- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 18 May 1998
- Latest award date
- 24 Jan 2018
- Total GBP grants
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The aim is to support children and young people aged four to 16 who have experienced domestic violence in the past and are living away from the abusing parent. They will have been the victim of or witnessed the abuse of a parent or carer.
A fact finding visit to Israel 06 Nov 2006
A project in Israel, West Bank and Gaza to conduct research, liaise with local partners and employ a part-time operational manager. The aim of this study would be to research the need for conflict resolution education and advance healthcare. Research into activities such as art and sport for both Israeli and Palestinian young children with the aim of ultimately rebuilding trust, friendship and reconciliation will also be conducted.
Leading Edge 29 Nov 2006
Led by ideas, problems and solutions identified by young refugees, including young carers, this project will support their progress in schools. Young people participating in Leading Edge will be empowered to solve their own problems, articulate their needs, and will be supported to address some of the barriers they have identified to integration and attainment in school.
Reach Out Project 09 May 2007
This project is an expansion of existing services that will offer support to children and young people at risk of running away from home in Devon. The project will improve young people's access to confidential and friendly support that will be provided in a private environment that is not adult-orientated. They will work with a range of agencies including the Police, Social Services and children's homes.
Helping Disabled Children express their feelings 08 Jul 2005
A project to develop an interactive website for young disabled people in Birmingham/Solihull. The website will provide local information and news on issues appropriate to the beneficiary group aswell as discussion forums for users to interact with each other.
Safeguarding Young People 21 Feb 2006
While as many young people aged 11 and above are on child protection registers as younger children, research suggests that older children are less likely to receive a child protection response. Little is known about what influences practitioners when making decisions about referring young people and what happens when referrals are made. Research in other countries have also highlighted the need for age-specific approaches to child maltreatment but this issue has received scant attention in the UK.
Lights, Action, Camera for Drama 20 Jun 2007
This Trust works in partnership with the local authority to develop educational services. It will use an award to extend and add value to its out-of-school drama club for Looked-After children by broadening the range of arts activities on offer to include art, craftwork, photography and music. Participants will have the opportunity to work towards Bronze, Silver and Gold standards of achievement and the organisation will work towards an Arts Mark award.
This three year project in the Batticaloa District of Sri Lanka will support children with physical and mental disabilities and their families. No localised facilities for children with disabilities exist since the area was ravaged by the Tsunami in December 2004. This project will set up five satellite centres offering similar services in Odamavadi, Vakarai, Palchenai, Panichankemy and Puliankandadi which are all to the north of Batticaloa where there are currently no facilities.
'bfriends' East Lothian 16 Apr 2008
This project will raise the self esteem, confidence and life skills of vulnerable isolated young people whose support structures have been eroded through changing family structures. This project will provide a befriending service to young people aged 5 to 16 years of age. The project will run for 5 years and will reach 70 young people, 70 families and offer volunteer opportunities to 70 adults. The project will fund the salaries, training, equipment, administration and volunteer costs.
C.A.T.S (Children Active Together Safely) 23 Sep 2008
This group will use funding to deliver a eight-week programme of activities to five small community groups. The activities will relate to the Every Child Matters agenda and will include workshops on healthy eating, physical exercise, arts, crafts and drama. The project will target children and young people who have additional needs and have been affected by anti-social behaviour or domestic violence.
Fire and Water Project 16 Sep 2008
This project aims to provide play activities for children and young people across the East Midlands including campfire cooking, boating and dam building, working with play rangers, fire brigades and existing play facilties. The project aims to change the perception of fire and water play and give other organisations the confidence to run these types of activities themselves. The project will benefit 1,200 children and young people aged 5 to 15 years old, including children with disabilities.
North Devon Young Fathers Network 10 Mar 2010
This project will provide a confidential support and information service for young fathers aged 14 to 25 and their children, aged five and under, in North Devon. The project will help establish professional mentoring relationships and trust between project staff and the beneficiaries. Activities will include setting goals to access educational and training opportunities and sessions at local children's centres to gain positive parenting skills and improve emotional well-being and life outcomes.
Hope Young Refugee Service 13 Apr 2010
This project will provide information and advocacy on a one to one and group basis for young people aged 11-19 living in Manchester, Trafford and Salford who are refugees and asylum seekers. It will aim to increase their emotional resilience and ability to solve their own problems, and increase respect and understanding between British-born young people and new migrants. The project will also work closely with local schools and colleges to promote understanding and deliver group work.
The SMART Project 08 Dec 2010
This project in Newcastle ensures disadvantaged children, young people and families in the area are able to stay safe, enjoy a good childhood and settle successfully into Newcastle life. Activities include partnership working and training, targeted support through leisure and issue based group work, targeted support with individual young people and support work with the family as a whole.
Family Support - Health Detectives 24 Mar 2011
This community group based in Stoke-on-Trent, serving beneficiaries across the UK, will use funding to develop a network of family support volunteers in Staffordshire. This will increase disabled children and young people's access to information regarding equipment, treatment, therapies and specialist support information, about conditions and support groups.
Inclusion Matters 17 Apr 2013
This new project aims to help young refugees and migrants have a more integrated experience of school and community life in Oxford. It will also work with young people's families to provide more stability and help the parents support their children. The Children's Society will work in partnership with schools and colleges, social services, and a local supported housing agency to run a mentoring and advice drop-in service, as well as therapeutic support for those aged five to 19 years.
Family Support - Health Detectives 29 Feb 2012
Caudwell Children will develop a network of family support volunteers, assisting families that have children with disabilities or additional needs. The project meets the Awards for All aim of improving the quality of life. This grant for £4,995 will fund child protection accreditation costs, volunteer training, volunteer recruitment, printing, postage, telephone, stationary, volunteer expenses, travel, subsistence and administration.
Tyne Gateway - Extending the Reach 13 Dec 2011
The Tyne Gateway project will expand work tackling child poverty across North and South Tyneside, and engage around 270 families to raise children's behavioural and educational abilities. A successful pilot to deal with unemployment and lack of skills in the community is being adapted to address wider and more complex issues. 'Family entrepreneurs' will work with families to assess the help and support they need. These entrepreneurs will be from the local community and have experienced similar issues.