- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 20 Apr 2006
- Latest award date
- 04 Sep 2019
- Total GBP grants
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SHAK - ARC Youth Club 26 Jun 2018
Up-skill and empower young people to become researchers and leaders , equipping them with better “life skills” (confidence, communication etc.) for future life & careers while also supporting the community to 'grow its own' youth leaders.
The Difference 22 Nov 2018
Research into effective interventions for reducing NEETs, in schools for excluded pupils and mainstream. Interventions actioned through Difference Leaders programme in alternative provision schools, then led in mainstream.
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.
Scene & Heard work in Somers Town in London, an area of high deprivation, providing one-to-one, creative mentoring for children aged 9+. They will test a new style of project for older participants enabling them to deepen relationships with returning members aged 14-16 and explore how local partnerships enhance project delivery.
Reach Out and Reveal 30 Jan 2017
Akademi wants to deliver a programme in two schools for children with Autistic Spectrum Conditions (ASC), exploring how dance can be more successfully delivered for ASC pupils and how the movement vocabulary of South Asian Dance, such as hand gesture and facial expression, might particularly support pupils’ communication and physical needs.
Music in Detention brings immigration detainees and communities together to create and perform music, increase wellbeing and change attitudes to people who migrate. This grant will provide core funding to support the organisation’s strategic development, including audience development work, performance practice and collaborations, and the development of artistic infrastructure and financial stability.
Just for Kids Law is interested in learning lessons from their campaigning and communications activities in relation to a key legal case on student finance for young people whose immigration status meant they were unable to access student loans: R(Tigere) v Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills  UKSC 57. The study will examine the ways in which an organisation can plan a strategic litigation campaign on a particular issue and assess the benefits and risks associated with these activities.
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.
Based in Islington, Abianda works with gang-affected young women and the professionals who support them. This grant will fund a Training and Participation Officer to grow the organisation’s income generating training arm. This would allow the Director to focus on scaling delivery and developing strategic partnerships.
Campaign Bootcamp work to develop and deliver training programmes that give people the skills, network and resilience to tackle important social issues. Campaign Bootcamp plan to focus their future work on three priority areas over the next three years: migration, mental health and disability rights. Through this grant, they seek to embed the migration stream in their training by adapting the programme’s syllabus, structure and outreach to potential participants.
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.
Legal support 09 Jul 2018
Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants (JCWI) provides legal support for people who have migrated to the UK and their families, specialising in immigration and asylum law and policy. Through this grant, JCWI will increase public and political support for immigration reform through two related activities: public affairs and parliamentary work and a membership programme to build a national movement of those with lived experience and their allies.
This grant will fund the set-up and establishment of the 5Rights Foundation, supporting children’s rights in the digital environment. The grant will contribute to the Director’s salary for the first two years and the creation of a 5Rights Children’s Commission.
NYO Young Promoters 09 Nov 2018
Through this grant, the National Youth Orchestra will deliver a participation programme which empowers young people to co-produce and promote NYO concerts in schools and at regional arts venues. Over the next four years, NYO will work to further embed peer-engagement and youth-led decision making across its programmes.
Core support over two years 04 Dec 2018
Copenhagen Youth Project provides a safe, youth-led space for young people in the Caledonian Road and Barnsbury area – an area which is amongst the 20% most deprived areas nationally. The organisation runs a range of events and activities to help young people experiencing disadvantage to learn, develop and build a positive future.
Core support over two years 04 Dec 2018
New Horizon Youth Centre provides a support network for 16-21 year olds experiencing homelessness. They provide hot food, showers, laundry, help in finding accommodation, training and employment. They also offer counselling and a range of workshops in life skills to help young people at a pivotal moment.
Endowment to Coram Children's Legal Centre 04 Dec 2018
Founded in 1739, Coram has a vision for every child to have the best possible chance to live a fulfilling life. The organisation supports children and young people from their earliest days to make often difficult transitions to adulthood. Their work focuses on children whose rights are jeopardised, children who are without their birth parents because they were abused or neglected; and children who have fled conflict to seek safe haven in our communities. This contribution to Coram’s existing endowment fund will support work on children’s rights and children’s voice.
ThinkForward provides long-term coaching to young people at risk of unemployment, supporting their transition into further study and employment. Through this grant, the organisation will develop a digital coaching toolkit to enhance delivery and consistency across the East Midlands, London and South East.