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- Earliest award date
- 28 Apr 2006
- Latest award date
- 19 Mar 2019
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Geese Theatre Company will deliver 3 years of activity developing each participants theatrical and personal skills, with the aim of raising self-esteem and confidence, increasing well-being and motivation to change. Every year, the ensemble will present their work at Birmingham Repertory Theatre and in community spaces reaching a wide audience of friends, peers and professionals.
The Muslim Youthwork Foundation (MYWF) was established to inform work with Muslim young people and brings together a range of experience and expertise to influence the development of Muslim youth work approaches. This grant will support a series of events, conversations and develop resources and other activities to mark the twentieth anniversary of the report, Islamophobia: A Challenge for Us All.
Development Project for Hub 2.0 14 May 2018
The Impact Hub Birmingham aims to build a fairer, more equal and just city. This grant will support the organisation to develop a proposal to move to a new site to scale activity and to work on their business plan.
Pupil engagement in designing programme. Significant use of ICT. Focus on the arts and cultural identity / diversity.
To further develop REACT 21 Nov 2018
Free Radical is a youth-led company in Birmingham that supports young people to develop skills, confidence and networks through creative activities and events. This grant will support the senior team to ensure that governance and infrastructure keeps up with increased levels of delivery during a period of significant organisational growth.
Contribution to growth plans 19 Mar 2019
The Jericho Foundation supports people experiencing disadvantage to gain skills to secure sustainable employment. Core funding will support strategic and operational growth, and allow the Foundation to scale and replicate social enterprises that equip and empower young people to become financially independent.
Capsule capacity and organisational development 08 Feb 2011
Organisational support for two years to ensure successful delivery of Home of Metal and Supersonic in 2011; including development of a five year plan.
Midlands Young Writers Programme 22 Apr 2013
Midlands Young Writers Programme: a collaboration between the writing agencies in the east and west Midlands to improve and offer greater coverage of youth literature activities in the Midlands. Building a network of young people's creative writing groups, developing a series of young people's writing festivals, offering writer development resources to young writers.
Funding to replace the short-term Festival Co-ordinator contract with a new year-round post and re-imagine the Supersonic Festival in a new venue and format.
Strengthening the case for Theatre in Education 01 Feb 2016
By improving its approach to evaluation and promotion of its work, BB plans to strengthen the case for theatre in education in response to the current challenging educational context. It will also deliver and evaluate its ‘End of Reason’ programme (focusing on World War One) to 90-100 schools and Pupil Referral Units.
Beatfreeks would like to grow the quality and reach of its programmes to support an additional 70 young leaders over the next two years. It will employ an Operations Manager, who will lead on programme development, review evaluation and impact measurement processes, and investigate a social licensing model.
Strengthening monitoring and evaluation to support programme and organisational development. 09 Jul 2018
Funding will support Sport 4 Life to increase the capacity of its Research and Impact Manager, allowing the organisation to create a new impact strategy, improve its delivery model and diversify income.
Young People's Learning Clubs 06 Oct 2008
A leadership development programme for young people aged 14-19, at risk of exclusion, that will involve these young leaders in setting up and delivering activity clubs for younger pupils with poor attendance and behavioural issues.
East EAZ Learning Away Partnership 07 Jul 2009
Strong curriculum links / integration. Strong EAZ partnership committed to collaborative working. Active pupil participation in planning / design. Special school pupils integrated with mainstream. Commitment to engaging all groups / tackling cultural barriers that prevent attendance.