- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 25 Sep 1997
- Latest award date
- 09 Aug 2019
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Grant to Barnardo's 29 Jan 2015
over two years towards the salary and associated costs of a two year apprenticeship based within the National Independent Visitors Network, working with young people in care_x000D_ _x000D_
Halthy eating activities at Ryde High school 23 May 2005
This Barnado's branch works with young people in the Ryde area. It will start up new activities at Ryde High School to encourage the pupils to eat and think more healthily. An Awards for All grant will pay for leader, dietician costs and resources and as a result 'cook and eat' sessions will take place after school each week, there will be an after school healthy food week and a summer holiday ACTIV-8 scheme.
Tullycarnett Family Support and Outreach Project 23 Jan 2006
The project will help build more stable family lives, help children become better prepared for school and engage families in community networks by delivering a programme of centre bases and home based sessions.
The project will appoint a project worker to recruit and support volunteers aged 16-24 who will be matched to disabled young people aged 11-19 to enable them to access local community activities with someone of a similar age-group.The grant, over three years, will pay for the salaries of a full time project worker and a part time administrator and associated costs, training, travel, volunteer expenses, and volunteer recruitment.
Somali Play Project 30 May 2007
The Somali Play Project will develop the capacity of the Somali community to provide play opportunities for children. With a focus on families playing together, it will increase access to existing facilities, work with Somali families in their homes, run family fun days, set up a cycling club and provide residential camps. Training on including Somali children will also be given to play workers in the community.
Cardiff Young Family Scheme Supported Housing 26 Nov 2007
The project is to improve kitchen facilities in the communal area of this supported housing project to enable young parents to develop skills in healthy cooking. The grant will pay for kitchen units, worktops, sink, gas hobs, chest freezer, food processor and stainless steel saucepans and roasting tins.
The aim of the project is to help male perpetrators of domestic abuse affect change so that they gain an understanding of the impact of domestic abuse and teach them a range of skills that will lead to calmer, more respectful behaviour, enabling them to control their actions more successfully, have a more positive relationship with their partner or ex partner and provide a safer environment for their children.
Hopscotch 11 Dec 2012
The association will deliver the 'Hopscotch' project for families in Angus who are affected by parental substance misuse. It will seek to improve families' relationships, increase their resilience and improve children's wellbeing. The project will provide a menu of support options for children, young people and parents tailored to their needs. Options include one-to-one support, befriending and mentoring, support for young carers, family groups, and parenting support. _x000B__x000B_
Prouder Communities (Yorkshire) 30 Nov 2016
This new project will deliver LGBTQ support to children and young people aged between eight and twenty four in North and West Yorkshire, delivered from a central base in Leeds. Activities, workshops and support groups will be aimed at raising awareness and empowering individuals, professionals and communities to tackle homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying.
The project will enable 50 young carers to visit a safari/theme park, including transport for one day. This activity will help to build on social skills, independence and make links with young carers in the borough who share the same experiences and issues.The grant, over 1 year, will fund entry to Drayton Manor, food and refreshments, transport and staff costs.
Better Start Leicester Our Future Generation 01 Aug 2013
The portfolio will consist of six projects with some projects interlinking. There are community champions across all projects with clear roles for each one already defined. Below is an outline of these six projects._x000B_SEE FILE FOR FULL DETAILS
Best Start Boro 01 Aug 2013
Barnado's in Middesbrough received a development grant of Â£389,531 and will develop plans to provide 35 family support assistants from the local community to deliver anti natal support to around 900 pregnant women per year. In the plans, groups of expectant fathers will also be offered support. Services to promote language and communication will be commissioned and there are plans to provide breast feeding support.
Connected Northumberland 01 Aug 2013
Barnado's will use Â£398,966 to develop plans to expand the range of professionals available to families. Community hubs will be created and existing facilities will be refurbished and upgraded. There are also plans to increase breastfeeding rates above the national average. Parents were consulted in May 2013 through sessions in children's centres which highlighted problems faced by parents around nutrition, affordable healthy food, lack of tools for parents to support children's communication and language.
Family Development Service 03 Sep 2013
This continuation of the Family Development Service (FDS) project in Barnsley will be delivered by Barnardo's to provide innovative family support. This includes families who are facing issues such as: isolation; low confidence; domestic violence; drug and alcohol misuse and poor mental health. Many of the families are at point of crisis and are potentially at risk of breakdown. The project will reach 300 parents and 420 children.
This project provides education and awareness raising initiatives to young people aged between 13-18 in Middlesbrough through an outreach service. It will be delivered through two education packages 'Protecting Self and Keeping Safe' and 'Respecting Self', the second of which is accredited enabling young people to gain a level two academic qualification.