- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 18 May 1998
- Latest award date
- 24 Jan 2018
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Grant to Children are Butterflies 04 Aug 2017
Help us care for families who have lost a child at the worst time in their lives, providing financial support for funeral costs.
Grant to Children England 11 May 2017
£116,000 over two years (£57,500; £58,500) for a f/t Research and Learning Officer and a p/t Network Membership Officer, web developments, workshops and the production of research reports for the 4In10 programme in London.
The project will investigate the changing roles of fathers in their families as well as the changing role of men in their social networks, communities and the workforce as a means to understanding how being a young father can be supported by organisations such as Children 1st and other organisations supporting families.
Media training for young refugees 04 May 2005
The Church of England Children's Society (Children's Society) was established in 1881 and is committed to working for social justice for children and young people. This project is a nationally co-ordinated strategic programme to help young refugees and asylum seekers to articulate their needs and experiences, and to deal confidently with various audiences.
Engage London - Supporting the Children and Young People's Voluntary and Community Sector 20 Feb 2013
The project aims to: 1. Develop organisational capacity and workforce skills:for CYP&F organisations 2. Extend representation, voice and influencing: 3. Strengthen key groups with a focus on addressing equalities, through capacity-building, mutual support and challenge, cross-sector regional and local links; improving and creating accessible channels for evidence-based practice. The programme aims to build capacity with local CVSs and other infrastructure groups/networks; to focus on supporting equalities groups to build sustainable services and meet the needs of the most vulnerable groups. This will be achieved through a partnership between Children England, Partnership for Young London (PYL) and the Race Equality Foundation (REF).
Empowering Parents and Families in Edinburgh 23 May 2017
This charity based in Edinburgh support children and families through a number of initiatives including group support, a free helpline, a kinship care service and a national Safeguarders Panel. The project will provide group support to young parents and parents with pre-5 children in Edinburgh.
CHHAT- Community Hidden Harm Awareness Team 14 Jun 2017
Working in Essex, this project aims to improve the physical and emotional wellbeing of young carers aged 8-19 who are experiencing the impact of caring for someone struggling with substance misuse. There will be a focus on intensive group work, providing a therapeutic environment in which young carers can explore their situation with peers to develop coping strategies. This will help build resilience, self-esteem and confidence.
Restoring immigration legal aid for children 05 Mar 2014
This grant will fund The Children's Society (TCS) for 12 months to document the need for vulnerable children to have access to free legal representation on immigration matters. The research will be used as a 'witness statement' in a forthcoming legal challenge aiming to restore immigration legal aid to children. It will also be published as a research briefing to promote understanding of the experiences of children trying to access their entitlements without legal help.
Grant to Children's University 29 Jan 2013
Towards the salary of a head of development who will help expand their out-of-school learning centres into regions of higher deprivation.
Grant to Parents for Children 26 Nov 2008
Towards the salaries of a project officer and specialist support worker for a new support service for children affected by foetal alcohol syndrome.
This group will use the funding for workshops with children focusing on their rights and parental guidance.
the100: girls and women working to advance rights and human dignity.
Destitute Youth 21 Oct 2015
This is a continuation and development of an existing project to provide support for separated asylum seeking and migrant young people, aged 16-21, who are destitute or at risk of destitution. The project will concentrate their support in Croydon, Newham, Ealing, Brent and Hounslow, allowing for that fact that destitute people cannot be defined to a particular borough.
The north Belfast group supports disabled children and young people and helps families get access to support and services. They are using the grant of Â£9,008 to develop a network of trained volunteers who will raise awareness of disability, especially autism, in the local community. They are also providing a home support plan to families.