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- Earliest award date
- 16 Jun 1998
- Latest award date
- 05 Aug 2019
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Relaxed Workshops and Performances 17 Oct 2016
The project is seeking to explore and test the impact of a ‘relaxed’ approach to delivering music workshops and concerts for people with autism and learning disabilities and their families. It will deliver a series of Ulster Orchestra inspirational workshops and concerts which are specifically designed to maximise access and participation by people with autism and learning disabilities.
Ignition - Salesforce Assemble! 20 Oct 2016
Nick O’Shea set up Ignition Brewery in 2016 aiming to improve employment opportunities and quality of life for people with learning disabilities. Ignition will develop and trial ‘Salesforce Assemble!’, a training programme for their members with learning disabilities to provide them with the skills and confidence to become effective sales people for the brewery. In doing so, they hope to demonstrate that a sustainable organisation can be created by identifying, utilising and rewarding the talents of their team and to contribute to reducing the 93% unemployment rate among people with learning disabilities.
Speak Street Language Cafe 20 Oct 2016
Joanna Bevan founded Speak Street pop up language cafe as a positive, community response to migration. Speak Street offers a fun and social way of language learning by bringing migrants together with their English speaking neighbours. Speak Street improves community cohesion at the same time as improving people's skills and confidence. With this grant, Joanna wants to establish a permanent community hub for Speak Street.
To improve organisational systems and processes, and increase fundraising and influencing capacity. 07 Nov 2016
Switch Up works in Nottingham with young people who are at risk of or already involved with gang and criminal activity. It uses a combination of sports, peer mentoring and coaching to help transform lives through a move away from offending behaviour. Funding supports the Operations and Development Manager to improve organisational systems and processes, in particular more effective management systems, monitoring and evaluation, and communications, and increase fundraising capacity. This will make it better able to articulate impact and enhance its influencing and fundraising.
This Bristol-based charity uses non-contact boxing and intensive individual support to inspire vulnerable young people to make positive changes in their lives and improve their mental health. It will grow its impact by replicating its approach (starting in Wales); raising awareness and spreading learning, especially around the power of sports and coaching to address mental health needs; and diversifying income streams for greater sustainability.
To support a step-change in the nature and scale of Manchester International Festival's (MIF) local engagement, under the leadership of Artistic Director John McGrath. MI:Festival is a new a year round programme that builds upon elements of MIF and John's existing practice to broaden local participation and audiences. Central to this is a city-wide network of MI:Festival community advocates engaged in festival development and delivery alongside a programme of exciting neighbourhood and public realm participatory commissions.
A grant will support a core team to progress a collective impact initiative for organisations working with young people. The aim is to bring a group of organisations together to explore how they may pursue transformative change for young people.
A Theatre Trip for Every Child 28 Nov 2016
ARC, in partnership with The Albany (Deptford), will explore whether a free ticket scheme for primary aged schoolchildren, which removes the cost barriers for schools and parents, can provide every child with the same early access to the arts, regardless of background. As part of this they will test a new model of fundraising, using philanthropic giving, across both venues as a potentially sustainable means to support an ongoing free ticket scheme.
Educating All 27 Jan 2017
Martha and Terry are two young graduates from Manchester who are Reclaim Young Leaders and alumni. Educating All stemmed from their experiences of a shared sense of alienation at University coupled with a lack of support. It is a youth led research study that aims to explore the institutional and personal barriers faced by working class students at the top universities in the UK. Research has been conducted and was published in November 2016 and stimulated a great deal of interest. Universities have asked the team to flesh-out the research recommendations to improve recruitment and retention of working class students. Educating All will also widen the dissemination of their report and develop a 'toolkit' for access officers at universities to use when working class students join their institutions.
Reach Out and Reveal 30 Jan 2017
Akademi wants to deliver a programme in two schools for children with Autistic Spectrum Conditions (ASC), exploring how dance can be more successfully delivered for ASC pupils and how the movement vocabulary of South Asian Dance, such as hand gesture and facial expression, might particularly support pupils’ communication and physical needs.
'Making Tracks' - North West 30 Jan 2017
The project will pilot ‘Making Tracks’ in Manchester alongside a programme of practitioner training for the musical workforce in partnership with Theatre in Prisons and Probation. Four projects will engage 10 – 15 young people who are NEET or marginalised in a creative programme structured over 4 -6 weeks.
Co-design for Mental Health 02 Feb 2017
Erika Renedo Illaregi set up Bidean Co-design as a CIC in early 2017. Her idea is to develop and deliver design workshops, during which mental health service users co-design products that help with their symptoms (for example, jewellery that is designed to prevent panic attacks and tablecloths that facilitate conversation during meals for those with communication difficulties). With PHF funding, she will test and evaluate the workshops and develop partnerships with mental health organisations with whom she could collaborate in future to replicate and scale-up the idea. During the course of her idea development period, Erika aims to exhibit the designs to the public as a way of tackling stigma associated with mental health and empowering her participants.
Elly Hargreave has been inspired by successful pilots of intergenerational care in a variety of countries. These examples house nursery childcare within care homes for elders. There have been many benefits found to providing daily interaction for elders and nursery aged children. Her initiative is called 'Intergenerational Care UK' @CareAcrosAges on twitter. She is investigating the feasibility of introducing a similar scheme in the UK, hoping to develop a plan to engage interested partners, devising a sustainable business model and securing future investment. The project will benefit from both Elly’s personal life experiences of care for elders and young children along with her work in PR and Communications and having previously set up and led a national charity, now in it's 23rd year.
Learning Banks 02 Feb 2017
This idea springs from Christopher Hartworth’s personal experience of living with a chronic neurological condition, supported by his professional background in research and development. Christopher wants to create a shared resource where people living with a chronic condition can find solutions to everyday problems: an online, peer-to-peer resource where people can 'withdraw' the solutions of others and 'deposit' their own in an accessible, centralised and easy to use format. Hullabaloo Research CIC, a proactive social research group, was co-founded by Christopher to pursue ventures of this type. With PHF funding Hullabaloo will work with a team of service users create a prototype using one specific condition, multiple sclerosis, and explore the conditions necessary to create and launch a full operational Learning Bank.
Beatfreeks would like to grow the quality and reach of its programmes to support an additional 70 young leaders over the next two years. It will employ an Operations Manager, who will lead on programme development, review evaluation and impact measurement processes, and investigate a social licensing model.
The Warren is a well-established youth charity, based in Hull. It offers a variety of services including an open access youth space and snack bar, counselling, music service with associated record label, active LGBTQ and young women’s groups and sexual health advice. This grant will contribute to new part-time Development Manager salary and to building operation costs. It will enable The Warren to establish and grow its social enterprise. This would generate trading income strengthening the organisations sustainability and ensuring it can continue to support young people in Hull.
Contribution to organisational development 27 Feb 2017
With a vision of a society in which working class young people are positively seen, authentically heard and can lead meaningful social change, RECLAIM supports non-traditional and disruptive leaders from pressurized communities. The methodology of the programme ensures young people develop confidence and are self-reflective and critical thinkers. Funding will support strategic planning and operational development to support growth ambitions.
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.