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- Earliest award date
- 23 Oct 2006
- Latest award date
- 09 Apr 2020
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Tros Gynnal is a charity working across Wales to promote and realise children and young people’s rights and enable them to have a voice. The grant will contribute to the salary of the CEO to support Tros Gynnal to broaden access to its services across Wales to reach more people. It will also support the CEO to develop her role as a spokesperson for the organisation and the advocacy sector.
National Theatre Wales TEAM 25 Sep 2017
In the next phase of National Theatre Wales’ engagement model – TEAM will use their expertise to engage communities in Wrexham and Pembrokeshire through a bespoke programme of empowerment, leadership, creative activism and peer learning.
This grant will support Hijinx Theatre to promote and broaden the reach of their online directory of learning disabled actors in the UK. This initiative aims to increase professional opportunities for performers, to inspire other learning disabled people to participate in the arts and to raise the profile of inclusivity on stage and on screen.
Together Stronger 11 Dec 2017
Together Stronger aims to give young people in the Rhonnda Cynon Taf area more opportunities to participate in and develop through high quality arts experiences, by consolidating and developing a partnership between the Wales Millennium Centre and charity Valleys Kids. Both organisations will share and learn from each other and facilitate a robust evaluation process, enabling them to extend the reach and impact.
Designing Virtual Youth Work: Young Voices Work 26 Feb 2018
ProMo-Cymru specialises in using digital technology to build positive change with young people their families and their communities. Through this grant, it will research, develop, and share a comprehensive model for digital youth work across its networks in Wales and throughout the UK.
This grant will provide additional support to Sherman Cymru as part of Paul Hamlyn Clubs.
ArtWorks Cymru - TAP Coaching Model for Artists 29 Aug 2018
ArtWorks Cymru aims to bring the Teaching Artist Pathways Model from the New Victory Theatre in New York, adapt it for the Welsh context and test a coaching offer for freelance participatory artists based around it.
Developing the Sherman 5 programme 17 Dec 2018
Through this grant, Sherman Theatre aims to increase the social impact of the Sherman 5 audience development programme, created with support from a Paul Hamlyn Club Award. Over the next four years, the theatre will develop an enhanced community volunteer programme, supported by greater partnership working and use of Time Credits.
Community Music Wales are Wales’s leading music charity whose mission is to empower disadvantaged groups and individuals through participation in music-making. This grant will support Community Music Wales to deliver a four year professional development and training programme for community music practitioners with the aim to enhance both the quality of practice and the amount of activity being offered to participants across Wales.
the continuation of the ArtWorks Cymru partnership between March 2017 and September 2017. 03 Mar 2017
Funding will support ArtWorks Cymru partnership to develop the next phase activity including the time of the partnership manager, the Welsh contribution to the Artworks Alliance Convention, and business planning for the next phase of ArtWorks Cymru.
Furthering and Sustaining our Voice 08 May 2017
Voices From Care is a charity which represents the views, rights and experiences of young people who are or have been looked after in Wales. This grant contributes to the salary of the CEO, who will focus on organisational strategy and programme development. It also supports Voices from Care to strengthen core processes, develop its youth-led training and to continue its drive for policy and practice to be better informed by young people and their experience.
Supporting Youth Work in Wales 08 May 2017
Council for Wales of Voluntary Youth Services (CWVYS) is the independent representative body for the voluntary youth work sector in Wales. This grant will contribute to the salaries of the CEO and Regional Coordinators to enable CWVYS to maintain its support and advocacy role for the Welsh voluntary youth sector. CWVYS also aims to grow its membership and to work towards financial sustainability.
Somali Asylum Seeking & Refugee Adolescent Help 27 Mar 2007
The SARAH project aims to facilitate better integration for young refugees and asylum seekers arriving in Wales from Somalia, as well as far mores established young Somalis.
To develop and implement a programme of singing projects to deepen WNO's relationships with communities in the Valleys and the Bay area.
Community Engagement Programme 18 Sep 2007
A 3 year initiative which will develop engagement and involvement in the arts, prioritising marginalised communities within Cardiff and the South East Wales region.
Education Development in Foster Care 27 Jan 2009
An Education Development Worker to work with foster carers, schools and children in addressing the causes of educational underachievement, absenteeism and exclusion.
Development of a comprehensive model of community-led support, tackling cultural attitudes that impact on schooling to help pupils in one of Wales' poorest communities build their capacity to thrive in learning and their families' ability to support them.