- Total grants
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- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 14 May 2002
- Latest award date
- 13 Jun 2019
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
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A national network of "Young Carer Champions" will co-produce a programme of support and training workshops for other young carers so they can increase connections.
Grant to The Children's Society 01 Sep 2016
In 2016 another 3 year commitment was made towards the Community Hidden Harm Awareness work of the East Anglia region. This will help improve the physical and emotional wellbeing of children and young people whose paretns are misusing substances and are victims of abuse and neglect.
Media training for young refugees 04 May 2005
The Church of England Children's Society (Children's Society) was established in 1881 and is committed to working for social justice for children and young people. _x000B__x000B_This project is a nationally co-ordinated strategic programme to help young refugees and asylum seekers to articulate their needs and experiences, and to deal confidently with various audiences.
The Futures Project 04 Jan 2006
The project will run an accredited group work programme for young people aged 11-14 who have been identified as being at a high risk of involvement in anti-social behaviour. The programmes will be run on a rolling 12 week basis and will include some accredited qualifications and group work games about controlling anger and emotions. _x000B__x000B_The project will also run a weekly open access group for young people aged 11-18 to enable older teenagers to provide peer support to the younger participants.
Reach Out Project 09 May 2007
This project is an expansion of existing services that will offer support to children and young people at risk of running away from home in Devon. The project will improve young people's access to confidential and friendly support that will be provided in a private environment that is not adult-orientated. They will work with a range of agencies including the Police, Social Services and children's homes.
This project will address tensions between older and younger people in Greenwich, a need that was highlighted by research and consultation undertaken by the organisation. They will run workshops and other events, using the information gathered to develop an inter-generational conflict resolution programme. Those involved in the project will gain IT, communication and teamwork skills, helping them to gain confidence and self esteem.
Communicate Together 16 Sep 2008
This project is being delivered equally across Warrington and Brighton and Hove and will help parents of pre-school children with disabilities to communicate more effectively through being able to recognise and respond to their child's communication. It will be delivered through home visits and group work and uses specialist techniques, including Makaton sign language and visual props and activities, which will enable children to improve their skills and get more enjoyment from learning.
This project will work across Leeds, primarily with refugees and asylum seekers, supporting them to face and overcome problems such as immigration status, poverty, language barriers and lack of knowledge of the British way of life. The beneficiaries will have a multitude of special needs, their lives having been characterised by turbulence,emotional trauma and family loss. The project will provide information, advice and support on a one-to-one basis to children in vulnerable families, according to need.
Safe Choices 05 May 2011
The Children's Society will lead the Safe Choices project for young women leaving care or leaving young offender institutions. Working in Southwark and Islington the project will provide the young women with practical, therapeutic and advocacy support. It includes counselling and guidance to help the young women build better relationships, improve their self-esteem and cope with peer pressure. Practical help to develop their education, skills and chances for employment will also be provided.
Northwich and Winsford Youth Inclusion Project 13 Jun 2012
The aim of this new project will see Church of England Children's Society provide a range of opportunities for young people aged 10-15 to improve their life chances. Covering Northwich and Winsford County the project will provide support for young people who have been assessed as being at risk from school exclusion, current or future involvement in anti-social behaviour or offending. Activities will take place after school and during school holidays, at schools within the local area. _x000B_
Generatability 13 Dec 2012
Receiving Â£297,471, The Children's Society will bring together young and older generations in the Thanet area of Kent through shared community activities and the creation of an intergenerational hub. The expanding Generability project aims to promote greater communication and respect between generations, by participation in activities such as wildlife conservation work, quiz nights and musical events. Older and younger volunteers will be trained to lead on activities and run the Birchington-based hub.
Pacific Waves 21 Nov 2012
The Dorset based project will support children, young people, families and parents experiencing issues resulting from domestic violence. A one stop shop service will include therapy, counselling (including trauma reduction) and mediation. The premises will provide specialised space for parent and child to seek help separately or together. The support will focus on rebuilding relationships, timely counselling and activities for children including initial six week intensive support.
The Children's Society will use the Â£563,581 grant to help young people who go missing from home as a result of conflict with parents, bullying or because they have been groomed by older men who pull them into dangerous, chaotic and unhealthy lifestyles. The SCARPA project will improve the young people's mental, physical and sexual health and help them develop life skills to establish positive peer groups
Step and Connect 21 Jan 2014
This new project aims to improve the social integration of disabled young people who are in need or have been looked after and/or are leaving care in the London Boroughs of Newham, Tower Hamlets and Camden. Local authorities will make recommendations to the service alongside an extensive partner network. The project includes volunteer befriending, leisure activities, travel training and the assessment of local services to determine their accessibility.
Safe Choices for Young Men 03 Dec 2013
This is a new project by the Church of England ChildrenÂ’s Society (CECS) which aims to reduce the harm suffered by young men affected by sexual exploitation (SE) across all London BoroughÂ’s. It will support the development of their emotional resilience and critical thinking so they are able to respond positively to future exploitative situations. It will also challenge professional and public misconceptions of young menÂ’s roles in SE._x000B__x000B_
Grant to The Children's Society 01 May 2019
The Children’s Society, working with a number of other partners, are piloting a new coordinated crisis support programme to better coordinate provision of emergency financial assistance within local areas. The programme will enable the voluntary and community sector to work together with local government to better coordinate crisis provision to ensure effective support for people facing a financial crisis and stop households falling through the net. The programme aims to address gaps in emergency support provision through better networking of different local agencies (including the Local Authority) involved in the provision of emergency assistance. It also aims to reduce repeat instances of financial crisis by addressing underlying causes.
Inclusive Anti-Bullying Programmes 06 May 2005
Currently disabled and refugee children and young people do not regularly access the Anti-Bullying Team's programme and are not fully represented by its Young People's Steering Group. To address this, the project will extend The Society's anti-bullying programme to include special schools and schools with a high number of refugee children and young people.