- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 04 Jan 2019
- Latest award date
- 19 Dec 2019
- Total GBP grants
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Towards The Edge, a Teen Suicide awareness project.
Towards staff costs for the woodland garden project in Camden Town.
Towards the costs of an annual arts festival to improve mental health.
A grant to Geese Theatre Company 24 Jan 2019
£10,000 towards creative projects in specialist prisons. Geese Theatre Company works with people in prison, on probation or those in a mental health setting. They put on interactive shows and facilitate drama based group work which allow for discussion of offending issues, explore life choices and encourage positive change. This project will support the delivery of 5 day creative projects within specialist prisons.
A grant to Anawim Women Working Together 27 Jun 2019
A restricted grant of £20,000 towards salaries of prison in-reach workers carrying out through the gate work. Anawim is a women's centre which aims to support vulnerable women, through courses and activities that will increase social responsibility, skills and awareness. A holistic approach includes counselling and drop in sessions. This project delivers support directly with women leaving prison into the community.
A grant to Hope Projects 25 Apr 2019
An unrestricted grant of £15,000. Hope Projects supports refugees & asylum seekers whose asylum appeals have been refused. It provides housing, emergency support and legal advice & representation.
Grant to Home-Start: Stockland Green / Erdington 20 Feb 2019
over three years towards the salaries of targeted support workers to engage with families with complex needs at a Home-Start working across North Birmingham
Grant to Roshni Birmingham 27 Feb 2019
over three years towards core costs including the salaries of specialist outreach workers for a charity in Birmingham supporting women, mainly from South Asia, who have experienced domestic violence
Grant to Urban Devotion Birmingham (UDB) 09 Oct 2019
over three years towards a project to help young people in Birmingham improve their mental health through talking and play therapies, and the creation of a peer mentoring scheme
STC Explore 03 Oct 2019
They will identify potential spaces in the locality, then engage in extensive community liaison and discussion both in workshop sessions and community events as well as door to door consultations. From there they will speak with landlords and other local
#iwill Community Spaces Project 21 Nov 2019
A national network of young ambassadors will advocate for young people’s voices to feed into the planning and use of green spaces