- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 20 Apr 2006
- Latest award date
- 11 Mar 2019
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Breaking the Sound Barriers 07 Nov 2016
Attitude is Everything supports the music industry to improve deaf and disabled people's access at music venues and festivals. This grant enables the organisation to develop and expand its programmes, increasing its evidence base and ability to influence the industry and policy. Attitude is Everything will grow and diversify its team of 'Mystery Shoppers' who rate music events for accessibility, increase relationships with smaller and grassroots venues and increase sign ups to its 'Charter Programme' which recognises good practice around arts access.
CPT will test whether an artist-led approach to audience diversity can motivate audiences from BAME backgrounds currently underrepresented to attend. Further, they aim to gain better understanding of the barriers preventing emerging artists from BAME background entering the field of contemporary theatre making. They intend to use this learning to inform their wider organisational policy and practice.
Conductors for Change - conducting training for teachers leading mixed-ability ensembles 08 May 2017
This work builds on the Conductors for Change programme, a small pilot with Teach First music teachers, which successfully initiated and sustained mixed-ability ensembles in secondary schools. Orchestras for All wants to explore whether the continuing professional development and learning programme can be adapted into a blended model (delivered through a combination of online and face-to-face elements) in order to broaden its reach.
This grant will support London Emergencies Trust to temporarily increase its administrative and casework capacity to deal with the scale and complexity of work involved in providing financial assistance to the injured and bereaved at Grenfell.
organisational and programme development 24 Jun 2008
A three-year grant to support the Artistic Management Team in order for it to focus on new areas of work. In particular DU aims to continue and expand its 'Academy' dance training model to work across divided communities, working in particular with the Asian community in Bradford and with 'warring factions' in the East End of London. In addition, the company intends that its studios become a dance hub for all young people in Yorkshire, providing opportunities for its targeted beneficiaries to mix with others. r.
Protege 12 Nov 2007
Protege is an innovative one year action research programme that aims to support 20 excluded young people in self-directed learning and creating artwork on their own terms as a means of demonstrating to educators and governments the importance of alternative approaches to learning . The project is intended to channel young people's interests, improve their awareness and raise their aspirations towards FE and / or creative enterprise as well as influencing policy makers and mainstream provision.
The Learning & Performance Network (LPN) 16 Dec 2008
Supporting an ambitious national pilot to change the way teachers and artists teach Shakespeare in school; building on the 'Stand Up for Shakespeare Manifesto.'
Evaluating the 'INCLUSIVE' Project 17 Feb 2011
Pilot randomised controlled study of the INCLUSIVE intervention. INCLUSIVE improves the school environment, institutes restorative justice approaches and delivers a social and emotional skills curriculum.
Get the Message 18 Jul 2011
To underpin the further development of Get the Message, a long term gallery programme of education work for artists, teachers and young people with profound and multiple learning difficulties.
Core Funding 06 Dec 2011
Core funding for three years to enable Dance United's Artistic Management Team to continue to develop and deliver its award winning programmes for disadvantaged and hard to reach young people
Deaf theatre regional pilot project 27 Oct 2014
A pilot programme of outreach, workshops and residential summer camp for deaf young people and children that encourages participation from outside London.
A grant to Transform Justice for Reframing criminal justice in England and Wales Stage Two
Action Space London supports the development of artists with learning disabilities. It plans to trial half-day workshops in public spaces across London. These will be faciliated by people with learning disabilities to enable their peers to explore their creativity and enjoyment of visual arts.
Support to develop Garage Sale Trail in the UK, a project bringing communities together and encouraging the re-use of unwanted goods. 23 Nov 2015
Garage Sale Trail creates a platform to bring together communities to re-use unwanted goods, fundraise and make new connections through holding hundreds of garage sales on one day. The idea originated in Australia and is being piloted in the UK by the Garage Sale Trail Foundation UK, led by Andrew Dick who has over a decade’s experience in the non profit sector. PHF funding will supporting the on-going development of the project, building on a successful pilot in 2015.
Embodying Maths: Explore and Test 14 Dec 2015
Following a small-scale pilot with Sheffield Hallam University in 2014, Complicite want to evaluate a drama-based, whole class approach to maths, to see if it improves children’s attainment.
Scale Accelerator 18 Jul 2016
The Scale Accelerator is ICSFs structured programme to support replication, helping partners choose from a spectrum of replication or growth models. Working alongside delivery partners The Social Innovation Partnership (TSIP) and the School for Social Entrepreneurs (SSE), the Scale Accelerator enables organisations to assess their readiness for replication, analyse their business model, plan for scale, improve evidence, build a support network and engage in wider learning. Funding will support several grantees to develop clear plans on how they can scale and measure impact.
Only Connect works with Londoners aged over 16 who are currently in or leaving custody. It will develop a more sustainable business model. It will convert its 4000-square-foot head office into a local hub with hot-desking, room hire and catering to generate revenue and provide opportunities for members. It will also seek to inform national policy and practice, and encourage replication of its model outside London.
Khulisa works nationwide to support young people to break the cycle of exclusion and crime and transform their lives. A grant will contribute to the salaries of the Development Director, a new Monitoring and Evaluation Manager and an additional facilitator. This grant will enable the organisation to both scale and deepen impact for young people, to strengthen its evidence base and increase its influence on policy and practice in the education and the criminal justice sectors.