- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 20 Apr 2006
- Latest award date
- 18 Oct 2018
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Grant to The Elfrida Society 26 Apr 2013
The Elfrida Society in Islington supports people with learning disabilities with a range of services to help them manage as much of their lives as they want and feel able to do. This funding is supporting the salary of the assistant director.
Grant to IMECE Turkish Speaking Womens' Group 29 Apr 2014
IMECE provides information, advice and family support services to women from Turkish speaking communities, with a particular focus on addressing domestic violence. It is seeking funding towards the salary of its director
Grant to ECPAT UK 30 May 2012
providing a service for a group of trafficked girls/young women - food and travel for young people, trainers, materials, volunteers' travel, refreshments and activity costs and entrance fees
PACE provides counselling and advocacy services for the LGBT community and is also involved in research and wider support services. It is seeking funding towards the CE salary
Grant to Islington Chinese Association 24 Nov 2011
the costs of the Information and Advice Service project for older Chinese people including the salary and NI costs of the Information and Advice Manager, telephone, publicity and travel costs
Grant to Nafsiyat 22 Sep 2016
Nafsiyat provides intercultural therapy to support BAME people experiencing mental health issues with many clients from migrant and refugee backgrounds. It is seeking funding to develop a combination funded therapy/private practice business model
Grant to Sheila McKechnie Foundation 16 Oct 2018
To fund their Social Change Project in its second year with key objectives around convening, advocating and capacity-building
Grant to Claremont Project (Islington) 25 Oct 2013
This Islington centre provides counselling, therapies, social, learning and leisure activities for older people. This funding for a worker to support clients with higher needs to engage in its activities and improve their wellbeing and reduce isolation
Grant to Detention Action 23 Jun 2010
extending support to more detainees at Harmondsworth detention centre - staff costs, rent, line management, training, travel, telephone and print costs
Grant to Asylum Aid 10 Jun 2015
Asylum Aid is a legal advice and campaigning organisation supporting and representing asylum seekers with complex cases. It is seeking funding towards the salary of its solicitor specialising in trafficking cases
Contribution towards salaries/overheads 26 Jun 2007
Towards the core costs of the organisation, to provide some stability whilst they expand their work with socially excluded, marginalised young people, through drama projects. Contribution towards salaries/overheads (on a reducing basis) over three years.
CandoCo will have sustained involvement with five regions over three years, exponentially increasing the number of disabled and non-disabled young people engaging with the arts
Secondary Talk 24 Jun 2008
An ambitious programme which aims to transform secondary schools into places where the speech, language and communication skills of all young people are actively supported by staff with the knowledge, skills and confidence to do so effectively. The programme aims to impact positively on young people's achievement, inclusion, behaviour and employability. Our grant would fund the development phase of this initiative, prior to a pilot delivery phase and then national roll out.
This proposal is to help build the capacity of NCB Northern Ireland to more effectively involve children and young people in its own work and therefore to also help strengthen the voice of children and young people in Northern Ireland. At the core of the project is the recruitment of a specialist 'Participation Officer', for 18 months, with a programme of work divided into three related strands that include giving visibility to refugee, asylum-seeking and migrant children, increasing the influence young residents have in how Children's Homes are run and embedding the involvement of young people in NI in the work of NCB NI.
Inter Act (previously Mind the Gap) 25 Feb 2009
Mind the Gap' is being funded for three years to help groups across the UK working with young refuges and asylum seekers to find ways of collaborating with other local youth groups, to develop social action campaigns. Working together, young people from different backgrounds will identify local problems they wish to address, and using arts and media will be helped to find ways to bring about change in their local community.
Capacity building to support the repositioning and development of Shobana Jeyasingh Dance Company.