- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 11 Jan 2013
- Latest award date
- 19 Dec 2013
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
105.9 Academy FM Folkestone Motiv8 26 Feb 2013
105.9 Academy FM Folkestone Motiv8 is a work training programme for 16-19 year old NEETs to develop their speaking and listening skills and to improve employability skills and attitude to work through presenting on the radio.
Supporter To Reporter For Success 26 Mar 2013
'Supporter To Reporter For Success' will support 1,280 11-16 year olds to develop their speaking and listening skills through becoming sports reporters. Participants will progress through a structured skills framework, going on to apply what they have learned at high profile sports events and access 'career tasters' offered by media partners including the BBC and Sky. DigitalMe and partners The For Success Foundation will pilot flexible resources to be shared with Playing for Success clubs and schools nationwide.
Future Fires Next Generation 04 Feb 2013
Supporting young socially engaged arts leaders to deliver projects in their communities through a new partnership delivery model, which extends activities to other parts of the country.
Allsorts 04 Feb 2013
A pioneering three-year programme of participatory creative events reaching adults with learning disabilities, adaptable to the new personalised budget model for social care.
Bounce Back -- Working Inside and Out 19 Feb 2013
Through the gates support, training and employment focused on painting and decorating for young offenders. In-prison support and mentoring leading to accredited training and community volunteering following release and up to 12 months employment.
To establish a core public programming, audience building, venue, promoter and artist support, as a secure, high quality, creatively exciting flagship for the story-telling sector.
The Getting A-head Project 05 Nov 2013
The Getting A-Head supplementary education programme will motivate and empower young people to make positive decisions about their future education, training and employment options.
Outside In 04 Feb 2013
Funding for a transitional year for Outside In, to enable Pallant House Gallery to establish a sustainable delivery model for this important national programme.
The ySOTSEC-ID collaborative of practitioners and researchers will develop an accessible, manualised group treatment programme for children with learning disabilities and harmful sexual behaviour.
Integrated Youth Programme 22 Apr 2013
To create long-term opportunities and progression routes for NEET young people to access art-based activities to develop their employability, social and life skills.
Scale up of TLG's early intervention work 16 Jul 2013
Scaling up an early intervention programme to provide behaviour coaching for children at risk of truancy and exclusion, supporting them for up to a year, including during the primary to secondary transition period.
A PHF Special Initiative grant for 'What works? Student retention and success change programme'
Out of the Blue 28 Oct 2013
Five art clubs, with activities linked to gallery programming, for children aged 6-11 supported by learning disabled artist volunteers. Related network to support sharing.
Veterans in Practice Programme 15 Jul 2013
Support to develop FACT's programme for artists and veterans and to create a model of good practice that can be rolled out across a range of arts sectors.
Director Kinship Care NI 24 Sep 2013
To oversee Kinship Care NI in helping and supporting children and young people in kinship care, informing public policy and practice and building organisational capacity.
Conducting safe space dialogues about difficult issues and difference with communities being targeted by far right groups.
Complements to 4 05 Nov 2013
A pilot supplementary education programme, in partnership with eight Leicester and Birmingham primary schools. Aqoon will develop confidence and study skills in a group of targeted ten year olds who are not working at the expected level for their age in English and maths.