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- 08 Jan 2018
- Latest award date
- 17 Dec 2018
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Alice Sachrajda and Alex Glennie believe that public places could do more to inspire creativity and support people to live well together. They plan to share stories about people living and working in local communities, starting with a pilot in Oval tube station. Working closely with photographers and illustrators, they will collect and exhibit people’s stories about their identities.
Jason and Samara Jones-Hall are foster carers who want to create a digital solution for children-in-care to safely develop, store and access their life stories. They believe this can help solve practical issues, as well as enhancing children-in-care’s sense of identity by allowing them to develop their own life story as an ongoing process. This grant will support consultation and research into policy, legal and technical frameworks.
Just for Kids Law is a legal charity working with vulnerable young people, supporting them to understand their rights and providing specialist advocacy and representation through their youth-led service model. This grant will support organisational growth and development as part of the Growth Fund annual package of support.
Designing Virtual Youth Work: Young Voices Work 26 Feb 2018
ProMo-Cymru specialises in using digital technology to build positive change with young people their families and their communities. Through this grant, it will research, develop, and share a comprehensive model for digital youth work across its networks in Wales and throughout the UK.
Rolling out the iMatter framework 26 Feb 2018
YMCA Derbyshire supports young people who are at risk of homelessness, or who have struggled to engage effectively with mainstream education. The organisation will roll out its strengths-based iMatter framework across its eight housing services. Learning will be used to influence commissioners and support other local and national service providers to replicate the approach.
Support for Young Futures' CEO 26 Feb 2018
Young Futures provides accommodation, one-to-one support and therapy to young people leaving care in London. It aims to launch two new services promoting new ways of working with young people with experience of care. This grant will contribute to the salary of the CEO, to manage a step change in the impact of the organisation.
PROCESSIONS led a UK-wide programme of banner-making workshops that formed part of the largest participatory textile project ever organised in the UK. The project helped to mark historic rallies led by the suffragettes. It culminated with a mass-participation artwork taking place across Belfast, Cardiff, Edinburgh and London to mark 100 years of women having the right to vote in the UK.
A Cultural Community College 05 Mar 2018
Four year funding will support Slung Low to establish a Cultural Community College at the HUB in Holbeck, Leeds. The college will offer a permanent regular programme of free cultural participation made up of a variety of workshops and courses in a wide range of cultural activities, led by artists and curated by local participants.
Building the Case for School Without Walls 12 Mar 2018
Working in partnership with 5x5x5=Creativity and Bath Festivals, The Egg Theatre will test whether School Without Walls’ enquiry-based model of experiential and creative learning can be used to achieve specific school improvement objectives and to narrow the attainment gap for pupils experiencing disadvantage.
MAP supports 11-25 year olds across Norfolk to make a successful transition to adulthood, through advice, counselling and youth work. This grant will provide core funding alongside an annual package of support towards organisational innovation, development and growth. Investment will achieve youth driven and led growth in service delivery and influence.
Cambridgeshire Culture Card Feasibility 27 Mar 2018
This grant will contribute to the feasibility phase of the Cambridgeshire Culture Card. This programme intends to provide children and young people with a mechanism to access cultural opportunities, track their participation and monitor outcomes.
Support for the Helen Hamlyn Trust 2018-19 01 Apr 2018
The Helen Hamlyn Trust is an independent grant-making trust focusing on the initiation of medium and long-term projects linked to the shared interests of Lady Hamlyn and her late husband Lord Hamlyn. The Trust’s core ethos is to develop innovative projects, which aim to effect lasting change, improve quality of life and create opportunity for the benefit of the public. The Trust’s grant-making is in the fields of medicine, arts and culture, education and welfare, healthy ageing, international humanitarian affairs and heritage and conservation in India.
We Are Routes provides free language and confidence-building workshops for refugee and asylum seeking women, using theatre, play and improvisation. This grant will support research and testing of course content and trials with London-based community groups.
Glow Knitwear Development 03 May 2018
Comet Chukura is the creator of Glow, a fashion brand that creates reflective and ethically made knitwear aimed at the cycling and running market. Glow currently provides employment opportunities for two East London-based women makers experiencing disadvantage. This grant will support Glow to undertake research and prototyping to develop a summer range to generate year-round income and increase employment opportunities.
Rochdale Connections Trust provides a range of services and early interventions for young people, including mentoring, coaching, one-to-one work and counselling. This grant will fund the CEO’s salary, enabling the organisation to develop and expand its services, whilst building organisational sustainability.
FUTURE RADICALS 14 May 2018
Transform is a producing company based in Leeds. Its programme includes large-scale participation projects made in collaboration with a range of individuals and communities, and its biennial festival presents work that spans performance, live and digital art. This grant will allow Transform to pilot a youth theatre programme that culminates in a youth takeover as part of its 2019 festival. It aims to create a more empowering, collaborative and diverse offer for young people that increases access and participation in theatre, whilst engaging young people to inform the organisation’s thinking, programming and priorities.
Get It Loud In Libraries 14 May 2018
This grant will increase the organisation’s capacity to deliver an expanded offer of live music events in libraries across the UK. The programme will include creative workshops and bespoke progression opportunities for local young people.
SeaQuest will develop and test a marine-themed, arts-based teaching programme for Keystage 2 and 3 pupils. Delivered on the beach and in the classroom, the initiative will also explore the impact on children’s creativity, attainment, well-being and confidence.
All the School's a Stage 04 Jun 2018
Southwark Teaching School Alliance and Shakespeare’s Globe are collaborating to train teachers and leaders in eight Southwark primary schools to incorporate drama techniques into their classroom practice. The project will see Year 1 and Year 3 teachers from each school take part in professional development led by Globe practitioners. Actors will work alongside teachers in their classrooms, using dramatic storytelling techniques to support the children’s development in speaking, reading and writing. The second year of the project will see the same teachers embed their learning into their school’s curriculum, leading their own professional development sessions for staff and creating a unit of work to incorporate the new approaches.
Valuing Voices targets continuing professional development and learning (CPDL) for primary arts teachers and school leaders. Ksent will work in partnership with Canterbury Christ Church University and arts practitioners from Confidance, Jasmin Vardimon Dance Company and Turner Contemporary. Through exploring dance, drama and visual arts, teachers and arts practitioners will collaborate, co-learn and co-construct the curriculum, to benefit schools, arts practitioners and pupils with profound and multiple disabilities. Valuing Voices aims to empower primary practitioners as arts leaders in their schools, to be confident, innovative and creative. The initiative seeks to build a sustainable model of CPDL and to impact the wider network of schools within the Trust.