- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 03 Mar 1997
- Latest award date
- 09 Apr 2019
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Thrive Outreach 23 Mar 2016
The group will use the funding to deliver a series of awareness workshops that will support the needs of men living with the effects of HIV. This will challenge issues surrounding isolation and improve the wellbeing for people accessing the events.
Archwaychidi Project 08 Mar 2017
This project will deliver job preparation training to black minority ethnic women who are disadvantaged and excluded from the job market. This will improve their prospects and help remove barriers to employment.
Youth Into New Business 17 Jun 2015
The group will use the funding to deliver an employment training programme for the benefit of young people living in the local area. This will provide beneficiaries with support and training to help improve their employment prospects.
Islington Giving 25 Aug 2016
Led by the Foundation, six charitable funders and a further 12 partners will provide funding to reduce isolation and unlock community assets in Islington particularly to benefit older people, younger people and families.
Islington Cultural Understanding Project 16 Nov 2016
This project will use the funding to run cultural awareness workshops for children and young people. This will enable participants to learn about other cultures, raising awareness of the prejudice and discrimination faced by people from ethnic minorities.
The group will use the funding to deliver physical activities and promote the benefits of healthy living for women from BME communities facing social barriers. This will address beneficiariesâ€™ health and well being.
Cut Films competition website project 18 May 2016
The group will use the funding to redevelop their website that is aimed at educating young people about the harmful effects of smoking. This will improve the groupsâ€™ effectiveness to deliver their aims, improving beneficiariesâ€™ health and wellbeing.
The group will use the funding to help Somali women improve their chances in obtaining employment and developing their own enterprises by attending a seven week course. This will enable them to be more active citizens and more included within the community and develop their own skills and abilities and have better chances in life.
St Gabriel's Jubilee Anniversary Celebration Serving Islington
The group will use the funding to continue to provide a weekly support group to help bereaved parents in the community. They will also use funding to support the monthly meetings they hold. This will mean members can continue to receive support from the community and will reduce their feelings of isolation.
The group will use the funding to train vounteers to identify foreign national women who are victims of human trafficking held in prisons. This will provide beneficiaries' with support whilst their cases are resolved.
Celebration 08 Sep 2016
The organisation will use the funding to hold an event to celebrate youth culture. This will enable the organisation to lift the spirits of the community and allow young people to showcase their talents and be part of something positive in an area that experiences anti-social behaviour and gang and fatal knife crime attacks. An additional Dragon's Den type challenge will allow young people to pitch their business ideas to local professionals.
The group will use the funding to create resources for service providers and the women they support who wish to leave prostitution. This will enable them to provide and access support and information which meets their practical and emotional needs.
Funds for 27 Specialised Alzheimer's Week Across 3 UK Centres
Grant to Council of Somali Organisations 25 Jul 2018
CSO is seeking funding towards AQS and London Youth Quality Mark accreditation, fundraising training, staff and trustee training, a governance review, a community needs assessment and to develop a business plan
Grant to Room to Heal 29 Jan 2014
This therapeutic community provides counselling and wider emotional and practical support to refugee and asylum seeker survivors of torture. Its caseworkers help clients access services, secure housing and integrate into UK society
Grant to Eritrean Community in the UK (ECUK) 08 Jul 2015
providing support to the Eritrean community, particularly noting the recent increase in this community with newly arrived members. The grant will fund the costs of the business & project development plan and the fundraising strategy
Grant to Maya Centre 08 Oct 2014
The Maya centre provides specialist counselling and support focusing on highly vulnerable women many of whom have experienced domestic abuse, sexual abuse and/or sexual exploitation. It is seeking funding towards its core service provision