- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 20 Apr 2006
- Latest award date
- 24 Jun 2020
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
A grant to South London Refugee Association 23 Apr 2020
An unrestricted grant of £15,000. South London Refugee Association provides support and advice to refugees, asylum seekers and vulnerable migrants in South London to relieve poverty and distress
A grant to Music In Detention 23 Apr 2020
An unrestricted grant of £15,000. Music to Detention brings skilled artists together with immigration detainees to create and produce music through weekly workshops. The musicians also work with communities local to the centres to collaboratively create music between the detainees and residents.
A grant to West End Refugee Service 23 Apr 2020
An unrestricted grant of £15,000. West End Refugee Service provides wrap-around support to empower asylum seekers and refugees to live safe, healthy and fulfilling lives
An unrestricted grant of £10,000. Glasgow Night Shelter provides emergency accommodation and support for male asylum seekers in Glasgow who have been forced into destitution due to their immigration status
A grant to Law Centres Network 23 Apr 2020
A restricted grant of £30,000 towards the Law Centre in a Box project. This project will develop a package of resources and training to support and strengthen Law Centres across the country.
A grant to Public Law Project 23 Apr 2020
A restricted grant of £30,000 towards a Research and Policy Fellow (This grant is renewable - year 1 of up to 2 years, subject to annual trustee approval). The Research and Policy Fellow post will support PLP's work to promote and uphold the rule of law and ensure fair systems, including responding to and influencing proposals for constitutional reform.
A grant to The Unity Project (TUP) 23 Apr 2020
An unrestricted grant of £25,000 (This grant is renewable - year 1 of up to 3 years, subject to annual trustee approval). The Unity Project specialises in advice for destitute migrants with limited leave to remain and no recourse to public funds. It provides support to access essential services, including providing direct advice and casework and strategic litigation.
A grant to The Civil Liberties Trust 14 Jan 2020
An unrestricted grant of £50,000 (This grant is renewable - year 1 of up to 5 years, subject to annual trustee approval). Liberty aims to advance human rights through public campaigning, litigation, parliamentary advocacy, coalition building, media work and free legal advice.
A grant to Public Law Project 14 Jan 2020
A restricted grant of £30,000 towards the implementation of PLP's strategic priorities (This grant is renewable - year 2 of up to 5 years, subject to annual trustee approval). PLP work to promote and uphold the rule of law and ensure fair systems, holding the executive to account and enabling civil society to challenge unlawfulness.
A grant to Clinks 14 Jan 2020
An unrestricted grant of £50,000 (This grant is renewable - year 1 of up to 5 years, subject to annual trustee approval). Clinks is the infrastructure organisation for the voluntary sector in the criminal justice system.
An unrestricted grant of £50,000 (This grant is renewable - year 1 of up to 5 years, subject to annual trustee approval). JCWI delivers legal work, campaigning, research, and advocacy within the UK migration and asylum system.
A grant to Southwark Law Centre 14 Jan 2020
An unrestricted grant of £30,000 (This grant is renewable - year 2 of up to 3 years, subject to annual trustee approval). Southwark Law Centre provides free high quality specialist immigration advice, and training to protect the Human Rights of disadvantaged migrants, refugees and asylum seekers.
A grant to The RAMP Project 14 Jan 2020
A grant of £30,000 restricted to charitable activities. RAMP has a cross-party approach to help those with the power to make decisions around Refugee, Asylum and Migration Policy to find practical and innovative solutions.
A grant to Friends of Ibba Girls' School 09 Jan 2020
An unrestricted grant of £20,000. Promoting the rights to, through and within education for girls in South Sudan.
A grant to Hibiscus Initiatives 09 Jan 2020
An unrestricted grant of £15,000. Hibiscus Initiatives provides support services to vulnerable foreign national and BMER women in prison, detention and in the community.
A restricted grant of £20,000 towards the delivery of charitable objects and associated core costs. ATLEU seeks to use and reform the law to secure safety and justice for survivors of human trafficking and slavery. It delivers legal support, second tier support, strategic litigation and campaigning through offices in London and Sheffield.
A grant to Govan Law Centre 09 Jan 2020
An unrestricted grant of £15,000. Govan Law Centre delivers legal casework, court and tribunal representation in housing, employment, debt, welfare rights and legal work, as well as strategic litigation and campaign work.
A grant to Bristol Law Centre 09 Jan 2020
An unrestricted grant of £20,000. Bristol Law Centre delivers specialist legal advice and representation across housing, employment, community care, discrimination, welfare benefits, immigration and mental health.
A grant to Campaign Bootcamp 09 Jan 2020
A grant of £10,000Of this, £8,940 is restricted towards the costs of two scholarships for campaigners in criminal justice, and the remaining sum of £1,060 is unrestricted. Campaign Bootcamp delivers an intensive training programme for campaigners. This project is towards scholorships for campaigners working in criminal justice.
A grant to Tomorrow's Women Wirral 09 Jan 2020
An unrestricted grant of £10,000. Tomorrow's Women Wirral is a holistic women's centre which aims to reduce female imprisonment and re-offending, and promote social inclusion more widely through a drop in centre, social and wellbeing activities and courses.