
Recession - Caring for People Caring for Money 11 Mar 2010
This is a two year project in Flintshire to work with disadvantaged and socially isolated groups of young people and families, who have been or are at risk of being adversely affected by the recession. The project will provide one day financial capability courses to improve financial literacy skills, helping people maximise their income and minimise their debt. The participants will also be trained to disseminate the information to other young people.
Recession - Cardiff DAB 11 Mar 2010
This is a two year project working with young people in Cardiff who are not in education, employment or training, and having difficulties maintaining work placements and tenancies. The project will employ a part-time Housing Debt Advice and Benefits Project Worker whose main focus will be to engage with the young people to improve their financial literacy and maximise their income by supporting them through the benefits system and transition from being on benefits to being employed or on training.